Fudge Family Papers
Scope and Contents
The Fudge Family Papers consist of Fudge Family diplomas (most from East Tennessee State College); a folder of genealogical material including a typed copy of Thompson McGhee's will and a copy of "Traditions of the Fudge Family" by Joe Fudge of Alleghany County, Virginia; and some certificates awarded to Helen Fudge Crabb.
- 1932-1971, undated
- Fudge family (Family)
Conditions Governing Access
The collection is open for research.
Conditions Governing Use
There are no restrictions on the use of this collection.
0.25 linear feet
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Method of Acquisition
The Fudge Family Papers were donated to the Archives of Appalachia by Mary Ann Range of Johnson City, Tennessee on July 15, 2000 and February 10, 2005, accession numbers 2000-041 and 2005-030.
Two books were cataloged for the Archives book collection:
Crowe, Ruth Amis. New Providence Presbyterian Church, Stony Point, Surgoinsville, Tennessee, 1780-1980: A Historical Collection, 1980.
Taylor, Sharon. The Amazing Story of the Fudges in America, 1982.
The first accession was processed in September 2002 by Ned Irwin. Jen Bingham reprocessed the collection in November 2022 to incorporate the 2005 addition.
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