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I have used Ms. Johnson twice, for my divorce and to set visitation for my children. I must say, I was very... more
Memphis  Ada Mae Johnson

Ada Johnson

Memphis, TN Divorce & Separation
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I was looking for an attorney to represent a juvenile family member. So, I started looking in the yellow... more
Memphis  James Edward Franklin Jr.

James Franklin

Memphis, TN Juvenile
Avvo rating 6.1
I have used Mr. Runger's services a couple of times now over the last several years. He is absolutely one of... more
Memphis  Curtis Alan Runger

Curtis Runger

Memphis, TN Personal Injury
Avvo rating 8.4
Mr.Lee did a great job on my case and I did not have to go to court and pay for parking and gas. Thanks you... more
Memphis  James Jeffrey Lee

James Lee

Memphis, TN Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 10.0
He handled the case with obvious experience and ease and kept us informed along the way. His staff is also... more
Memphis  William Dennis Massey

William Massey

Memphis, TN Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 6.7
Bill and his entire staff treated me and my case with the utmost respect and due diligence. I always felt... more
Memphis  William Dennis Massey

William Massey

Memphis, TN Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 6.7
Mark McDaniel has represented my friends, family members as well as myself for over 15 years. His honesty and... more
Memphis  Mark Steven McDaniel

Mark McDaniel

Memphis, TN Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 10.0
Mrs. Fuchs is a very personable lawyer who was very responsive and helpful through very difficult times. That... more
Memphis  Lauren Massey Fuchs

Lauren Fuchs

Memphis, TN Criminal Defense
Avvo rating No concern

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In 1878, Memphis was hit by one of the worst epidemics to ever strike an American city. One in eight people died from a yellow fever outbreak, and the survivors fled Memphis en masse.

Memphis' population fell from 47,000 to 19,000 in the space of two months. The city was unable to pay its municipal debts, and temporarily lost its city charter.

For several years, Memphis was officially a taxing district instead of a city, but the efforts of the remaining inhabitants of Memphis led the city to rise from the ashes. By 1900, the population of Memphis was 102,320.

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