Washington County (Tenn.)
Found in 28 Collections and/or Records:
Archibald Glascock of Fauquier County, Va., and Washington County, Tenn.
Archibald Glascock of Fauquier County, Va., and Washington County, Tenn. By Kenyon Stevenson, Hudson, Ohio TS 14 pp.
Church of the Brethren
Election notice broadside
“Election Notice. I will, on Saturday, the 12th of December 1891, at the regular voting place in each Civil District of Washington County, open and hold an election, for the purpose of voting County subscription of $150,000 to the capital stocks of the Louisville, Cumberland Gap and Atlantic Railway and the Unaka and Nola Chucky Railway, J. I. Hawkins, Sheriff of Washington County.”
Ephemera from East Tennessee African American schools
George, Russell, and William Bean documents. [PHOTOCOPIES]
Guy Ellis Sabin diary, 1877-1880.
Photocopy of a typed transcript of the diary of Guy Ellis Sabin, March 20, 1877- December 13, 1880. Mentions wife Nannie (a Sevier descendant); move to Jonesborough, Washington County, Tenn.; buying land; timber speculation, etc.
J. Leonard Garland Collection--Washington Co., Tenn., ca. 1797-1894.
Jacob Hartsell Papers, including the Memora, War of 1812.
Jacob Peck’s Notes.
John Adams - warrant for Russell Bean, 1802 [PHOTOSTATIC COPY].
COPIES February 12, 1802 warrant for the arrest of Russell Bean. (for cutting off the ears of an infant). Issued by John Adams, Washington, County, Tenn. ADS 1 p.
John Bean - Henry DeVault deed, 1797.
Deed between John Bean, Washington County, Tenn., and Henry DeVault (Henry DeWalt), York County, Pa., for 137 (637?) acres of land in Washington County, Tenn. (plantation where John Bean now lives). Signed by John Bean (hole near signature). September 30, 1797. ADS 1 pc. Signed on back by Jas. Sevier, Clerk, November Session 1798.
John Smith, Sr,. deed to John Smith, Jr., for 300 acres in Washington County, Tenn. January 29, 1800
January 29, 1800 deed between John Smith, Sr., planter, of Washington County, Tenn., and John Smith, Jr. For 300 acres of land in Washington County, Tenn. $500.00. ADS 1 pc. (small holes in document, top is cut in wave pattern).
John Smith, Sr., deed to John Smith, Jr., for land in Washington County, Tenn. February 13, 1802.
February 13, 1802 deed between John Smith, Sr., Washington County, Tenn., and John Smith, Jr. For 100 acres in Washington County, Tenn. and a grant or title of No. 398. $1,000.00. ADS 2 pp. (1 pc.) May Session 1802 note by Jas. Sevier, Clerk. (Top is cut in wave pattern).
John Smith vs. Russell Bean and Baxter Bean. 1814. Washington County, Tenn. [PHOTOCOPIES]
John Smith vs. Russell Bean and Baxter Bean, Washington County, Tenn. 1814 (may be 1817). ADS 4 pp. (1 pc.) Re: dispute over two rifles as payment.
Legal notice Fi Fa Thomas G. Watkins vs. John Sevier. Washington County, Tenn. February 1804.
Fi Fa (fieri facias ). Thomas G. Watkins, Washington County, Tenn., vs. John Sevier, Knox County, Tenn. February 1804. Signed by Jas. Sevier, Clerk. DS 1 pc.
Neill S. Brown, J. P. Commissions, Washington County, Tenn., 1848.
March 14, 1848 Justice of the Peace commissions to Jonah(?) Lilburn, George W. Nelson, B. F. Swingle, and John White, all of Washington Co., Tenn. Signed by Governor Neill S. Brown. pfa 4 pcs.
Paul Fink Collection--Washington County, Tenn., ca. 1781-1931. [PHOTOCOPIES].
The Paul Fink Collection contains primarily Washington Co., Tenn., manuscripts and legal records, ca. 1781-1931. Papers are arranged in two sections: chronologically, 1871-1931 (13 boxes); or by “Separate Files” for legal cases too large to be interfiled by date. There are also some subject files and account books. Many folders have detailed contents lists (handwritten) at the front of the folder. The detailed card index (4 boxes) should be consulted.
Paul Mathes Fink Papers.
Penelope Johnson Allen Collection (historic manuscripts).
Robert N. McAdams (1847-1921) account/manuscript book, photograph, photograph album.
Russell and Baxter Bean documents, Washington County, Tenn. 1788(?)-1829). [PHOTOCOPIES]
Fourteen documents relating to Russell Bean or Baxter Bean, Washington County, Tenn. 1788(?)-1829. Most re: law suits involving: William Cobb; Jean or Jane Bean, Rosamund Bean, Lydia Bean; Jemima Scroggins; John Hammer; John Bean; James Penny; James Stinson; Robert Allen; Spencer E. Gibson; John Smith; William Murry; John Ruble; Elizabeth and John Hundley; Reuben Rogers. Several documents from Washington County, N. C., or Territory of the United States South of Ohio. (photocopies)
Smyth / Smith (North Carolina land grant no. 398 to John Smyth / John Smith for 100 acres of land in Washington County [Tenn.]. October 13, 1783
North Carolina land grant no. 398 to John Smyth / John Smith for 100 acres of land in Washington County [Tenn]. October 13, 1783. Authorized by Alexander Martin, Governor, Captain-General, and Commander in Chief. D 1 pc. Hole near bottom (for seal?).
Tennessee bicentennial posters (Washington County’s Heritage in Patchwork poster, 1996; Tenn. stamp poster, 1996; Tennessee Treasures poster)
One poster picturing Washington County (Tenn.) quilt done for Tennessee bicentennial, 1996. Entitled “Washington County’s Heritage in Patchwork.” Color. 1 pc. 17 x 22”. + description sheet. Martha Marshall, quilt artist; Mildred Kozsuch, consultant. One color poster of the Tennessee stamp issued for the state’s bicentennial, 1996. 1 pc. 23 x 36”. One color poster “Tennessee Treasures” re: bicentennial traveling exhibit. (1994?1996?). 16 x 22”.
Theresa Campbell Tyler Collection.
Papers and documents from the Campbell family of Washington County, Tenn. and Greene County, Tenn.; also the Swiss families Truan and Buffat of Knox County.
Thomas Johnakin (Jarnagin) deed for land in Washington County, Tenn. October 4, 1782.
Deed for land in Washington County (Tenn.) to Thomas Johnakin (Jarnagin?). Dated October 4, 1782. Issued by State of North Carolina, signed by Alexander Martain (sic.). 1830 copy. ADS 1 pc. Encased in gauze like fabric.
Washington County, Tenn., tax lists, 1787-1790. Collected by Paul M. Fink. [PHOTOCOPIES]
Early Washington County, Tenn, tax lists, 1787-1790. See itemized listing with the collection. An article on some of these lists appears in East Tennessee Historical Society Publications, No. 35, 1963, pp. 107-114.
William Murphy land grant, Washington County, Tenn., 1782, and Greene County, Tenn. deeds. Gift of Geraldine H. Murphy.
William Murphy land grant, Washington County, Tenn. 1782 (with seal of North Carolina) + Greene County, Tenn., deeds, 19th & 20th century + land grants from Greene and Hawkins Counties, Tenn.