Affidavits -- Tennessee.
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Henry G. Killgore Papers
The collection contains the personal and professional papers of Henry G. Killgore, a Justice of the Peace in Cocke County, Tennessee. Included in these documents are legal papers and write-ups, account keepers and receipts, and personal letters to family and friends.
Dates: 1842 October 15-1896 December 8, undated
John Tipton Testimony
Abstract John Tipton gave this testimony during the course of a legal dispute between Cottral Bailey and Andrew Greer that took place in Carter County, Tennessee in 1799. In it, Tipton states that Bailey directed him to give Greer 35 pounds of Virginia money. Instead of paying Greer in cash, Tipton (in his capacity of one of Jonathan Pugh's executors) allowed Greer 35 pounds of credit at the auction of Pugh's estate. Greer was to have six months from the time of the sale to pay his debt. The document...
Dates: 1799 July 25
Samuel Barton Affidavit and Petition
This collection consists of one affidavit and petition for the case of Moses Akels vs. Samuel Barton. The affidavit was witnessed and signed by Andrew Jackson on May 4, 1801.
Dates: 1801 May 4