Skip to main content

McClung, Matthew

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:

Clement C. Clay deed, Tipton County, Tenn., 1832.

Identifier: MM.1981.110
Scope and Contents August 20, 1832, deed between Clement C. Clay, Madison County, Ala., and Matthew McClung, Knox County, Tenn., for land in Tipton County, Tenn. ADS 5 pp. Re: earlier deed between James W. McClung and James Pleasants, both of Madison County, Ala., for land in Tipton County, Tenn., 1831.
Dates: 1832

Donald McIntosh deed, Knoxville, Knox County, Tenn., 1825.

Identifier: MM.2017.008
Scope and Contents May 13, 1825, deed between Donald McIntosh to Matthew McClung, both of Knox County, Tenn., for a lot in Knoxville. ADS 1 pc. Witnessed by H. L. Mc White and C. [Campbell] Wallace. 1826 notes by Charles McClung and Ja (?) Ramsey.
Dates: 1825

E .S. Hergesheimer letter to Mrs. C. J. McClung. September 26, 1929.

Identifier: MM.2000.049
Scope and Contents September 26, 1929, letter from [important Nashville woman artist] E[lla] S[ophonisba] Hergesheimer, Reading, Penn., to Mrs. [C. J.] McClung. ALS 2 pp. (1 pc.). Re: details and price of painting a portrait of Matthew McClung from a miniature.
Dates: 1929

Home of Col. Matthew McClung

Identifier: SPC 1997.015
Scope and Contents Home of Col. Matthew McClung, in 1933 home of W. P. Washburn, Kingston Pike, Knoxville. In 1939, site of Tyson Junior High School. Sepia 8x10”.
Dates: undated

Matthew McClung documents, 1754-1835.

Identifier: MM.2017.016
Scope and Contents November 19, 1754, promissory note to James Caldwell from [Matthew McClung]. Witnessed by Hugh Cunningham. AN )signature torn off; partial document,) 1 pc. February 26, 1820, letter from Matthew McClung, Knoxville, to his brother Col. James W. McClung, Huntsville, Ala. 3 pp. ((1 pc.; letter encased in fabric film; tape on back) + envelope with the history of the letter. Re: business and family news. December 13, 1821, letter from Mat [Matthew] McClung, Knoxville, to Henry Purris (Purvis?),...
Dates: 1754-1835

Matthew McClung letter, 1833.

Identifier: MM.1983.001
Scope and Contents September 1, 1833, letter from Mat. McClung, Knoxville, to brother James White McClung, Huntsville, Ala. ALS 4 pp. Re: his health and trip to the springs; debt to Judge Clay.
Dates: 1833

McClung - Elliott deed, 1842.

Identifier: MM.1983.010
Scope and Contents September 3, 1842, copy of deed between Matthew McClung & Hugh L. McClung, executors of Charles McClung, Sr., deceased, and Matthew McClung & John McGee, executors of Charles McClung, Jr., deceased, and Landon Elliott. For land in Scott County, Va. (part of Hugh McClung’s 43,000 acre grant. AD 1 p. Photocopy May 30, 1844, copy of deed between the above names parties for land in Scott County, Va. (part of Hugh McClung’s 43,000 acre grant. AD 1 p. Photocopy
Dates: 1842-1844

McClung - Thomas Family Collection -- Gift of Frincke & Dempster. (artifacts)

Identifier: MSC 0941
Scope and Contents From the estate of Harold Carl Frincke, gift of Alexine Thomas Frincke Dempster and Harold Carl Frincke, Jr. Includes four pastel portraits possibly by Flavius Fisher, framed (Charles James McClung, Charles McClung Thomas, Charles McClung and Matthew McClung); hair pin (Hugh Lawson McClung, CSA --on loan from McClung Collection to ETHS Museum); handkerchief and lace head dress (Margaret McClung; black ‘thread lace’ shawl (Margaret Cowan McClung); flannel petticoat (Charles Thomas McClung); baby...
Dates: 1834-2002

Robert Armstrong surveys, 1838.

Identifier: MM.1981.026
Scope and Contents January 22, 1838 survey by Robert Armstrong for Mat. M. Gains plat. ADS 1 pc. January 22, 1838 survey by Robert Armstrong for Matthew McClung’s plat. ADS 1 pc.
Dates: 1838

William and Margaret Campbell deed, 1827.

Identifier: MM.1981.075
Scope and Contents March 23, 1827, deed between William and Margaret Campbell, Morgan County, Ala., and Matthew McClung, Knox County, Tenn. ADS 1 pc.
Dates: 1827

William Campbell deed, 1827.

Identifier: MM.1981.073
Scope and Contents August 23, 1827, deed between Robert Campbell, attorney-in-fact for William Campbell, Morgan County, Ala., and Matthew McClung, Knox County, Tenn., for 100 acres in Roane County, Tenn. ADS 2 pp.
Dates: 1827