450 Hanna Street – The Thaddeus Walter Brunson Home
City Directories and History: This house, which is located just across from the home place of William Edgar Brunson, Sr. (# 2 above), was built about 1877 for Thaddeus Walter Brunson, son of William Edgar Brunson, Sr., and his wife, Susie Elizabeth Terry Brunson. An addition was made in 1891. The parlor is furnished with the original furnishings. It is now the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Cornwell (she is Susie Brunson Cornwell and is a descendant of Thaddeus Walter). This is the only home of the children of William Edgar Brunson, Sr., still to be inhabited by one of his descendants.
Information courtesy of the Brunson Tour Book – Brunson Family Reunion Committee, 2006
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