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<b>Information for First Time Visitors</b>
Information for First Time Visitors
Status: Located; How to get around this site and get the most out it. 
 
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Death of Marshall Wiley McDonald
Death of Marshall Wiley McDonald
Status: Located; Accounts from an 1870 Dalton, Georgia newspaper of the death of Marshall Wiley McDonald in a railroad accident in Mississippi. 
 
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Old Pictures Found in McDonald Home
Old Pictures Found in McDonald Home
Status: Located; McDONALD, Tenn -- Old papers found recently in an ancient cigar box under a staircase at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Berry Irvin Jr. near here indicate that the town of McDonald, first called McDonald Station, was likely named after M.W. McDonald, a railroad section foreman for the East Tennessee and Georgia Railroad Co. here in 1856. 
 
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Purser, Benjamin Swift, Sr and Mary Agnes
Purser, Benjamin Swift, Sr and Mary Agnes
Status: Located; Written by their daughter, Mary Ann (Purser) Parrott  
 
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Purser, Nicholas Quitman Biography
Purser, Nicholas Quitman Biography
Status: Located; Written by his daughter, Eloise Purser Reed, as published in Churches and Schools of Rhea County, Tennessee
 
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Purser, Wallace Alexander Purser Biography
Purser, Wallace Alexander Purser Biography
Status: Located; Written by his niece, Mary Ann (Purser) Parrott 
 
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Purser, William G. Brownlow
Purser, William G. Brownlow
Status: Located; Biographical information on W.G.B. Purser, taken from Virginia Knight Nelson's Rhea County Relatives. 
 
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The Perfect Example?
The Perfect Example?
Status: Located; Coffee, Chimps, and Lawyers: a small adventure in Dayton during the Scopes Evolution Trial in 1925, as told by Stuart Purser. 
 

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