Donelson, Stockley, -approximately 1804
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents 1. Receipt to Stokly Donelson for one black mare for Co., B, Texas Rangers. Signed Lt. Frulkerson, Co. B., by Geo. M. Cottinsworth, Sept. 9, 1862. ADS 1 pc. 2. Receipt of stores turned over to W. E. Snead, A. C. S., by Thomas H. Hartmus, A. C. S., Tazewell. Sept. 16, 1862. DS on printed form. 1 pc. 3. Bill of purchase. To J. T. Jones, pastage for 60 head cattle from Thos. H. Hartmus, C. S. A. Lenoir Station. Nov. 15, 1862. DS on printed form. 1 pc. 4. Consolidated abstract of provisions sold to...
Scope and Contents Deed. Re: Joseph McCullah, Jefferson County, Tenn., purchasing 400 acres in Knox County, Tenn., from Stockley Donaldson (Donelson) in 1792. Deed. Joseph McCullah to John Hubbs. 1815. Signed by Jos, McCullah. Witnessed by John Garrison, Stephen Hubbs, Alex D. White. Note on back by _? Hutchison, June 13, 1816 and Registered Aug. 29, 1816, signed Saml. G. Ramsey. ADS. 1 pc. and seal.
North Carolina land grant to Robert King for 500 acres (now Lyons Bend), February 1796 + attached survey plat, September 9, 1795)
Scope and Contents North Carolina land grant to Robert King for 500 acres in the Eastern District in the north side of Holston River “including the first bent above the mouth of Fourth Creek,” (now Lyons Bend), February 1796. Signed by [Governor] Saml. Ashe. DS with seal + attached survey plat, September 9, 1795, by John Mann and certified by Stokley Donelson (ADS 1 pc. attached to land grant).
Identifier: MSC 0236
Scope and Contents Papers of Robert Houston of Knox County, Tenn,. Ca. 1793-1878. Includes: 1793, 1794, 1795, 1796 appointments of Robert Houston as Knox County Sheriff, signed by William Blount; pardon for Thomas Nelson, 17--; 1803 John Sevier and Robert Houston account; Stokely Donelson land sale certificate signed by F.A. Ramsey, 1800; Receipt from Andrew Jackson, 1803; note from William Blount, 1793; re: subscription to Knoxville Library, 1795; re: cessions of lands from the Indians, 1819; survey of Indian...
Identifier: MSC 0387
Scope and Contents Sawyers and McBee Family Papers, gift of Charles R. McBee & Betty McBee Sloan. Collection contains papers of William Sawyers, Justice of the Peace, Knox County. Papers (1785-1899) mention slaves by name, bills of sale & judgments re: slaves, land transfers & claims, deeds, Joseph White will, Bible Society circulars, the Steamboat Knoxville, Thomas Graham Creek War certificate of service, Strawberry Plains, Grainger, Blount, and Madison Counties, Civil War letters and letters written...
Identifier: MSC 0531
Scope and Contents The Sawyers-McBee Papers span from 1791 to 1866, including a few undated items, and pertain to the Sawyers, McBee, and Peterson families of East Tennessee. William Sawyers of Corryton, Tennessee was the Union Lieutenant Colonel of the Tennessee 3rd Infantry Regiment, Company K. Ganum McBee was a Confederate private who was married to Nancy Sawyers. Ganum received a head injury at the battle in Newtown in November 1864, and was treated at the Wayside Hospital in Bristol, Tennessee between...