Mason Hall, Tennessee

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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 early major 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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Cutoff year 1930 Removing: UID Processing GEDCOM file Individuals: 14111 Families: 4619 Attempting to approx dates for 3078 individuals Unable to approx birth dates for 38 individuals Manual Adjustments: 0 individuals removed, 0 marked as living Cleaning living Cleaning Marriages Remove notes from Living Remove sources from Living Converting to year only for None Message for living: For privacy reasons the names and dates of living individuals born after 1930 are not displayed here. Contact me at the address above for this information. Outputting 4585 Families Total Individuals: 14111 Alive: 1939 Removed: 0
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