William M. Whaley

William M. Whaley (HMZ5E)

Location: Sevierville, TN 37862 Sevier County
Country: United States of America

N 35° 52.123', W 83° 33.917'

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1789-1880

One of the many volunteers of the War of 1812 which earned Tennessee its nickname, William Whaley came to Sevier County in 1810. A farmer and later Baptist minister, Whaley married in 1811 Mary Ann Ogle (1793-1880). A resident of the White Oak Flats area, now known as Gatlinburg. Miss Ogle was the daughter of William Ogle (1756-1803) and Martha Huskey Ogle (1760-1826), who chartered the White Oak Flats Baptist Church with the Whaley's and others in 1817 to become an arm of the "Church in the Forks." The Whaley's in 1830 settled in Greenbriar along the banks of the middle prong of the Little Pigeon River near the current boundary of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Their ten sons and five daughters produced many descendants of Sevier County.
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HM NumberHMZ5E
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Year Placed1986
Placed BySevier Museum of History and Art
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Date Added Tuesday, October 14th, 2014 at 4:32pm PDT -07:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)17S E 268390 N 3972426
Decimal Degrees35.86871667, -83.56528333
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 35° 52.123', W 83° 33.917'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds35° 52' 7.38" N, 83° 33' 55.02" W
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Area Code(s)865
Closest Postal AddressAt or near 160-172 Court Ave, Sevierville TN 37862, US
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