Tennessee State Library and Archives
Primarily papers of the Dr. John Bell Crockett family, including correspondence, diaries, financial records, two doctor's daybooks, genealogical files, land records, photographs, and a Williamson County (Tenn.) Methodist Church register. In addition to correspondence of Dr. Crockett and his wife, Nancy Sayers Crockett, there are also letters of their children, Annie Bell Crockett (chiefly genealogical in nature), Kathrine Crockett Beale, Ossian Crockett (also a physician), and Margaret Bell Crockett, who studied music in Vienna, Austria from 1904 to 1906. Kathrine Crockett Beale's husband, George L. Beale, a Methodist minister, is also represented in the collection. Genealogical files primarily cover the families of Allen, Bass, Beatty, Bell, Chapman, Crockett, Edmondson, Edwards, Germain, Johnston, Sayers, and Simmons
Tennessee State Library and Archives
Civic, business, and personal papers of R.E. Barclay, as well as Barclay's collection of the papers of Julius E. Raht, early resident of Ducktown, Tennessee. Barclay's papers include correspondence (general, political, and that related to Barclay's book Ducktown back in Raht's time), diaries (1925-1967), scrapbooks, and legal documents. Topics include copper mining, Barclay's writings, and Polk County business, history, politics, and schools. Included in the latter are papers relating to Barclay's participation in the Good Government League of Polk County. Some documents relate to Barclay's World War I service. In addition, ten packages hold 19th and 20th century newspapers collected by Barclay, including newspapers from Chattanooga, Knoxville, Polk County, Cleveland (Tenn.), Nashville, and a few 19th century newspapers from Georgia, Maryland, New York, North Carolina, and Ohio. The Julius Raht papers include correspondence (1858-1877), financial records (1856-1879), and letterbooks ... Read More
Tennessee State Library and Archives
Personal papers as well as genealogical and historical research papers. Also includes some collected county records for Hardeman County, Tennessee and typescripts of newspaper clippings from the Jackson sun (1933-1959). Black's diaries (1933-1959) and correspondence reflect his interest in local history and genealogy. Family names on which data appears in the papers are Black, Walton, Fitzhugh, Crain/Crane, Exum, Pirtle, Shearin, and Hunt. Volume XL includes a typescript of the diary of Dr. John Robert Westbrook
Chattanooga-Hamilton County Bicentennial Library
Diaries, photographs, deeds, correspondence, tax receipts, financial records, postcards, court records, genealogies, biographies, newspaper clippings, memorials, church minutes, census data, obituaries, cemetery transcriptions, war service records, and various items copied from published sources relating to the Roark and Conner families who settled in northern Hamilton County, Tenn., during its early history -- Besides family history the collection also includes references to the growth and development of Hamilton County, James County, and the communities of Birchwood, Georgetown, Ooltewah, Salem, and Chattanooga, and information about family members who migrated westward to Arkansas, Texas, and beyond with much of the later collection containing photos and documents pretaining to life in Texas in the early 20th century. Other families in the collection are Palmer, Carr, Shropshire, Moon, Talley, Witt, Stulce, Swaim, Honea, Gross, Glover, Killian, Eslick, and Wilson
Tennessee State Library and Archives
Cemetery records, clippings, correspondence, court records, diaries, genealogical data, organizational records, biographical and historical sketches, and other documents collected by Jill Garrett, primarily concerning Maury County, Tennessee and other middle Tennessee counties located along the east bank of the Tennessee River. Material on northern Alabama is also included. Of special interest are the Maury County court case files and court records (1809-1896), which are original loose records. The court records series contains an especially large collection of road records for the county
Chattanooga-Hamilton County Bicentennial Library
Enlisted as lieutenant in Tennessee 3rd Infantry Regiment (also known the 3rd Tennessee Mounted Infantry Regiment); promoted to captain

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