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John Rhea, of Tennessee, to his constituents.

John Rhea

John Rhea, of Tennessee, to his constituents.

by John Rhea

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Published by s.n. in [Washington, D.C.? .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • United States -- History -- 1817-1825.

    • Edition Notes

      ContributionsJames Madison Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE302 .M192 1783 vol. 4, no. 38
      The Physical Object
      Pagination8 p. ;
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1365112M
      LC Control Number92838575

      Day, John Henry, Jane 17 May Tennessee Rhea County Day, Susanna Henry, John 05 Dec Tennessee Rhea County Gibson, Jane Henry, John 01 Jun Tennessee Rutherford County Bradshaw, John Henry, Oney 04 Sep Tennessee Sumner County Henry, John J. Kirk, Nancy 30 Jan Tennessee Sumner County Henry, John Mitchell, Becky M 20 Dec.   Representative John Young Brown of Kentucky is the only known Member-elect to have had his swearing-in delayed due to his age. Elected as a Democrat to the 36th Congress (–) at contemporary newspapers accounts described him as “a youth of remarkably fine qualities of heart and intellect,” and “a young but able and.

      44 26 Apr James McDaniel and John McIntosh of McMinn Co and Samuel Parks of Monroe Co. by his Atty. In fact James McDaniel to James C. Mitchel and Thomas Kelly of Rhea Co.; John McIntosh’s Reservation on South Fork of Mouse Creek. 45 28 Feb Archibald Fitzgerrell to James Standfield: land in Franklin Co., West Tennessee. Cobb was born in Rhea County, Tennessee, on June 8, , to David Cobb and Martha Bryant Cobb. In , his father settled on a cotton plantation in Bellefontaine or Bellafonte, Madison County, where Cobb spent most of his ing little formal education, he tried his hand selling clocks and then worked as a merchant, achieving reasonable success in this .

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John Rhea, of Tennessee, to his constituents by John Rhea Download PDF EPUB FB2

RHEA, John, a Representative from Tennessee; born in the parish of Langhorn, County Londonderry, Ireland, in ; immigrated to the United States in with his parents, who settled in Philadelphia, Pa.; moved to Piney Creek, Md., in and to eastern Tennessee in ; completed preparatory studies and was graduated from Princeton College in.

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Find more information about: OCLC Number: Notes. Rhea, Joseph Rhea, John Sevier, Gerard Troost and F.K. Zollicoffer. A journal was kept by the Reverend Joseph Rhea on his voyage to America in the brig “George” in The commonplace book of James Rhea, spanning the yearscontains a few accounts, a little family news, one or two recipes, and sundry Size: 57KB.

John Rhea, of Tennessee, to his constituents Washington, April 8, Signed by John Rhea. Page Order: Leaflet Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML.

John Rhea, pioneer, statesman, and early advocate of higher education, was born in northwest Ireland in He was the son of Joseph Rhea, a Scottish Presbyterian minister transplanted to Ireland, and Elizabeth McIllwaine, also Scots-Irish.

49 -- John Rhea Letters, 35 items. 1 reel. 35 mm. Microfilm Only Collection. These are letters of John Rhea (), a Congressman from Sullivan County, The letters were written to Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, James Monroe, and Andrew Jackson and deal mainly with political events of the period.

John Randolph Neal Jr. (Septem – Novem ) was an American attorney, law professor, politician, and activist, best known for his role as chief counsel during the Scopes Trial, and as an advocate for the establishment of the Tennessee Valley Authority in the s and s. He also taught law at the University of Denver and the University of Education: University of Tennessee, A.B.

A well-known and practicing physician of Dayton. Rhea County, is a native of East Tennessee, born in what was then Rhea (but now Meigs) County, His parents, James Blevins and Ruth (Rockhold) Blevins, were of English and Irish descent respectively, and both were natives of Sullivan County, Tenn.

The Rhea Family Papers, containing approximately items, cover three generations, The collection is composed of commissions in the state militia, correspondence, diaries, genealogical data, land records, legal documents (including the will of Matthew Rhea, dated March 8, ), maps, school books, and writings.

Rhea enclosed a pamphlet entitled Debate on the Spanish Treaty, in the House of Representatives (Washington, ; Shoemaker ), which included a copy of his speech on the Spanish treaty given on 4 Apr.and a circular letter to his constituents, dated 8 May JM’s copy of the pamphlet is in the Madison Collection, Rare Book and Special.

Rhea, Mather. Karen Ann Hendrix Rhea and John Hugh Mather were married on August 20 at the bride's home in Franklin, Tennessee by Dr.

Will Berger and. Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag. Saved in: State of the accounts of Samuel Rhea, Esquire, late lieutenant of Northampton County, from the time of his appointment April 1st,until his resignation June 1st, John Rhea, of Tennessee, to his constituents by: Rhea, John, Published: () Mr.

Rhea's motion. John J. Duncan Sr., congressman and mayor of Knoxville, was born on a farm in Scott County, the sixth of ten children of F. and Cassie Duncan. Duncan attended the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and inwhile a student there, married Lois Swisher. During World War II he served as a criminal investigator for the U.S.

Army. Five other companies joined them, and the Sixteenth Tennessee Battalion of cavalry was organized by the election of John R. Neal, of McMinn County, as Lieutenant Colonel, and F. Paine, of Rhea County, as Major, the Rhea County company becoming Company "C" of the battalion—Neal's battalion - and the Twelfth Tennessee Battalion formed what.

Compare DNA and explore genealogy for John Rhea born Sneedville, Hancock County, Tennessee died Sneedville, Hancock County, Tennessee including parents + descendants + DNA connections + more in the free family tree community. login. John Carter Rhea ( - ) John Carter. : Martha Jane (Mccollum) Rhea.

The Holy Bible is the official book of Tennessee in the view of the Tennessee House of Representatives. Despite questions of constitutionality, lawmakers beat back an attempt to make Andrew. ~An author of many bills put before Congress, now preserved with 'The Rhea Papers' in the Tennessee State Library and Archives in Nashville.

~John retired and resided on the Joseph Rhea Jr. plantation near Blountville, Tennessee, where he died ~His portrait and his sword are displayed in the Tennessee State Museum in Nashville. Although slaves were numerous in W Tennessee, and to a lesser extent in Middle Tennessee, and free blacks were subjected to a series of discriminatory regulations, the state was pro-Union; it voted in the presidential election of for its own John Bell, candidate of the moderate Constitutional Union party.

Secession was rejected in a. Images from Anne Gillette with this message. The photos I am including are of Sarah Jane Poe and Joseph B. Poe (and family), children of David Poe b and his wife Martha Petty.

b Sarah Jane Poe b 26 Apr in Rockingham Cty, NC d 16 Dec in Weakly Cty, TN and married John Perry Doherty b 25 Jan Lincoln Cty, KY, d 29 Apr Benton Cty, TN.John Sevier: Tennessee's First Hero [Belt, Gordon T., Nichols-Belt, Traci] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

John Sevier: Tennessee's First Hero/5(8).For an area of Tennessee where little is published, this is a wonderful addition to anyone s library of Tennessee materials. There are o names in the index of names and places.

Example: Died, In this city on the morning of the 22d inst. Mrs. Mary E., wife of James Hamilton, Esq. Charleston (S.C.).