|Birth: ||Jan., 1856|
|Death: ||May 26, 1934|
Son of Maj. Luke Tiernan and Lucetta (Butler) Armstrong.
Married Mary A Fisher on 4 Nov 1879.
L.T. Armstrong was a Major in a company of the Confederate Army for four years...His first wife was Lucetta Butler, sister (first cousin) of Tuck Butler, and from their union were born two sons, Bailey* and Thomas Harvey; two daughters, Sarah Ann and Kirk. After the close of the war he built a log house on the south side of Walnut Street, about 50 yards West of Dr. Davis' house, in which he lived for a short time before it was burned. He moved to Nashville where he was actively engaged in the wholesale dry goods business for many years. He was likewise interested in the steamboat business, owning the steamboat L.T. Armstrong which plied the Cumberland River from Nashville to Burnside, KY...Thomas Harvey married Miss Mollie Fisher of Carthage. Many people will remember him as Captain of many steamboats, being considered one of the best navigators on the Cumberland River. He was of a genial disposition and strong personality and loved by all who knew him.
- Excerpt from A BRIEF HISTORY OF CLAY CO., TN. By Landon B. Anderson
* Brother "Bailey", also son of Luke Tiernan Armstrong (1827-1907)and Lucetta Butler is actually "Samuel Bailey Armstrong" Samuel was born in 1850 but died [14 Oct 1878] leaving his [wife] Mary Simpson Caldwell, m. 26 Jan 1875, she was b. 25 May 1852 Richmond - d. 19 Nov 1937 Birmingham, AL
additional information thanks to contributor AHMurphy Feb 2012
Lucetta Butler Armstrong (1828 - 1857)
Mary A Fisher Armstrong (1858 - 1931)
Sarah Ann Armstrong McAlister (1846 - 1934)*
Landon Cross Armstrong (1848 - 1853)*
Martha Kirkpatrick Armstrong Fleming (1853 - 1907)*
Thomas Harvey Armstrong (1856 - 1934)
Note: Tennessee Certificate of Death #11796
Mount Olivet Cemetery
Created by: Cal Bear
Record added: Jan 21, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 83820792
2nd Great Grand Uncle|
Added: Jul. 30, 2014