Found in 32 Collections and/or Records:
Aug. 5, 1938, vacation church school certificate, Toqua Presbyterian Church, Monroe County, Tenn., to John Carson, Jr. 1 pc. April 12, 1944, letter from Lissie, Newport, Tenn., to Aunt Lucy. TLS 1 p. Re: request for family information for tombstones, family news. + copy of ca. 1907 resolution in memory of Fannie Wiggins. By R. H. Carson. TS 1 p.
Articles and church publications on the First Presbyterian Church of Knoxville and the 82nd Grand Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States, held in Knoxville in 1942. (Photocopies)
Minutes of two sessions of the First Presbyterian Church of Knoxville. June 13 and 27, 1869. Re: disposition of pews, ordination of Elder J. A. Rayl. ADS 1 pc.
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.
Fourth Presbyterian Church (Knoxville, Tenn.). Report of the Treasurer, November 1, 1889-November 1, 1890.
Fourth Presbyterian Church (Knoxville, Tenn.). Report of the Treasurer, November 1, 1889-November 1, 1890. 1 p.
“Historical Sketch of Union Presbyterial Society” by Jessie Heron (later Mrs. Howard Parker), 1894. Photocopy of original manuscript (in possession of author’s daughter Mrs. W. H. George (Annie Parker), of Maryville, Tenn.
“History of Eusebia Church” by Virginia McTeer, 1934. 3 pp. + musical history of Eusebia, 2 pp. (Both items have been photocopies and placed in the VF: Blount County, Tenn. Churches.’) + November 14, 1956 Maryville Enterprise with an article on the church’s history.
Three volumes (Nov. 8, 1834-April 22, 1871; Sept. 19, 1971-April 7, 1913; April 13, 1913-April 10, 1927) of Minutes of Session and Historical Notes of New Prospect Presbyterian Church, Knox County, Tenn. Includes lists of members, church officers, baptisms, marriages, and deaths.
Photocopies made from papers in the possession of Miss Jane Armstrong and New Providence Presbyterian Church, Stony Point, Surgoinsville, Tenn.; and Mrs. Ruth Amis Crowe, Church Hill, Tenn. Hawkins County, Tenn.: various records, histories, etc. of New Providence Presbyterian Church; Well’s Church; Maxwell Academy; New Providence Academy; New Providence High School; Armstrong family.
New Providence [Presbyterian] Church Treasurer’s Books, May 1, 1881-December 31, 1892. 3 volumes. [Maryville, Blount County, Tenn.].
New Providence [Presbyterian] Church Treasurer’s Books, May 1, 1881-December 31, 1892. 3 volumes. [Maryville, Blount County, Tenn.]. Gift of W. A. McTeer.
New Salem Presbyterian Church Manuscript record book from this Whitesburg, Tennessee, church with Session minutes (1840-1890), several membership lists, list of children baptized, etc. Blank book bound in boards and leather spine, lettered by hand "New Salem Church Book". Ca 125pp (ca. 40 used). Important record of this church originally in Jefferson County, then Hamblen County.
Snapshots of Park City Presbyterian Church and Manse, Knoxville, Tenn. (1 sepia, 1 B&W, fading).
Record of the Formation and Early History of the Woman’s Local Missionary Society of the Second Presbyterian Church, 1873- . By Mrs. Bella Cowan Rhea.
“Record of the Formation and Early History of the Woman’s Local Missionary Society of the Second Presbyterian Church, 1873-. Written and Read by Mrs. Bella Cowan Rhea at the Thank-offering meeting held in the Church, November 22, 1921. 2 copies TS 6 pp. and TS 8 pp. + mimeograph copy of 1908 memorial meeting of the group. 10 pp.
David F. Swartz thesis titled "The Philosophy of Evangelism of the Board of National Missions of the Presbyterian Church U.S.A. in the Southern Mountains" (Special emphasis is placed on the relationship of the Board of National Missions to the religious need of Yancey County, North Carolina) The thesis was submitted "in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of B.D."
Shiloh Presbyterian Church Minutes of the Board, 1867-1873. Knoxville, Tenn. First 28 pages are missing. Minutes begin on p. 30 for Nov. 4, 1869-Aug. 7, 1873 (p. 106). Part of p. 39/40, 65/66, 67/68 and last pages were cut out or missing. Page 49/50, 59-62, 71-74, 77-80, 83-86, 101/102, 107-118 missing. 1871 list of members on pp. 87-91. Front flyleaf inscribed “Presbyterian Church, Knoxville, No. 3.” First pastor was Rev. Geo. W. Levere. African-American Church.
MM.1987.007a original record book of Shunem Presbyterian Church, Strawberry Plains, Tenn., 1853-1879. MM.1987.007b Photocopy of Shunem Presbyterian Church record book. Use this photocopy to make additional photocopies.
Ladies Missionary and Aid Society of the Spring Place Presbyterian Church records kept by Mrs. George Buffat, 1936-1947. 8 volumes. Fair Garden School PTA history scrapbook, 1932-1940. 1 volume. (Fair Garden and Burlington communities, Knox County, Tenn).
Strawberry Plains Presbyterian Church (Shunem Church) History by Daniel Meek, ca. 1850. Lists names of ministers and locations of churches. 6 pp. (+ pencil notes taken from the history, 3 pp.). + 1857 ‘receipts’ for varnish, blackberry wine, colouring black, and curing rheumatic pains. 1 p.
Records for Tazewell Presbyterian Church 1829-1915, including records of members, baptisms, deaths, monetary offerings and payments to church officials (Reverend Nathaniel Hood); Index for entire book; Begin series of numbered pages, pages 1-8: Organization records as kept by M. Graham from October 23, 1829 to January 13, 1843. Tazewell, Claiborne County, Tenn.
The Church Calendar of Prayer for the missionary, evangelistic, and our educational causes of the Presbyterian Church in the U. S. published for the General Assembly by the Executive Committee of Religious Education and Publication, Richmond, Va.
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.