Massengill Family History 

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Massengill Spellings

Massengille, Massengile, Massengill, Massengil, Masingale, Masingalle, Masingall, Masingal, Masingille, Masingile, Masingil, Masengale, Masengalle, Masengall, Masengal, Masengille, Masengile, Masengill, Morsingill, Massengal, Massengall,  Massengalle, Massengale, Massingil, Massingill, Massingile, Massingille, Massingal, Massingalle, Massingale, Massongill, Massongile, Massongille, Masongill, Masongale, Masongalle and Masongll

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Our Story

This Massengill Family is located in Claiborne County Tennessee and other county in Tennessee. Also located in Kentucky, Virginia and North Carolina.


Bennett Massingale came to Tennessee sometime around 1820 and other Massengill families followed. Bennett married his second wife Mary Polly Ivy on October 1, 1829 in Carter County Tennessee. His son Isaac married Matilda Ivy on August 23, 1834 in Carter County. Bennett and Isaac move to Claiborne County Tennessee by 1840. Bennett died July 11, 1848 in Claiborne County, Bennett was born in Johnson County North Carolina in 1786.
Father: Georgia Massengill (above)
Son: Henry Massengill B;???? D; 1827 Johnston county North Carolina

Father: Henry Massengill
Son: Bennett Massengale B; 1786 Johnston county North Carolina D; 1848 Claiborne county Tennessee



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“John Robert and Nancy Massengill Scholarship Fund”

At every Massengill Reunion we have a White Elephant sale. All the money goes to the scholarship fund. If you are not attending the reunion and/or would like to donate money to the fund. Please write a check payable to “John Robert and Nancy Massengill Scholarship Fund” and send it to Suzi Pursifull 102 Laurelwood Ave. Middlesboro, KY. 40965.

To receive money from the Scholarship Fund the recipient must attend the reunion and to start their first year of Collage. Also the recipient must be from the Massengill family lines.

If you are interested in receiving the John Robert and Nancy Massengill Scholarship Fund please email us at family@massengillhistory.com

The dollar amount of the John Robert and Nancy Massengill Scholarship will be determined by, the number of recipients and the amount of funds in the John Robert and Nancy Massengill Scholarship Fund account.



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