Franklin County (Tenn.) -- History.
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
The Bean's Creek Baptist Church Minute Book, 1814-1876, includes entries from 1814-1815, 1822-1860, and 1868-1876, for the Old Primitive Baptist Church of Bean's Creek, Tenn. As Church Clerks, members of the Lipscomb and Woods families recorded most of the entries.
This collection contains research, transcriptions of interviews, correspondence, licenses, land grants, wills, deeds, blueprints, and maps documenting Swiss settlement in Tennessee and Kentucky during the 19th and early 20th centuries.
The Tennessee Mill Company Records, 1903-1909, document the business of a flour, corn meal, and feed processing factory in Estill Springs, Tenn. Most of the records consist of correspondence to or from Charles H. Corn, superintendent of the plant.
This collection consists of the farm records and other agricultural-related items of Thomas Franklin Joyce who owned and operated two farms in Winchester, Tennessee for a period of nearly four decades.