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My killing kin : the Potters of Tamarack, telling it like it was

Author: Elizabeth South Storie
Publisher: Spartanburg, SC : Reprint Co., 1991.
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Enoch Potter (1811-1877) was born in Tennessee, the son of John Potter of Pennsylvania. He was married in Carter Co., Tennessee , in 1832 to Elizabeth Tecumseh Baird. Elizabeth died in 1835 and Enoch then married Hannah E. Stout in 1838. Descendants lived in Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, and elsewhere. Several of the family members had trouble with the law and trial transcripts are included.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Storie, Elizabeth South.
My killing kin.
Spartanburg, SC : Reprint Co., 1991
(OCoLC)608636914
Named Person: Potter family.; Potter family.; Potter.; Hamby.; South.; Wilson.; Hodges.; Main.
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Elizabeth South Storie
OCLC Number: 23947839
Description: 97 pages, [3] leaves of plates : portraits, genealogical tables ; 23 cm
Responsibility: Elizabeth South Storie.

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Enoch Potter (1811-1877) was born in Tennessee, the son of John Potter of Pennsylvania. He was married in Carter Co., Tennessee , in 1832 to Elizabeth Tecumseh Baird. Elizabeth died in 1835 and Enoch then married Hannah E. Stout in 1838. Descendants lived in Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, and elsewhere. Several of the family members had trouble with the law and trial transcripts are included.

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