Morgan County (Tenn.)
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Deeds and legal papers, Cocke and nearby counties, Tennessee Mining and Mfg. Co., General Oil Gas Corp.
Program of activities for Deer Lodge Abner Ross Memorial Center (D.L.A.R.M.C.) Centennial Fourth of July Parade, 1984. Includes lineup of parade participants, menu, map, and list of Board of Directors. Also contains 8.25"x1.5" embroidered ribbon bookmark with image of Abner Ross. Deer Lodge is near Rusby, Tenn.
Photocopies of research materials collected by Ethel Freytag for her book, A History of Morgan County. (1971) These files contain some information not included in the published book.
1829 land entry, Henry Brazeal, Morgan County, Tenn. (torn in 4 pcs.); 1838 land entry, W. H. Shilling, Cumberland Country (torn in 6 pcs.); 1890-1912 papers re: Shilling - Stockham - Keyes - Winslow land. Three Morgan County, Tenn., land entries. W.B. Lenoir, 1824, 1828 (2).
1825 deed for 12.5 acres of land between Joseph Stonecipher (“Stine Sipher”) and John Stonecipher, Morgan County, Tenn. ADS 1 pc. (2 pp.); 3 sheets of “Account of things to Metilda, Clark, Melinda, Jesse, and Martin Stonecipher” and to G. W. Galloway. 1868-1878. AD 3 pcs. + added August 2000: “An account of things” to Clark, Rhoda, and Matilda Stinecipher. No date. 3 lists on one pc. (2 pp.).