Family Tree of Luanne Lynne Vernon Henthorn


Samuel Trotter [Parents] was born about 1761 in VA. He died about 1798. Samuel married Sarah about 1780 in Bourbon Co., KY.

Sarah was born about 1765 in Bourbon Co., KY. She married Samuel Trotter about 1780 in Bourbon Co., KY.

They had the following children:

  F i Sarah Trotter was born about 1781 in Bourbon Co., KY. She died on 14 Aug 1833.
  F ii Jane Trotter was born about 1783 in Bourbon Co., KY.
  F iii Rebecca Trotter was born about 1785 in Bourbon Co., KY.
  F iv Ann Trotter was born about 1787 in Bourbon Co., KY.

James McCowan was born about 1765. He died after 1789 in Augusta, VA. James married Mary Trotter.

Mary Trotter [Parents] was born about 1765 in VA. She married James McCowan.


Noah Huskey [Parents] was born 1 about 1832 in TN. He married Barbara.

Barbara was born 1 about 1835 in TN. She married Noah Huskey.

They had the following children:

  F i Martha Huskey was born 1 about 1854 in TN.
  F ii Susan Huskey was born 1 about 1857 in TN.
  M iii David Huskey was born 1 about 1859 in TN.
  M iv Jacob Huskey was born 1 about 1864 in TN.
  M v John W. Huskey was born 1 about 1867 in TN.
  F vi Hannah Huskey was born 1 about 1870 in TN.
  M vii Jackson Huskey was born 1 about 1872 in TN.
  M viii William Huskey was born 1 about 1875 in TN.

Horatio Clelland was born 1 about 1785 in Barren Co., KY. He married 2 Mary Trotter on 10 May 1814 in Barren Co., KY.

Mary Trotter [Parents] was born about 1787 in Augusta, VA. She married 1 Horatio Clelland on 10 May 1814 in Barren Co., KY.


Horatio B. Butler was born on 29 Oct 1787 in Fairfax, VA. He died 1, 2, 3, 4 in Jan 1850 in Sevier Co., TN and was buried in 1850 in Middle Creek Cem., Sevier Co., TN. Horatio married 5 Mary Trotter on 21 Feb 1822 in Sevier Co., TN.

Mary Trotter [Parents] was born 1 on 24 Jul 1804 in TN. She died on 7 Jul 1858 in TN. Mary married 2 Horatio B. Butler on 21 Feb 1822 in Sevier Co., TN.

They had the following children:

  F i Nancy M. Butler
  F ii Anna Butler
  M iii Henry Butler
  M iv John T. Butler
  M v James M. Butler was born 1 on 28 Feb 1830 in Sevier Co., TN. He died on 18 Aug 1853 in Sevier, TN.
  F vi Asa Butler
  F vii Sarah Butler
  M viii Micajah R. Butler was born 1 on 21 Jul 1836 in Sevier Co., TN. He died 2 on 7 Mar 1863 in Murfreesboro, Rutherford, TN and was buried in National Cem., Rutherford Co., TN.
  F ix Mary Butler
  F x Jemima Butler
  M xi George Butler was born 1 on 1 Aug 1844 in Sevier Co., TN.
  M xii William Butler was born 1 on 15 Sep 1846 in Sevier Co., TN.

John Sevier Trotter [Parents] was born 1 on 20 Nov 1807 in Elkmont, Sevier, TN. He died 2 on 11 May 1884 in Sevier Co., TN and was buried in May 1884 in Middle Creek United Methodist Church Cem., Sevier Co., TN. John married Talitha Susan Mattox in 1830 in TN.

Other marriages:
Coleman, Mary Eliza
Finley, Mary J.

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Will of John S. Trotter.
I John S. Trotter of the State of Tennessee and the County of Sevier being of sound mind and disposing memory, do hereby make and publish this my last will and testament to wit:
First I will that all my debts and funeral expenses be paid by my executor out of the assets of my estate.
Second I will and bequeath unto my wife, Mary Trotter, all the property personal, including money, notes and all other personally, which may at my death may remain in her possession and which I acquired from her by virtue of my marital rights, to be taken and held by her absolutely: And also I will and bequeath to her son and during her natural life the homestead heretofore laid off to me out of my homefarm: reserved and occupied by me as such, including the mansion and out houses thereon with the garden or ?. and with the right to cut and use such wood and timber as she may need for the proper use and enjoyment of said homestead from the wood lands belonging to my said home farm. Lying west of the middle creek road leading from Sevierville and east of the Little Pigeon River: All household and kitchen furniture, provisions and such other of my personal property left in her possession on said homestead as may be necessary and proper for it's use and enjoyment: Also a one fourth undivided interest in and to the Mills known as the Pigeon Forge Mills.
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Including all the machinery tc thereto attached except saw mill.
Third I will and bequeath unto my son, George W. Trotter that part of my homefarm lying west of the middle creek and leading to Sevierville and east and north of the west fork of Little Pigeon River, the including the remainder interest in the homestead, hereinbefore bequeath to my wife and subject to her right to use timber off the same as herein before provided. To my son Pleasant H. Trotter if he survives me, otherwise to his heirs that part of my home farm consisting of two adjoining tracts lying East of the Middle creek said road leading to Sevierville and of said Pigeon River: and to my daughter-in-law, Mary Trotter for life with the remainder to the heirs of her body by my deceased son W. J. Trotter, two adjoining tracts of land now in her possession. West of said Little Pigeon River adjoining lands of Curtis Mills, Joseph Huffs's heirs and others: upon the following conditions respectively, to wit: the shall pay my executors with interest from June 8th 1876. Except G. W. Trotter, whe shall pay without interest the said G. W. Trotter the sum of five thousand dollars: the said R. H. Trotter or his heirs the sum of two thousand five hundred dollars: The said Mary R. Trotter and said heirs of her body the sum of two thousand dollars and said sums or made expressed liens and charges upon said several tracts of land respectively.
Fourth I have heretofore on 8th June 1876. Conveyed to my son John M. Trotter a certain tract of land situated on Mill creek for which I hold his note for the sum of two thousand dollars leaving interest from the said 8th June 1876, the same being heir on said tract of land, and I do therefore will and direct that said John M. Trotter shall pay to my executor said note and interest. Thereon and also the further sum of one thousand dollars without interest in consideration of said tract of land and the legacies given him under this will and the same is made a change and lien upon any and all legacies and benefits given him under this will.
Fifth By papal contract I have heretofore sold to my son George W. Trotter a one fourth interest in said Pigeon Forge Mills above mentioned and in the machinery & lot of land thereto belonging, and the entire interest in the saw mill thereto attached, but I have reserved the title thereto to secure various amounts due me from said George W. Trotter. And to save me harmless from various liabilities which I have incurred for him as his surety: now it is my will and I so direct upon the settlement of all said amounts due me from said George W. Trotter, and the discharge by him of all said liabilities incurred by me as his surety my executor make him title to said interest in said mills as above described, otherwise to subject it to the payment of said debts and the discharge of said liabilities.
Sixth: I will and direct that my executor upon my decease take possession of my interest in said Pigeon Forge Mills, and sum or sent the same for

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The benefit of my estate until my wives interest therein shall fall in, and then he sell my interest in the same including the interest bequeathed herein before to my wife, and also of my personal property as I have hereinbefore bequeathed to my wife for life and shall be left after her death.
I also will and direct that upon my death my executor shall sell all of my real estate not hereinbefore specifically devised and he may sell said lands as well as said Mill property either at public or private sale and upon such terms as he may deem to the best interest of my estate.
Seventh: Should any of the devisees of the real estate specifically devised by this will decline to accept the devises upon the condition prescribed then I will and direct that my executor, as directed in the last preceding item of this will shall sell said land so devised and not accepted.
Eighth: I will and bequeath that the net fund arising from the collection of my choses in action. The sale of my personal and real estate as directed and and sums paid to my executor under the provisions of this will be distributed by my executor equally among my children living and the representatives of those deceased, the latter taking as classes their ancestors share, to wit: John M. Trotter, James T. Trotter, Pleasant H. Trotter, George W. Trotter, Asa Baker (formerly Trotter), the children of William J. Trotter deceased, The children of Sarah Wynn, deceased and the children of Nancy McMahan, deceased to wit: Alice McMahan, and the shares of those against whom certain

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Sum and charges by this will be offset against said changes or allowed as payments thereon.
Ninth: I make no charge against any of my children for advancements made to them other than herein made.
Tenth: I hereby nominate and appoint as in the management and administration of my estate W. R. Turner, the executor of this my last will and testament, my friend M. W. McCown, and as counsel and legal adviser both of whom shall be paid reasonable compensation for their services in the execution of this will out of the assets of my estate.
Eleventh: In addition to the provisions hereinbefore for my wife I further will and direct that she shall have during her life the right to graze and pasture such cows and cattle and other stock as she may desire to keep for her use upon the pasture lands on that part of my home farm hereinbefore bequeathed to my son G. W. Trotter.
The underlineations above made in the same hand as the body of this will were made before signing.
In testimony whereto I have hereto set my hand on this 3rd day of November AD 1882.
J. S. Trotter
Signed and acknowledged in our presents and witnessed by us at the request and in the presence of said John S. Trotter on this 3rd day of Nov. 1882
A.T. Marshall
P. A. Wynn.

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I John S. Trotter, do make and execute this a codicil of my will as follows: Alice McMahan, having died since making my will leaving no issue, I therefore revoke that part of my will making her a distribute to the same and that the share she would have received to be divided equally with my other children and their representatives.
This 4th day of March 1884.
J. S. Trotter
Attest
P.A.Wynn
C.H. Fox

Admitted to probate 2nd day of June 1884. See record page 509
D. H. Emert Clerk

(From the Sevier Co. On-line Library - www.sevierlibrary.org)

Talitha Susan Mattox was born 1, 2 on 23 Oct 1808 in Wears Cove, Sevier, TN. She died 3 on 19 Aug 1854 in Pigeon Forge, Sevier, TN and was buried in Aug 1854 in Middle Creek Cem., Sevier Co., TN. Talitha married John Sevier Trotter in 1830 in TN.

They had the following children:

  M i William J. Trotter
  M ii John M. Trotter
  F iii Martha Trotter was born 1 about 1834 in Elkmont, Sevier, TN.
  F iv Asa Trotter
  F v Sarah C. Trotter
  M vi James C. Trotter
  M vii Pleasant Hodson Trotter
  M viii George W. Trotter was born 1 about 1848 in Elkmont, Sevier, TN. He died 2 on 15 Jan 1893 in Hopewell, TX and was buried in Jan 1893 in Hopewell, TX.
  F ix Nancy J. Trotter
  M x Melville C. Trotter was born 1 on 22 Nov 1853 in Elkmont, Sevier, TN. He died 2 on 22 Aug 1854 in Sevier Co., TN and was buried in Aug 1854 in Middle Creek United Methodist Church Cem., Sevier Co., TN.

Amos Raynor Trotter [Parents] was born 1 on 16 Mar 1810 in Sevier Co., TN. He died 2 on 25 Oct 1891 in Blount Co., TN and was buried in Oct 1891 in Byington Cem., Knox Co., TN. Amos married Mary Polly Gamble on 23 Oct 1834 in Marysville, Blount, TN.

Mary Polly Gamble was born 1 on 25 Aug 1811 in Blount Co., TN. She died on 7 Dec 1884 in Karns, Knox, TN and was buried in Dec 1884 in Byington Cem., Knox Co., TN. Mary married Amos Raynor Trotter on 23 Oct 1834 in Marysville, Blount, TN.

They had the following children:

  F i Elizabeth G. Trotter
  M ii John J. Trotter
  F iii Asa Ann Trotter
  M iv Andrew G. Trotter
  F v Hettie N. Trotter
  M vi Amos Alexander Trotter was born 1 on 13 Jan 1845 in Sevier, TN. He died on 29 Apr 1864 in Murfreesboro, Rutherford, TN and was buried in Stones River Cem., Rutherford, TN.

Amos died guarding a bridge for the railroad in Sevier CO., TN. He was in the 9th TN CAV dueing the Civil War.
  M vii William Merion Trotter
  F viii Mary Mariah Trotter
  F ix Nancy Evaline Trotter
  F x Rebecca Walker Trotter

Solomon Seaton was born 1 on 21 Jul 1806 in Horse Creek, Greene, TN. He died 2 on 10 Oct 1898 in Clinton Co., MO and was buried in Oct 1898 in Deer Creek Cem., Clinton Co., MO. Solomon married Mariah Trotter on 10 May 1831 in TN.

Solomon's parents were Benjamin Seaton and Mary Elizabeth Bird.

Mariah Trotter [Parents] was born 1, 2 on 14 Jan 1812 in Sevier Co., TN. She died 3 on 16 Jun 1899 in Clinton Co., MO and was buried in Jun 1899 in Deer Creek Cem., Clinton Co., MO. Mariah married Solomon Seaton on 10 May 1831 in TN.

Also listed as Mariah Berry.

They had the following children:

  M i Rev. John Russum Seaton
  M ii William Alexander Seaton
  F iii Elizabeth Seaton was born 1, 2 on 21 Jul 1835 in TN. She died 3 on 13 May 1858 in Clinton Co., MO and was buried in May 1858 in Deer Creek Cem., Clinton Co., MO.
  M iv Thomas Fletcher Seaton
  M v James Wesley Seaton
  M vi Benjamin Harrison Seaton was born 1, 2 on 18 Oct 1840 in TN. He died 3 on 8 Sep 1853 in Clinton Co., MO and was buried in Sep 1853 in Deer Creek Cem., Clinton Co., MO.
  F vii Margaret Jane Seaton
  F viii Isabel "Belle" Seaton was born 1, 2 on 13 Jan 1848 in TN. She died 3 on 1 Oct 1912 in Clinton Co., MO.
  F ix Asa Caroline "Carrie" Seaton

Dr. William Harrison Trotter [Parents] was born 1, 2 on 26 Jul 1814 in Sevier Co., TN. He died 3, 4 on 14 Sep 1887 in Middle Creek, Sevier, TN and was buried in Sep 1887 in Middle Creek United Methodist Church Cem., Sevier Co., TN. William married Sara Trigg Emert on 23 Nov 1837 in Sevier, TN.

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W. H. Trotter s Will
I, W. H. Trotter of the state of Tennessee and of the County of Sevier, being advantage in years, and moderate health but of sound mind and disposing memory do hereby make and publish this my last will and testament, hereby revoking and making void all others that may have been made by me heretofore.
First is my wheel that after Monday as my executor or demonstrator shall pay my necessary funeral expenses.
Second, that all my just debts be paid, if any I shall owe, and out of any property that may come into the hands of my executor or administrator.
Third is my wheel that my beloved wives Sarah T. Trotter, shoes she survived many, make her home at the old homestead where I now live and that she had the use and control of said House, yard, garden, and a small lot of ground wind south of said dwelling, including spring and Springhouse during her natural life: and that my son-in-law T. D. W. McMahan and in my daughter Melinda McMahan and furnish her
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A decent and respectable support suitable to her age and condition, not including clothing and doctor bills, all of which, as agreed to and shown more fully into a deed of conveyance this day executed by me to said T. D. W. McMahan. It is my will that the provisions of said deed and contract with T. D. W. McMahan and be strictly complied with. It is my will further that my executor or administrator pay to my said wife Sarah T. Trotter as soon as the same shall come into his hands, out of the money that may be on hand at my death, or may come into his hands afterwards the sum of $150 to be used by her for the purpose of clothing her and paying her doctor bills, if the same shall not be otherwise provided for.
It is my will further that my said wife have all or such household and kitchen furniture as she may have on hand and at my death, and may need, including bedding bureau etc.

Forth, it is my wheel that my daughter Addie should live with her mother should they both survive me, during her mother s life if she prefers to do so at the old homestead, and that she be supported by said T. D. W. McMahan, as provided for

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In our contract this day money in a deed of conveyance which is here reference to. It is my widow that my said dollar and he shall have the amount of property equal to that received by my other daughters when they became of age, if she has not receive the same at my death.
Fifth, it is my will that my two sons L. S. and S. E. Trotter have an amount of personal property sufficient to make them equal with my other sons, that is equal to what they have already received.
Sixth, it is my will them a large pictorial family Bible containing my family records after my wife s death, go to my son N. E. Trotter and that his death to another with one of my children or grandchildren living near the homestead, so as to keep and preserve their family records among the family relations.
Seventh, it is my will that my son-in-law T. D. W. McMahan and my daughter Melinda McMahan and have the lower or north end of my house farm, with the reservations mentioned in a deed this day made to him for the same, and that they pay to me or after my death to the representatives the sum of eighteen hundred and

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$36 in addition to what they have paid already, as shown by two notes I now hold of this date, and more fully shown in said deed. Any event that said McMahan shall fail to pay for said land and as her in before provided, and as provided in said deed in said deed to him my executors shall have the power to sale and enforce lien ends on said land and shall appropriate the proceeds of said lands has hereunto after provided.

DR. WILLIAM HARRISON TROTTER
1814 - 1887

Dr. W.H. Trotter, son of John and Asa White Trotter, was born July 26,1814; died Sept. 14, 1887; married Sarah Trigg Emert, daughter of Phi lipand Elizabeth Reagan Emert. Dr. Trotter attended Grant University at Athens, Tn., and setup his practice at Middle Creek in an office in his yard. He was also a farmer and built a beautiful two-story white frame house which has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places. The home is presently occupied by his great-grandson, Glen McMahan and his wife Florita Butler McMahan. There are mementos in the house of Dr. Trotter's medical practice such as scales for measuring medication and saddle bags.

During the Civil War a group of soldiers were camped on a hill at the spring near the cemetery. On another hill a man was plowing the field. It was believed that the soldiers, thinking to have some fun, started shooting nearthe man with the plow. Since the house was located between the two hills, one of the bullets shattered a windowpane, traveled through three wails and dropped down after piercing the third wall. The bullet is still in the wall of the house.

Dr. Trotter and his wife had twelve children: John Andrew Trotter; Maria Caroline Trotter; Newton Edmondson Trotter; Lewis Stevens Trotter; Stewart Erastus Trotter; Elizabeth Emert Trotter; Mitchell Trotter; Malinda Caldonia Trotter (m. T.D.W. McMahan); Adaline Minerva Trotter; Isaac Alexander Trotter; Ashley Wynn Trotter; Mary Angeline Trotter.
Dr. and Mrs. Trotter are both buried in the Middle Creek Cemetery.

Information from Glen McMahan
(From the Sevier Co. On-line Library - www.sevierlibrary.org)


Eighth, it is my wheel that my son in the Trotter have the upper or south end of my home farm, and that he pay me for my executor the sum of $688, in addition to what he is already paid on the signing, and that if he should fail to pay for same then my executors shall sale said lands were so much thereof as may be necessary to pay said indebtedness, and appropriate the proceeds as hereunto directed. But in sailing said land the conditions and provisions in the deed shall be observed.
Ninth, it is my wheel that the track of land owned by me and lying in the fifth civil district of Sevier County adjoining the lands of Robert Rambo.

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John Stott, Rebecca Trotter and John Fox, be sold by my executor had a private or public sale, as may seem best after the expiration of five years from the first day of January 1887 if the same shall not be otherwise disposed of by me before that time, and that the proceeds be applied as hereinafter directed.
Tenth, is my widow that after paying my funeral expenses and debts, and that the disposition of funds as here in before provided, the rest of my estate arising from the sale of land and otherwise, be by my executor distributed equally among my children who are living and the representatives of those dead as follows;
John A. Trotter now living in Ald. Isaac A. Trotter, married Wynn, wife of E. M. Wynn, A. W. Trotter, N. E. Trotter, Melinda C. McMahan and wife of T. D. W. McMahan, Louis S. Trotter, Mary A. Lawson wife of G. H. Lawson, Addie M. Trotter, Stuart E. Trotter, the heirs of Elizabeth Fox, a deceased daughter towit: J. N. G. Fox, Sarah R. McMahan wife of John McMahan and G. S. L. Fox the said heirs to receive the parents share. Any in the event that any of above

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Named children should die before receiving his or her distributive share than said share to go to heirs of said deceased. If he or she shall have any living, otherwise such share to be equally divided among the brothers and sisters or their representatives.
Eleventh, it is my will and I hereby nominate and appoint my friend as my executor to execute and carry into effect this my last will and testament.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand on this the 22nd day of December 1886.
W. H. Trotter
Signed sealed and delivered an acknowledged in our presence on the day above written.
Witnesses
J. R. Peuland
J. H. Butler
Admitted to probate November 7th 1887.
J. J. Ellis, Clerk

(From the Sevier Co. On-line Library - www.sevierlibrary.org)

Sara Trigg Emert was born 1, 2 on 17 Apr 1819 in Sevier, TN. She died 3 on 18 Dec 1896 in Sevier, TN and was buried in Dec 1896 in Middle Creek, Sevier Co., TN. Sara married Dr. William Harrison Trotter on 23 Nov 1837 in Sevier, TN.

Daughter of Phillip and Elizabeth Reagan Emert.

They had the following children:

  M i John Andrew Trotter
  F ii Elizabeth Emert Trotter
  M iii Isaac Alexander Trotter
  F iv Mariah Caroline Trotter
  M v Mitchell M. Trotter was born 1 on 13 Jul 1846 in Sevier Co., TN. He died 2 on 7 Jan 1848 in Sevier Co., TN and was buried in Jan 1848 in Middle Creek, Sevier Co., TN.
  M vi Ashley Wynn Trotter
  M vii Newton Edmonson Trotter
  F viii Malinda Caldonia Trotter
  M ix Lewis Stevens Trotter
  F x Adaline Minerva Trotter
  F xi Mary Angeline Trotter
  M xii Stewart Erastus Trotter

Rev. Isaac Trotter [Parents] was born 1 on 1 Jul 1821 in Sevier Co., TN. He died 2, 3, 4 on 22 Sep 1870 in Sevier Co., TN and was buried in Sep 1870 in Middle Creek United Methodist Church Cem., Sevier Co., TN. Isaac married Mary Angeline Emert in 1845 in Roane Co., TN.

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Will of Isaac Trotter
State of Tennessee )
Sevier County ) I Isaac Trotter of the State & County, above written do make ordain & publish this my last will and testament, viz
Item 1st it is my will that as soon as practable after my decease that my burial expences with all my debts be paid
Item 2nd I will and bequeath to my dear wife Mary A. Trotter all my property, both Real and personal Estate during her natural life and to be equally divided among all my children at her death provided she live until the youngest child shall arrive at twenty one years of age, but not, to be divided until they youngest child in twenty one years of age if she the said Mary A. Trotter, should die sooner.
Item 3rd It is my will that as each of my children arrives at the age of twenty one years they shall be furnished with a horse bridle & saddle, if it is practable to do so, but if not practable to give each child a horse briddle & Saddle at the time above stated, without matereally discomfitting my wife Mary A. Trotter; it is my will that the same shall be done as soon afterwards as practable and if a horse cannot be distributed to all at their arrival at twenty one years of age nor before the finel division of my Estate they who may not have recieved a horse briddle and saddle shall then be made equal with thouse who have
Item 4" If my son A. C. F. Trotter shall see proper to take the management of the farm for my wife it is my
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will that he shall have for his services one half of the proceeds of the sales of the surplus produce raised on the farm. In all cases, keeping enough one hands for the succifient cultivation of the farm and for the use & clothing of the family and that all sales shall be with the consent of my wife.
Item 5th If the said A. C. F. Trotter should accept the proportions or stipulations of Item 4th of this instrument It is my will that he continue in the management of the farm five years and in case my wife Mary A. Trotter should die, it is my will that he remain in the management of the farm as stipulated above for the term of ten 10 years if he should see proper to do so commencing with the year 1871 or the products of that year.
Item 6th I hereby appoint my son A. C. F. Trotter and my wife Mary A. Trotter executors to this will
In witness whereof I hereunto sign my name this 6th day of July A. D. 1870
Isaac Trotter
made and signed in my presents on the day it bears date
J. A. Trotter.
The above was exhibited to and acknowledged before me by the testator Isaac Trotter, who requested me to witness it this the 16th day of Sept. 1870
M. W. McCown

(From the Sevier Co. On-line Library - www.sevierlibrary.org)

Mary Angeline Emert [Parents] was born 1 on 15 Aug 1824 in Emert's Cove, Sevier, TN. She died 2 on 4 Dec 1900 in Sevier Co., TN and was buried in Dec 1900 in Middle Creek United Methodist Church Cem., Sevier Co., TN. Mary married Rev. Isaac Trotter in 1845 in Roane Co., TN.

They had the following children:

  F i Sarah E. Trotter was born 1 on 11 Nov 1845 in Sevier Co., TN.
  M ii Amos C. F. Trotter was born 1 on 19 Jan 1847 in Sevier Co., TN. He died 2 on 22 Jan 1923 in Sevier Co., TN and was buried in Jan 1923 in Middle Creek United Methodist Church Cem., Sevier Co., TN.
  M iii Daniel W. Trotter
  F iv Martha Trotter was born 1 about 1851 in Sevier Co., TN.
  F v Matilda Jane Trotter
  F vi Emily Caroline Trotter was born 1 on 1 Sep 1855 in Sevier Co., TN.
  M vii Henry Bascombe Trotter was born 1 about 1856 in Sevier Co., TN.
  F viii Eliza L. Trotter was born 1 about 1858 in Sevier Co., TN.
  F ix Mary Alma Trotter was born 1 on 8 Sep 1859 in Sevier Co., TN. She died 2 on 26 Jan 1883 in Sevier Co., TN.
  F x Laura Virginia Trotter
  M xi Isaac Wilson Trotter was born 1 on 15 Mar 1863 in Sevier Co., TN. He died 2 on 5 Sep 1890 in Sevier Co., TN and was buried in Sep 1890 in Middle Creek United Methodist Church Cem., Sevier Co., TN.
  F xii Amanda E. Trotter was born 1 on 5 May 1865 in Sevier Co., TN. She died 2 on 15 Dec 1882 in Sevier Co., TN and was buried in Dec 1882 in Middle Creek United Methodist Church Cem., Sevier Co., TN.
  M xiii James E. Trotter was born 1 on 8 Dec 1866 in Sevier Co., TN. He died 2 on 3 Nov 1882 in Sevier Co., TN and was buried in Nov 1882 in Middle Creek, Sevier Co., TN.
  M xiv Charlie A. Trotter was born 1 on 3 Sep 1870 in Sevier Co., TN. He died 2 on 25 Oct 1873 in Sevier Co., TN and was buried in Oct 1873 in Middle Creek, Sevier Co., TN.

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