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The Montgomery papers, 1817-1913

compiled by Olga Edwards
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Tacoma, Washington : O. J. Edwards, 1964
iv, 51 leaves.

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"The Montgomery papers are in the possession of Joe Sharp, local historian, of Sevierville, Tenn. who is a descendant of Alexander Montgomery and whose home is on part of the old Montgomery estate."--Introd.

Includes index.

"Alexander Montgomery died 12/19/1817 at his home near Sevierville, Tennessee. His wife Margaret b. between 1750 and 60 ... died 12/12/1830. They settled in the late 1700's on 263 1/2 acres on the West fork of Little Pigeon River."--Introd. Descendants and relatives lived in Tennessee, Missouri and elsewhere.

In addition to Montgomery family information, the papers include a partial tax list of 1820 or 1822 for Sevier County, Tennessee. Also included is a school census for 1892 apparently taken by Robert A. Montgomery. Names in these two items are not included in the index.

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