Southern Baptist Historical Library and Archives
Includes four volumes of church business meetings minutes and membership records
Southern Baptist Historical Library and Archives
Records include minutes of church business meetings and membership rolls
Southern Baptist Historical Library and Archives
Includes minutes of church business meetings and membership records
Tennessee State Library and Archives
Consists of an historical sketch about Lincoln County, Tennessee, written by Colonel James Holman of Fayetteville. The sketch was published in 1904 in the magazine section of the Lincoln County News, edited by Henry K. Holman, Jr
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The collection is chiefly correspondence dealing with land transactions in Warren and Lincoln counties, Tenn., and in Limestone County, Ala.; family news; and farm activities. Thomas J. McClellan's interest in Whig politics in Alabama is documented, as is Thomas Nicholas McClellan's political career. Several Buchanan and McClellan family members fought during the Civil War, including William C. McClellan, who wrote home about the first battle of Bull Run and the battle of Fredericksburg, 1862. Matilda McClellan is the chief correspondent in the years after the Civil War. Her letters primarily concern family matters. There are also financial and legalmaterials relating to McClellan family members, particularly land transactions and cases handled by McClellan & McClellan of Athens, Ga., 1880s-1920s
Tennessee State Library and Archives
The Rogers family papers include letters written from Chulahoma (Marshall County), Mississippi, Crawford County, Missouri, and Gibson County and Petersburg, Tennessee. Lincoln County, Tennessee loan contracts and one unidentified photograph are also included
Tennessee State Library and Archives
Records consist of the report of the district meeting, 1942; photographs of district officials; records of church property, 1941-1942; and photographs of churches, pastors, and parsonages in Davidson, Giles, Lawrence, Lincoln, Marshall, Maury, and Williamson counties, Tennessee. Also included are photographs of Martin College, Pulaski, Giles County, Tennessee
Tennessee State Library and Archives
Accounts, correspondence, and legal documents of Joseph Greer and his family. Most correspondence is incoming, from Willie Blount, Abraham Bradley, Daniel Brent, William Lyle, Joseph Moor, Isaac Pitchlynn, D.J. Puckett, and George Wilson. There is one letter written by Joseph Greer to Congressman John Rhea. Account books list transactions in Knoxville, Tenn., Iredell County, N.C., and Lincoln County, Tenn. Most legal documents deal with the sale of land or slaves
Tennessee State Library and Archives
Consists of correspondence, invitations, photographs, clippings, and an historical sketch, all of which relate to the school's history
Tennessee State Library and Archives
Consists of powers of attorney granted to John J. Whitaker, of Lincoln County, Tennessee

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