Joyce Hetrick has been tracing her family tree since she was 13 years old.  We are fortunate to be related to Joyce through many of our Holmes bloodlines including the Holmes, Turners, Simpsons and Johnsons.  The vast majority of the detailed information about our ancestors provided here is due to the great work and generousity of Joyce.  We owe her a great debt of gratitude for providing us with such wonderful and detail information about our ancestors.

The Descendants of Leatha Holmes

Joyce Hetrick Preface to her book

Joyce Hetrick Genealogical Introduction

Below are listed the many sources Joyce Hetrick used during her 30 years of research.

The major sources for oral history for the Tennessee Foundations

Research Contributors

Numerous people contributed research data for this volume. They include, but are not limited to, the following people, who are not listed in any particular order.

Tennessee Records

Sumner County Archives, Gallatin, Tennessee, were searched for Tax Records, County Court Minutes, Loose Papers [indexed] Estates, Probates, Guardian Records, Marriage Records, and Cemetery Indexes. Original Records were obtained in most cases for estates, marriages, and tax records. These records may be obtained by writing or calling the Sumner County Archives, Gallatin, Tennessee.

Primary Sources

Sumner County, Tennessee, Estate Records and Wills

  1. B. Corley, estate #740

Wilson County, Tennessee, Will and Estate Records for Austin Corley, William Corley, & E. B. Corley

Macon County, Tennessee, Will and Estate Records for Yancy Turner

Macon County, Tennessee Chancery Court Minutes, Volume D., August 1877-January 1886 pg 234-238, page 280, 342, 389-393 [Yancy Turner Estate.]

Sumner County Tax lists & other miscellaneous records

Lawsuits from Sumner County, Tennessee

Tennessee Archives, in Nashville, Tennessee, were utilized mostly for WPA and other copies and transcriptions of records not available anywhere else.


Arkansas Newspapers

Newspapers used were the Arkansas Gazette, the Morrilton Democrat, and the Morrilton Headlight. These are available at the Arkansas History Commission on Microfilm. Some editions are located also at the University of Central Arkansas in Conway, Arkansas, and the Faulkner County Library, Conway, Arkansas, on microfilm.

Federal Records

The Federal Records used are on Microfilm and consist, primarily, of Census records. Originals are at the National Archives in Washington, D.C. Copies may be found in various archives and libraries nationwide.

United States Censuses of the Conway Co., Arkansas, area 1910 & 1920.

United States Census Records for Granville County, North Carolina, 1790 & 1800. [The 1810 is lost..]

Sumner County, Tennessee, United States Census 1820, 1830, 1840, 1850, 1860, 1870, 1880, 1900 & 1910.

Macon County, Tennessee, United States Census 1850, 1860, 1870, 1880, & 1900.

Wilson County, Tennessee, United States Census 1840, 1850, 1860, 1870, 1880, & 1900.

Hanover County, Virginia, United States Census 1790, 1800, & 1810.

Caswell County, North Carolina, United States Census 1790, 1800, 1810, & 1820.

Rowan & Iredell Counties, North Carolina, United States Census 1790, 1800, 1810, & 1820.

Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, United States Census 1790, 1800, & 1810.

Union and Confederate Pension records were searched for Tennessee.

Revolutionary Pension files are available on microfilm at the Ft. Worth, Texas, Records Repository, branch of National Archives. The entire files for each surname related to us was read by the author and copies of each ancestor’s Revolutionary pension application were obtained.

National Archives and Records Services, General Services Administration, Washington, D. C. 20408

Revolutionary Pension files were obtained for:

Primary Records from Other States


William Wheeler, Will, Baltimore, MD

North Carolina

Henry Turner, Will, Caswell County, NC

Susannah Turner-Thomas Graves Yancey Bastardy Agreement, Caswell County, NC


Henry Wisheart, Will, Fairfax, VA

Aaron Simpson, Will, Fairfax, VA

Richard Simpson, Will, Fairfax, VA

Andrew Hunter, Will, Louisa Co., VA

Robert Tenham, Will, Louisa Co., VA

Othere Sources Used

Many other secondary sources were used in order to compile the history. These included index books compiled by various researchers, and used as aids in locating records pertaining to our ancestors. Since these records contain potential or actual errors, I tried not to use them as the sole source of information, if at all possible. [See Bibliography.]

Ownership Map of Sumner County, Tennessee, “From New and Actual Surveys.” Philadelphia.: D. G. Beers & Company, 27 South Sixth St., 1878 [copy from the Sumner County Archives.]

Letter dated May 12, 1971 from Beverly West Hathaway of All States Research Company, Box 25, West Jordon, Utah 84084, professional researcher, to Miss Mary Hart, 1171 Gilmer Drive, Salt Lake City, Utah, 84105, concerning the Hendricks-Dorris lines.

Family groups sheet of William Dorris, born 1 June 1766 in Maryland, wife Catherine Frost, from Mrs. Vernal J. Cunningham, 2730 Jackson Ave., Ogden, Utah, 84403.

Personal Letters to the Author from: Sue Gunter, Shirley Hern, Theda Womack. Lynda Chalk Welch, Erick Montgomery, ___XXXXXX___________etc.

E mail communications from Erick Montgomery to the author 1997 and 1998.

Audio tape from Erick Montgomery to the author, 1998.

Raney Collection, Volume 83, Franklin County [Virginia] Families.

Obituary of Reverend Richard Johnson, Nashville Christian Advocate, Issue No. 44, Friday, August 31, 1849, page 4, col. 3. [Xerox copy from Erick Montgomery.]

Gallatin Examiner Newspaper, dated 22 September, 1876. Front page article, “Well Preserved” [from Microfilm]

Family Bible of James Kimbrough and Nancy Turner, his wife. New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, Translated out of the Original Greek and with the Former Translations Diligently Compared and Revised by the Special command of King James I of England. Philadelphia: Mathew Carey, 1812. [Copy from Shirley Hern.] The original Bible in the possession of Mary Lee K. Harris, January, 1997. [This Bible transcription has been previously published.]

Obituary Richard Johnson. Nashville Christian Advocate, issue #44, Friday, August 31, 1849.

Internet Sources


Photographs were contributed by the following persons

Erick D. Montgomery

Dorthy Gray

Theda Womack

Gladys Gray Sams

Gwen “Pud” Evitts

Joyce Hetrick, the author


The following is an incomplete bibliography because of the author’s lack of experience and foresight when this project was first started 30 years ago with no thought of future publication, which resulted in neglect of studiously recording the entire reference.

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