Tate, Thomas L. Papers, 1812-1863

Held by The Filson Historical Society 

Creator:  Tate, Thomas L. 

Title:  Papers, 1812-1863 

Rights: For information regarding literary and copyright interest for these papers, contact the Collections Department. 

Size of Collection:  0.33 cubic feet 

Location Number:  Mss. A T217 

Scope and Content Note 

The Thomas L. Tate Collection is contained in nine folders and is in one box. It spans 1812-1863 and is made up of personal correspondence; items pertaining to the 22nd Infantry Regiment of the Kentucky Militia, such as muster rolls, annual reports, regimental orders, and correspondence; Benjamin Taylor’s letters, accounts, and receipts; John Sutcliffe’s letters about wool carding; an itemized bill for fabrics bought from R. G. Graham & Company in l828; and an 1830 commission report on moving the road from Georgetown to Frankfort. Collection also includes personal lists, miscellaneous receipts, and land papers. 

Biographical Note 

Thomas L. Tate of Franklin County, Kentucky, was an officer in the 22nd Infantry of the Kentucky Militia. 

Folder List 

 Folder 1: Correspondence, 1822-1828 

Folder 2: Accounts, 1812-1828 

Folder 3: Receipts, 1820-1863 

Folder 4: Land Papers, 1822-1849 

Folder 5: Military Correspondence, 1822-1833 

Folder 6: Annual Returns / Muster Rolls, 1820-1833 

Folder 7: Regimental Orders, 1824-1833 

Folder 8: Broadsides, no date 

Folder 9: Miscellaneous, 1824-1832