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  • ID: I971
  • Name: Alexander H. Jr. McKinnon
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 5 DEC 1853
  • Death: 24 JUL 1893
  • Burial: Old Montezuma Cem, Chester Co, Tn
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    • Occupation: jeweler
    • Note:
      Never married. Died at the home of his mother in Montezuma, Tn.

      Headstone Inscription reads:
      Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord
      Yea saith the Spirit they rest from their labors
      And their works do follow them.
    • Note:
      From the Henderson, Tn Newspaper:
      July 1893.

      Mr. A.H. McKinnon, Jr.

      After a lingering illness, on Monday morning last,
      Mr. A.H. McKinnon proudly breathed his last at his home in
      Henderson. He had been in failing health for several years,
      but until the past few weeks, had not been confined to his room.
      During all his sufferings, he bore up nobly and was seldom
      heard to complain about his lot.
      He was a member of the M.E. Church, a constant
      Christian and an honest, conscientious gentleman who was
      honored and re-spected by all who knew him. He was about
      forty years of age, and was never married, but lived with his
      widowed mother. His remains were lain to rest Tuesday in
      Montezuma cemetery in the presence of a large concourse
      of friends. To the breved mother and sisters, we tender our
      most heartfelt sympathy.

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      History of McNairy Co, from McNAIRY COUNTY, TN - MISCELLANEOUS -
      1876-1877 Business Directory
      (Taken from Roots Web Search of TN archives.)

      Montezuma

      A village of 150 people. Settled in 1820, in the north-western part of
      McNairy County, 18 miles from Purdy, the county seat. There are three
      stores, hotel, steam grist mill, various artisans, shops, a Methodist
      church and mixed school. Cotton, wheat, corn and dry hides are exported.
      Mail, semiweekly. J. B. McKinnon, postmaster.

      Business directory: A. H. Bevel, carpenter, G. W. Bulliner, general store;
      Miss. Sallie Bias, dressmaker; J. M. Cunningham, teacher; A. H. McKinnon,
      jeweler; J. B. McKinnon, cabinetmaker; Mrs. Pollie McKinnon, hotel;
      Muse & Co., druggist; Jesse Overton, carpenter; D. J. Ozment,
      blacksmith; J. W. Perkins, physician; J. P. Randolph, grist mill;
      J. L Rodgers & Son, saddlers; W. F. Rowsey, general store; W. B.
      Skinner, blacksmith; Clayton Skinner & Co., general store; Robert
      Spindle, saloon; W. T. Weaver, shoemaker.


      Father: Alexander (Alec) H. McKinnon b: 2 MAR 1817 in N.C.
      Mother: Mary Ann "Polly" Muse b: 18 OCT 1821 in Moore Co, NC