Sutphen Documents

These files are posted here for personal use by the family only. Please do not republish.

The Sutphen Bible
George S. and Mary Annah Scogin Sutphen's bible. Includes loose papers that were stored in the bible.

Sutphen Civil War Documents
Letters written by George W. Sutphen, William C. and Sarah Oxsheer Sutphen during the war. William's journal kept during the short time he was in the war.

Confederate Service Records
Compiled Service Records for several family members (in progress)

Confederate Pension Papers
Saphronia Oxsheer Sutphen's widow's pension applications from 1927 and 1929.
Mary Annah Richardson Scogin's widow's pension application from 1917, mortuary warrant from 1928.
Mary Sutphen McClammy's widow's pemsion appl;ication from 1913, mortuary warrant from 1933.
Wright Christopher's soldier's pension application, denied in 1916.
John P. Davidson's soldier's pension application from 1930.

Spanish-American War Letter
From Robert Scogin to his mother, Mary Scogin, in 1898.

George Ellmore Sutphen Items
Various items dated between 1890 and 1920

Sutphen World War 2 Documents
Ration books and V- Mail

Crossville Chronicle Articles
"First Settlers of the Head of Sequachee Valley," a series of articles from the Crossville, Tennessee newspaper in 1905. Tells of Greenberry Wilson settling in Tennessee in 1797.

This is West Texas
autobiography by Ira H. "Pete" Sutphen, written about 1984

Texas Birth Records
Records from Footnote.com (incomplete database includes some records in the years 1903-1910 and 1926-1929) and FamilySearch.org (1903-1934).

Texas Death Records
Coming soon ...

Papers Concerning Robertson's Colony
McLennan family information. Pages from the book series by Malcolm McLean.

A Pictorial History of Waco
McLennan family information. Items from the book published by Roger Conger.

Online Documents:
Early McLennan family records from the Texas General Land Office:

Sarah Oxsheer Sutphen records from the General Land Office:

More documents will be added to the library as I have the time to scan them.

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