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First Presbyterian Church (Knoxville, Tenn.).

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

First Presbyterian Church Cemetery Record

 Collection
Identifier: MS-1494
Abstract

This collection contains a list of those buried in the First Presbyterian Church Cemetery in Knoxville, Tennessee. The survey was conducted by Roscoe C. D'Armand in 1960, adding to a survey conducted by Dr. Andrew P. White in 1901, when several graves were moved in preparation of construction on the church. The typed document in 35 pages in length.

Dates: 1960

First Presbyterian Church of Knoxville Certificate of Dismission Regarding James W. Deaderick

 Collection
Identifier: MS-1784
Abstract

This certificate of dismission, signed by James Park for the First Presbyterian Church of Knoxville, Tennessee, indicates that James W. Deaderick has been dismissed by his own request and is affectionately recommended to the fellowship of the First Presbyterian Church of Jonesboro, Tennessee. A later hand has added Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Tennessee above Deaderick's name.

Dates: 1885 September 15

Frederick A. Ross Sermon

 Collection
Identifier: MS-3847
Abstract

A pamphlet printed in 1830 of Reverend Frederick A. Ross' "A Sermon on Intemperance," given in Knoxville, Tennessee a year prior.

Dates: 1830

Historical Sketch of the First Presbyterian Church of Knoxville, Tennessee

 Collection
Identifier: MS-0144
Abstract

In this synopsis, Rev. James Park describes the history of Knoxville's First Presbyterian Church. He begins with its founding in 1796, mentions the development of the church's buildings from 1812 to 1852, and ends by noting that the church's first pastor, Samuel Carrick, died on August 6, 1809 of apoplexy. This item is a transcript of the original prepared by John S. Van Gilder on November 11, 1935.

Dates: 1901 August

James Park Photograph

 Collection
Identifier: MS-0999
Abstract

This collection features one photograph of Reverend James Park and his wife, Phebe, in their residence.

Dates: circa 1900

The Good Shepherd

 Collection
Identifier: MS-0710
Abstract In this sermon (entitled The Good Shepherd) Rev. James Park argues that although the shepherd is often considered to fill a humble position, protecting and caring for the flock is an extremely important task that often places its occupant in contact with very powerful individuals. He further contends that because of this combination of responsibility and power, the shepard is an excellent metaphor for Christ. The sermon's cover lists the Biblical text that it is based on (John 10:11, which...
Dates: 1905 April 2