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Jane Huff Stokely (1785-1865) was born in Va., the daughter of John Huff and Elinor Corder Huff, who moved to Cocke County when she was a small child. She and her brother Isaac were scalped by Indians and left for dead in 1792. She survived and always wore a bonnet to cover her scalp. She married Royal Stokely in 1805 and became the mother of ten children. The family lived in the Del Rio community. (See article by Eddie Walker, Newport Plain Talk, July 17, 1996).
Lincoln and Johnson 1864 campaign button (circular tin-type, embossed, with red ribbon). Image on both sides.
Pencil and charcoal(?) drawing of Charles McClung (1761-1835). (stained). Accompanied by two pieces of wood upon which the drawing was probably placed (also in Museum Box 2). Information about Charles McClung is written on the back of the wood. 1 piece.
- Portraits 4
- McClung, Charles 2
- Attorneys 1
- Bibles 1
- Boyd, Henry Thomas 1
- Branson, Lloyd, 1853-1925 1
- Bricks 1
- Chisholm Tavern 1
- Clionian Club 1
- Commemorative coins -- United States 1
- Concord Yacht Club ‘The Burgee’ flag 1
- Confederate States of America (CSA) 1
- Cowan, McClung & Company (Knoxville, Tenn.) 1
- Dempster, Alexine (Alix) Thomas Frincke, 1939-2017 1
- Dentist’s records 1
- Diaries 1
- Diplomas 1
- Drawings 1
- Elections 1 + ∧ less
- English 4