TribalPages.com The Partin Family


Welcome! This website was created on Sep 12 2006 and last updated on Sep 02 2016. There are 1439 names in this family tree. The earliest recorded event is the birth of Newton, Elinor `Ellen` Worden in 1529. The most recent event is the birth of Raby, Lily Brooke in 2012.

The webmaster of this site is Jackie Layne Partin.Please contact me at jackiepartin@blomand.net if you have any comments or feedback.


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About The Partin Family
Meet me, Jacqueline "Jackie" Mai Layne Partin.  I was born in Monteagle, TN in 
1942.  In 1960 I married Grady Ward Partin of Tracy City. TN.  We have three 
sons, Stan, Curt and Daniel: granddaughter Jocelyn MacKenzie and grandson 
Dillon Stokes.  Our family has lived in many different places, but home, 
Grundy County, is just that--HOME.  The effort toward this genealogy is made 
so that the  ones who truly want to know their past loved ones can. My desire 
is to share with you what I know, and hope that you in return will share with 
me and others. Please check in from time to time, for it will take me years to 
get everything put on this site. Don't panic if you see data change from time 
to time.  When someone shows me my error, I change it.  I need all the help I 
can get from all of you.  I have been humbled by my ancestors' lives. My feet 
are often placed on the earth with thoughts of the thousands who have walked 
on the same soil.  Thoughts run rampant in my head of the Indians, English, 
Irish, Scots, Africans, Swiss and many others who traveled the same paths that 
I travel each day on this plateau.  Sometimes I feel them around me and often 
talk to them. No, I'm not crazy; as I said before, I am humbled.  Walk with 
me, and you may hear voices in the wind.