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Street, Frank T.

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Street, Frank T.
February 26, 2007 05:10PM
History of Trigg County, Historical and Biographical, ed. W.H. Perrin,
F.A. Battey Pub. Co., Chicago, 1884. p. 201. [Cadiz Precinct]

FRANK T. STREET was born in Trigg County, November 3, 1853. He is a son
of John L. Street, the oldest merchant of Trigg County, and a resident
of Cadiz. The subject of this sketch, at the age of sixteen entered his
father's store as a clerk; about six years later he was admitted as a
partner; he continued a member of this firm about two and a half years.
September 1, 1883, he bought a half interest in the Glenwood Mill and has
since been engaged in this business. This mill is situated on Little
River, and is the oldest mill site in the county. It was rebuilt in 1871,
and is valued at about $10,000; it has a capacity of about fifty barrels in
twenty-four hours. Mr. Street was married February 21, 1881, to Miss
Gertrude Hart, who was born in Stewart County, Tenn., and raised in Memphis
by her uncle, Capt. James Lee, one of the most successful men of Memphis.
This union has been blessed with one child--James Lee. Mr. Street is a
member of the Christian Church, and of the order of Chosen Friends.

Street Hart Lee

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