Location: Elizabethton Tennessee

Letter from Thomas D. Love to John Blair

Letter from Thomas D. Love to John Blair Dear Sir: Elizabethton, Tenn, Jan. 20th, 1829. I have discerned from the newspapers Fifth Census, or enumeration of the people is about to be taken. What method will be adopted by Congress for taking, has not appeared in the papers that I take. Should a different plan be thought advisable by Congress to take the enumeration, than the old method of taking it, towit: by the marshals of the different states under the instructions of the Secretary of the United States, and the authority of doing it be place in other, men,

Saraphina C. Love – Will

(16 Jul 1846) Last Will of Saraphina C. Love, Sister of my Father, Robert Love, -F.D. Love Monday October, Term 1845 State of Tennessee. Carter County At a meeting of the County Court opened and held in the Court House in Elizabethton on the 5th day of October 1845 Present the Worshipful- Isaac Tipton, Chairman, John Carrriger, Henry Little, George Emmet, George D. Peoples, WM. W. Smith, Thos. Gourley and Johnston Hampton Esqrs. The last Will and Testament of Saraphina C. Love was exhibited and Read in open Court and proven by Nathaniel G. Taylor and Alfred W. Taylor, the

Gervais, Donnie

Baker City, Baker County, Oregon Donnie Gervais, 74, of Baker City, died Feb. 19, 2005, at St. Elizabeth Health Services. At her request, cremation was held. Inurnment will be at Mount Hope Cemetery. Ms. Gervais was born on Nov. 21, 1930, at Elizabethton, Tenn., to Samuel and Myrtle White Cole. She came to Baker City from California and worked as a waitress in various restaurants in Baker City and for the Haines Steak House during the 1980s. She loved to make handmade quilts, crochet and knit. She enjoyed her home and took pride in it. She was a very family-oriented