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John Adair section of Knox County, Tennessee

Nannie Lee Hicks

John Adair section of Knox County, Tennessee

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Published by Hicks in Knoxville, Tenn .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Knox County (Tenn.)
    • Subjects:
    • Adair, John, 1732-1827.,
    • Knox County (Tenn.) -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 96-97.

      Statementby Nannie Lee Hicks.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF443.K6 H52 1976
      The Physical Object
      Pagination99 p. :
      Number of Pages99
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4940452M
      LC Control Number76367804

      Search the Court Case Record information, including documents, PDF, images, videos and more related to Court Case Record Search Tennessee, TN/Knox County - Page 1.   Andrew Ballard, born c. , is believed to be the Andrew J. Ballard who married Nancy Franklin 22 April in Knox County. They and their children were enumerated in the Knox County Federal Census in , and in Blount County, Tennessee in , , , and back in Knox County in (Nancy died between and ). John Clark (Knox County, Missouri) John Clark (Allegheny County, Pennsylvania) John Clark (Lincoln County, Tennessee) John B. Clark (Benton County, Missouri) John C. Clark (Darke County, Ohio) John D. Clark (Darke County, Ohio) My Genealogy Hound is a free service of Hearthstone Legacy Publications. All contents of this website are.


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John Adair section of Knox County, Tennessee by Nannie Lee Hicks Download PDF EPUB FB2

Community Historical Sketches in Knox County, Tennessee: Corryton, Harbison's Cross Roads, Smithwood (Hicks, ) Concord UMC: The History of a Church and its Environment (Cottrell, ) [partial name index] Divided Loyalties: Fort Sanders and the Civil War in East Tennessee (Seymour, ) [name index] Encyclopedia: Experiences of Black People in.

Tennessee book The John Adair section of Knox John Adair section of Knox County, Tennessee. Knoxville: J. Lithographers, Hicks, Nannie Lee. Community historical sketches in Knox County, Tennessee: Corryton, Harbison's Cross Roads, Smithwood.

Knoxville: Multilithed by Knox County Library, The History and character of the Forest Heights neighborhood. John Adair, the Entry Taker, is also to be distinguished from his son, John, Jr., born in Ireland inwho, though not so well known, served his country well in defending the frontier while living with his parents in Sullivan County, then North Carolina, but afterward Tennessee.

He moved to Knox County inand lived there for fourteen. Fountain City is a neighborhood in northern Knoxville, Tennessee, in the southeastern United gh not a census-designated place (it is grouped with Knoxville for census-purposes), the populations of the two ZIP Tennessee book that serve Fountain City— and — wrespectively, as of the U.S.

census. At the time of John Adair section of Knox County annexation by the city. Knox County Deed Book V 2, p.Knox County Register of Deeds Office, Knoxville, TN.

The deed was executed 4 December and recorded 21 February It conveyed acres on the waters of Whites Creek to Crawford. Knox County is a county in the U.S. state of Tennessee.

As of John Adair section of Knox County census, the population is Tennessee book, Its county seat and largest city John Adair section of Knox County Knoxville.

The county Tennessee book at the geographical center of the Great Valley of East Tennessee. Near the heart of the county is the origin of the Tennessee River at the union of the Holston and French Broad.

Land deed genealogy of Davidson County, Tennessee / by Helen C. & Timothy R. Marsh. 3 Volumes - to MAR Marriage record book I, January 2, DecemDavidson County, Tennessee / editor: Silas Emmett Lucas, Jr.

SMI Davidson County, Tennessee Deed Book H, / Mary Sue Smith. History of Tennessee - Knox County [Source: Goodspeed Publishing, ] KNOX COUNTY has a noticeable diversity of configuration and soil. It is characterized by ridges, between which lie ravines of remarkable fertility. The streams are abundant, but the sloping are too precipitous for favorable drainage.

Excellent building stone is abundant. From the Knox Co. Tennessee estate papers of James Adair (Administrative Settlements Vol.

1, pa, ): July Sessions Inventory of the Estate of James Adair. John Adair Adm. The following information and facts indicates whatever birth, death, marriage, land, wills, and courtroom records will be in Knox County or in the Tennessee State Library & Archives. The dates indicated below could be the first widely known documents for this county.

The Knox County Office of Information Technology serves all of the offices of Knox County Government. Services provided include hardware and software maintenance, Tennessee book development, and network security. In addition the department provides training to all county employees, photographic services, management of cellular service contracts.

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Facebook gives people the power to share. Free family records for Researching Ancestry in Tennessee. GROOM. BRIDE. ISSUE DATE. MARRIAGE. PERFORMED BY. BONDSMAN. UBANK, John: WALKER, Patsy.

Community Historical Sketches in Knox County, Tennessee: Corryton, Harbison's Cross Roads, Smithwood (Hicks, ) Concord UMC: The History of a Church and its Environment (Cottrell, ) [partial name index] Divided Loyalties: Fort Sanders and the Civil War in East Tennessee (Seymour, ) [name index] Facsimile Edition of the Half-Century of Knoxville:.

Knox County is located in East Tennessee, one of the state's three "Grand Divisions." It was created in from Greene and Hawkins counties. Knox County was named in honor of Henry Knox (), American Revolutionary War artillery commander, one of the founders of the Society of the Cincinnati and first U.S.

secretary of war. Knox County, Tennessee Injury Attorneys. Our award-winning and nationally-recognized attorneys have recovered well over $ million dollars for residents of Knoxville and all of Tennessee. In fact, for decades, we have been privileged to be the voice of Knoxville and Knox County residents who have been injured or killed as a result of the carelessness of someone.

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Volume 1 WPA Records Pages, "x11", Original Book Index, Perfect Bound, Transcribed by WPA Workers inReprinted by Mountain Press, TN, $ John Llewellyn was born 19 January in Morgan County, Tennessee. He was a child of William Llewellyn and Nancy Wallace Llewellyn.

He married Elizabeth Elmyra Shannon, the daughter of James and Mary Shannon. According to the census, John and Elizabeth Elmyra were married for 41 years or about Section One of two, ALL on one CD: Maps of Adair County, Missouri Included here are the North East region of Missouri sections of 9 different historical maps: A.

A rare map that shows the area of Adair County, Missouri just ten years after Adair County was. John Adair's in Kentucky applying for pension in I found the will of John Adair, the Entry-Taker, in the Knox County Court House, in the Register Office, in the Book "O" of the Will Books.

The will is very short and to the point and gives little information: "Item 1. I give to my wife Ellen, all my personal estate with. Knox County, created inis in middle east Tennessee at the confluence to the French Broad and Holston Rivers thus making the Tennessee River.

This estate book contains the wills, inventories and settlements of many of the estates. White established White’s Fort on the banks of the Tennessee River (then called the Holston) between First and Second Creeks. It was only 2 years later that John Adair (–) established Fort Adair on his land just one mile south of the area that would become central Fountain City many years Size: KB.

The book Two Centuries of Knox County, Tennessee: A Celebration in Photographs, published in by the Friends of the Knox County Public Library, was able to offer only a small cross section of the hundreds of photographs copied during this project.

Page Members of Knox County Jury, lists James King among its members. Page "King Family Marriages from the Knox county Records.

Here are a few marriages by members of the numerous King Family of Knox County, not found in Miss Kate White's list before William Y.

King to Peggy Larrimore J E. Crawford, a resident of sect and a son of William and Matilda (Churchman) Crawford, was born in Knox county, Tennessee, Novem When fourteen years of age, he went with his parents to Jefferson county, Tennessee, after which they removed to Hendricks county, Indiana, and in they came to Henry county, Iowa, where.

Knoxville Genealogy (in Knox County, TN) USA (1,) > Tennessee (37,) > Knox County (1,) > Knoxville () Note: This page primarily lists records kept at the city level. Additional records are listed on the county and state pages. This is a collection of business and legal documents of John F.

Morgan and Mrs. L.J. Morgan of Maury County, Tennessee. Calvin Morgan Family Papers, ~ 3, items. TSLA. [View Manuscript Finding Aid] The Calvin Morgan Papers center around the Calvin Morgan family of St. Louis County, Missouri, and Knox and Maury County, Tennessee.

The Knox County Archives preserves and provides public access to the permanent records of this historic county (present). These include deeds, marriages, divorces, school records, various court records, and more. Records have suffered no major destruction and are remarkably intact.

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Archives File Manager ~ Jane Colmenares [Knox County TN Archives] [Knox County TNGenWeb] This Page Last Updated: J Section Two of two, all on one CD: The complete History of Knox County, Tennessee by Goodspeed Publishing Company This detailed ( pages in all) history has an incredible amount of historical and genealogical information about Knox County, Tennessee from its earliest settlement up to An index has been kept of the patents on record, but many of these indexes were made at a time when little thought was given to efficiency, and much confusion has resulted, both to the public who seek information, and the custodians of the Land Office who seek to supply the information.

In all aboutpatents have been granted to land located in the State of Kentucky. Bookstore. Find books, DVDs, magazines, and more, most for $2 or less, all year long at the Friends @ Rothrock Used Book Shop inside Lawson McGhee Library in downtown Knoxville. The Friends @ Rothrock Used Book Shop is open 7 days a week.

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BRIDGES in trust or use of ABNER G. JACKSON of Knoxville; Deed of Trust for slaves. HENRY RICE, JOHN ADAIR, ANDREW HUTSELL, WILLIAM H. BALLEW, EDWIN E. ATLEE, WILLIAM L. ATLEE, JAMES W. 41 21 Feb John Walker Sr.

to John Hardwick, both of Cherokee Nation. 59 5 Mar John Armstrong of McMinn Co. to Robert, Moses and Aron Armstrong of Knox. 60 27 Feb Gideon Morgan Jr.

to William S. Leuty of Rhea Co.; martgage. 63 25 Sept Joseph Gilbreath of McMinn Do. To John and Thomas B. Love of Knox. In in recognition of his services to his country, the State of North Carolina granted John Adair a section of land ( acres) in Hawkins County (now Knox County), Tennessee, America.

The square mile of wilderness land extended from what is now Jacksboro Pike to the campus of Gresham Junior High School in present-day Fountain City.

This William Cole was born about in England, and was enumerated in the census in the 6th Ward of wife Ann was born in Wales. My second great grandfather William Cole was born about in Tennessee, and was enumerated in the census in Dist.

19 of Knox County, which is the Beaver Ridge community of West Knox County. Aside from having. Knox county was created 19 December from Lincoln County.; County seat: Barbourville For animated maps illustrating Kentucky county boundary changes, "Rotating Formation Kentucky County Boundary Maps" () may be viewed for free at the website.

Biographies of numerous Knox County, Pdf, residents in the late pdf, and other historical material is included in this spiral bound booklet taken from three sources: History of Tennessee, originally published in by Goodspeed Publishing Co., Counties of Tennessee by Austin P.

Foster (), and Tennessee, a Guide to the State ().Book Edition: Limited Edition Reprint.The Heritage download pdf Daniel Haston is dedicated to the collection, exchange, and presentation of information related to Revolutionary War veteran Daniel Haston and his children.

Daniel Haston fought in the NC Continental Army and afterwards moved to East TN, where in lived in Knox County in the s and until about He then settled in White County, TN where he died .Tennessee Wills and Probate Records, includes Knox County (Source: Explore Ancestry for free) ($) Ethnic Freedmen's Bureau Field Office Reports, includes Knoxville (Source: FamilySearch).