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MT. PLEASANT BAPTIST CHURCH , GREENE COUNTY , MISSOURI, analysis by Jan Lawson 3 7 2009 of "Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church Minutes 1838 - 1870", published by the  Greene County Archives & Records Center, Springfield, MO., Feb. 2008

Tatum Revolutionary Pension Records, from the NARA, provided by Autrey Horner.

Mary Folden, estate record Greene County, Missouri. Provided by Darwin Newton.

Book written by James Luther Tatum ( part omitted ), Provided by Elizabeth Wykes.    

Logan County, Kentucky deed abstracts 1792+. Judith McClung web site.

 

Logan County, Kentucky Marriages 1790-1865. Judith McClung web site.

 

Excerpts of Brunswick County, Virginia Court Orders 1732-1737. The Tatum Archives.

 

Deed Record of Edward Tatum to John, Jesse Jr., and William Tatum, Patrick County, Virginia May 28, 1800. Courtesy of Peggy Williams. 7/5/2001

 

Letter written by Lt. Edward Tatum on May 29th 1829 from Jefferson County. Courtesy of Sara Hill.

 

Letter written by Lt. Edward Tatum on October 26th 1830 from Jefferson County. Courtesy of Sara Hill.

 

Mt. Pleasant Church (Baptist) Celebration the 100th Year Anniversary Address  given by Mrs.Margaret Kelso on Sunday April 3, 1938 Green County, Missouri.

Courtesy of the Partee Center for Baptist Historical Studies, William Jewell College, Liberty,   Missouri.

 

Letter written by D. R. Murphy in 1872 about Rev. William Tatum to R. S. Duncan.

Courtesy of the Partee Center for Baptist Historical Studies, William Jewell College, Liberty, Missouri.

    

Letter written by Lewis F. Tatum Jan 1872 about his father Rev. William Tatum to R. S. Duncan.

Courtesy of the Partee Center for Baptist Historical Studies, William Jewell College, Liberty, Missouri.

 

Letter written by Lewis F. Tatum April 1872 about his father Rev. William Tatum to R. S. Duncan.

Courtesy of the Partee Center for Baptist Historical Studies, William Jewell College, Liberty, Missouri.

 

Letter written by Lewis F. Tatum date unknown about his father Rev. William Tatum to R. S. Duncan.

Courtesy of the Partee Center for Baptist Historical Studies, William Jewell College, Liberty, Missouri.