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Anderson, Isaac G (19894) Southern Claims Commission Card

Blount County Residents in the Tennessee Southern Claims Commission Index

This index lists Blount County Tennessee residents who filed claims with the Southern Claims Commission from 1871 to 1873 which were subsequently investigated, deliberated over, and either allowed or disallowed. These 76 Blount County residents claimed their property had been taken by United States military personnel for use in the Civil War. The date below is the date the claim was either allowed or disallowed. It took up to six years for some claimants to have a disposition for their claim. Barred claims were those where sufficient evidence was not submitted by the deadline on 3 March 1873 so were not considered. …

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Index to Blount County Will Book, No. 1, 1799-1858

The following index was compiled from the transcribed wills created in 1869 from all known records not destroyed previously by fire. This new book was created by James A. Greer under the auspices of a Blount County committee assigned to the task. The original handwritten copy can be found on FamilySearch as Film #888878, Item 1. A typed copy of this recreated wills can be found on FamilySearch Film #24598, Item 2. They record the same wills, one is typed, one is handwritten. You should also search the Blount County Tennessee Probate Cases, Settlements, Guardianships, 1795-1980 which are digital copies …

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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.

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History of the Maryville Republican

In 1847 William B. Scott, a free black, traveled to East Tennessee with his family from their home in North Carolina. After a brief stay in Knoxville, Scott moved to Blount County where he worked as a saddle and harness maker. At the start of the Civil War, Scott moved his family back to Knoxville, where they befriended Reverend Thomas Humes, former editor for the Knoxville Register. Humes arranged for Scott and his son, William B. Scott, Jr., to apprentice as printers at the paper. In 1865, the Scott family moved to Nashville where Scott, Sr. was one of the …

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Blount County Tennessee Death Records

The majority of this listing was extracted from The Maryville Daily Times. Most records cover recent years from 2004-2005. Some of the extractions were submitted by others and are noted as such. Name Age Death Date Funeral Home Hodge C. Allen 74 07 Nov 2004 Smith Mortuary Millie Prater Barton 97 26 Oct 2004 Foothills Funeral Home Edith Giffin Best 94 15 Oct 2004 McCammon-Ammons-Click Jonathan Michael Bilton 15 25 Oct 2004 Miller Funeral Home Franklin D. Blair 48 24 Oct 2004 McCammon-Ammons-Click Daniel Blanchard 50 30 Dec 2004 Smith Mortuary Martha Melinda Bonham 7 m 22 Oct 1856 Extraction …

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Myers Cemetery, Townsend

Name Maiden Birth Date Death Date Notes William M. Boone 07 Jul 1865 19 Apr 1938 Spanish American War; Pvt. Co B, 4 Regt Tenn Inf Elenore Dobkins Brickey  Dobkins 1781 1860 John Brickey  1740 1807 Westmoreland Co., VA William Brickey  1780 1856 Col Bunch’s Regt East Tenn. Militia; War of 1812 W. R. Bryant 12 Oct 1874 12 Jul 1903 Sarah Texana Myers Burns Myers 06 Sep 1868 22 Feb 1898 Anna Ellen Carver 30 Nov 1846 28 Sep 1907 Noah Carver 22 Apr 1851 14 Jun 1937 Elie Caylor 05 Jan 1809 16 Oct 1894 George Huston Caylor …

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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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