Lee family collection, ca. 1613-1924

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Nashville, Tennessee : Tennessee State Library and Archives, [197-?]
1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.


Microfilm of ms. and typescript collection.

Contains Kite family Bible records, ca. 1843-1924 -- Notes on the family of John Lee of Johnston County, North Carolina -- Will of William R. Lee, Johnston County, North Carolina, 1848 -- Will of Edward Lee, Johnston County, North Carolina, 1821 -- Family group sheets: Andrew Lee (b. ca. 1791) of Mason County, Kentucky; Andrew Lee (b. ca. 1781) of Virginia, and Harlan County, Kentucky; Andrew Lee (b. ca. 1784) of Campbell County, Virginia; Henry Lee (1756-1818) of Virginia and Georgia; Henry Lee (b. 1729) of Westmoreland County, Virginia; Richard Lee (1681-1740) of Virginia; Hancock Lee (1650 or 1653-1709) of Virginia; Richard Lee (1613-1664 of England and Virginia -- Copy of a petition to organize a campany of riflemen men in Rogersville, Tennesse, 1806 -- Marriage certificate for Albert Rausher and Mary J. Lee, Hamblen County, Tennessee, 1879 -- Deed, Albert Rausher to Thomas C. Cain, 1883 -- Deed Louisa Rausher to Lou R. Flynn, her daughter, Hamblen County, 1881.


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