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Crime -- Tennessee -- Washington County

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

City of Johnson City Records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: AppMs-300
Arrangement The records are organized into five series: Series 1, Recorder's and City Judge's Dockets; Series 2, Minutes of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen and the Board of Commissioners; Series 3, Ordinance Books; Series 4, Tax Books and Assessor's Rolls; and Series 5, Miscellaneous Records. The three phonograph discs have been placed at the end of the last series.

The first addendum falls into three of the previously designated series of the original acquisition and two new series: Series 3, ...

Edward G. DeVault Collection

 Collection — Other Items 1-2 in Box G
Identifier: 500-AppMs 402
Scope and Contents The Edward G. DeVault Family Papers consists of a physician's notebook belonging to W. B. DeVault and a Washington County, Tennessee Justice of the Peace ledger for Civil District 16 (Leesburg) kept by Samuel Conley, Justice of the Peace.

The physician's notebook describes medical and surgical procedures and identifies many different types of drugs and compounds used in 19th century medical practice. The justice of the peace ledger contains names of plaintiffs and defendants in ...

Washington County, Tennessee Justice of the Peace Form Judgement and Execution Docket is now in the Washington County Archives in Jonesborough, Tennessee. For information and access, call 423-753-0393

 Collection — Other Item 1 in Box D
Identifier: AppMs-215
Scope and Contents The Washington County, Tennessee Justice of the Peace Form of Judgment and Execution Docket contains an account of cases tried before several Washington County, Tennessee justices between 1843 and 1872. The ledger identifies case number, date, names of plaintiffs and defendants, amount of the suit or judgment, name of the returning officer, date of execution, and court costs. The docket identifies several 19th-century Washington County justices including Justices Enoch Kincheloe, Samuel B. ...