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Robertson, Duncan
Section 28.51
ID # 280780

 

CLICK HERE for John Norvell article on Duncan Robertson from the Middle Tennessee Genealogical Society Magazine, XXVIII No. 1

Nashville Whig
March 8, 1820
Hugh Roland, Architect of Masonic Hall
Endorsed: Wilkins Tannehill & Duncan Robertson

ARCHITECTURE.

The subscriber has removed his family to this country, and fixed his residence in Nashville, where he offers his services to design and execute Public and Private Buildings. Gentlemen in the country can be furnished with Ground Plans and Elevations, by sending the size of the intended building.


HUGH ROLAND.
Opposite the Presbyterian Church.

N. B. H. R. will execute in the country, or furnish Drafts on a large scale for the Carpenter.

We are acquainted with H. Roland as Architect of the Masonic Hall, and are of opinion he is adequate to any business in this line.

W. TANNEHILL,
M. NORVELL,
D. ROBERTSON.

January 19, 1820. - tf

 

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National Banner & Nashville Daily Advertiser
June 1, 1833

Duncan Robertson Monument
Subscribers to meet

ROBERTSON MONUMENT.
The subscribers to the Monument to be erected to the memory of the late Duncan Robertson, are requested to meet at the City Hall on Wednesday evening next, at 4 o’clock, P. M. for the purpose of appointing a committee of arrangement.

The subscription papers will remain open at the stores of Bell and M’Intosh and C. C. Norvell until that time, where those who are anxious of contributing to this noble work of public gratitude and who have not yet subscribed can have an opportunity of doing so.

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Nashville, TN 37215

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