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Mr. John Rhea"s, of Tennessee, motion
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A well-known and practicing physician of Dayton. Rhea County, is a native of East Tennessee, born in what was then Rhea (but now Meigs) County, His parents, James Blevins and Ruth (Rockhold) Blevins, were of English and Irish descent respectively, and both were natives of Sullivan County, Tenn. Mercury-Office, Octo Louisiana treaty. Washington-City, October Yesterday about 5 o'clock, P.M. the Senate ratified the Louisiana treaty Missing: motion book.
Rhea's parents were John Irvin and Bivian Hendrix, who owned a farm in rural West Tennessee. Dr. Mather's parents were Jack and Helen Mather; Mr Missing: motion book. He wrote at once to President Monroe: "Let it be signified to me through any channel (say Mr. John Rhea) that the possession of the Floridas would be desirable to the United States, and in sixty days it will be accomplished." Mr. Rhea was a representative from Tennessee, a confidential friend of both Jackson and Monroe.
Robert H. McEwen Robert P. Currin Scott Terry John Eaton, Jr. A. J. Tipton J. B. Killebrew* John M. Flemings Missing: motion book. Woodrow Sneed, John Loyd Rector, Jr., and Jackie M. West were indicted by the Rhea County Grand Jury for armed robbery. Rector and West pleaded guilty, but Sneed pleaded not guilty. Represented by retained counsel he was then tried, convicted of armed robbery, and sentenced to serve ten years and one day in the State Penitentiary.
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Biography. RHEA, John, a Representative from Tennessee; born in the parish of Langhorn, County Londonderry, Ireland, in ; immigrated to the United States in with his parents, who settled in Philadelphia, Pa.; moved to Piney Creek, Md., in and to eastern Tennessee in ; completed preparatory studies and was graduated from Princeton College in ; member.
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This case commenced March 2,on the complaint filed by Leslie Rhea, d/b/a Leslie Rhea's Landscaping and Grading (hereinafter Rhea), a sub-contractor on a construction project, against the general contractor and Exchange, the surety on the general contractor's payment bond in the amount of $, and other g: motion book.
As to this point the united testimony of Jackson, Rhea, and Judge Overton seems conclusive. Afterward Mr. Monroe, through Rhea, seems to have requested Jackson to burn this letter, and an entry on the general's letter-book shows that it was accordingly burned, 12 April, Robert Morri s, Jr.
be approved as a CRS instructor for their Tennessee approved courses. • Lori W. Jaynes with SunTrust Mortgage, Inc in Knoxville requested that Mr. Tim Bates, Mr. Mike Rhea, and Mr. John Rhea be approved to teach the. Rhea, in a general conversation, whether he had ever intimated to Genl.
(June J ). Monroe, in fact, even disfavored Senator John Forsyth's proposed motion in Congress to authorize the President to occupy East Florida.
"He said Forsyth's project would be war, and if such a bill should be presented to him by. The Rhea Family Papers, containing approximately items, cover three generations, The collection is composed of commissions in the state militia, correspondence, diaries, genealogical data, land records, legal documents (including the will of Matthew Rhea, dated March 8, ), maps, school books, and writings.
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