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
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. McAdams, R. S. Ferguson, Samuel Hunt, and Landon C. Hale.
- Creation: 1843-1872
Conditions Governing Access
The docket is open for research.
0.15 linear feet (consisting of one bound volume)
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Physical Access Requirements
The volume is very fragile and may not be photocopied or scanned using a flatbed scanner.
Method of Acquisition
The Washington County, Tennessee Justice of the Peace Form of Judgment and Execution Docket was donated to the Archives of Appalachia on May 22, 1984 by Mr. and Mrs. Burl Chase of Gray, Tennessee, accession number 1984-068.
Dawn Gentry, Melissa Garant, and Scott Schwartz completed processing and the docket was opened to researchers on February 28, 1992.
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