Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Legal terms and definitions handwritten in volume by Thomas A. R. Nelson, 1832 (also 1834 written on inside cover.) 1 volume AD 170 pp. Index on inside back cover.
A Record of all transactions as executor of the last will and testament of David Nelson, deceased’ by Thomas A.R. Nelson, 1854.
Scope and Contents Record of all transactions as executor of the last will and testament of David Nelson, deceased, as fulfilled by his son, Thomas A. R. Nelson, 1854. 1 handwritten, bound volume 285 pp. Includes a copy of the will of David Nelson, Carter County, Tenn., 1850; and an inventory of the estate.
Identifier: MSC 0339
Scope and Contents Includes correspondence, photographs, deeds (Sam E. Young’s papers), printed material, calling cards, dentist’s records; 1 folder with house plans. Diploma from Vanderbilt University for Henry Thomas Boyd, Doctor of Dental Surgery, April 27, 1900. Diploma is attached to a heavy paper advertisement for a backing. 1 pc. Class photograph, Vanderbilt University Dental Department, 1900. H. T. Boyd and all members are identified (along with their home states). Photograph is on mat board. [Class...
Identifier: PAS 0129
Scope and Contents James M. Meek, Knoxville lawyer (Meek, Kelly, Tate) documents his career as a lawyer and judge; also his personal interests (Tenn. Society, Sons of the Revolution; Huguenot Society) clippings about his role as a prosecuting attorney in the trial of the Clinton 12 and John Kasper in particular.
Scope and Contents September 18, 1858, letter from Jno. H. Crozier, W. B. Reese, Jr., Horace Maynard, Connally F. Trigg, Jno. Baxter, and W. M. Churchwell, Knoxville, Tenn., to Governor I. G. Harris, Nashville. ALS 1 p. + other signatures on second page. Re: the undersigned lawyers’ recommendation of Thomas C. Lyon to fill the office of Circuit Court Judge.
Identifier: MSC 0010
Scope and Contents Leonidas Campbell Houk (1836-1891), was born in Sevier County, Tenn. He was a lawyer, judge, and congressman. He served in the Union Army from 1861 to 1863. He was circuit judge of the 17th judicial district of Tennessee (1866-1869). Moved to Knoxville in 1870 and was involved in local and national politics. He was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1878 and served until his death in 1891. He was married to Elizabeth Matilda Smith (died 1879) and to Mary Belle Van Rosen. John...
Scope and Contents Letter from O. P. Temple, Greeneville, to Robert H. Armstrong. ALS 3 pp. (1 pc.). Re: informing him that Temple had agreed to form a partnership with William H. Sneed of Knoxville. Armstrong may also have been a partner with Sneed at the time. Includes election results from Greene County (Sevier re-elected over Page, a Methodist preacher). Includes address panel with stampless “Greeneville, Te” CDS and manuscript “5” rate.
Identifier: MSC 0006
Scope and Contents Papers of Septimus D. Cabaniss (1815-?), a lawyer and legislator from Huntsville, Madison County, Ala. Papers include letters re: the family of James White McClung (1798-1848) of Huntsville, Ala, who was a son of Charles McClung, Sr., of Knoxville. Cabaniss became the guardian for the 2 sons of James White McClung (James White McClung, Jr. and Elliott Spotswood McClung). Collection also includes legal and financial papers of Cabaniss and Silas Parsons, also a lawyer in Huntsville. Collection...