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The next resident attorney was probably John G Whitson, who was licensed to practice in 1842, and remained at Clinton until 1857 or 1858, when he removed to Knoxville.
Jared Harbin and Manpage Vowell were the first tavern keepers, Arthur Crozier was a magistrate, clerk of the circuit court, and later in partnership with his son, A T Crozier, was engaged in merchandising and running a tannery.
About 1845, the Baptists, chief among whom was Maj John Jarnagin, erected a brick building near the first academy, and established a seminary, which was maintained until the war, when it too was destroyed and has never been rebuilt.
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