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Notes for Atlantic Minerva Bittick

Atlantick M. Bittick and James Waggoner were married on 1 February 1848 by William A. Whitsitt, MG. Bondsman: Samuel Hopkins.

Altanta M. Waggoner and W. F. (Dr.) Chrisman were married on 21 April 1859 in Williamson Co, Tennessee.
Williamson Co, Tennessee Marriages:
W. F. Crismam
To } M License
Atlanta M. Waggoner
Issued April 21st 1859
Solemnized the rite of matrimony between the within named parties on this day of 1859.
Executed by the Rev C C Mayhew April 21st 1859 in the presents of witnesses.
[Loose page, not found in marriage book]

1850 19th District, Williamson Co, Tennessee, 3 September 1850, p199a:
#105 James Waggoner 24 m w farmer $-/900 Tn
M. 26 f w Tn [Atlantic M. Bittick]
S.V. 8/12 f w Tn [Samuel Valentine]

1860 No Township, Nolensville PO, Williamson Co, Tennessee 12 July 1860, p219b:
#570/551 W.F. Crisman 29 m w M.D. $4,000/4,4500 Tn
A.M. 29 f w Tn [Atlantic Minerva Bittick]
Saml Waggoner 10 m w Tn - attended school [son of James Waggoner]
James Waggoner 8 m w Tn - attended school [son of James Waggoner]

Land Records:
Bequeath from father, 90 acres (value $1400), 73 1/2 acres of Know tract ($230); 3 slaves, ($1925)

Court Records:
Filed 20 Sep 1858
Williamson F. Chrisman and Atlantic W. Chrisman his wife vs. Josephus Bittick. Samuel F. Bittick, the father of Atlantic died in the early part of the year 1853 leaving a will. Josephus Bittick and William D. Bittick were named Exrs. Samuel F. Bittick requested his wife have his land for her lifetime and then to be divided between his 5 children. Some 4 months before her father's death, Atlantic and her first husband were living on her father's land part of the time and her father requested she live at his house with her mother after his death. [She married James Waggoner the first time.] Her brother while acting as Exr. of her father's estate, applied to her to purchase her interest in the land. She sold her interest for $1200 believing that that was a fair amount for her share. She has since learned that her interest was worth at least $2500. She was 22 years old at that time and her mother was 60 years old. Her brother sold her a negro woman and child and said the woman was sound and she was not. She wants deed set aside.
[Miscellaneous Papers: Williamson County, Tennessee. Loose Records.]

There is possibly a record of Atlantic swapping land in Williamson County for land in Gibson County, Tennessee. [location of record unknown]
[courtesy of Dorothy Miller]


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