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Horace Maynard

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Capt. Oliver P. McCammon Collection.

 Collection
Identifier: MSC 0654
Scope and Contents Papers relating to Captain Oliver Pinkney McCammon (O.P.M.) (1840-1897) of the 3rd East Tennessee Cavalry, Company L, also relating to the explosion of The Sultana and campaigns in Tennessee. Over 120 items, mostly correspondence between Captain Pinkney (1840-1897, Blount Co. Tenn.) and his future wife, A. E. McCall of Blount Co., during the war years of 1861-1865. Letters between Captain Pinkney and his father, the men in his regiment, and others. Also, McCammon's discussion of military...
Dates: 1861-1865

Horace Maynard letter, November 6, 1861.

 Collection
Identifier: MM.1997.010
Scope and Contents Letter from Horace Maynard, Burnet House, Cincinnati, O., to General W. T. Sherman. November 6, 1861. ALS 2 pp. (1 pc.) Re: Civil War, Department of the Cumberland, operations in Tennessee, Lee in Virginia, Governor Johnson, protection from the government.
Dates: 1861

Jno. H. Crozier et al. letter, 1858.

 Collection
Identifier: MM.1981.134
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.
Dates: 1858

T. A. R. (Thomas Amis Rogers) Nelson Papers.

 Collection
Identifier: MSC 0002
Scope and Contents Papers of Thomas Amis Rogers Nelson (1812-1873), a lawyer, judge, congressman, and defense counsel for President Andrew Johnson in his impeachment trial of 1868. Nelson began law practice in Washington County, Tenn, in 1832, served two terms as attorney general of the 1st judicial circuit, and was presidential elector on the Whig ticket in 1844 and 1848. Strong Unionist, elected to the 36th Congress in 1859 and 1861; was captured by Confederate forces and imprisoned in Richmond, Va.. He moved...
Dates: 1782-1873