Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Bethel Cemetery (Kingston, Tenn.) Southwest Point D.A.R. historic preservation project.
January 10, 1811, deed between William Brown and Samuel Eskridge, Roane Co., Tenn., and William D. Neilson of Kingston. For lot #10 in Kingston. Witnessed by Gideon Morgan and Thos. Clark. ADS 1 doc. (in 2 pcs.).
Crowder and Bacon family correspondence, photographs. Kingston, Tenn. + small artifacts (mostly men’s wallets with business names printed inside)
March 28, 1833, letter from Cyrus Hawley (may be Cawley or McCawley), Knoxville, Tenn., to Samuel W. Collins, Collinsville, Hartford County, Conn. ALS 4 pp. (1 pc.) Re: river navigation, stores in Kingston, Knoxville, etc. Hawley was an axe salesman.
Kingston, Tenn., 1844, child's schoolwork exercises on the reverse of a full page handwritten bill of James Lea for "hawling" and other labor.
Kingston, Tenn., 1878, Bill from Childress and Martin, general goods, to C. P. Taliaferro. Handwritten, 7 page daily account for general farm and family supplies on store billhead. Charles Taliaferro survived the Civil War as a confederate sympathizer and endured reconstruction in E. Tenn., often paying debts for his family, as shown on this bill. This bill was found in a leather bill fold, and it is included.
Letter of receipt to Lt. Thos. Hedgecock, 1st Tenn. Vols., from A. B. Eaton, Commissary General of Subsistence. March 22, 1865). (Gift of Diane Kosier).
Letter of receipt to Lt. Thos. Hedgecock, Co. G, 1st Tenn. Vols., Kingston, Tenn., from A. B. Eaton, Commissary General of Subsistence, Office Commissary General of Subsistence, Washington City, March 22, 1865. DS 1 pc. Notes that Lt. Hedgecock is not accountable to the United States for subsistence funds or supplies.
Southwest Point garrison accounts, 1798-1805, with 1807 inventory of Major William Peters' estate. Typescript made in 1936 by Mrs. William J. Smith from original manuscript. In account with Saml. C. Hall. Hall & Smith (Kingston, Tenn.). TS 27 pp.
Correspondence to and from William S. McEwen, Kingston, Tenn. June 24, 1830; June 6, 1840 (in pieces); June 15, 1842; Dec. 6, 1842; Dec. 6, 1842 (partial); March 4, 1844; March 18, 1844; April 24, 1844; July 12, 1955; Oct. 29, 1856 (partial); May 28, 1860; Jan. 9, 1862 (Rachel and her children); July 31, 1862; to Jno. F. McEwen, Sept. 8, `875, from Henry Wiley? Coal Creek M& M Co. 14 items.