Land tenure -- Tennessee -- Fentress County.
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
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
John M. Clemens Papers
This collection consists of four documents related to John M. Clemens. Three of these documents concern the planning and funding of the Fentress County Courthouse. The fourth is a land indenture that was filed by Clemens during his time as court clerk.
Dates: 1827 March 20-1833 September 2