Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
A. J. Kyker Account Book.
Farm and store account book for A. J. Kyker, Mint, Tenn., Blount County. Farm, store, and mill accounts ca. 1918-1928. Contains entries for mill, sawmill, mules, livestock. Also one 1819 manuscript page of accounts labeled “Dandridge”
Branner Papers, 1858-1868.
March 3, 1858 letter from W.A. Branner, Dandridge, Tenn., to “Genl.” ALS 3 pp. Re: death of Grandpa, local news. 1866 receipt to Eliza Branner from Dr. M. L. Rogers, Knoxville. 1868 receipt to Mrs. W. Branner from Staub & Co., Knoxville. 1860 receipt to W.A. Branner from J. J. Crawford.
Catherine Taylor Miller notebook, 1929.
1929 notebook / journal compiled by Catherine Taylor Miller as she visited Rogersville, Jonesboro, Dandridge, and Wartburg. Notes include the history of places visited.
Gass Store Collection (Dandridge, Tenn.).
Graham, Jeffries, Swann Bible. Gift of Caroline Graham Swann.
Graham, Jeffries, Swann Bible. Printed by Mathew Carey, Philadelphia, 1807. Hand-bound with cloth cover. The Bible came down in the family through Victoria Graham Swann (descended from William Graham of King’s Mountain Fame and her maternal grandfather was Nathaniel Jeffries, a Revolutionary soldier from Gaffney S.C.). Victoria Graham married James Preston Swann of Dandridge, Tenn, in 1858. Their residence , named Squirewood, was in Dandridge.
Harris Family Papers.
Joseph Routh letter to Jacob Routh, June 18, 1850. Dandridge, Tenn.
June 18, 1850 letter from Joseph Routh , Dandridge, to Jacob Routh (“Brother Jacob.”). ALS 3 pp. + P.S. (1 pc.) Re: land in Denton County for sale by Jefferson Underwood; Sylvans Howell in Memphis; bad weather for farming; local election for colonel and esquire, Samuel E. Gass and William Bradford; local weddings.
Trotter Family Collection
The Trotter Family Collection contains materials descended through the prominent Sevier County, Tenn. Family. The Collection includes photograph albums of family members and travels, correspondence and other materials collected by Jess Wynn Trotter during her travels, scrapbooks containing historical clippings, and other ephemera related to the Trotter family.
Finding Aid available.
W. T. Doherty letter, 1816.
April 15, 1816, letter from W. T. Doherty, Trinity Bay, Nova Iberia, La., to “Father” (Major James Doherty, Dandridge, Jefferson County, Tenn.). Account of events since his disbanding. Left New Orleans in July 1815 for the Spanish Country under the command of Col. Perry; In a capsized sloop; Returning home. ALS 3 pp, (encased in fabric).