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Joseph Bates Documents

 Collection
Identifier: MS-3078
Abstract

This collection consists of two documents recording transactions involving Joseph Bates and witnessed by Overton county clerk John Daugherty. The first document, dated November 5, 1838, records Bates' loaning of an enslaved woman of forty named Tiller and a boy of 10 named Thomas to Robert Mitchell. The second, dated August 4, 1845 concerns land sold to Bates by Martin Cox, detailing the exact boundaries of the tract.

Dates: 1838 November 5, 1845 August 4

Joseph Bates Family Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS-3040
Abstract

This collection houses primarily legal documents (including land transfers and deeds) documenting the Joseph Bates family from 1833 to 1919. There are also descriptions of each document and information about the Bates family provided by donor Jerry Brooks.

Dates: 1833-1919, 2007

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