9.2 linear ft.
Organized into three series.
Consists of genealogical correspondence; compiled genealogies; photocopies of deeds, indentures and wills; abstracts and transcripts of vital records, deeds, indentures, letters of reference, church parish records, and wills; books, pamphlets, and articles; newspaper clippings;lineage records; census records; tax lists; transcribed narratives; biographies; state and county histories; land grant and petition lists; tombstone transcriptions; militia and muster rolls; Quaker and Baptist records; lawsuits and court case transcripts; and slave vital records and names in various documents. Family names include Anderson, Archer, Jordan, Beeson, Bohannon, Brittain, Parks, Bunker, Bush, Carroll, Crow, Crunkleton, Davidson, Coyle, Dooley, Durham, Everett, Finney, Foote, Francis, Gaines, Garland, Gentry, Glasscock, Gregory, Hardwick, Hervey, Hodgson, Hudson, Hutson, James, Johns, Kelso, Powell, Kyle, Lambert, Lane, Lusk, McCarty, McClaine, Reed, Shelburne, Shelton, Skeel, Stevenson, Stodghill, Struman, Sutherland, Swearingen, Cresap, Tomlinson, Waugh, Wells, Williams, Wood, Herman, Wortman, and Yates families.
Kenyon Stevenson was a Cleveland, Ohio sales manager and advertising executive and an avid genealogist, who compiled family records and wrote genealogies.
Register available in the library An appendix of all family names in the collection is included in the register.