Mason Hall, Tennessee
Updated: 2013-06-11 11:11:05 UTC (Tue)
Contact: Dennis in UC
Home Page: Mason Hall TN
Mason Hall, on the Obion-Gibson County line in NW TN, 25 miles south of the Mississippi River crossing at Hickman KY, was a wagon stop on the major 1800s migration route west. The community grew from an earlier settlement known as Tysonville in Gibson Co. This file records those first settlers. It is also the Original and Largest file of the descendants my g-g-g-grandfather, Thomas Jenkins b 1774, including my grandfather of Mason Hall. Others in our family and the local area are recorded. See notes below
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This file and my web page record the migration of my Jenkins family
beginning with William b 1675, from Old Rappanhannock Co VA to Mason Hall TN
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