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Anderson County Documents
Abstract This collection houses three documents pertaining to tracts of land bought and sold in Anderson County, Tennessee. The first document, dated June 25, 1810, is an indenture for 200 acres of land that Ely Norman sold to Elizabeth Fleener for $60. The second document, dated 1815 and unclear due to water damage, is an indenture for a tract of land sold by Thomas Wilson. The third document, dated February 15, 1839, describes a transaction in which P. Obediah Ashlock sold 150 acres of land to...
Dates: 1810 June 25-1839 February 15
Fentress County Legal Documents
Abstract This collection consists of two legal documents created in Fentress County, Tennessee. The first, dated September 1826, describes an accusation of perjury that James Subtell made against Mitchell H. Fragg, who had accused Subtell of trespassing and stealing on January 15, 1825. This document is incomplete. The second document, dated January 20, 1829, verifies the legality of a deed between Jesse Wood and John Albertson. The deed documents Albertson's purchase of 200 acres of land from Wood...
Dates: 1826 September-1829 January 20
George D. Barnes Collection on Rhea County
This collection contains marriage bonds, land deeds, and other legal documents of Rhea County, Tennessee, dating from 1785 to 1893.
Henley Family Papers
Abstract This collection houses legal documents (including land grants, powers of attorney, wills, land surveys, receipts, tax assessments, and various contracts), letters, an IOU, a stock certificate, and a notebook documenting the Henley and Bayles (also spelled Bailes and Bayless) families in Tennessee. Most of the materials in the first folder show the Bayles family, particularly Reuben, Ervin (sometimes given as Erwin), Daniel, and Milton. The majority of the items in the second folder document...
Dates: 1772 December 29-1906 March 2
Patrick Campbell Document
This document, dated May 1, 1802, records Patrick Campbell's sale of seventy acres of land in Anderson County, Tennessee near Copper Ridge to William Ussery for a fee of $35.
Dates: 1802 May 1