Mr. Landon WALLACE is “happy” – there is a new arrival at his home; it is a girl, and weighs 7 1/2 pounds. Source:Blount County democrat. (Maryville, Tenn.), 31 July 1879. Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers. Lib. of Congress. <http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn96091617/1879-07-31/ed-1/seq-3/> Editorial Note: This appears to be the birth notice of Lula B.
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At “Soapstone,” a few miles southwest of town, on Saturday last, a pack of dogs attacked the sheep of Mr. Landon WALLACE, who came upon the dogs when they had killed one sheep and partly eaten it. Mr. WALLACE was accompanied by another man, and the dogs making the attack,
September Sesession 1795 – pg. 8 The perishable estate of George [sic], decd, to be sold after legal publication and also part of the sawmill on Nails Creek. a Bill of Sale from James MARTIN to Revd Gideon BLACKBURN was proved by Robert HOUSTON, a subscribing witness. James MCNUTT was
September Sesession 1795 – pg. 1 On motion of John CRAIG ordered that he have liberty to build a public mill on his own land on Pistol Creek. On motion of Matthew WALLACE ordered that he have his mark and brand recorded, to wit, two half crops of each ear.
Submitted by Matthew Webb ([email protected]) Blount County Tennessee Register of Deeds; Microfilm # 0888887; Vol. CC; Feb. 1869 – Dec. 1870 State of Tennessee Blount County Whereas on the 9th day of Febuary 1850 John Stone executed a Deed of trust to Hiram Hartsell as trustee to secure to Michael
Charles T. Cates, Sr. One of the old members of the bar of east Tennessee, Colonel Cates lacks only two years of having completed a half century as a lawyer. He has had a varied and useful life, and has been a soldier, lawyer, legislator, and otherwise identified with the