Nolensville, TN Tornado, Nov 1900

The number of houses destroyed in the Nolensville neighborhood is 16. There were two fatalities, as follows: MISS NANNIE HAMPTON, aged 25; MRS. NANCY BRAMLETT, aged 65. Of the 12 injured two have broken limbs. All of the 16 houses were totally destroyed. Mr. Hampton had $400 in money, and this was blown away and only a part recovered.

The baby of Jim Christman, colored, reported lost, was found 300 yards form the house at 10 o’clock, lying near a branch, uninjured. One of the family dogs was lying by its side.

The News, Frederick, MD 22 Nov 1900

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The number of houses destroyed in the Nolensville neighborhood is sixteen. All were totally destroyed. There were two fatalities as follows:

MISS NANNIE HAMPTON, aged twenty-five.

MRS. NANCY BRAMLETT, aged sixty-five.

Over a dozen people were injured.

The Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln, NE 22 Nov 1900