|1||Allen T. Osborn Reconstruction Oath|
|2||Avery P. Whitener Pension Index Card, 1st Reg.|
|3||Avery P. Whitener Pension Index Card, 9th Reg.|
|4||Avery Whitener World War I Draft Registration|
|5||Ben Hemphill Oath of Allegiance|
Ben was captured at Vicksburg.
|6||Benjamin B. Hemphill - Reconstruction Oath|
|7||Brownlow W. Whitener pension card|
|8||Burgin Family Bible - Births|
Photocopy of the Births page of the old Burgin Family Bible.
|9||Burgin Homestead Fire Newspaper Article|
|10||Calvin Stroud Reconstruction Oath|
|11||Captain Thomas Burke Descendants|
|12||Captain Thomas Burke Snip|
|13||Captain Thomas Hemphill Reference|
Diary entry by Lieutenant Anthony Allaire, British soldier serving under Major Ferguson.
|14||Catherine Schneider Weidner Estate Inventory|
An inventory list of the estate of Catherine Weidner. Transcribed from the book Through Four Generations, by Anne Williams McAllister.
|15||At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.||
|16||Elbert County Militia List, War of 1812|
A snip from Google Books: Historical Collections of the Georgia Chapters, Daughters of the American Revolution, Volume 3 : Records of Elbert County, Georgia, Volume III, Grace Gillam Davidson, editor, (1930; reprint, Vidalia, Georgia: Georgia Genealogical Reprints, 1968), 929.375864., p. 149.
|17||Elias Powell Bible Record|
|18||Elisha Debord Reconstruction Oath|
|19||Elmer Hemphill Military Discharge|
|20||Francis M. Kendrick POW Record|
|21||Francis Marion Kendrick - Reconstruction Oath|
|22||Francis T. Kendrick World War I Draft Registration Card|
|23||At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.||
|24||Hemphill v. Cohutta Banking Company|
|25||Henry Weidner Will Clipping|
|26||Henson Chapman Reconstruction Oath|
|27||J. A. Hemphill on City Committees|
An article in The Chatsworth Times dated 13 Jan 1916.
|28||James & John Burk Land Grant|
|29||James A. McEntire Pension Application|
A page from his pension file.
|30||James A. McEntire Reconstruction Oath|
|31||James Alexander Hemphill World War I Draft Registration Card|
|32||James and Elijah Ellis Indian Removal|
|33||James Baxter guardianship bond of Andrew Baxter.|
|34||James Brookshire Reconstruction Oath|
|35||James Burk 1742 Residence|
|36||James Burk on the Virginia Frontier|
|37||James Burk Sells Virginia Land|
|38||James Burk's Land Location on the Roanoke|
|39||James Burk's Will||
|40||James Burke Indian Story|
A close call. . .
|41||James Burke snip|
Burke's Garden Discovery
|42||James Hemphill Land Grant, p 4.|
|43||James Hemphill Land Grant, p. 1|
|44||James Hemphill Land Grant, p. 2|
|45||James Hemphill Land Grant, p. 3|
|46||James M. Ellis Reconstruction Oath|
|47||James Y. Hemphill - Reconstruction Oath|
|48||John Burch Reconstruction Oath|
|49||John C. McEntire Reconstruction Oath|
|50||John Stroud Reconstruction Oath|
|51||John W. Tucker Reconstruction Oath|
|52||Joseph A. McEntire - Reconstruction Oath|
|53||Joseph Garrett Reconstruction Oath|
|54||Joseph Tucker Reconstruction Oath|
|55||At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.|
|56||At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.|
|57||Lucy Hill Institute - Newspaper Reference|
An announcement that Blanche and Edna Hemphill are among new students at the Lucy Hill Institute during the week. There is a handwritten note that the clipping is from 1906. The name of the newspaper is not on the copy, but based on the date, I think it must be the Murray News.
|58||Madison Ellis CSA record|
Page 4 from his CSA file.
|59||Mariah (Langston) Roberts Pension Application|
A page from her pension file.
|60||Millington Lytle Heir List|
|61||Monteville Roberts - Reconstruction Oath|
|62||At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.|
|63||At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.|
|64||North Carolina Birth Index 1800-2000, McDowell County|
|65||Passenger List of the Johnson Galley, September 18, 1732;page 1|
German passengers to Pennsylvania
|66||Reconstruction Oaths - Martin and Richard O'Neal|
|67||Rex Whitener World War I Draft Registration Card|
|68||Robert Hemphill Elected to City Council|
An article in The Chatsworth Times, date 15 May 1947.
|69||Sutton Quinney Court Document|
This document references Sutton Quinney. I can't read the content and, unfortunately, have lost the link to the document on the Maryland Archives Online website.
|70||T. S. Ellis Reconstruction Oath|
|71||The Misses Hemphill Host an Easter Egg Hunt|
Based on other dates in the clip, this announcement was probably published about April 1916, which means it was likely in The Chatsworth Times.
|72||Thomas Bratcher Hemphill will, p. 554|
|73||Thomas Bratcher Hemphill will, p. 555|
|74||Thomas Debord Reconstruction Oath|
|75||Thomas Kendrick Reconstruction Oath|
|76||Thomas Mackie Will snip|
a portion of Thomas Mackie's Will: snipped from Google Books: Historical Collections of the Georgia Chapters, Daughters of the American Revolution, Volume 3 : Records of Elbert County, Georgia, Volume III, Grace Gillam Davidson, editor, (1930; reprint, Vidalia, Georgia: Georgia Genealogical Reprints, 1968), 929.375864., p. 10
|77||At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.||
|78||William A. Whitener Pension Index Card|
|79||William J. Kendrick Reconstruction Oath|
|80||William McKey McEntire - Reconstruction Oath|