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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:

Andrew McClung bond to Samuel McClung, 1811.

Identifier: MM.1996.010
Scope and Contents Bond of Andre McClung, Greenbrier County, Va., to Samuel McClung. October 1, 1811. ADS 1 pc.
Dates: 1811

Deeds and legal papers, Cocke and nearby counties, Tennessee Mining and Mfg. Co., General Oil Gas Corp.

Identifier: MM.2013.013
Scope and Contents Materials include: Map – Showing the Property of Tennessee Mining & Mfg. Co. – Knox, Anderson, Morgan, Scott, Campbell Counties. Deeds – for properties in Cocke, Washington, Blount Counties, Town of Newport. Legal papers – for businesses, property, etc. in : North Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee (General Oil Gas Corporation) – interests held in businesses by the family. News clippings – Old Blount Buildings”, “1921 Construction Crew” –Maryville, Tenn., 1965. Photograph: Pigeon River, taken...
Dates: 20th century

James McClung and John Lyle Deed, 1778.

Identifier: MM.1996.009
Scope and Contents Deed between John Lyle and James McClung for 80 acres of land in Rock bridge County, Va. April 8, 1778. ADS with seal. 1 document (torn).
Dates: 1778

Letter from Robert Randolph Carter of Shirley Plantation, Virginia, to Hu. L. McClung of Knoxville 5 November 1887 re: Carter ancestry of John Carter of Elizabethton.

Identifier: MM.2019.038
Scope and Contents Letter from Robert Randolph Carter of Shirley Plantation, Virginia, to Hu. L. McClung of Knoxville 5 November 1887 re: Carter ancestry of John Carter of Elizabethton.
Dates: 1887

May Lynn Papers.

Identifier: MSC 0016
Scope and Contents Papers collected by May Lynn (1870-1960), daughter of James and Sarah Rogan Lynn, of Kingsport, then Knoxville, Tenn. Papers include: Kingsport Presbyterian Church, formerly Boat Yard Congregation, founded in 1820, lists of members, book of records, anti-abolitionist statements of the church; transcript of 1885 autobiographical sketch of James Rogan (Sullivan County, Tenn.), who married Sarah Netherland; Lynn family correspondence; paper on history of Kingsport Presbyterian Church (read at...
Dates: 1780-1949

Mrs. Benjamin Cates’ speeches for the D.A.R. (Alice Smith Cates).

Identifier: MM.1997.032
Scope and Contents Speeches by Alice Smith Cates (Mrs. Benjamin B. Cates) (president of the Knox County Daughters of the American Revolution) (DAR): “ Blount Mansion: The Cradle of Tennessee”; “Blount Mansion”; “Captain Nicholas Martiau: The Huguenot Ancestor of General George Washington”; “Some Notable Colonial Homes in Virginia”; “Some Colonial Homes in Virginia”; “Yorktown.” Some handwritten, some typescripts. + Blount coat of arms (illustration for “Blount Mansion: The Cradle of Tennessee.”
Dates: 1940s

Nicholas Boyd articles of agreement, 1810.

Identifier: MM.1981.052
Scope and Contents May 14, 1810, articles of agreement between Robert McCulloh of the Borough of Green Castle and Nicholas Boyd of Littlebrittain(?), both of Pennsylvania, re: tract of land in Virginia. ADS 1 pc. (encased in fabric).
Dates: 1810

Peter C. Johnston’s descriptions of tracts of land in Virginia, September 11, 1838.

Identifier: MM.1997.049
Scope and Contents Description of tracts of land and their ownership in Lee and Russell Counties, Va. Written by Peter C. Johnston to Medley. (Attorney’s fee $5.00 paid by W. Medley). September 11, 1838. ADS 2 pp. (1 pc.).
Dates: 1838

[School Safety Field Trip], ca. 1950s

Identifier: TAMIS F 2021.001.011
Scope and Contents Footage of field trip to Dixie Caverns in Salem, VA, and Washington D.C.
Dates: ca. 1950s