Montgomery County (Tenn.) -- History.
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Consider Parish Letter
In this letter to John Mitchie, Reverend Consider Parish reports the formation of the Montgomery County Bible Society (an auxiliary of the American Bible Society) on June 17, 1837. The original letter was signed by Reverend H. F. Beaumont (President), John McHeage (Treasurer), and Reverend Consider Parish (Corresponding and Recording Secretary).
Unsigned Letter to
My Dear Annie regarding the treatment of slaves
Collection consists of part of an unsigned letter written to My dear Annie, dated July 4. The year not given, and the letter is incomplete, lacking one or more pages. Much of the letter deals with the writer defending the treatment of enslaved people by southerners. Also writes that her husband, a Presbyterian minister, and her had to move from Kentucky to Clarksville, Tennessee to avoid factionalism within the church.
William G. Brownlow Appointment of Joseph C. Gold
This certificate, signed by William G. Brownlow on April 10, 1866, appoints Joseph C. Gold a Justice of the Peace in Montgomery County, Tennessee.