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  • ID: I10070
  • Name: Olivia FIELDS
  • Title: "Ollie"
  • Sex: F
  • Birth: 11 AUG 1864 in Fairfield,Bedford,TN,2 mi N of there
  • Christening: 7 SEP 1884 Fairfield,Bedford,TN,New Hope Baptist
  • Death: 20 NOV 1940 in Leeville,Wilson,TN,4mi NE of there?
  • Burial: ABT 1950 Lebanon,Wilson,TN,Co. Mem. Park
  • Reference Number: HC4R-BK
  • Note: !AFN: HC4R-BK;
  • Note:
    !BIRTH:
    MARR: (IGI microfiche gives marriage as 21 Mar 1883, a day earlier)
    DEATH:
    all the names and dates are from family bibles last known location
    Frazier Cochrane3d, Boca Raton FL, these actually from handwritten copies
    made (separately) by Jean Scribner and Virgina Tenley Oosterhuis about
    the differences between the copies are insignificant, and getting a look
    at original seemed to involve interpersonal conflicts so copies were
    used; Jean's copy has some recent dates probably dictated by Marguerite
    to her then; TN says it has no death certif for her;
    MARR NOTICE: appeared in some paper datelined Wartrace, 30 Mar 1883: ,at the
    residence of L P Fields by Rev H D Phillips,who was just back fr.China
    PROBABLY IT WAS A WARTRACE NEWSPAPER EDITION OF 30 Mar 1883:
    bridemaids Misses Hattie Lowe and Lulu Euless, groomsmen Jim Neal and
    Bob Lowe, after wedding a reception for over 200 guests there, bride
    and groom will make their home there w. bride's father L P Fields;
    BIRTHPLACE: Marguerite told Mary Lou or Jean Scribner that Marguerite and
    her mom and Lilborn had been born in the brick house 2 mi N of
    Fairfield, this house built by Martin ancestor 1808; it' s same one as
    in Nashville Banner Newspaper Magazine Section Sunday 27 Jun 1937 ,the
    article by Mrs. C.M. Dean. But first brick home built earlier about
    2 miles E of Wartrace on the Alderman farm, I can't be sure which home
    is in 1937 newspaper article because I don't have original clipping;
    DEATH: 18 mar 2003 letter from jackie tenley Roach b.ca 1930 to mary Louise
    Tenley Scribner born 1916: "We were in Lebanon Tenn., when great
    grandmother moseley [born olivia Fields 1864] was laid out in the
    front parlor of uncle Lilborn's house. I was about 8 yrs. and I found
    that very sobering";
    BURIAL: she was originally buried in Leeville cemetery 100 yards NW of her
    residence described below, 1950 or 1960 Pearl Swingley reburied her
    in Lebanon in Wilson Co Mem Park, it's in the SSW part of town, she's
    about 150 yards south of the big office building and 4th row W. of
    the main N-S Maple Street in between the two big cemetaries;
    Cemetary lies halfway from downtown to Interstate 40 but on Maple St;
    CONTEXT: Aunt Marguerite says of Fairfield home: "this is house where grand
    father was born and died and where she , mother and uncle Lilborn were
    born" grandfather is presumably L.P. Fields. Maybe Ollie Fields didn't
    go to Leeville until after her husband died in 1912, but I was guessing
    that they went in 1912 because Marguerite was baptized in Fairfield
    in 1908. Evidently Ollie and Marguerite (and maybe H.D. also)
    moved to Lebanon TN when Aunt marguerite was 9 (her memory ca. 1970)
    but moved back to Fairfield TN before the move to Leeville after
    Hillery died.
    moved to Leeville about 1912, my notes say (from Mary Lou Scribner).
    The Swingley estate is about 1/4 mile west of Leeville intersection
    described in detail in H D Moseley's notes file here;
    Anyway Ollie ran a store there, their residence was
    second house east of southeast corner of old main intersection with
    church on NE corner and cemetary on NW corner, now the Interstate inter-
    change is almost a mile SE of that old intersection, SEE HD Moseley
    record NOTES FOR MORE DETAILS; their store was probably south of their
    residence about 100 yards on what was a main highway Lebanon - Nashville;
    Virginia and Mary Lou Tenley spent summer of 1930 there with their
    gramma, and Ollie at that time was a very skinny but spry lady who would
    walk the 3 or 4 miles across fields from Leeville to Lilborn & Pearl's;
    1930: Aunt Virginia Tenley Oosterhuis Oct 1991 referred to an Uncle Hal
    possibly as late as 1930 and maybe in Bedford co TN. In 1930 they were
    with Aunt Marguerite(in Fairfield) & encountered a black lady on a buggy
    who looked Virginia and Mary Lou over and said: "I don't know the
    big one but that other one has Miss Mary Louise's eyes" {referring to
    their deceased mom}. Virginia continues: her eyes are brown, mine are
    blue. That recognition along with Uncle Hal's gift to Mary Lou of an
    opal ring sort of 'put my nose out of joint.' I was just a 'damn
    yankee.' ;




    Father: Lilborn P. FIELDS b: 24 JAN 1821 in probably,Rutherford,TN
    Mother: Mary Nancy THOMAS b: 9 FEB 1824 in probably,Bedford,TN

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