A Narrative History of Wise County, Virginia

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The Overmountain Press, 1938 - History - 442 pages
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This history is enriched with personal recollections and reminiscences. Its pages are filled with the names of those individuals who settled, or helped in some way to establish the County, as well as those who are remembered for various other reasons. The fifty-four illustrations include Wise County’s commonwealth attorneys, from the first (1856) to the twenty-first (1935).
  

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Contents

Chapter Page
1
H N SALYER
179
JUDGE E M FULTON
185
JUDGE JAMES M ROBERSON
191
ROBERT PATTON BRUCE
203
W W G DOTSON
213
JUDGE THOMAS M ALDERSON
219
ROSS McCORKLE
225
FRED B GREEAR
243
XXIWISE COUNTY AT AGE OF FOUR YEARS
253
XXIITHIS AND THAT
259
XXIII SCOTT COUNTYS FIRST PUBLIC HANGING
266
XXIV REMINISCENCES OF MRS MATTIE Q EWING
275
XXVIIIONLY A WILLOW TREE
297
XXXIITHE POUND MASSACRE
350
INDEX
417

VERNOY B TATE
233

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About the author (1938)

Charles Johnson served Wise County, Virginia for a total of 40 years, 14 of those spent as the Clerk of the Court.

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