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  1. Dolly Parton

    Dolly Parton

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    Singer-songwriter, actress

  2. Stella Parton

    Stella Parton

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    American musician

  3. Randy Parton

    Randy Parton

    135 views
    American, Business

  4. Cas Walker

    Cas Walker

    20 views
    American politician

  5. John P. McCown

    John P. McCown

    6 views
    American general

  6. John Tipton

    John Tipton

    2 views
    American politician

  7. Leonidas C. Houk

    Leonidas C. Houk

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    American congressman for Tennessee

  8. Irene Baker

    Irene Baker

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    American politician

  9. Alexander Little Page Green

    Alexander Little Page Green

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    Alexander Little Page Green (a.k.a. "A.L.P. Green") (1806-1874) was an American Methodist preacher.


  10. Benny Sims

    Benny Sims

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    Benny Sims (1924–1995) was a bluegrass and country musician who played with Flatt and Scruggs, Roy Acuff and Bill Monroe.


  11. Reese Bowen Brabson

    Reese Bowen Brabson

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    American politician

  12. Ray L. Reagan

    Ray L. Reagan

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    American judge

  13. Andrew Farmer

    Andrew Farmer

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    Andrew E. Farmer (born December 17, 1979) is an American politician and a Republican member of the Tennessee House of Representatives representing District 17 since January 8, 2013.


  14. Red Massey

    Red Massey

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    Major League Baseball player

  15. Samuel Wear

    Samuel Wear

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    Samuel Wear (1753–Apr. 3, 1817) was a American War of Independence soldier who fought at the Battle of Kings Mountain. He was one of the founders of the "Lost State of Franklin", and a drafter of the Constitution of the State of Tennessee.


  16. Charles Inman

    Charles Inman

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    Charles Inman (1810 – April 9, 1899) was an American politician, soldier and farmer, who served two terms in the Tennessee House of Representatives, from 1865 to 1869. A Radical Republican, he typically supported the initiatives of Tennessee's postwar governor, William G. Brownlow. He voted in favor of the ratification of the Fourteenth Amendment, and supported legislation punishing former Confederates.


  17. E. O. Brown

    E. O. Brown

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    American football coach



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