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Stewart, Thomas M.

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Stewart, Thomas M.
March 11, 2007 08:55PM
Kentucky: A History of the State, Battle, Perrin, Kniffin 1st ed., 1885
Reprinted 1972 by Kentucky Reprint Co., Murray, KY.
Graves Co.

THOMAS M. STEWART is a native of Weakley County, Tennessee, and was born
January 15, 1845; was reared in Henry County, the same State, and
removed to Graves County, Kentucky, in 1870, where he has since continued
to reside. He is the son of Green F. Stewart, a native of North Carolina,
who died in 1857, at the age of thirty-nine years. Subject's mother was
Sarah A., daughter of Thomas Milam, of Weakley County, Tennessee. To
her husband and herself were born Samantha C. (married first to Mr.
Moore, and afterward to Mr. Brown), Margaret V. (Tharp), subject, Rebley
A., James E., Sallie F. (married first to Mr. Eaker, and then to Mr.
Alexander) and Green W. On August 16, 1876, subject was married to Miss
Delilah E., daughter of Tilman and Susan A. (Jones) Johnson, of Henry
County, Tennessee, and to them have been born Eunice M., Herbert W.,
Daisy A. and Thomas A. In 1861 Mr. Stewart enlisted in Company I,
Forty sixth Tennessee Infantry, and afterward in the Twelfth Kentucky
Cavalry, with which he served to the end of the war, during wich he lost
an arm at the battle of Harrisburg, Miss. His vocation at present is
that of a farmer, and he owns 126 acres of good land, in a high state of
cultivation. Having served four years as deputy, he was, in 1882,
elected to the office of assessor of Graves County, which position he
still retains. In religion he is a Methodist and in politics is
identified with the Democratic party.

Stewart Milam Moore Brown Tharp Eaker Alexander Jones Johnson
Weakley-TN Henry-TN NC MS

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