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J. F. Deaderick

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Chancery Sale of Valuable Real Estate. 1854. Signed in type J. F. Deaderick, C. & M. (Sullivan County, Tenn.). (broadside)

 Collection
Identifier: Ephemera 2018.022
Scope and Contents

[Broadside] Chancery Sale of Valuable Real Estate. 1854. Signed in type J. F. Deaderick, C. & M. (Sullivan County, Tennessee). 1pp, 7 ½” x 3”. Sale of land , forge and grist mill. Case involves J. B. Delaney, adm. of George Bushong, deceased. Samuel Rhea. Land contained 224 acres on the Holston River. An important sale! Small ink smudge, small piece off at lower left, affecting a few letters.

Dates: 1854

Isaac, slave petition for freedom, 1858.

 Collection
Identifier: MM.1995.03
Scope and Contents

Decree. Isaac, a man of color who sues by his next friend Jacob Lamon vs. William Sliger and others. November 12, 1858. (Jonesboro, Tenn.). AD 3 pp. (1 pc.). Notes says document was probably written by T. A. R. Nelson, last paragraph by J.F. Deaderick. Re: freedom granted to Sliger’s slave Isaac, under work obligation to J. F. Deaderick until money is raised for Isaac to go to Africa.

Dates: 1858

William M. Churchwell correspondence, 1860-1862.

 Collection
Identifier: MM.2012.001
Scope and Contents William Montgomery Churchwell (1826-1862), Washington, D.C. and New York, correspondence to J. F. Deaderick, Jonesboro, Tenn. March 10, 1860-January 24, 1862. Re: sale of property in Sullivan County, Tenn. ALS 16 letters + 4 envelopes (no stamps) + 2 balance sheets re: lands. October 26, 1860, letter mentions “Lincoln is sure to be elected” and “his Administration will be eminently conservative, but the more dangerous for the south, as it will lull them to sleep before the next Republican...
Dates: 1860-1862