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Dr. Crowder House, 1942, Greenbrier CCC Camp area
property now inside park; photo in park archives under buildings no longer standing (NPS)
Friendship Baptist Church
Ministers, l to r: Russell Bohanan, Calvin Whaley, Walter Ownby, John Ownby, Evans Hurst, Robert King, Beecher Ownby
Friendship Baptist Church group in Greenbrier taken in the public road by the old store house about 1913 or 1914
Friendship Baptist Church circa 1924 in Big Greenbrier
Greenbrier cabin, left fork, motor road, 1935
property now inside park; photo in park archives under buildings no longer standing (NPS)
Greenbrier Church - this church was brought from Greenbrier to Bird's Creek; it still stands in 2009
Greenbrier Friendship Bapt. Church 2
8/28/1924; see text doc. for i.d.
Greenbrier Landscape - left hand fork of Greenbrier, country store, school house, Uncle William Whaley & Aunt Polly once lived in the little house across the river wrote Velma Ownby Lamons
Greenbrier Old Harp Singers circa 1913
Greenbrier School 1912
Greenbrier School Fall of 1920; Huskey - teacher
Greenbrier School circa 1921; from 1891 to 1935, according to Velma Ownby Lamons, there were about 42 different teachers, she quotes info from school supt. office; see txt i.d.
Indian Creek Log Cabin Site
Park service stated that Greenbrier log structures were the best representative of Southern Appalachians cabins because most cabins were only four or five logs high (the logs were that large) - according to Glenn Cardwell
Injun (or Indian) Creek cabin in Greenbrier
photo taken 1936
J.D. Johnson Home - Greenbrier
stood at junction of Ramsey Cascade road and Porter Flats; was once used for a ranger home; removed and built near Cobbly Nob rental agency; now removed - according to Glenn Cardwell; photo taken 1938
Ken Fire Cabin # 1
photo taken in 1936; Lindsey Creek
Ken Fire Cabin; Lindsey Creek # 2
Photo taken 1936
Laurel School 1907
Allen Mayes's Parent's family
Same photo in other file was labeled Ownby's
Greenbrier - Allen Mayes parent's family; Allen married Mary Proffitt's daughter, Dora; Allen lived exactly where covered picnic area is; Proffitts lived near Mayes; Allen operated Mayes Used Furniture store in Sev., according to Glenn Cardwell
Editor's Note: Above is contradictory. I suspect this is David and Mary Jane (Ownby) Proffitt and family.
Albert McCarter Store & Dwelling 1942 # 1
Near Webb's Creek Community - acc. to Tim Fisher; property now inside Park; in park archives: Pictures of buildings no longer standing (NPS)
Missionary Baptist Church in Big Greenbrier & general merchandise store
Beecher Ownby and William "Will" Mayes on bridge in Big Greenbrier on right hand fork of the river
Martha Ownby's sunday School Class in Big Greenbrier about 1913
Alfred Parton 1940 home near Webbs Creek Community and Soak Ash according to Tim Fisher; at Lindsey Creek; now inside Smokies
Dan Parton Cabin, 1936, Big Copeland property now inside park; photo in park archives under buildings no longer standing (NPS); built by Bill Whaley 1905 - 1910
Mike Parton barn - Big Copeland Creek son of Margaret Parton; brother to Phillip, John, &... family of 9; photo taken 1940
Mike Parton Barn 2- Big Copeland Creek son of Margaret Parton; brother to Phillip, John, &... family of 9; photo taken 1940
Mike Parton Home # 1- Big Copeland Creek son of Margaret Parton; brother to Phillip, John, &... family of 9; photo taken 1940
Mike Parton Home # 2 - Big Copeland Creek son of Margaret Parton; brother to Phillip, John, &... family of 9; photo taken 1940
Cindy Plemmons House, Middle Copeland, 1940 property now inside park; photo in park archives under buildings no longer standing (NPS)
Bob Price - Hills Creek Barn - 1940 in park archives under buildings no longer left standing (NPS)
Bob Price House - 1940, Hills Creek Road property now inside national park; in park archives under buildings no longer standing (NPS)
Dave Proffitt Home about 1903
Cropped from left side of picture are Mary Jane (Ownby) Mayes Proffitt in door holding Otis Lavator Proffitt and in left foreground Julius Jackson Proffitt.
Amanda Riding House, Jan. 1940
According to Tim Fisher - in neighborhood of Copeland Creek area; in park archives under buildings no longer standing (NPS); property now inside Smokies
George Smith House, Greenbrier; property now inside park; photo in park archives under buildings no longer standing (NPS)
Whaley Clan of Greenbrier
Andy and Dan Whaley
Aunt Lydia Whaley
Berea College Appalachian Museum Collection
on photo: Great Uncle Harve Whaley
Greenbrier School group circa 1923
1923 or 1924; Evolena Ownby is front on left; also in photo: Stella Whaley, Grace ownby, Lona Whaley, Myrtle Ownby, Otis Proffitt
Basketball team - Pittman Center in front of Flynn house
Thomas Whaley (sic),
Freeman *Oliver Maples,
D. H. Price,
Ernest Thurman (sic),
Lucy, Polly, and America Gibson
Mildred Parton married to James Leonard Parton
James Leonard Parton while serving in WWII
James Leonard Parton WWII
Lucy and Phillip Parton
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The new sign was painted earlier this week for the new Giles Auto Parts store located off East Broadway. The business is open Monday through Saturday.
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An angel is perched on the top of the Christmas tree inside the Don and Lucille Rector home off Old Sevierville Highway.
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Cocke County’s Lexi Clevenger (center) celebrates with her parents, Eric (left) and Monica (right) after qualifying for the State High School Golf Tournament Monday in Morristown.
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Kara Morgan was crowned Queen during homecoming festivities Friday night at the Cocke County-Morristown East basketball games.
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Rusty Bassinger is glad to have his pets well, warm and at home after they went missing days ago. They are Maggie Mae, a pub, and Annie, the big-eyed Schnauzer at right.
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Cocke County native Benny Proffitt, founder of First Priority Inc., a nationwide Christian organization dedicated to teenagers, was named the third recipient of the Cocke County Education Foundation's "Celebrating Our Success" award at the group's annual
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Mitchell Webb, owner of Wilton Springs Hardware, stands with machinery available for rental at the store. The business will celebrate its 35th anniversary this weekend.
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Dr. Cliff W. Shults was honored posthumously by the Cocke County Education Foundation on Saturday during a service in his memory at First Baptist Church. Shults died in February of cancer. He was named the Foundation's fourth recipient of its "Celebrating
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Terry and Beth Fancher were among the thousands of people who enjoyed Newport's Harvest Street Festival's opening day on Saturday.
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Vickie Mason and Duay O’Neil proudly display ’Cocke County, Tennessee - Pages from the Past,’ a newly-published book about Cocke County’s history. The book contains chapters discussing local history based on columns penned by Cocke County Historia
|184|| Photo submitted Members of the family of the late Jesse Denton are shown with three recipients of the Jesse Denton Memorial Scholarship|
From left are Hilda Denton Lovell, sister; scholarship winners Kelly Gray, Janet Valentine, and Darlene Jefferson; Gordan Denton, brother; Emma Denton Alley, sister; and Lonnie Butler, board chair of the Denton Scholarship Committee.
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Several people attended a dedication service to celebrate the renovations of Stokely's Chapel at Carson Springs Baptist Conference Center on Sunday afternoon. The chapel was constructed in 1952.
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Cocke County's Fairest of the Fair was crowned Monday evening. Chelsea Dennis, 2006 Fairest of the Fair, at left, crowns Shawna Kate Ball, 2007 Fairest of the Fair, at the pageant's conclusion.
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On Cosby was held this past weekend at On Cosby Visitors Center. Prestigious Pageant Productions presented the "On Cosby" beauty pageants. Wendy Hannah was crowned Miss On Cosby for the division for girls ages 16 and older.
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Kiwanian Paul James turns 90 on Friday, February 1. He is now the most senior member of the Newport Kiwanis Club and has been actively involved in its community work for several decades. Paul James, of Newport, is married to mma Dean James and they have t
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Virta Henderson, shown in front, is with her sons, from left, Walter and Dewey Henderson, and granddaughter, Karen Christley. Virta is the widow of Otto Henderson.
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From left are Dr. Michael Hood, Marcie Wilds-McMahan, Cocke County Mayor Iliff McMahan Jr., Red Cross Chapter Director Don Ellison, HEROES Campaign Chairman Clyde Dunn, and Charlotte Leibrock. Other members of the HEROES campaign board are Sylvia Snader,
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Well-known Newport resident Sarah Brabson is shown with two of her great-great-nieces,
Lala Rawls, 2, in front, and Nava Rawls, 4, at a celebration last January in honor of Brabson's 100th birthday. Mrs. Brabson died Thursday morning at a local hospital.
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Carolyn Clevenger received plenty of hugs this week when her three sons arrived home on Christmas furlough. From left are Spec. E4 Jessy Burgess, Spec. E4 Brad Burgess, Clevenger, and Sgt. E5 Jonas Clevenger. The brothers will all deploy to Iraq in 2010.
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Country music star Hank "Bocephus" Williams, Jr. joined approximately 200 family and friends of the late Marvin "Popcorn" Sutton on Saturday for a memorial service for the legendary moonshiner in the chapel at Resthaven Memorial Gardens.
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Bonnie and Connie, a matched pair of black Percheons, pulled a century-old hearse bearing the body of Marvin "Popcorn" Sutton through Parrottsville late Saturday afternoon for reburial near the Sutton home.
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The Gorrell family enjoyed an evening at Santa Land at the Newport City Hall Friday. Left to right is Travis, Wendy, Kolby, Santa Claus, Kylie, and Mrs. Claus.
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Taylor Denton, daughter of Terryl Denton and Jennifer Stokely, is the Newport Plain Talk's calendar girl for August. Taylor is a 2010 graduate of Cosby High School.
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Vaughn Moore was the first of several Cocke County officials sworn into office on Tuesday by Circuit Court Judge Ben W. Hooper II. Moore assumed his duties as Cocke County Mayor on Wednesday, Sept. 1, succeeding outgoing Mayor Iliff McMahan, Jr.
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Erika Wild, a 2010 Cocke County High School graduate, is the Newport Plain Talk Calendar Girl for September. Erika is the daughter of Craig and Teresa Wild of Parrottsville.