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
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