Mar 9, 2014
The Daily News Journal
Were Betty Ford and Willie Betty related? Are they people or places?
On the east -- just north of the river -- was the Betty Place, the home and plantation of William Francis McClanahan Betty from 1859 to his death in 1902.
* Tennessee River. Fort Loudoun 809.2V; Watts Bar 737.2V; Chickamauga 676.4V; Nickajack 632.5V; Guntersville 594.5V; Wheeler 553.1V; Wilson 505.0V; Tims Ford 878.9R; Normandy 867.6F; Pickwick 409.4V; and Kentucky .
The Daily News Leader
21, 2013, at First United Methodist Church, Shelbyville, Tenn. The Rev. Dr. Donn Langfitt, grandfather of the groom and the Rev.
Memphis Commercial Appeal
Mystery graveyard emerges in Tennessee man's yard
In a photo made Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2013, Ricky Greene shows the spot where he recently discovered graves, now marked by wooden stakes, on his property in Normandy, Tenn.