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Greene County (Tenn.) -- History.

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

39th Tennessee Regiment and 3rd Tennessee Militia Muster Rolls

Identifier: MS-0733
Abstract The first of these muster rolls lists the officers and men serving in the four divisions of the 2nd Battalion of the 39th Tennessee Regiment as of June 20, 1812. The list was compiled by the unit's commander, Thomas Smith, and sent to the Regiment's overall commander, Major Henry Henegar. The second muster roll documents the officers and men serving in the four divisions of the 3rd Tennessee militia as of June 19, 1812. This formation was commanded by Captain Walter Clark (who compiled the...
Dates: 1812 June 18-20

Fox Family Papers

Identifier: MS-1714

This collection includes the papers of a multitude of Fox family members, including Andrew Fox Sr. and his sons Andrew, Ezekiel, Henry, and Isaac. Also included are the papers of an additional son, James A. Fox; his son, James A. Fox Jr.; and grandson, James S. Fox. The majority of these papers are comprised of correspondence, receipts, property deeds, and grants. Also included is a collection of family photographs.

Dates: 1787-1925

Greene County Court Documents Regarding William Crumley v. William Luster and Thomas Justis

Identifier: MS-0150
Abstract These documents show the case of William Crumley v. William Luster and Thomas Justis, which was heard before the Greene County Circuit Court between 1818 and 1820. Crumley filed the suit on October 29, 1818 alleging that Luster and Justis had seized a 200 acre parcel of land belonging to him and unlawfully imprisoned him in a structure on it. Luster and Justis were tried and convicted on March 10, 1820 but were granted leave to appeal their case. A new trial took place in September of 1820,...
Dates: 1818 October 29-1821 April 2

"The History of Main Street, Greeneville, Tenn."

Identifier: MS-1004

This collection includes a handwritten manuscript of William Walter Harman's The History of Main Street, Greeneville, Tenn. written in 1920. The manuscript is written in two bound journals.

Dates: 1920