The records of St. Thomas Church consist of a history of the parish and lists of baptisms, confirmations, communicants, marriages, burials, and offerings of this church located in Fayette County. Records of the Mount Pleasant Church consist of minutes of session; membership and baptismal lists; and birth, death, and marriage records of the church, also located in Fayette County. Records from are of the church at Hickory Withe.
The minutes of the first meeting of the club in October includes names of those present, also business records and membership lists. Library of Congress 7 reels. These are the public and private papers of Franklin Pierce , fourteenth President of the U. This Library of Congress collection consists of correspondence; a diary, ; and drafts of Pierce's Congressional messages, , reflecting his participation in the Mexican War, public affairs, and politics.
Polk, and other prominent individuals of the period. Library of Congress 11 reels. These are the public and private papers of James Monroe , fifth President of the U.
These Library of Congress papers are primarily correspondence, of which a large part relates to the Louisiana Purchase negotiations, the Monroe-Pinkney Treaty, the War of , the Florida Purchase, South American independence, and Virginia politics. Correspondents include Andrew Jackson, John C. Calhoun, Albert Gallatin, and other prominent individuals of the period. This is the diary and other records of a Maury County sheriff and farmer, Nimrod Porter Porter writes of life during the Civil War and Reconstruction, describing guerrilla activities, devastation by the Union and Confederate armies, activities of slaves and freedmen, and the Battle of Franklin, He also has notes on the weather, household and farm accounts, and descriptions of his campaigns for sheriff during the period Library of Congress.
This Library of Congress collection includes correspondence, Van Buren's autobiography, a history of the U. Bank, some of Van Buren's speeches, and legal and estate record books. Correspondents include many prominent individuals of the period such as John H. This is an alphabetical card index to the compiled service records of volunteer soldiers belonging to units from North Carolina who served during the Cherokee removal, referred to in these records as the Cherokee War.
Office of the Adjutant General This is an alphabetical card index to the compiled service records of volunteer soldiers belonging to units from Alabama who served during the Cherokee Removal, Guide available. This is an alphabetical card index to the compiled service records of volunteer soldiers belonging to units from Alabama who fought in the Creek War, This is an alphabetical card index to the compiled service records of volunteer soldiers belonging to units from Alabama who fought in the Florida War.
This is an alphabetical card index to the compiled service records of volunteer soldiers belonging to units from Louisiana who served in the Florida War.
Diplomatic Officers, U. Department of State Records, The records of U. Included for each are name, title or grade, nationality, place of birth, residence when appointed, and date of appointment. Date of death, retirement, transfer, or termination of service is occasionally given. Consular Officers, U. Included for each are name, title or grade, nationality, place of birth, and residence when appointed. Retirement, transfer, or termination of service is occasionally given.
The papers deal with various concerns of the U. State Department including letters of marque, enemy aliens, prisoners of war, requests for permission to sail from the U. Many items are for the period of the War of Morgan County, Two account books, and , of the Board of Aid to Land Ownership of Rugby Colony show deposits and expenditures of the organization. Also included are the papers of Calvin Jones of North Carolina, a physician, landowner and planter, land speculator, veteran of the War of , and public official; the papers of James Wood Jones , a grandchild of Calvin Jones and member of the Tennessee legislature, Among J.
Jones' correspondents are Edward W. Carmack, Isham G. Harris, and Austin Peay. These papers reflect some of the state and national political issues of the period; also the history, social, and cultural life of Hardeman County, as seen through the records of one of the leading cotton planters and slaveholders of West Tennessee. The records consist primarily of minutes of the General Councils; also included are constitutions and bylaws; financial reports; lists of ministers, missionaries, and churches; directory listing Evangelical and Pentecostal Faith groups by state; and reports on the status of publications and financial matters.
Alfred T. Published guide. The records consist of yearbooks, , which were named The American Home Missionary through ; The Christian Register , , containing statistics on Christian churches in Europe and America; The Christian Almanac , , containing names of preachers, sayings, and miscellaneous facts; histories of the church; reports on social, educational, and missionary activities; directories of ministers; and reports of international conventions.
Some volumes are indexed. The records consist primarily of directories of preachers, members, and congregations in the U. These include congregational histories, a list of accredited Bible courses, growth statistics, and lists of missionaries. This collection includes yearbooks of the church, , minutes of the General Council, ; debates and minutes of the National Council, , ; and National Council digests, , These volumes contain biographical sketches; obituaries; historical sketches of churches and schools; compilations of statistics; and alphabetical listings of churches by state.
Collection also includes acts of the National Council of Congregational Churches; names and members of church organizations; lists of religious publications; and information on topics such as slavery, the Bible and public schools, education of freedmen, Indian affairs, marriage and divorce, saloons and temperance, and secret societies. This collection consists primarily of minutes and yearbooks, including minutes of the Cumberland Presbytery, ; minutes of the Cumberland Synod, ; minutes of the General Assembly, ; and yearbooks of the General Assembly, These records contain agendas, resolutions, committee reports, some statistics, church directories and lists of ministers and chaplains.
Most volumes are indexed. The scrapbooks, compiled by Mrs. Also included is genealogical data on Mrs. McMinn County, The church records consist primarily of minutes, , ; membership rolls; letters of recommendation; notices of reception; associational letters; and church statistics for the First Baptist Church of Niota, originally organized as the Baptist Church of Mouse Creek. Also included are a membership roll, baptism, marriage, and funeral records of the Niota Methodist Episcopal Church.
The papers of Andrew Lytle , author, teacher, editor, and native Tennessean, consists of Lytle's personal and professional correspondence; manuscripts of stories; poems, plays, and articles by Lytle and others; journal, , of European travel; and diaries of his wife Edna Barker Lytle and his aunt Mary Nelson. Also included are accounts, biographical and genealogical data, contracts, clippings, land and estate records, reviews, wills, and other miscellaneous items.
Much of the correspondence concerns the Agrarian Movement, which was centered at Vanderbilt University, Nashville, and in which Lytle was active. Correspondents include Herbert Agar, Duncan K. These are papers of Calvin Jones , physician, newspaper editor, planter, and large landowner, who moved to Bolivar from North Carolina in The papers include correspondence, legal documents, deeds, and memoranda relating mainly to Jones' farming and land dealings. Later papers are of other family members, particularly his son Montezuma Jones The collection includes correspondence, obituaries, receipts, estate papers, an oath of allegiance, two Confederate accounts, and a biographical sketch of J.
Norman Mollie Grizzard Scrapbook, This scrapbook consists of newspaper clippings describing local events in Carroll County, such as church activities, picnics, parties, dances, plays, weddings, and deaths; also included are articles on the Macedonia Male and Female Institute and the Huntingdon Male and Female Academy, election returns, genealogical data, poetry, and assorted announcements and programs.
The scrapbooks, compiled by Mamie F. Dyche of Sweetwater, contain information on the early history of Sweetwater and Monroe County. Also included are the sermons of Rev. This extensive collection consists primarily of account books and business records, , of the Rugby Colony, founded by Thomas Hughes in Included are records of payment of sawmill labor, equipment accounts, and other items connected with the establishment of the colony. Also included are letterbooks, ; minutes of the Rugby Social Club, ; records of the Rugby Canning Company; guest register, ; and various land records such as deeds, indentures, leases, maps, grants, and court cases about land.
These are account books of the following merchants: J. Whitehead, for the sale of merchandise, ; J. Murphey and W. McNeill, for the sale of merchandise, ; and James J. Nichols, for the sale of whiskey, brandy, and food, This is a collection of photographs used in Tennesseans, which was published in by the Speed Publishing Company. The collection includes pictures of Tennesseans who were prominent in business, education, religion, medicine, and politics. Gallatin, ; and Shiloh Presbyterian Church Records. Gallatin, The records of the First Presbyterian Church includes minutes of session and congregational meetings; registers of pastors, elders, deacons, communicants, baptisms, marriages, deaths, dismissals; retired roll; financial reports; constitution and bylaws of Women's Foreign Missionary Society; members and minutes of the Willing Workers; historical sketches; and resolutions.
Records of the Shiloh Presbyterian Church, including historical sketches, ; session minutes, ; notes on church services, ; and registers of pastors, elders, and communicants.
Among the evidence is the history of Wigston Magna, an excellent example in the Midlands; Mingay himself has shown the processes of farm enlargement at work for a number of parishes both enclosed and open-field, again mostly in the Midlands, and the material collected by Lavrovsky is especially important. Records of the Mount Pleasant Church consist of minutes of session; membership and baptismal lists; and birth, death, and marriage records of the church, also located in Fayette County. Electronic reference Robert M. I really find me in a better position now after reading this book. The question which obviously follows is the extent to which population growth must be counted as an integral part of rural social change — of the loosening of the traditional ties upon marriage, and of the increased demand for labour — or as an autonomous growth in itself. Barbee, The religious situation in the Fensterwald settlement area of Nashville, Tennessee. Martin, J.
Dyche of Sweetwater, Tennessee, contain information on the early history of Sweetwater and Monroe County. Included are histories of local churches; biographical notes on Judge Leslie Darr d. Warren County, The records of Liberty Church consist primarily of minutes, , and a membership roll containing death dates and other notations.
The collection also contains the membership roll, , of the Friendship Baptist Church; and the May and September, , issues of the Southern Methodist Home Altar. Womack Diary, The diary of J. Womack , lawyer and educator of McMinnville and Nashville, includes recollections of early days in McMinnville; a historical sketch of the Tennessee Press Association; comments and insights on Tennessee politics and government during the s; some notes concerning his service as Captain, Co.
McMinnville, The records of First Baptist Church consist of minutes, , , ; membership rolls, , , , , , ; treasurers' reports, , ; constitution; declaration of faith and covenant; and some notations regarding members excluded from the church. This church was originally called the McMinnville Baptist Church. The records of Main Street Church consist primarily of minutes, which include some financial reports, ; registers listing elders, deacons, communicants, baptisms, marriages, and deaths; and statistical reports to the presbytery.
This church was known as the Cumberland Presbyterian Church until October, Philadelphia, The records of the Cedar Fork Church consist primarily of minutes, ; membership rolls; baptisms; lists of those received and dismissed by letter; historical sketch; lists of pastors, church clerks, and deacons; abstract of faith and church covenant; and rules of decorum. This Loudon County church is in an area, which was once part of Roane County. The records of Bethel Church consist primarily of minutes of session, ; minutes of the Ladies' Aid Society, ; Sunday School records and membership rolls, ; and registers of communicants, marriages, and deaths, Early records contain accounts of charges brought against "back sliding" members.
Houston H. Jones of La Vergne, consist of newspaper clippings dealing with local events and people, primarily in Bedford County, for the period Subjects include activities of school groups; obituaries; club activities; clippings about World War II veterans; an account of ex-slave Simon Landrum d. Springfield, This is an indexed record of individuals interred in Elmwood Cemetery. These records should be used with the records of the Associated Funeral Directors Mf. The records consist of name, age, race, sex, date and place of death, date and place of burial, and other information particular to the records of funeral homes.
Some of the later volumes include cause of death. The records of Trinity Presbyterian Church consist mainly of minutes of meetings of the Nashville Presbytery, ; names of charter members of the church; minutes of session; lists of Sunday School officers, members, elders, and deacons; and baptismal, financial, and statistical records. Jackson County, The records of Spring Creek Church consist of membership lists; minutes of session; records of admissions and dismissals of members and the ordination of deacons; financial records; and minutes of the fifty-second annual session of the Stockton Valley Association of United Baptists, Sparta, The records of First Methodist Church consist of registers of pastors, ; membership lists, ; marriages, , ; baptisms, , ; deaths, ca.
The Masters' theses deal primarily with several aspects of the social, political, and economic history of Tennessee. A list of authors and titles is available. Henderson Roll Indexed. Masters' theses dealing primarily with several aspects of the social, political, intellectual, and economic history of Tennessee and the southern U. Meigs County, The records of Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church, volume 1 contains membership lists, minutes of session and records of deaths and dismissals, Volume 2 contains church school records, , including names of teachers and lists of pupils.
The records of the annual meetings of the association includes names of representatives from member churches and reports of church activities. See Mf. The records of Good Hope Church consist of minutes of session and membership lists which give death dates, for this East Tennessee church. Chattanooga, The records of Second Presbyterian Church contains registers of pastors, ; elders, ; deacons, ; communicants, ; baptisms, ; marriages, ; and deaths, Chronological and alphabetical rolls of communicants, ; index to communicants, ; minutes of directors, ; minutes of congregational meetings, ; a record book, ; and minutes of session, Henry County, Cottage Grove, Records of Walnut Fork Church consist of minutes of church meetings and membership lists, which include baptismal records, death dates, and dismissals for this Henry County church.
Volume 1, ; Volume 2, ; Volume 3, The records of Blood River Church consist of a membership list with some information on baptisms, deaths, and dismissals for this church which was organized in Masters' theses dealing with various aspects of the social, political, and economic history of Tennessee. The records of the annual meetings of the association contain the names of ordained and licensed ministers and church delegates; minutes of meetings; reports of various church organizations; the association constitution; and rules of business and decorum.
This association succeeded the Eastanallee Baptist Association, see Mf. Bernie Moore Collection, The collection consists of three separate items relating to the history of Franklin County. The daybook of the Reeves and Company dry goods store in Winchester, contains lists of materials sold, names of purchasers, and prices paid. The records of the Winchester Polemick Society include the constitution, names of members, and minutes of meetings.
The catalog of the Carrick Academy, located in Winchester, contains the names of students and descriptions of courses. Winchester, The records of Winchester Normal College contain catalogs; commencement programs, , ; sketches; library catalog listing books on various subjects; and issues of the college's monthly publication, The Normal Monitor , The records of Shellsford Church consist of minutes, membership lists, and associational letters, which contain financial and statistical records for this Warren County church.
The records of McKendree Church include the pamphlet Nashville as a World Religious Center, ; a church history; membership and baptismal records, ; Quarterly Conference records, including minutes and membership lists, ; Sunday School records, ; minutes of the meetings of the Board of Stewards, ; and financial and quarterly reports, Weakley County, Volume 1 contains records of the Mud Creek and Macedonia Baptist Churches, ; Volume 2 contains records of the Ralston Primitive Baptist Church, ; Volume 3 contains records of the Macedonia Primitive Baptist Church, an amalgam of the three churches, Records consist of membership lists, minutes of meetings, church covenant, and rules of decorum for this Weakley County church.
The records of the Church of the Advent consist primarily of baptisms, burials, communicants, confirmations, marriages, offerings, and parishioners; also included are a photograph and historical sketch of the church, ca. Volumes 4, 5, 6, 7, and 9 are indexed. Masters' theses dealing with various aspects of the social, political, and military history of Tennessee. Masters' theses dealing primarily with the educational, social, intellectual, political, and economic history of Tennessee. Consuls in Maracaibo, Venezuela.
These are dispatches from U. State Department. These reports cover a wide range of subjects related to social, political, military, and economic conditions in Venezuela, as well as routine matters. Van Buren County, The minutes and memberships rolls of these two rural literary societies based in Spencer, Tennessee recorded the reading interests of the local intelligentsia.
Masters' theses and doctoral dissertations dealing with many aspects of Tennessee 's social, economic, political, intellectual and military history. Masters' theses and doctoral dissertations dealing with many aspects of Tennessee 's social, intellectual, political, economic, and military history.
Masters' theses and doctoral dissertations dealing with many aspects of the social, economic, political, and intellectual history of Tennessee. The genealogical data on Tennesseans was compiled by Paul B. Bass of Gordonsville. A listing in the front of each volume gives the names in the order in which they appear.
Bounty survivors to Tahiti from their erstwhile home on Pitcairn Island. The logbook is illustrated with drawings of marine life and represents a significant document in Anglo-American nautical history. Driver's journal contains a diatribe against Andrew Johnson and post-Civil War politics, and the memoirs of his earlier journey.
Driver, a native of Massachusetts, a sea captain and later resident of Nashville, is most famous for his nicknaming of the American flag "Old Glory. Updated June 16, Tennessee Secretary of State Tre Hargett. Skip to main content. Search Online Content:. Guide to Manuscript Materials : MF. By Nolan L. Nashville, Tennessee Area. By Carolyn V. By Lena B. By John E. By Arthur H. Kinnard Jr. By Joseph William Askew, By Lois H. By Carrie Dunn Denney, B. By Jesse W.
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