Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
Armstrong Family Papers, 1826-1892. Include the papers of Drury P. Armstrong and Robert Houston Armstrong.
Photocopied typescripts of: - 1859 list of slaves owned by Elizabeth Brabson - family Bible record of John and Elizabeth Brabson - family letters, 1844-1877, including three 1865 letters - Brabson Cemetery (Sevier County, Tenn.) listing
History of Big Spring Church (organized 1800? 1796?, Claiborne County, Tenn.). November 22, 1934, letter from W. S. Rosenbalm, Tazewell, Tenn., to John I. Snyder (Director, Land Acquisition, TVA) re: history of the Big Spring Church, its cemetery, is land to be taken for Norris Reservoir? LS 2 pp. (1 pc.) + 3 related memos and letters, a postcard of the church, and a printed page of church history.
Cemetery Historical Research, Keith Avenue & Middlebrook Pike, Boy Scouts of America Eagle Project, by Carl A. (Cal) McIntire IV. August 1978.
Cemetery Historical Research, by Carl A. (Cal) McIntire IV. Troop 147, West Hills Baptist Church, Knoxville, Tenn. August 1978. [25 pp.] Transcription of burials in this unnamed cemetery. Removed from binder cover.
First Presbyterian Church of Knoxville. Correspondence, 1864-1866. 1864-1866 copies of correspondence between leaders of the First Presbyterian Church of Knoxville (including George M. White, D. A. Deaderick, W. S. Kennedy and J. S. King) and Federal Military officers. Re: damage to and possession of the church building and graveyard, building being used as a colored school.
Ephemera and paperwork from the work restoring Glenmore Mansion. Plat map from Branner Cemetery. Jefferson County (Tenn.) Includes research on the Branner and Jarnagin families; submissions for the Jefferson County Heritage Book; clippings on Tennessee history; files re: Glenmore Chapter - Association for the Preservation of Tennessee Antiquities (APTA)
Card stamped “Department of Public Service Office of the City Engineer Knoxville, Tennessee” Contains 2” x 1.5” cutout with positive transparency mounted in cutout. Transparency titled “Survey of State Street from Commerce to Church Ave” Contains line drawing of area and “Detail showing location of first row of graves in [First Presbyterian Church] cemetery between Clinch & Church” These graves covered by sidewalk along State Street.
Records of Old Gray Cemetery, Knoxville, Tenn. Includes: Old Gray Cemetery Board minutes, 1850-Aug. 9, 1949, 1949-1985, 1986-2002, and as received (2005 missing; never received); Lots in cemetery with owner’s names; Single Graves, 1879-ca. 1930, 1930-ca. 1965; Lot Book, ca. 1860-1930, 1930-ca, 1969. Two masters of 1905 Plan of Gray Cemetery (Ben Baumann, Oct. 1927, Knoxville).
PHOTOCOPY of ca. 1890s scrapbook containing newspaper obituaries and clippings on: Albers family; Jennie Bell; Elliott family; King family; McLanahan family; Robert U. Mark; Dr. John I. Marks; Mr. & Mrs. Samuel H. Phillips; John Rigby; A. L. Russell; William Scott; memorial fountain for Old Gray Cemetery.
Tennessee Governors’ graves (photographs by Hugh L. Beardsley, 1937 + 1938 WPA transcript of Governors’ graves in Greenwood Cemetery).
Fifteen photographs of the graves of Isham Harris, Malcolm R. Patterson, and Governors Blount, McMinn and Sevier. Taken by Hugh L. Beardsley, 1937. + 1938 WPA transcript of Governor’s graves in Greenwood Cemetery, Clarksville and related correspondence (3 pcs.) + handwritten list of governors and dates.
W. Russell Briscoe speech about 175th anniversary, First Presbyterian Church, Knoxville, Tenn. October 29, 1967. (Photocopy).
Photocopy of a talk by W. Russell Briscoe at the First Presbyterian Church (Knoxville) 175th anniversary ceremonies, October 29, 1967. 7 pp. + biographical sketches of a cross-section of persons buried in the cemetery at the First Presbyterian Church, Knoxville, Tenn. Compiled by W. Russell Briscoe. October 29, 1967. 6 pp.
Material re: Weigel burials. Disinterment, McNutt Cemetery, September 13, 1982. Reinterment, Asbury Cemetery, September 14, 1982. Permits for final disposition of human remains for: Ein, Kliener Weigel; Christian G. Weigel; Carl Augustus Weigel; Johanna Christina Hirsch Weigel. Photocopies + 26 photographs showing tombstones, disinterment, remains.