Well for sure Lumpkin's Mill was not near where Dr
Euclid BORALND took care of his father-in-law's (Augustus Moore (1781NC-1843MS)) plantation 6 mi nw of Holly Springs, near where the old Martin Mission was, however they, Lumpkin & Borland, no doubt knew each other in those early days. Euclid, reportedly, also owned a property in Holly Springs.
Reportedly son, General Euclid Borland, Jr, still owned the property in 1896 when he died.
Your information was most interesting.
Correction to my last entry: it was Colonel Walter Washington HARVEY's place I referred to. My cohort in Memphis visited there a couple years ago, attempting to find information about Solon's poetess daughter Fanny Green (Borland) MOORES (1848AR-1879TN), whose husband died 1878 and she 1879 of 'yellow jack' in Memphis, she living with sister (the second Mrs O C GRAY in 1889) who likewise lost her husband.
The GRAYs stayed on a plantation 6 mi nw of Holly Springs owned/overseen by a family Wills/Wells with several daughters and 17 slaves, during school year 1859/60, then to Princeton Female Academy, Princeton, AR the summer of1860.
Side story: Solon BORLAND started what now is "Commerical-Appeal" newspaper of Memphis in 1838, then "Western World and Memphis Banner of the Constitution" sold to Col Van Pelt in 1840, who named it the "Appeal".