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Shelby Co. Tenn. Wilson Sanderlin
Posted by: Patrick Sanderlin Date: May 25, 1999 at 17:11:17
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I had the Shelby Co. Tennessee library do some research on Wilson Sanderlin. They sent me a significant amount of info. Wilson (the elder...and there sems to be a number of other by the same first name in later years) was an early pioneer in the Memphis Raleigh area of Tenn. He held a full section of land, part of which was purchased to build the town of Raleigh. He ran a saw mill, the area was orginally called Sanderlin Bluff (circa 1827). Anyone connected to the Shelby Co. Tenn. Sanderlins are welcome to e mail me at I will be happy to share with you.


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