Marriage certificate for Charles Harrell and Sally Henderson, "colored." The marriage certificate is from Madison County, Tennessee, issued December 28, 1868. The marriage was solemnized January 5, 1869.
5th Tenn. Confederate Veterans. The photograph was taken in front of the Confederate Memorial in Paris, Tennessee. An inscription on the back lists the following individuals: "Top row: A. H. Hancock, J. W. Bowden, Pack Orr, J. Watt Allen, Jack...
5th Tenn. Regt. Confederate Veterans Reunion in Paris, Tennessee. The photo was taken on the Paris court square, in front of the Confederate memorial. Please note: This image is from the Paris-Henry County Heritage Center.
Shadowbox containing Spencer bullets, .69 and .58 caliber bullets, pocket knives, and button pieces. All of the materials in the shadowbox were dug at Parkers Crossroads Battlefield in Henderson County, Tennessee.
Collection of items reported to be Civil War relics. The collection includes: 3 cannonball fragments, 1 lock, 3 belt buckles, 1 "three-ringer" bullet, 1 spoon fragment, 1 knife, and fragments of camp lanterns.
Confederate veterans' reunion at New Friendship Church in Henderson County (now Chester County), Tennessee. The children of Allen Kincaid Jones and young people with musical instruments are included in the image.
J. S. Burrow writes his brother from Chester County detailing his financial problems, his inability to collect money until cotton comes to market, his desire to move from Jacks Creek for better money-making opportunities, and his fear that he will...