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Subject: Re: [ARIZARD-L] Futt/Tutt - Everett "War" - Eleanor
Date: Sun, 20 May 2001 07:32:30 -0500
Yes, it is a typo probably caused by not being familiar with the Judges "F" and T" as written. All other places say Tutt. I also noticed on one version that they referred to us at the EVERTS and not EVERETTS. They are a different surname familiy just like Chris Evertt the tennis player.
Now, I just need to find A document that shows the father-son relationship between John Everett and his father, Jeremiah. Two of the Everett brothers--John Saunders and William Haney Everett--seemed to stay in the background in this War. You very seldom see their names mentioned except as one of the brothers from KY. Are there any records in Little Rock which might help me out besides the tax records? Like Land Grants or petitions?
I was also interested in the preacher being from Bowling Green, KY which is very close to where the Everetts came from in Glasgow which is in Barren Co. Now, that I know about this it would seem like Jeremiah would join the church again especially this late in life. Is there perhaps some records or a cemetery connected with the church?
Rosemary Kenney wrote:
> Those of us who have a computerized copy of Judge J. J. Sams' journal
> (thanks to Kathryn Langston, bless her!), know about the "war" you're
> referring to (he devotes about 4 pages to it, I believe) and Jean generously
> shared it with the List.
> But Judge Sams calls the other family "Futt". Is he wrong or do you suppose
> it was the original typist's mistake? It was transcribed from his
> hand-written (in pencil) journal.
> Rosemary Gillihan Kenney
> Mountain Home, AR
> -----Original Message-----
> From: GEN-PICS [mailto:]
> Sent: Saturday, May 19, 2001 3:19 PM
> Subject: [ARIZARD-L] Everett Family
> I am looking for any records or indications that this Everett family was in
> Izard Co. I have the tax lists from Little Rock which indicate that
> JEREMIAH Everett lived in Izard Co. in 1833. I really think he might have
> died there shortly afterwards as he is never seen on paper again.
> If your ancestors were living in Izard Co. in 1833, they would have known my
> Everetts. The six sons of Jeremiah--John, Sims, Bart, Haney, Jesse,
> Ewell(Thomas)--blazed a trail thru every courthouse from E TN to AR. Things
> came to a head in the late 1840's over in Marion Co. where they finally
> settled. Have you heard of the Tutt-Everett War of Marion Co. AR. Well,
> this is the family I'm looking for.
> Any suggestions would be appreciated.
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