BLOUNT COUNTY, TENNESSEE
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Married
At Louisville, Blount County, on Thursday the 18th inst., by Rev. S. A. Taylor, Mr. James D. Temple, to Miss. Victoria, daughter of Col. Hiram Heartsill, all of Louisville.
In Knox County on Monday the 22nd inst., by Esquire Nelson, Mr. Samuel C. Swan to Miss. Mary L., daughter of B. L. Warren of Louisville, Blount County.
The East Tennessean
September 26, 1856

Article transcribed and submitted by Glenn Teffeteller.

Miscellaney
John Davis, charged with killing Capt. John McCoy of Greenville, has been granted bail of $5,000.
Near Mt. Horeb, Jefferson Co., we learn that M. M. Lester seriously wounded the head of Russell Walker. Lester fled.
Mrs. Sarah E. Gault departed this life at Montvale Springs, Sept. 1st, at 2 o’clock. The deceased was the wife of Dr. S. H. Gault, formerly of this place, and now residing at Louisville. He has our heartfelt sympathies in his loss.
We learn that Andrew A. Coulter, of the 14th district, was bitten just below the ankle bone last Wednesday by a spotted viper. He suffered severely but at last accounts was doing well.
We are informed that, last week, Mr. Cummings’ store at Louisville was entered, and found open in the morning, but the only loss discovered was that of a water-melon.

The Circuit Court
Hon. James Sevier presided at the last term of the Circuit Court at Maryville. The officers of the court speak in high praise of the able and impartial manner in which he held the scales of justice. There was only one jury case, and that was the case of the State vs. James Tate, who was convicted of horse-stealing and sent to the penitentiary for seven years.
Maryville Index
September 4, 1878

Article transcribed and submitted by Glenn Teffeteller.


Religious and Literary Intelligencer
Tuesday, July 24, 1832


Maryville Intelligencer
August 19, 1837



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