Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
This is a report by Dromgoole and Lou Allie Heath concerning the home of their ancestor, Edward Dromgoole. The report also contains information about the Dromgoole family tree. The Heaths compiled this information in 1972.
This collection is a letter from Carrie S. Hall, addressed to her "Dear Cousin," dated from Knoxville, Tennessee, on March 8, 1897.
This collection includes genealogical information and histories of various Tennessee families. The family surnames include: West, Hadley, Stout, Kelly, and Roberts. The collection also includes a Roberts Family attendee list for Washington Presbyterian Church of Corryton, Knox County, Tennessee. The papers include days of birth and death, titles, and places of residence within the family histories. Family origins and members are also listed in chronological order.
The collection consists of one record book with the lineage records of the members of the James White Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. The records are dated up to June 3, 1929.
This collection consists of a genealogical table of the Gaines, Sthrother, and Pendleton families. One of the creators of this table was Judge Edmund Pendleton. He served as President of the Virginia Convention of 1788, which ratified the United States Constitution.
The Genealogy of Horsley Family was created in 1890 by Georges-Frédéric Baillairgé, a Canadian civil servant, engineer, and author. This collection contains "Part II" of his own family history, focusing on the Horsley branch. This manuscript consists of 46 typed pages including biographies of Baillairgé's ancestors and copied letters and poems they wrote.
The letters and other documents in this collection represent the results of Captain Miles M. Elder's research into his Atchley ancestors. Most of the information deals with the five Atchley brothers (Thomas, Daniel, Joseph, Martin, and Abraham) who emigrated from Loudon County, Virginia to Meigs County, Tennessee. A few pieces show Martin Atchley's line specifically. All of the items are copies of the original manuscripts.
This collection includes genealogical information of the Shelburne, descendants of William the Conqueror, and Harvey families. The histories of the Virginia-based families were written by Robert Craig Shelburne. The document is eight pages in length and includes birth dates, death dates, titles, and places of residency for family members. Family members are listed in chronological order over the span of approximately 300 years.
This collection is a genealogy report on the first three generations of the Sevier Family of Virginia and Tennessee.
"The Beals of Hawkins County, Tennessee and Related Lines of Bertram (Portrum), Bogar, Booth, Kuefer (Kiefer) and Lilburn"
In this manuscript, Dixie Lee McCrary enumerates some of John Nicholas Beal's descendants, focusing primarily on Beal's son, also named John, who settled in Hawkins County, Tennessee in the early 1900s. McCrary draws on public and church records from Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, and Tennessee and includes photocopies of some of these documents in her final work. This manuscript was later published as The Beals of Hawkins County.
In this manuscript, Charles G. Burress and Pamela (Anderson) Jensen trace the genealogy of the Burress family from William Burress (then the family's oldest known ancestor) to 1971. The work was later published under the same title.
This collection features information obtained by Thomas B. Paxton, Jr. (between 1902-1930) while researching the John and Rhoda (Morris) Wharton family of Tennessee. Included is material related to Tennessee Senator Jesse Wharton.