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Trustees of Mossy Creek College, Tennessee.

United States. Congress. House. Committee on War Claims.

Trustees of Mossy Creek College, Tennessee.

by United States. Congress. House. Committee on War Claims.

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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Congress -- Private bills,
  • Bills, Private -- United States,
  • United States -- Claims

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesWar claims, Trustees of Mossy Creek College, Tennessee
    SeriesH.rp.1385
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    Pagination1 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15960589M

    Mossy Creek Press (MCP) is dedicated to the publication of books written by faculty and alumni of Carson Newman College, Jefferson City, Tennessee. Established in , it is owned by Parson's Porch, Inc. of Cleveland, Tennessee. The Executive Director and CEO is David Russell Tullock, a graduate of Carson Newman College. This section of the bibliography covers Jefferson County. It includes the subjects of Carson Newman College, Chestnut Hill, Dandridge, Jefferson City, Mossy Creek, Strawberry Plains and White Pine. PLEASE NOTE that the Tennessee State Library and Archives does not hold copies of all of the items listed in this bibliography.

    J. N. Newman, farmer, was born near Mossy Creek, Jefferson County, Aug , the son of Joseph and Catherine (Cate) Newman. The father, born in Guilford County, N. C., November 8, , was the son of Isaac Newman, also a native of North Carolina, who served in the Revolution, as an American, and came to Tennessee in , and settled at Mossy Creek, . Dr. Albert £ Brown Dr. Albert E. Brown was born at Mossy Creek (Jefferson City), Tennessee, and his mother was a descendent of the Newman family that founded Carson- Newman College in that city. Dr. Daniel B. Nelson graduated from this institution when it was still called Mossy Creek College.

    mossy creek becomes jefferson city in Before two communities, Carsonville on the south and Frame Addition on the west, were in existence. Although these communities were separated from Mossy Creek by farmland, they incorporated in under the name Jefferson City with a charter voted on February 7, In , during the pastorate of Rev. James M. Dale (), Mossy Creek built its own red brick parsonage on ground deeded to the Trustees by Mrs. Albert Dorsey. It is situated adjacent to the church on the South, and was dedicated on by Bishop John Owen Smith.


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Following Tennessee. book ten-year effort of five early East Tennessee Baptists, the school was established as Mossy Creek Missionary Baptist Seminary in The school began by holding classes in a local Baptist church. Within a few years the institution became Mossy Creek Baptist College and occupied its own buildings on the site of the present campus.

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The series is set in a small fictional town in Georgia, and many of the books in the series are collaborations between different authors. This pictorial history of Carson-Newman College illustrates the people, places, and events that have shaped this institution's -Newman College, a private, Christian liberal arts college, is located in Jefferson City, Tennessee, approximately 25 miles east of Knoxville.

In the early s, a number of Baptist leaders desired to offer better-prepared ministers to area. From to he was merchandising at Mill Spring, then moved to Mossy Creek to his present business. He has been postmaster since September 7, He is now one of the trustees of Newman Female College, Mossy Creek, and is a.

Mossy Creek Forum Moments in East Tennessee's Education History. Tuesday, Ap InQuintard and the trustees chose a faculty described as “formidable,” and opened the doors to students.

History of the University of the South, at Sewanee, Tennessee. Inthe trustees of Carson College and the trustees of nearby Newman College for Women (established in ) agreed to merge the two institutions. To celebrate, the men of Carson College–including future Tennessee governor Ben W.

Hooper–marched to the grounds of Newman College and staged a mock wedding. Mossy Creek (Mossy Creek, #1), Reunion at Mossy Creek (Mossy Creek, #2), Summer in Mossy Creek (Mossy Creek, #3), Blessings of Mossy Creek (Mossy Creek. Following a ten-year effort of five early East Tennessee Baptists, the school was established as Mossy Creek Missionary Baptist Seminary inthe school began by holding classes in a local Baptist church.

Within a few years the institution became Mossy Creek Baptist College and occupied its own buildings on the site of the present campus. FROM VIRGINIA TO TENNESSEE. Mossy Creek was founded in when Adam and Elizabeth Sharkey Peck floated down the Holston River with their seven children from Virginia to Tennessee and built their home along the banks of a very mossy creek.

The Peck family had an immediate impact on the area and in building the community. Carson-Newman College [LLC, Books] on *FREE* shipping on eligible orders. Carson-Newman CollegeAuthor: Books LLC.

Jayne receives a blessed gift from the new Santa in town. Pearl and Spiva give Mossy Creek Books and Whatnots—and their sisterly relationship—a needed makeover. Tag and Maggie struggle with the importance of career vs. family. Join us for these stories plus much more fun and Christmas joy in Mossy Creek.

Main his nineteenth year, he entered Mossy Creek College, graduating June 9, In the summer before his graduation he was ordained by the authority of the Sneedville Church - Elders A. Routh, T. Gilbert and J.D. Berry acting as a presbytery. the Mossy Creek Church. Among the other East Tennessee churches he pastored were Riceville, Mouse Creek, Eastanallee, Hiwassee, Mount Harmony, Double Springs, and New Hopewell.

brought the start of the War Between the States and the secession of Tennessee. After commencement in the spring of Mossy Creek. Order of Mossy Creek Hometown Books Mossy Creek Hometown is a multi-author series of novels set in a fictional small town in Georgia.

The authors who write the books in this series include Deborah Smith, Donna Ball, Sandra Chastain, Debra Dixon, Virginia Ellis, Nancy Knight, Martha Shields, Missy Tippens, Martha Crockett and Debra Leigh Smith.

MOSSY CREEK BANK. JEFFERSON COUNTY ET AL. Supreme Court of Tennessee. Janu Appeal from Chancery Court, Jefferson County; E. Taylor, Chancellor.

Bill by the Mossy Creek Bank against Jefferson County and others. Mossy Creek Spring is a spring in Tennessee. Mossy Creek Spring from Mapcarta, the free map. With new trustees, the land was repurchased from Branner and a determination to eliminate the debt arose.

With just two professors, Dr. Jesse Baker and R.R. Bryan, the school reopened in the fall of Baker, who doubled as the pastor of the homeless Mossy Creek Baptist Church, was named president of Mossy Creek Baptist College in Weekly "The Lancet, ; The Dandridge watchman, ; The Sevierville republican, ; The news-bureau, " Mossy Creek, Tenn., became: Jefferson City, Tenn.

The bank will be closed at noon today. He was president of the Mossy Creek Bank, president of the Mossy Creek Woolen Mills, a trustee of the University of Tennessee and a great main-stay of the Carson-Newman College at Mossy Creek.

He owned a dairy and one of the finest farms in the south, stocked with the finest breeds of cattle. Judge of the superior Court of North Carolina, Washington District, Judge of the territory of the United States, south of the River Ohio, U.S.

Boundary Commissioner, Appointed a charter member of Blount College, Judge of the Superior Court of Tennessee, Charter trustee of Tennessee Academy, Rhea County. Taught Greek and Latin at Carson College: President of Carson College: Carson College entered agreement with Commission of Indian Affairs to educate Cherokee Indian boys and girls: Seminary chartered as Mossy Creek Female Academy.

Trustees changed name to Newman Female Seminary but commonly referred to as Newman College.Lawyer. Assistant Provost Marshal, Confederate Army, Knoxville, Captain and Judge Advocate Military Court of Confederate Army. Elected a Trustee of University of Tennessee, First President of City National Bank of Knoxville.

President of Mossy Creek Bank. Trustee of King College, Bristol, and of Synodical Female College, Rogersville.A Day In Mossy Creek (The Mossy Creek Series Book 5) by Deborah Smith, Debra Dixon, et al.

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