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Blount County Tennessee Chancery Court Records 1850 – 1900s

The government of Blount County, Tennessee has created an index for their Chancery Court records covering the years of 1850-1900s. These records are stored in twenty-nine boxes with an archives copy stored on microfilm. This index is reproduced below in a searchable format. Click here to see their pdf version of this index. Chancery court cases contain records of equity cases, some divorces, estate disputes and other private suits.

Masthead of The Maryville Times

History of the Maryville (Daily) Times

First published in 1884 by A.J. Neff & Sons, the Maryville [Tennessee]Times has been in continuous operation under a family ownership model for more than a century. Colonel Andrew Jackson Neff moved his family from his native home of Indiana to Maryville, Tennessee, in late 1883–a year that had seen the closure of several Maryville newspapers. With several years of publishing experience in Indiana, Neff saw a prime opportunity to start a new paper in Maryville. Neff was a Republican and had served in the Indiana legislature (1856-57) and state senate (1871-75), so, unsurprisingly, his newspaper reflected his political leanings. …

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Logan’s Chapel Cemetery, Maryville

Name Maiden Birth Date Death Date Notes Arnold Bailey 11 Apr 1909 14 Aug 2005 Anna Bohannon 24 Feb 1928 12 Jan 2009 Lela Frances Clabough Burnett Clabough 06 Sep 2004 Edward Conn Clendenen 01 Apr 1894 12 Jun 1941 WW I; Son of G.W. & Sarah George Washington Clendenen 05 Mar 1852 26 May 1908 Rev. Sarah Ann Reneau Clendenen Reneau Sep 1854 17 Apr 1940 Wife of Rev. G.W. Infant son of J.E. & M. Gamble 1851 Albert O. Goddard 1869 1955 Albert O. Goddard 1806 1925 Jr. Gusta Massey Goddard 1877 1935 M. K. Goddard 07 Sep …

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History of Blount County Tennessee

Blount County Tennessee lies between the Tennessee River and the great Smoky Mountain, and south of Knox County. It has an area of about 470 square miles, one-sixth of which is mountain land. It is abundantly supplied with water and water power. The principal stream is Little River, which receives the waters of Crooked Creek, Pistol Creek, Nails Creek and Ellejoy. In the southern and western portions of the county are Abram, Nine Mile, Six Mile, Four Mile, Baker and Boyd Creeks. The mineral resources are abundant. In addition to iron and marble. silver and gold are found in paying …

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