William and Adelicia Cheatham. by United States. Congress. House

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  • United States. -- Congress -- Private bills,
  • Bills, Private -- United States,
  • United States -- Claims

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Other titlesClaims, Cheatham, William and Adelicia
SeriesH.rp.116
ContributionsUnited States. Congress. House. Committee on Claims
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
Pagination34 p.
Number of Pages34
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Open LibraryOL15958422M

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William Archer Cheatham was a noted physician and the third husband of Adelicia Hayes Franklin Acklen Cheatham, the mistress of Belmont Mansion in Nashville. Cheatham was born in Springfield, TN, to General Richard Cheatham and his wife, Susan Saunders Cheatham.

After studying at the University of Nashville, Burial: Mount Olivet Cemetery, Nashville, Davidson. At the end of the war, she sold the cotton, netting $, in gold for her efforts.

Four years later she married Dr. William Cheatham, a highly regarded Nashville physician. Adelicia’s legacy in Nashville’s culture and history is remarkable, and her Belle Monte Mansion still reflects its rich heritage. Joseph Alexander Smith Acklen was a lawyer, slave owner, and veteran of the Texas Revolution, best known as the second husband of Adelicia Hayes Franklin Acklen Cheatham, and the father of U.

Representative Joseph H. Acklen. Antebellum medical reformer William A. Cheatham was born William and Adelicia Cheatham. book Springfield inthe second son of Robertson County's General Richard Cheatham () and Susan Saunders ().

He received his medical degree in March from the University of Pennsylvania Medical School. In he married Mary Emma Ready of Murfreesboro. Adelicia Franklin Acklen Cheatham (born Hayes) was born on month dayat birth place, Tennessee, to Oliver Bliss Hayes, Sr and Sarah Clemons "Sally" Hayes (born Hightower).

Oliver was born on May 21in South Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts. InAdelicia married Dr. William Cheatham, a prominent Nashville physician.

Their wedding reception took place at Belmont, with about 2, guests in attendance. By the s, Adelicia began spending more time in Washington, D.C., often with her only surviving daughter, Pauline. 17 pages total front and back. Something went wrong. View cart for details.

Corporate Author: United States. Congress. House Additional Titles: Cheatham, William A. and Adelicia, Claims Published: Washington: [publisher not identified], The garden is located at Belmont University, Belmont Blvd.

Nashville, TN About Adelicia Acklen. Adelicia Acklen, Portrait by William Brown Cooper Adelicia Hayes Franklin Acklen Cheatham (Ma – May 4, ), best known as Adelicia Acklen, became the wealthiest woman in Tennessee and a plantation owner in her own right after the death of her first husband, Isaac.

The item Adelicia Cheatham. Febru -- Committed to the Committee of the Whole House and ordered to be printed., (electronic resource) represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Bowdoin College Library.

Adelicia Hayes. Isaac Franklin. Joseph Acklen. William Cheatham. Children. Over the course of her three marriages, Adelicia had ten children. Only four would survive to adulthood, Joseph, William, Claude, and Pauline. Joseph Hayes Acklen. To donate books from the period, call ABOUT BELMONT MANSION A National Historic Site sinceBelmont Mansion is open daily for guided tours, Monday-Saturday from 10 a.m.

to 4 p.m. This person is not listed in the or directory. A William (Billy) Acklen died Jage He was born in Tennessee, married, and resided on Deluge Street. He died of dysentery, and his death was certified by Dr. Richard Cheatham [son of Adelicia’s third husband Dr. William A. Cheatham].

He was buried at Mt. Ararat Cemetery. Adelicia Acklen Cheatham has appeared in the following books: A Note Yet Unsung (Belmont Mansion, #3). Q: Whatever became of William and Adelicia Cheatham.

book Acklen, her third husband, Dr. William Cheatham, and the Belmont Mansion. A: Months before Adelicia’s death inshe sold her beloved Belmont. Init was opened as a women’s academy and junior college. Inthe school merged with Ward’s Seminary and was renamed Ward-Belmont.

The item Adelicia Cheatham. Febru -- Committed to the Committee of the Whole House and ordered to be printed., (electronic resource) represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Bates College. Together, they have four children, Joseph, William, Claude, and Pauline who all survive into adulthood.

Unfortunately, Adelicia loses another husband in About four years later, Adelicia marries a final time to Dr. William Archer Cheatham where. William Cheatham has appeared in the following books: A Note Yet Unsung (Belmont Mansion, #3).

William Oakly Cheatham was born on October 21in Stephens, Ouachita, Arkansas, USA, to William Bryan Willie Cheatham and Mary Leah Mamie Cheatham.

William had 6 siblings: Catha Lou Wilson, Carrie Cheatham, Wilson Dufer Cheatham, James Clyde Emmett Cheatham, Leo Cheatham and Robert Theophilus Bud Cheatham. prominent Nashvillians after the war and later wrote the defi nitive book on Tennessee archaeology.

Major General Benjamin Franklin Cheatham of Nashville fought in every major battle of the Army of Tennessee. His corps held the right fl ank on the fi rst day of the Battle of Nashville, but lost the left fl ank the following day. - William Archer Cheatham was a noted physician and the third husband of Adelicia Hayes Franklin Acklen Cheatham, the mistress of Belmont Mansion in Nashville.

Cheatham was born in Springfield, TN, to General Richard Cheatham and his wife, Susan Saunders Cheatham. After studying at the University of Nashville. The character driven novel follows the fortunes of Adelicia Hayes, Franklin, Acklen, Cheatham fromwho subsequently becomes Nashville's most famous and enigmatic personality of the Nineteenth Century.

Twenty-one, self willed and ambitious, Adelicia steps into the Nashville ofas it is making its transition from frontier town to enterprising city. Adelicia Hayes Franklin Acklen Cheatham - Nashville () Adelicia Acklen was a resourceful and shrewd business woman who was not defeated by the Civil War.

She was born in Nashville and was the daughter of one of the city's most highly educated men, Oliver Bliss Hayes, who had moved to the city from Massachu­setts. Adelicia Acklen: lt;p|>|Adelicia Acklen| ( – ) was the widow of a |plantation| owner from |Nashville, Tenn World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive collection ever assembled.

The Book. The character driven novel follows the fortunes of Adelicia Hayes Franklin Acklen, who subsequently becomes Nashville’s most famous and enigmatic personality of the 19th century. Adelicia is not a biography, but an historical fiction based on Adelicia’s life and historical events of the time.

Twenty-one, self-willed and ambitious. contracts between Adelicia Franklin and Joseph A.S. Acklen and between Adelicia Acklen and W.A. Cheatham, will of Mrs. John Williams, will of Elijah Robertson, divorce decrees, list of bond holders of Kenner Manor Land Company, list of bond holders of Maplewood Improvement Company, contest of will of Mrs.

Adelicia. Papers (Crabb, Alfred Leland, ) - Crabb, Alfred Leland, Correspondence, book and article manuscripts, and research material of Alfred Leland Crabb, a native of Plum Springs, Warren County, Kentucky and a professor at George Peabody College for Teachers in Nashville, Tennessee.

Adelicia was only married to her third husband, Dr. William Archer Cheatham, for a short time before leaving him and Nashville behind, moving to Washington, D.C. with 3 of her adult children (she had 10 children, by the way). She died in May,in New York City while shopping; what a way to go, right.

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William Archer Cheatham, for a short time before leaving him and Nashville behind, moving to Washington, D.C. with 3 of her adult children (she had 10 children, by the way). She died in May,in. What is Whitepages people search.

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Soon after her return from Europe, Adelicia married Dr. William Archer Cheatham of Nashville in Cheatham also signed an agreement giving Adelicia control over her properties. In the ensuing years, she sold her property in Tennessee, Louisiana, Texas, and Florida.

To Whisper Her Name - Ebook written by Tamera Alexander. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read To Whisper Her Name. Ward–Belmont College was a women's college, also known at the time as a "ladies' seminary," located in Nashville, Tennessee on the grounds of the antebellum estate of Adelicia Hayes Franklin Acklen Cheatham.

The school used the grounds of the former Acklen estate and mansion, with a quadrangle of academic and residential buildings being erected over time on the front lawn.

In the fifty-year-old Adelicia Acklen married Dr. William Archer Cheatham, a respected Nashville physician. Cheatham also signed a prenuptial agreement. The wedding was held at the Belmont mansion and 2, people were invited. Napoleon III was on the guest list but couldn't come.

Adelicia Hayes (15 Mar -) Events. 9 May Nashville, Tennessee, United States - Col Joseph Alexander Smith Acklen: Marriage: 18 Jun William Archer Cheatham: Families. Spouse: Isaac Franklin ( - ) Spouse: Col Joseph Alexander Smith Acklen ( - ) Child: Joseph Hayes Acklen ( -) Child: William Hayes Acklen.

But women are "far too fragile and frail" for the rigors of an orchestra, and Rebekah's hopes are swiftly dashed when the conductor--determined to leave his mark on the world of classical music--bows to public opinion. To make matters worse, Adelicia Cheatham, mistress of Belmont Mansion and Rebekah's new employer, agrees with him.

At age twenty-two she married Isaac Franklin of Sumner County, [ ].

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