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From: K T JAMES <>
Subject: Re: [MELUNGEON] Historical Records.
Date: Thu, 28 Apr 2011 21:11:52 -0700 (PDT)
In-Reply-To: <92E9B514AFDE493FAA90D675F7649E29@Jack>


If you had it to do over, I would suggest that you complete the message and say that Vardy was "nol processed" and paid the fine and not try to interpret what might be so etc. Thanks.

--- On Thu, 4/28/11, Jack Goins <> wrote:

> From: Jack Goins <>
> Subject: Re: [MELUNGEON] Historical Records.
> To:
> Date: Thursday, April 28, 2011, 10:29 PM
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "K T JAMES" <>
>
>
> > ***The operational word here as far as I am concerned
> and should be
> > pointed out as well was they were not all found
> guilty.  Some were
> > acquitted and Vardy was "nol processed".  Can we
> just refrain from trying
> > to determine why Vardy decided to just pay the fine
> rather than go into
> > Rogersville.  Perhaps he saw it as a waste of
> time since the rest of his
> > family was acquitted.  Maybe like when I got a
> traffic ticket (for real)
> > and I decided to pay up instead of "showing up". 
> Does that make me
> > guiltier.  No.
>
> I don't remember this discussion about Vardy in this tread.
> I'm am the only
> one to my knowledge who wrote about these trials, and in
> both books, almost
> identical words. I also made a copy of Vardy settlement in
> both books.  I
> have a copy of this settlement page 110, in my recent book.
> We also have the
> grand Jury indictments and the names of the Grand
> Jurors.  And  the two
> final trials and the two Juries that heard them. I have
> found a record where
> Zachariah Minor was on a Jury but it was before this 1834
> law. If I had this
> to do over, I don't know a single word I would change. I
> make no appology.
> Jack
>
>
> >
> > --- On Thu, 4/28/11, Jack Goins <>
> wrote:
> >
> >> From: Jack Goins <>
> >> Subject: Re: [MELUNGEON] Historical Records.
> >> To:
> >> Date: Thursday, April 28, 2011, 8:31 PM
> >>
> >> ----- Original Message -----
> >> From: <>
> >> > -The news media which included Brownlow
> began
> >> spreading this term so
> >> > anyone
> >> > who looked half white/black may have been
> given this
> >> name,
> >> > -When Humble ask Beatty Collins son, who was
> a school
> >> teacher, about the
> >> > Melungeons he strongly resented its
> application to his
> >> people and replied
> >> > "
> >> > We are a Pure Blood, meaning at least that
> they
> >> didn’t have Negro blood in
> >> > their veins." As revealed in this interview
> by C. H.
> >> Humble, Melungeon
> >> > implied Negro blood
> >>
> >> > These are assumptions Jack. You have no idea
> if
> >> Jarvis knew about the
> >> > Bolton case or not. We have no idea where
> Brownlow
> >> heard the word, or who
> >> > started the illegal voting dispute. If
> Brownlow was
> >> aware of all these
> >> > half Indian-half Negroes in Hancock in 1840
> you would
> >> think he would have
> >> > made sure they didn't vote in August of 1845
> or at
> >> least dispute it in
> >> > August and not wait til January.
> >>
> >> ### No Joaane you are making the assumptions. It
> >> plainy says in this
> >> indictment the charges were for voting in the
> >> election held in August 1845
> >> for Governor and Rep. The judges of the election
> made the
> >> decision to allow
> >> them to vote, the person who filed the charges was
> not
> >> named. The losers are
> >> normally the ones who challenge an election,
> that's not an
> >> assumption. The
> >> hearing where this was bound over to the Grand
> Jury was
> >> most likely in 1845
> >> we have not located the hearing. We have the
> records where
> >> this was turned
> >> over to the Grand Jury and their descision and the
> names of
> >> the Grand Jury
> >> who found them guilty, or you might say enough
> evidence to
> >> have them stand
> >> trial.
> >>
> >> Joanne wrote:
> >> Humble 'assumed' Beatty Collins 'meant' "at least
> >> that they didn’t have
> >> Negro blood in their veins" and you assumed it
> 'implied'
> >> Melungeon meant
> >> Negro blood. But how do you know Beatty Collins
> >> didn't mean they were 'Pure
> >> Blood' as in full blooded Indians -- and not mixed
> with
> >> anything including
> >> whites. He was proud of his Cherokee ancestors.
> >>
> >> ## All of this paragraph was Humble
> speaking.including
> >> meaning at least that
> >> they didn’t have Negro blood in their veins, as
> below,
> >>
> >> "When Humble ask Beatty Collins son, who was a
> school
> >> teacher, about the
> >> > Melungeons he strongly resented its
> application to his
> >> people and replied
> >> > "
> >> > We are a Pure Blood, meaning at least that
> they
> >> didn’t have Negro blood in
> >> > their veins."
> >>
> >> This above statement by Humble is not an
> assumption by me.
> >> This was my
> >> conclusion from his statement : As revealed in
> this
> >> interview by C. H.
> >> Humble, Melungeon
> >> implied Negro blood.
> >>
> >> >
> >> >
> >> > Walter Plecker was100+years after the fact -
> he wrote
> >> to Tennessee State
> >> > Archives who passed it on to Mrs. John
> Trotwood Moore
> >> -- why didn't she
> >> > know about the Boltons etc.? Obviously she
> was
> >> only familiar with Lewis
> >> > Jarvis and not Lewis Shepherd --
> >> >> Joanne Pezzullo
> >>
> >> ### Right long enough that he and Moore would have
> known
> >> who the Melungeon
> >> were. Jack
> >>
> >>
> >> > Historical Melungeon Indians
> >> > http://www.historical-melungeons.com/index.html
> >> >
> >> >
> >> >
> >> > -----Original Message-----
> >> > From: Jack Goins <>
> >> > To:
> >> > Sent: Thu, Apr 28, 2011 7:00 pm
> >> > Subject: Re: [MELUNGEON] Historical Records.
> >> >
> >> >
> >> >
> >> > ----- Original Message -----
> >> > From: <>
> >> > To: <>
> >> >> Jack you are supposing Jarvis knew about
> the
> >> Bolton case. There is
> >> >> nothing to indicate he did, in fact if he
> had
> >> known of the Melungeons of
> >> >> Hamilton, Rhea, Wilson,, etc, he surely
> would have
> >> mentioned them, he was
> >> >> after all giving their history, I would
> suppose he
> >> was not aware of them
> >> >> as most of them had moved on by the time
> Jarvis
> >> was born. Unless or until
> >> >> a document is discovered that proves this
> one way
> >> or another it will
> >> >> remain supposition. If Jarvis was the
> noted
> >> expert on Melungeons in
> >> >> Hancock County and knew them so
> intimately the
> >> only 'supposition' you can
> >> >> make is they were Indians. Period.
> >> Jarvis wrote;
> >> >
> >> >> "I personally knew Vardy Collins, Solomon
> D.
> >> Collins, Shepherd Gibson,
> >> >> Paul
> >> >> Bunch and Benjamin Bunch and many of the
> Goodmans,
> >> Moore's, Williams and
> >> >> Sullivan's, all of the very first settles
> and
> >> noted men of these friendly
> >> >> Indians."
> >> >
> >> > Joanne I'm not assuming anything, I'm just
> the
> >> messenger. You are missing
> >> > the most important points of this issue. #1-
> Why did
> >> Walter Plecker write
> >> > this letter to the Tennessee State Archives
> inquiring
> >> about who the
> >> > Melungeons were? # 2- Why did the State
> >> Librarian use Lewis Jarvis to
> >> > describe and indentify the Melungeons? #3
> >> Just because Jarvis didn't
> >> > mention the Boltons and others in that trial,
> or the
> >> ones in Rhae and
> >> > Wilson
> >> > does not prove he didn't know about the
> >> trial. Why didn't the State
> >> > Lirarian and Archivist Mrs. John Triotworth
> Moore know
> >> about the ones in
> >> > Wilson and Rhae? My opinion is, both Jarvis
> and the
> >> State Librarian did
> >> > not
> >> > believe those people were Melungeon. Jack
> >> >>
> >> >> Everything in their history -- from the
> 1848
> >> article on says they were
> >> >> Indians, no matter what their DNA says.
> >> >>
> >> >>
> >> >> Joanne Pezzullo
> >> >>
> >> >> Historical Melungeon Indians
> >> >> http://www.historical-melungeons.com/index.html
> >> >>
> >> >>
> >> >>
> >> >> -----Original Message-----
> >> >> From: Jack Goins <>
> >> >> To:
> >> >> Sent: Thu, Apr 28, 2011 3:49 pm
> >> >> Subject: Re: [MELUNGEON] Historical
> Records.
> >> >>
> >> >>
> >> >>
> >> >> ----- Original Message -----
> >> >> From: <>
> >> writes;
> >> >>
> >> >>> The problem with the letter from
> Jarvis is he
> >> is speaking only of the
> >> >>> Collins, Bunch, Goodman, Gibson and
> other
> >> names he mentioned. The people
> >> >>> called Melungeons he is speaking of
> had an
> >> entirely different history
> >> >>> and
> >> >>> migration pattern than the ''other
> >> Melungeons.'' He is not
> >> >>> taking into consideration the Bolton,
> Perkins,
> >> Shuemake, Goins etc.,
> >> >>> that were in Hamilton and Wilson
> Counties
> >> CALLED MELUNGEONS by 1850,
> >> >>> Jarvis did not know their names,
> their history
> >> or migration patterns.
> >> >>
> >> >> Joanne Most of the people Jarvis named
> and knew
> >> were born in 1700. I
> >> >> would
> >> >> lay odds Attorney Lewis Jarvis knew all
> about the
> >> Bolton case, he and his
> >> >> son were attorneys and they pass on
> cases,
> >> especially the ones sent to
> >> >> the
> >> >> Tennessee Supreme Court. In fact the
> Tennessee Law
> >> books purchase by most
> >> >> attorneys, list those appealed cases.
> >> >>
> >> >> Tennessee Librarian Mrs John Trotworth
> Moore
> >> quoted a letter written by
> >> >> Jarvis when he was 83 years old to Walter
> plecker
> >> and names the
> >> >> following;
> >> >> "I personally knew Vardy Collins, Solomon
> D.
> >> Collins, Shepherd Gibson,
> >> >> Paul
> >> >> Bunch and Benjamin Bunch and many of the
> Goodmans,
> >> Moore's, Williams and
> >> >> Sullivan's, all of the very first settles
> and
> >> noted men of these friendly
> >> >> Indians.
> >> >>
> >> >> Melungeon is like a "Nick-name" they
> sometime
> >> spread like wild fire from
> >> >> the
> >> >> place it first began, a good example is
> the way
> >> Lewis Shepherd explains
> >> >> in
> >> >> his memoirs.
> >> >>
> >> >> The families mentioned in this case, "the
> Goins,
> >> Shumake, Boltons,
> >> >> Perkins,
> >> >> Mornings, Menleys, Breedlove &
> others."These
> >> are the same people called
> >> >> Melungeons in the 1874 trial. Judge
> Shepherd
> >> wrote: "they came from South
> >> >> Carolina, across the mountains to now
> Hancock
> >> County, Tennessee, and
> >> >> spread
> >> >> out from there. Shepherd goes on to
> confirm where
> >> they came up with the
> >> >> term
> >> >> Melungeon in his case.
> >> >>
> >> >> "The term Melungeon is an East Tennessee
> >> provincialism it was coined by
> >> >> the
> >> >> people of that county to apply to these
> people."
> >> >>
> >> >> The oldest written record where the term
> Melungeon
> >> was used in a
> >> >> political
> >> >> campaign describes one as " a scoundrel
> who is
> >> half Indian and half
> >> >> Negro."
> >> >> This article was published 7 October 1840
> in the
> >> Jonesboro Whig by
> >> >> William
> >> >> Ganaway "Parsons" Brownlow, a minister of
> the
> >> gospel. I am convinced he
> >> >> heard this term Malungeon in his many
> travels to
> >> Hawkins County. and most
> >> >> likely he, or his campaign manager were
> the one
> >> who started the illegal
> >> >> voting dispute, since he was the loser in
> that
> >> 1845 election.
> >> >>
> >> >> The news media which included Brownlow
> began
> >> spreading this term so
> >> >> anyone
> >> >> who looked half white/black may have been
> given
> >> this name, another
> >> >> example
> >> >> of this description is in Edward Guerrant
> Civil
> >> War Journal after he came
> >> >> through Hancock County, but not enough
> information
> >> to show anything
> >> >> except
> >> >> his definition of a Melungeon was half
> white and
> >> half black and according
> >> >> to
> >> >> his example they were depicted as bad
> people. How
> >> did he know this
> >> >> description? This word had not made the
> >> dictionaries at this date.
> >> >>
> >> >> In the oldest written records, Melungeon
> was
> >> defined as being part Negro.
> >> >> The first known written visit to Vardy
> Valley was
> >> in 1848; "The
> >> >> Melungeons
> >> >> carefully preserved the Legend of their
> >> history.This ‘Legend’ according
> >> >> to
> >> >> the writer in Littell’s Living age,
> included an
> >> original descent from
> >> >> Portuguese adventures who later mixed
> with whites,
> >> Indians,and negroes.
> >> >>
> >> >> As you know this article was published in
> several
> >> newspapers across the
> >> >> United state and people began referring
> to dark
> >> skin people in various
> >> >> communities as Melungeons.
> >> >>
> >> >> After the Civil War most East Tennessee
> >> Congressmen and senators were
> >> >> referred to as Melungeons.
> >> >>
> >> >> If Melungeons were in all the places you
> have
> >> listed on your website it
> >> >> would be a race, it is pretty obvious who
> some of
> >> the reporters were, who
> >> >> spread this word.
> >> >>
> >> >> After the 1848 visit to Vardy Valley.
> Vardy
> >> Collins descendants were
> >> >> revisited about 50 years later."On
> Friday
> >> forenoon, July 2, (1897) C.H.
> >> >> Humble the writer and Rev. Joseph
> Hamilton, of
> >> Parkersburg, West
> >> >> Virginia,
> >> >> started in a hack from Cumberland Gap,
> Tennessee
> >> for Beatty Collins,
> >> >> chief
> >> >> of the Melungeons in Blackwater.
> >> >>
> >> >> When Humble ask Beatty Collins son, who
> was a
> >> school teacher, about the
> >> >> Melungeons he strongly resented its
> application to
> >> his people and replied
> >> >> "
> >> >> We are a Pure Blood, meaning at least
> that they
> >> didn’t have Negro blood
> >> >> in
> >> >> their veins." As revealed in this
> interview by C.
> >> H. Humble, Melungeon
> >> >> implied Negro blood, a term they never
> used, or
> >> accepted as their
> >> >> identity
> >> >> and neither did they pass it down to
> their
> >> children, or grand children.
> >> >>
> >> >> Humble reference to Beatty Collins as
> chief of the
> >> Melungeons in
> >> >> Blackwater,
> >> >> which appears to have stuck to this
> family from
> >> the 1848 article. "Ole
> >> >> Vardy
> >> >> is chief cook and bottle-washer'of the
> >> Melungeons."
> >> >>
> >> >> A Clan name is a nickname and is usually
> only
> >> known to neighborhood where
> >> >> it
> >> >> began, as described by Edward T. Price in
> his 1950
> >> study of the clans,
> >> >> which
> >> >> included the Melungeons.
> >> >>
> >> >> I was not the originator of this theory
> a
> >> researcher who was not
> >> >> Melungeon
> >> >> related was in the Archive and he said my
> opinion
> >> is after the first
> >> >> description of a Melungeon began to
> spread this
> >> label was put on dark
> >> >> skin
> >> >> settlements and most of them did not know
> they
> >> were labeled Melungeon.
> >> >> And
> >> >> I
> >> >> will add especially a political rally or
> >> conference like the one in
> >> >> Richmond.
> >> >>
> >> >> Jack
> >> >>
> >> >>
> >> >>>
> >> >>> Historical Melungeon Indians
> >> >>> http://www.historical-melungeons.com/index.html
> >> >>>
> >> >>>
> >> >>> -----Original Message-----
> >> >>> From: Jack Goins <>
> >> >>> To:
> >> >>> Sent: Thu, Apr 28, 2011 10:55 am
> >> >>> Subject: [MELUNGEON] Historical
> Records.
> >> >>>
> >> >>>
> >> >>> It is almost impossible to write an
> email on
> >> this subject without being
> >> >>> misquoted, so for clarification on my
> previous
> >> post on land grants and
> >> >>> migration with the white settlers.
> And for any
> >> of you who may be new to
> >> >>> the list. This is a portion of a
> letter from
> >> the Hancock County Times,
> >> >>> Sneedville, TN 4/17/1903 written by
> Lewis M.
> >> Jarvis, who was then an
> >> >>> Attorney. Lewis M. Jarvis was also a
> Captain
> >> in Co E, 8th Tennessee
> >> >>> Vol. Cavalry, Union Army. and was
> personally
> >> acquainted with Vardy
> >> >>> Collins and other Melungeons he names
> in this
> >> letter. "Much has
> >> >>> been said and written about the
> inhabitants of
> >> Newman's Ridge and
> >> >>> Blackwater in Hancock County, Tenn.
> They have
> >> been derisively dubbed
> >> >>> with the name "Melungeons" by the
> local white
> >> people who have lived
> >> >>> here with them. It is not a
> traditional name
> >> or tribe of Indians. Some
> >> >>> have said these people were here when
> the
> >> white people first explored
> >> >>> this country. Others say they are a
> lost tribe
> >> of the Indians having no
> >> >>> date of their existence here,
> traditionally or
> >> otherwise. All of this
> >> >>> however, is erroneous and cannot be
> sustained.
> >> These people, not any of
> >> >>> them were here at the time the first
> white
> >> hunting party came from
> >> >>> Virginia and North Carolina in the
> year 1761--
> >> the noted Daniel Boone
> >> >>> was at the head of one of these
> hunting
> >> parties and went on through
> >> >>> Cumberland Gap.---they came here
> >> simultaneously with the white people
> >> >>> not earlier than 1795." In 2005 I
> formed a
> >> group called Friends of The
> >> >>> Hawkins County Archive Project, and
> was
> >> appointed Archivist by the
> >> >>> Hawkins County Commissioners. The old
> records
> >> from the basement of our
> >> >>> old Court house was moved to the
> placed
> >> designated to be the archive.
> >> >>> These records date back to 1787 and
> up
> >> until 1844 Hancock County was
> >> >>> part of Hawkins County, but due to a
> border
> >> dispute and other factors
> >> >>> the illegal voting trials were held
> in Hawkins
> >> County, they began in
> >> >>> 1846 and ended 1848, these Circuit
> Court
> >> records would have been lost
> >> >>> due the Hancock County Court house
> being
> >> destroyed by fire,at least 3
> >> >>> times. We were fortunate to find the
> 1845
> >> election results where they
> >> >>> were charged for illegal voting as
> free
> >> persons of color. In this
> >> >>> election William G. Brownlow lost to
> Andrew
> >> Johnson. This included the
> >> >>> most famous Vardy Collins, along
> with
> >> Zachariah Minor, his brother and
> >> >>> other Collins. This is our 7th year
> and
> >> many of the first volunteers
> >> >>> are still here. All of you are
> >> wel! come to research our archives, to
> >> >>> view our archive click on this link,
> select
> >> Government then Hawkins
> >> >>> County Archive. Instead of charging a
> fee for
> >> copying records we ask
> >> >>> for a reasonable donation. The
> Chancery Court
> >> link is
> >> >>> down.Jackhttp://www.hawkinscountytn.gov/
> >> >>>
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> >> >>>
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> >> >>>
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> >> >>>
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> >> >>>
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> >> >>>
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> >> >>>
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> >> >>
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> >> >>
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> >> >>
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> >> >>
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> >> >>
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> >> >>
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> >> >>
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> >> >>
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> >> >
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> >> >
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> >> >
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> >> >
> >> > http://www.jgoins.com/
> >> >
> >> > Melungeon Blogs:
> >> >
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> >> >
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> >> >
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> >> >
> >> > Melungeon Website:
> >> >
> >> > http://www.jgoins.com/
> >> >
> >> > Melungeon Blogs:
> >> >
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> >> >
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