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Identifier: MSC 0354
Scope and Contents Collection contains research on Sevier County, Tenn., families and subjects. Includes: articles written by Joseph (Joe) A. Sharp, Sevier County Historian, including his notes, research and correspondence with other researchers; newspapers and clippings; photographs; eleven Sevier County Chancery Court cases (saved from destruction by Joe Sharp in August 1951). The collection is divided into four sections: genealogy; subjects; newspapers; Chancery Court cases.
Identifier: MSC 0074
Scope and Contents 109 folders containing genealogical information on Ownby, Owensby, Owenby and related families, researched and compiled by Joyce Haige. Arranged individually, geographically, as well as by secondary family name. Includes some photographs as well as negatives. + 7 notebooks which contain census, public, and church records from 18 states, with emphasis on Georgia, North Carolina, and Tennessee. One of the notebooks contains photographs.
Identifier: MSC 0763
Scope and Contents Research on McFall, Schultz, and allied families done by Mrs. Myrtle Juanita McFall Malone (1926-1998). Most of the research is on the McFall(s) family; other surnames include: Emert(s), Malone, Noland, Shults/Shultz/Schults/Schultz, and Walker. Research is centered on the Wears Valley, Walker Valley, Emerts Cove, and Little Greenbrier areas of Sevier County, Tenn.
Identifier: MSC 0030
Scope and Contents Genealogical research on the Acuff family, compiled by Judd Acuff. Also includes notes on the Reece, Shoun, Wilson and Kidwell families. Both sets of papers also include a transcription of the correspondence of the collection done by Billie McNamara.
Scope and Contents October 5, 1905, letter from C.(?) W. Hughes, Washington, D. C., to Cousin Jennie. Signed TS 1 p. + 2 pp. carbon TS. Includes extracts from the Keyes family records in Judge Asa Keye’s book. Includes listing of the children of Captain John Wade Keyes and Louisa Talbott.
Identifier: MSC 0731
Scope and Contents Genealogy of Kirtley and allied families. The majority of the collection contains research on Kirtley, Thompson, Matthews, Roberts, Flora and some research on Early, Harbour, Mitchell, Morris, Rowan, Sims, and Jamison families. The research was done by Gordon Kirtley and his late wife. The collection includes one oversize Kirtley family chart (in Map Room); photographs; photocopies of maps; Hurricane Bridge and Huntington, WV, material; and two Civil War medals for James Alexander Flora.
Identifier: MSC 0365
Scope and Contents 1. Oval photograph (2.75x4") mounted on round metal backing (copyright 1911 Cruver Mfg. Co., Chicago). 7.5" diam. Photograph in center features seated man, woman & child (all unidentified), with other people barely visible in background. Photograph is edged in gold and half is no longer attached to metal backing. Metal backing is brown, ivory and green with animals in field, lily of the valley, and a drawing of a jewel at the top. Part of the finish near the photograph is loose. 2. July 7,...
Identifier: MSC 0754
Scope and Contents Research on the Lane families and related families of East Tennessee compiled by Larry A. James as documentation for his book (in the McClung Collection). 506 pp. photocopies, originals.+ 5 folders of Lane Family research.
Identifier: MSC 0910
Scope and Contents Research includes information on the following surnames: Archer, Bailey, Blount, Breazeale, Cosby, Eppes, French, Halbert, Hill, Ingram, Isham, Jones, Kirtley, Lane, Owens, Parham, Poythress, Randall, Randolph, Rector, Soane, Sumter, Swann, Thorton, Trimble, Wilson, Woods
Identifier: MSC 0629
Scope and Contents 2,005 folders of research on the Ball, Witt, and Tunnell familes by Miss Lucy Ball (1879-1975).
Identifier: MSC 0078
Scope and Contents Genealogical research done by Lucy Steele Harrison on the following families: Allen, Barksdale, Blair, Carr, Chiles, Claiborne, Dabney, Dawson, Henry, Overton, Page and Lukin, Pomeroy, Waller, Waters, Winston. Includes many photocopies.
Identifier: MSC 0827
Scope and Contents Genealogical research on the Snoderly and allied families. Compiled by M.U. Snoderly (Murphey Ulysses Snoderly) for a book he planned to write (never written).
Major Robert B. Reynolds Pay Master’s Book, 1855-1864, and Reynolds family manuscript genealogy scrapbook (Gift of Mrs. Charles Rader) (scrapbooks).
Identifier: MSC 0807
Scope and Contents Major Robert B. Reynolds Pay Master’s Book, 1855-1864, and Reynolds family manuscript genealogy scrapbook 2 volumes.
Identifier: MSC 0445
Scope and Contents Four boxes of genealogy in file folders A-Z by surname; 2 boxes of books, miscellaneous files, and notebooks. Also small box with copies of “Campbell Station: Its Place in Time. Nine Years inside the Station, 1787-1796.” 2 boxes of books and 1 box of files.
Identifier: MSC 0682
Scope and Contents Research by Nancy Rosetta Myers Slatery (“Etta”) and her cousin Mary Alice Bird Dunn. Families include: Bryant, Campbell, Dunn / Abbott / Bird / Lawson, Headrick, Houser (and “Houser Hunter” newsletters), Myers, Nichols, Russell, Slatery, Walker, and Webb (includes research by Jack Webb Turrentine). Other materials include: American Education Week, 1952; Knoxville High School Blue & White (vol. 5, no. 14, December 23, 1926); clippings and articles on the Sultana. 20 folders.
Identifier: MSC 0810
Scope and Contents Genealogical research done by Mary Shields Shore (Mrs. Philip F.) of Longview, WA. On East Tennessee families, including: Carter, Crockett, Hill, Oliver, Shields, and Stockton.
Identifier: MSC 0242
Scope and Contents Mary Utopia Rothrock (1890-1976) papers. Weeded by Miss Rothrock before donation. Subject divisions include: Biographical material; library; speeches, writings and publishing; history textbooks; historical research; Tennessee Historical Commission; historic preservation; McClung Collection; East Tennessee Historical Society; other historical societies; hereditary societies and groups; Rothrock genealogy; correspondence and papers; diaries and calendars; person papers--property holdings,...
Identifier: MSC 0245
Scope and Contents William G. McAdoo material on Gibbs, Wiley, Horsley, Floyd, Fleming, and other families. (genealogy).
Identifier: MSC 0133
Scope and Contents Business papers of E. S. Hodges of Knoxville; 1865 invoices from New York to Yett & Hogges (Hodges?), Sevierville, Tenn.; correspondence between Andrew McCampbell of East Tennessee and his sister Margaret J. McCampbell of Mississippi; genealogical papers of Ella Jane Oldham McCampbell of Knoxville; Blount County, Tenn., Entry Books for 1820s, 1839-1854, and 1860-1897; Deed lists for G-X (A-F and YZ are missing). Earliest document is January 26, 1795, deed between John Adair and Andrew...
Dates: 1795; 1820-1897
Scope and Contents Ca. 1906 genealogical study of the McGhee (McKie, McGhie) family by Gustave Anjou. Carbon typescript. 110, vii. + photocopy of December 19, 1912 letter from C. M. McClung, Knoxville, to Col. L.D. Tyson re: Anjou’s research. LS 3 pp.
Scope and Contents Copies of McTeer Family research in the Curry Collection (#854) in the Southern Historical Collection, UNC, Chapel Hill, N. C. “Address by Major Will A. McTeer, delivered at the reunion of the McTeer Family held at McTeer’s Fort, Ellejoy, Blount County, Tenn. September 18, 1902.” Photocopies. 15 pp. + research on James McTeer and the McTeer Family (35 pp. and cover sheet). Photocopies.
Identifier: MSC 0095
Scope and Contents Genealogical and historical research of Mrs. Charles F. Wayland and Mary Hoss Headman of Knoxville, Tenn. (Ina Fields Wayland). Includes correspondence with Mary Hoss Headman. Main family names include: Alexander, Boone, Campbell, Keith, McAdoo, Ramsey (see Alexander), Roulstone (see Wilson), Stewart, Wiley (see McAdoo) and Wilson.
Identifier: MSC 0093
Scope and Contents Mrs. Guilford Simpson Collection. (genealogy)
Identifier: MSC 0816
Scope and Contents Two folders of research notes, correspondence and misc. pieces of research done by Mrs. J. A. (Jesse Alexander) Proctor of Scottsboro, Ala. Primarily on Lindsay family and related lines including Burrows. Placed in two folders labeled ‘Mrs. J.A. Proctor Research’ and filed under Lindsay in the genealogical vertical file cabinets on the 3rd floor of the McClung Collection.
Identifier: MSC 0677
Scope and Contents The collection consists of manuscripts of Lavater Wear and his family in Paris, Arkansas and Sevier County Tennessee. The manuscript collection was donated to the library by Olga Edwards.
Identifier: MSC 0279
Scope and Contents Genealogical research of Olga Jones Edwards of Puyallup, Wash. Primarily research on the Wear, Weir, Walker, and related families (most from Sevier and Blount Counties, Tenn.). Also includes her correspondence with Ina Wear Roberts, Izora Frizzell, Sue Tanco, and others. Copies of her books and publications are also included: Descendants of East Tennessee Pioneers, The ’Connection’ in East Tennessee, Weir/Wear from Here to There to the White House, and Genealogy of a Jones Family of Arkansas...
Identifier: MSC 0038
Scope and Contents Genealogical research on John Kincaid of Fincastle, Campbell Co., Tenn, and his descendants done by Olivia Perkins Brisbin of Ontario, Canada. Also includes research on the Craven and related families + original manuscripts, no date, 1808-1876. Mostly Kincaid deeds, Campbell Co., Tenn.
Scope and Contents Sept. 24, 1801, surveyor’s map showing part of Grainger, Hawkins & Knox Counties. ____ Evans, surveyor. ADS 1 pc. (torn) Aug. 24, 1860, certification of the Campbell Co. (Tenn.) Agricultural and Mechanical Society. Signed by L. P. Williams, secty., Agricultural Bureau. ADS 1 p. James Sterling Smith and Margaret Louise Rutherford Smith family Bible entries. 1870s and later. (Donor’s note: they lived in Harrogate and Cumberland Gap). Photostat.
Dates: 1801; 1860-1880
Identifier: MSC 0487
Scope and Contents Research on the Hamilton family of Hawkins County, Tenn. Also Sullivan County, Tenn. Done by Patricia Scruggs Trolinger (Mrs. Donald Trolinger of Miami, Okla.). Researcher Mrs. Phyllis Hamilton Newton contacted Mr. Trolinger in October 2010 to ask about his wife’s research, only to learn Mrs. Trolinger had just passed away. Mr. Trolinger sent Mrs. Newton the research on the Hamilton family of Hawkins County, Tenn., and requested that the material be placed in a repository when she was finished...
- Subject: Genealogy X