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COUNTY OFFICERS -
1838 and 1839
Transcribed By Cindy Whirley Nelson
S. S. Hogue,
clerk of board
assessor and tax collector
Chisley D. Key,
Board of Police -
John C. Carter, president; Wylie Belsher, James Harris, David Ross,
Lyddal B. Estes.
Deputy Sheriffs -
Mathew Gage, Abner E. Pate, James B. Merchant, John Doan.
Justices of the
Peace - Andrew J. Aldridge, Samuel Dancer, Benjamin Bullard, William
B. Owens, John Kennedy, Thomas Walker, Terrill B. Phillips, James R.
Choat, James W. Tarkington, Samuel C. Jones, David A. Patrick,
William Gatlin, John Pruitt, John Burrell, Derosy Carroll, Joseph
Constables - Josh
Byram, Christian C. Shults, George W. Wilber, Burgess Ijams, William
B. Frost, David Bruton, Valsane G. Lathem, Nicholas H. McMillion,
Joseph B. Dean, Andrew J. Marshall, Wilson Winn, Samuel Stockton,
Kinchen Mathews, Squire Boone, Sherwood M. White, Pinkney Adkins,
Moses Bunn, William Burge.