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Blount, William b. March 26, 1749 d. March 21, 1800 Territorial Governor of Tennessee, US Senator, Signer of US Constitution. Born in North Carolina, the son of Jacob Blount and Barbara Gray, he became instrumental in the establishment of Tennessee as a state. He was married on February 12, 1778 to Mary Grainger, the daughter of Caleb Grainger. They had seven children: Ann (wife of Henry I. Toole); Mary Eliza (wife of Joseph Lawrence and later Weeks Hadley); Mary Louisa (wife of Pleasant M. Miller); William Grainger; Richard Blackledge;...[Read More] (Bio by: Bigwoo) First Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Knoxville, Knox County, Tennessee, USA
White, James b. August 8, 1747 d. August 14, 1821 Revolutionary War Militia General. Served during the Revolutionary War as a Brigadier General of Tennessee State Militia. He founded the City of Knoxville in 1768, and donated the ground of the cemetery he is buried in to the city. His original log cabin has been preserved as an Historic Site, located at 205 East Hill Avenue in Knoxville. (Bio by: Don Connelly) First Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Knoxville, Knox County, Tennessee, USA