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County Date Formed Parent County County Seat
Anderson 1801Knox
Grainger
Clinton
Bedford
1807 Rutherford
Indian Lands
Shelbyville
Benton 1835 Humphreys Camden
Bledsoe
1807 Roane
Indian Lands
Pikeville
Blount 1795 Knox Maryville
Bradley 1836 Indian Lands Cleveland
Campbell
1806 Anderson
Claiborne
Jacksboro
Cannon
1836 Rutherford
Smith
Warren
Woodbury
Carroll
1821
1822
Indian Lands Huntingdon
Carter 1796 Washington Elizabethton
Cheatham
1856 Davidson
Dickson
Montgomery
Robertson
Ashland City
Chester 1879 Hardeman
Henderson
McNairy
Madison
Henderson
Claiborne
1801 Grainger
Hawkins
Tazewell
Clay
1870 Jackson
Overton
Celina
Cocke 1797 Jefferson Newport
Coffee
1836 Bedford
Franklin
Warren
Manchester
Crockett
1871 Dyer
Gibson
Haywood
Madison
Alamo
Cumberland
1855
1856
Bledsoe
Fentress
Morgan, Putnam
Rhea, White
Crossville
Davidson
1783 Cumberland District
of North Carolina
Washington County
Nashville
Decatur
1845
1846
Perry Decaturville
DeKalb
1837
1838
Cannon, Jackson
Warren, White
Smithville
Dickson
1803 Montgomery
Robertson
Charlotte
Dyer 1823 Indian Lands Dyersburg
Fayette 1824 Indian Lands Somerville
Fentress
1823 Morgan
Overton
White
Jamestown
Franklin
1807 Rutherford
Indian Lands
Winchester
Gibson 1823 Indian Lands Trenton
Giles
1809
1810
Indian Lands Pulaski
Grainger
1796 Hawkins
Knox
Rutledge
Greene 1783 Washington Greeneville
Grundy
1844 Coffee
Franklin
Warren
Altamont
Hamblen
1870 Jefferson
Grainger
Greene
Morristown
Hamilton
1819 Rhea
Indian Lands
Dallas
(1820-40)
Chattanooga
(1840-present)
Hancock
1844 Hawkins
Claiborne
Sneedville
Hardeman
1823 Hardin
Indian Lands
Bolivar
(known as Big Hatchie
before 1824)
Hardin
1819
1820
Indian Lands Hardinsville
(1820-30)
Savannah
(1830-date)
Hawkins 1786 Sullivan Rogersville
Haywood 1823 Indian Lands Brownsville
Henderson 1821 Indian Lands Lexington
Henry 1821 Indian Lands Paris
Hickman
1807 Dickson Vernon
(1810-22)
Centerville
(1822-date)
Houston
1871 Stewart
Humphreys
Dickson
Montgomery
Arlington
(1872-78)
Erin
(1878-date)
Humphreys
1809 Stewart Reynoldsburg
(1812-36)
Waverly
(1836-date)
Jackson
1801 Smith
Indian Lands
Fort Blount
(1802-06)
Williamsburg
(1806-1819)
Gainesboro
(1819-date)
James
1871
(abolished in 1920;
records transferred to
Hamilton County)
Bradley
Hamilton
Ooltewah
Jefferson
1792 Hawkins
Greene
Dandridge
Johnson
1836 Carter Mountain City
(known as Taylorsville
pre-Civil War)
Knox
1792 Greene
Hawkins
Knoxville
Lake 1870 Obion Tiptonville
Lauderdale
1835 Haywood
Dyer
Tipton
Ripley
Lawrence
1817 Hickman
Indian Lands
Lawrenceburg
Lewis
1843
1844
Hickman
Lawrence
Maury
Wayne
Gordon
(1844-48)
Newberry
(1848-97)
Hohenwald
(1897-date)
Lincoln 1809 Bedford Fayetteville
Loudon
1870 Blount
Monroe
Roane
McMinn
Loudon
Macon
1842 Smith
Sumner
Lafayette
Madison
1821 Indian Lands Jackson
Marion
1817 Indian Lands Cheekville
(1818-20)
Jasper
(1820-date)
Marshall
1836 Bedford
Giles
Lincoln
Maury
Lewisburg
Maury
1807 Williamson
Indian Lands
Columbia
McMinn
1819 Indian Lands Calhoun
(1820-23)
Athens
(1823-date)
McNairy
1823 Hardin Purdy
(1824-90)
Selmer
(1890-date)
Meigs 1836 Rhea Decatur
Monroe
1819 Indian Lands Morganton
(1820-22)
Madisonville
(1822-date)
Montgomery
1796 Tennessee
(abolished in 1796)
Clarksville
Moore
1871 Bedford
Franklin
Lincoln
Lynchburg
Morgan
 
1817 Roane
Anderson
Montgomery
(1818-70)
Wartburg
(1870-date)
Obion
1823 Indian Lands Troy
(1824-1890)
Union City
(1890-date)
Overton
1806 Jackson
Indian Lands
Monroe
(1810-35)
Livingston
(1835-date)
Perry
1819 Humphreys
Hickman
Perryville
(1821-46)
Bethel (Harrisburg)
(1846-48)
Linden
(1848-date)
Pickett
1879 Fentress
Overton
Smyrna
(1881-82)
Byrdstown
(1882-date)
Polk
1839 Bradley
McMinn
Benton
Putnam
1842
(abolished and
re-established
1854)
Fentress
Jackson
Overton
Smith
White
Cookeville
Rhea
1807 Roane Dayton
Roane
1801 Knox
Indian Lands
Kingston
Robertson
1796 Tennessee
Sumner
Springfield
Rutherford
1803 Davidson
Williamson
Wilson
Murfreesboro
Scott
1849 Anderson
Campbell
Fentress
Morgan
Huntsville
Sequatchie
1857 Hamilton
Marion
Warren
Dunlap
Sevier 1794 Jefferson Sevierville
Shelby 1819 Indian Lands Memphis
Smith
1799 Sumner
Indian Lands
Carthage
Stewart 1803 Montgomery Dover
Sullivan 1779 Washington Blountville
Sumner 1786 Davidson Gallatin
Tipton 1823Indian Lands Covington
Trousdale
1870 Macon
Smith
Sumner
Wilson
Hartsville
Unicoi
1875 Carter
Washington
Erwin
Union
1850 Anderson
Campbell
Claiborne
Grainger
Knox
Maynardville
Van Buren
1840 White
Warren
Spencer
Warren
1807
1808
White
Jackson
Smith
Indian Lands
McMinnville
Washington
1777 Washington District,
North Carolina
Jonesborough
Wayne 1817 Hickman Waynesboro
Weakley 1823 Indian Lands Dresden
White
1806 Jackson
Smith
Sparta
Williamson 1799 Davidson Franklin
Wilson 1799 Sumner Lebanon
General Articles      

 

ARTICLES by COUNTY

 

Anderson County

1801 petitions on behalf of Micajah Cross, Robt. Pollock, Edward Williams (147 names), Vol. 40 (1993)

1805-12 petitions to General Assembly (188 names), Vol. 32 (1985)

1806 petition to create new county, Vol 9 (1962)

1807-09 petitions to General Assembly, Vol. 33 (1986)

1807-13 surveys, Vol. 11 (1964)

1809-12 petitions to General Assembly, Vol. 34 (1987)

1812, War of pensioners, Vol. 7 (1960)

1812-13 petitions to General Assembly (272 names), Vol. 35 (1988)

1813 petition to General Assembly (160 names), Vol. 37 (1990)

1840 census index; military pensioners (Revolutionary War, 1812), Vol. 34 (1987)

1855 petition to establish Chancery Court (50 names), Vol. 12 (1965)

1902 Coal Creek mine disaster, Vol. 49 (2002)

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Bedford County

1800-1808 deeds, Vol. 39 (1992) and Vol. 40 (1993)

1808-12 petition to General Assembly, 50 names, Vol. 34 (1987)

1809-11 deeds, Vol 40 (1993) and Vol. 41 (1994)

1812 tax list, Vol. 7 (1960) and Vol. 8 (1961)

1813 petition to GA (246 names) Vol. 36 (1989)

1813 petitions to GA, Vol. 37 (1990)

1814 estrays (52 names), 1816 property owners (26 names); auction of lands for non-payment of taxes (50 names), Vol. 43 (1996)

1840 census index; military pensioners, index to Will Book 1, Vol. 23 (1976)

1900-11 deaths, Vol. 48 (2001)

1909-12 vital statistics, Vol. 49 (2002)

New Bell Buckle Cemetery, Vol. 13 (1966)

Winn-Hoskins Cemetery, Vol. 18 (1971)

Marriages from early newspapers, Vol. 20 (1973) and Vol. 21 (1974)

Burns Cemetery, Vol. 21 (1974)

Warner C. Rutledge, A Fearless ‘Raiding Deputy,’ Vol. 51 (2004)

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Benton County

1836-37 tax lists and civil district map, Vol. 41 (1994)

1837-1846 marriages, 1850 mortality schedule, 1897 Confederate Veterans Chapter members, 1840 census index, military pensioners, Vol. 17 (1970)

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Bledsoe County

1797-1838, index to Deeds, vol. 1, Vol. 20 (1973) and Vol. 21 (1974)

1807-13 surveys, Vol. 11 (1964)

1809-12 petitions to General Assembly, Vol. 34 (1987)

1812-13 petitions to General Assembly, Vol. 35 (1988), Vol. 36 (1989) and Vol. 37 (1990)

Pikeville Cemetery, Vol. 48 (2001)

1816-17 penitentiary petition list, Vol. 50 (2003)

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Blount County

1795-1800 Will Book I, WPA index, Vol. 19 (1972)

1795-1820 marriage bonds, Vol. 27 (1980)

1795-1834 misc. court records, Vol. 35 (1988)

1799 petitions to GA (164 names); three 1813 petitions (150 names), Vol. 38 (1991)

1801 petitions to GA, Vol. 39 (1992)

Land on top of Smokies sold for unpaid 1839 taxes, Vol. 44 (1997)

1816-17 penitentiary petition list, Vol. 50 (2003)

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Bradley County

1836-37 county trustees’ journal, Vol. 44 (1997)

1837-39 tax lists, Vol. 33 (1986)

1859-67 will abstracts, Vol. 44 (1997)

Dixon Springs Cemetery, Vol. 21 (1974)

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Campbell County

1807-13 survey, Vol. 11 (1964)

1807-09 petition to GA (48 names), Vol. 33 (1986)

1813 petition to GA (244 names), Vol. 37 (1990)

1840 census index, military pensioners, Vol. 34 (1987)

1855 petition for mill dam (40 names), Vol. 10 (1963)

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Cannon County

1835-62 Will Book A abstracts, Vol. 13 (1966)

Will Book I index, Vol. 23 (1976)

1836-95 Wills, index, Vol. 16 (1969)

1837 women’s petition to suppress taverns (81 names), Vol. 10 (1963)

1840 census index, military pensioners, Vol. 23 (1976)

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Carroll County

1822-32 will abstracts, Vol. 44 (1997)

1836 tax list and map, Vol. 39 (1992)

1822-65 Will Book A index; 1840 census index, military pensioners; 1838-42 marriage records; McLemoresville and Oak Hill cemeteries, Vol.. 18 (1971)

1848 and 1869, land sold for unpaid taxes; 1880’s autograph album, Vol. 44 (1997)

Cemetery locations, Vol. 11 (1964)

Shiloh Cumberland Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Vol. 13 (1966)

McKenzie Hotel, Vol. 49 (2002)

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Carter County

1794-1847 wills index, Vol. 23 (1976)

1796-1805 grantor-grantee index, Deed Book A, 1796-1834 bond and security records, Vol. 12 (1965) and Vol. 13 (1966)

1801 petitions to GA, Vol. 40 (1993), Vol. 41 (1994) and Vol. 42 (1995)

War of 1812 pensioners, Vol. 7 (1960)

1840 census index, military pensioners, Vol. 36 (1989)

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Chester County

1891 court minutes, insolvent estates, 1891-99, Vol. 49 (2002)

1891-1904 wills, some abstracts, Vol. 49 (2002), Vol. 50 (2003) and Vol. 51 (2004)

John M. Hart Cemetery, Vol. 9 (1962)

City Cemetery, Union Church Cemetery, Vol. 12 (1965) – partial index

1900-13 will abstracts, Vol. 49 (2002), Vol. 50 (2003) and Vol. 51 (2004)

History of Montezuma, TN, Vol. 53#1 (2006)

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Claiborne County

1801 petitions to GA (100 names), Vol. 39 (1992)

1801-1820 land transfers, Record Book index, Vol. 21-22 (1974 and 1975)

1803 petition to establish public buildings in Tazewell (120 names), Vol. 41 (1994)

1806 petition to create new county, Vol. 9 (1962)

1816 property owners failing to pay federal tax (6 names), Vol. 43 (1996)

1837-46 Will Book A, WPA index, Vol. 19 (1972)

1840 census, military pensioners, Vol. 36 (1989)

Road petition from Claiborne and Grainger counties, Vol. 28 (1981)

Old Irish Cemetery (partial), Vol. 9 (1962)

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Clay County

1871-73 marriages, Book A, Vol. 49 (2002) and Vol. 50 (2003, in 2 parts)

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Cocke County

1787-1874 Big Pidgeon Baptist Church minutes, Vol. 16-17 (1969-70)

1807-12 petitions to GA (200 names), Vol. 33-4 (1986 and 1987)

1813 petition to GA (91 names), Vol. 36 (1989)

1816-17 penitentiary petition list, Vol. 50 (2003)

1821, 1827 petitions to GA (193 names), Vol. 13 (1966)

1840 census index, military pensioners; 1850-60-70 mortality schedules; Quarterly Court Minutes, Vol. I, Deed Book E, index, Vol. 17 (1970)

John and Jane Rains, divorce petition (90 names), Vol. 14 (1967)

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Coffee County

1835-37 Deed Book A index, Vol. 50 (2003), 3 parts, and Vol. 51 (2004)

1836 tax list, Vol. 43 (1996)

1840 census index, military pensioners, Vol. 30 (1983)

Lasater, Holt, Chapel Hill cemeteries, Vol. 13 (1996)

Family Bible of Lecil and Hester Ann Bobo. Vol. 50 (2003)

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Crockett County

1871-2 County Clerk minutes, p. 1-13, Vol. 52 (2005); Vol. 53#1 (2006), Vol. 54#1, Vol. 54#2, Vol. 54#3, Vol. 54#4 (2007)

1872-3 Deed Book A (material from), Vol. 49 (2002), Vol. 50 (2003), 4 parts, Vol. 51 (2004)

Old Hickory Cemetery,Vol. 21 (1974)

Salem Cumberland Presbyterian Church, charter members. Vol. 22 (1975)

Cooke Cemetery, Vol. 31 (1984)

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Cumberland County

1897-8 Crossville Chronicle, news of Hall family, Vol. 51 (2004)

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Davidson County

The Chickamauga Expedition of 1787 (index of names), Vol. 54#2 (2007)

1798 tax list, slave owners, map of early Nashville, Vol. 8 (1961)

1799 and 1801 Nashville petitions to GA, Vol. 39 (1992)

1803 petition for Cumberland River ferry (170 names), Vol. 38 (1991)

1803 petitions to GA, Vol. 42 (1995)

Nashville Road petition (94 names), Vol. 37 (1990)

1805 tax list, Vol. 26 (1979)

1812-13 petitions to GA (168 names), Vol. 35

(1988) Vol. 37 (1990) and Vol. 38 (1991)

1816 property owners, taxes (28 names); 1818 students at Nashville Female Academy; items from 1808 Impartial Review and Cumberland Reporter and 1825-26 Nashville Banner, Vol .43 (1996)

1829 tax list, Vol. 32 (1985)

1840 census index, military pensioners, Vol. 22 (1975)

1846-49, 1870 Nashville Christian Advocate, marriages and deaths, Vol. 35 (1988)

1871-72 Nashville teachers, Vol. 47 (2000)

1895 (27 December) real estate transfers, Nashville Gazette, Vol. 51 (2004)

1898 list, Confederate Soldiers’ Home in Nashville (100 names), Vol. 51 (2004)

1898 Peabody College graduates, Vol. 51 (2004)

List of cemeteries, Vol. 10 (1963)

Wilkinson Cemetery, Hamblen Cemetery, Vol. 19 (1972)

Paradise Ridge, Vol. 28 (1981)

Overton, Old Hickory cemeteries, Vol. 30 (1983)

Sarah E. Brewer (1814-1895), Vol. 51 (2004)

Margaret Isabella Weber, Vol. 52 (2005)

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Decatur County

1848 land sold for unpaid taxes, Vol. 44 (1997)

1868 anonymous letter, Vol. 51 (2004)

1901-04 deaths, Vol. 49 (2002)

New Hope Baptist Church minutes, Vol. 30 (1983)

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DeKalb County

1839 tax list, Vol. 40 (1993)

1849-56 and 1856-65, some marriage bonds, Vol. 21 (1974) and Vol. 22 (1975)

1840 census index, military pensioners, Vol. 22 (1975)

Kyle-Granstaff family Bible, Vol. 43 (1996)

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Dickson County

1815 federal tax list, Vol. 43 (1996)

1839 tax list, Vol. 27 (1980)

Cemetery sites, Vol. 11 (1964)

1840 census index, military pensioners, Vol. 29 (1982)

Dickson County history, Vol. 32 (1985)

Brown-Charlton Bible, Vol. 54#4 (2007)

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Dyer County

1820-29 Deed Book A and B abstracts, Vol. 35 (1988) Vol. 36 (1989) and Vol. 37 (1990)

1835-63 will abstracts, Vol. 44 (1997) and Vol. 45 (1998)

1836 tax list, Vol. 29 (1982)

1840 census index, military pensioners, 1850 mortality list, Vol. 19 (1972)

1859 tax sales, Vol. 45 (1998)

1860-67 marriages, Vol. 23 (1976)

1908-09 school census, 1908-09 deaths, Vol. 50 (2003)

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Fayette County

Letter from David Barrett (1826), Vol. 54#2 (2007)

1827 petition to improve Wolf River, Vol. 15 (1968)

1822-35 Entry Book index, Vol. 23 (1976)

1832-34 pension applicants, Vol. 26 (1979)

1840 census, military pensioners, 1850 mortality schedule; 1838-41 marriages; Old Belmont, Hardy, Worley, Tharp cemeteries, Vol. 17 (1970)

1841 court minutes; Green-Loving Cemetery, Vol. 27 (1980)

1881 and 1882 marriages, Vol. 46 (1999) and Vol. 47 (2000)

Hickory Withe Cemetery, Vol. 11 (1964)

Old Shiloh Methodist Episcopal Church Cemetery, Vol. 14 (1967)

Bethlehem Methodist Cemetery, Vol. 19 (1972)

Stone, Bowling, Isbell and Gwynn cemeteries, Vol. 20 (1973)

Bramley/Brumley Cemetery, Vol. 28 (1981)

Layton-Galloway Cemetery, Vol. 32 (1985)

Young Ladies’ Model School of Fayette County, Vol. 41 (1994)

Giles-Webb family Bible, Vol. 42 (1995)

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Fentress County

1833 enumeration (600 names), Vol. 27 (1980)

1840 census index, military pensioners, Vol. 37 (1990)

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Franklin County

1807 petition to GA, Vol. 33 (1986)

1808-47 Will Book, Vol. 27 (1980) and Vol. 28 (1981)

1808-12 petitions to GA (122 names) Vol. 34 (1987)

1813 petitions to reform court system, allow Hereford to build grist mill on Bradley’s Creek (103, 144 names), Vol. 37 (1990)

1832-34 pension applicants, Vol. 26 (1979)

1837 petition against tippling houses, Vol. 10 (1963)

1838-41 marriages, Book 1, Vol. 18 (1971)

1846-53 divorces, Vol. 30 (1983)

1860’s German-Swiss migration, Vol. 465 (1999)

Gault Cemetery, Vol. 15 (1968)

Mexican War veterans in Franklin County, Vol. 32 (1985)

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Gibson County

Cemetery sites, Vol. 12 (1965)

1824-38 administrators’ bonds, reports and settlements, Vol. 42 (1995)

1824-33 Wills and Bonds, Book I, Vol. 19, index (1972)

1830 residents (360 names), Vol. 41 (1994)

1840 census index, military pensioners, 1850 mortality schedule, Vol. 17 (1970)

Oakland Cemetery, Vol. 24 (1976)

Lowrance Chapel Church of Christ, Vol. 40 (1993)

Crockett family cemetery , Vol. 47 (2000)

Skullbonia and inhabitants, Vol. 49 (2002)

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Giles County

Marriages before 1865, Vol. 2-5 (1954-59)

1790-1819 deed abstracts, Book A, Book B,

Vol. 44 (1997),Vol. 45 (1998) Vol. 47 (2000) and Vol. 48 (2001)

1812 tax list, Vol. 21 (1974)

1812 petition regarding trading town location, Vol. 34 (1987)

Land sold for unpaid 1813 taxes, Vol. 44 (1997)

1815-60 wills index (incomplete), Vol. 19 (1972)

1819 petition to GA, Vol. 14 (1967)

Some 1831-67 marriages (200 names), Vol. 8 (1961), also Vol. 6 (1959)

1836 tax list, map, Vol. 39 (1992) and Vol. 40 (1993)

Items from 1837 Western Union of Trenton, Vol. 43 (1996)

Betsy Sullivan, Civil War Heroine, Vol. 50(2003)

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Grainger County

1799 petition to improve Holston River navigation, four other petitions, Vol. 39 (1992)

1799 tax list; 1800 petition; 1810-12 unpaid taxes, Vol. 28 (1981)

1801 petitions for new county, Justice of the Peace replacement, Vol. 40 (1993)

1803 petitions for new Justice of the Peace, return of surplus county funds, Vol. 42 (1995)

1805 tax list, Vol. 19 (1972)

1806-07 petitions, Vol. 32 (1985) and Vol. 33 (1986); 1809 petition, Vol. 34 (1987)

War of 1812 pensioners, Vol. 7 (1960)

1816 unpaid taxes, Vol. 43 (1996)

1824-60 grantees and locators, index, Vol. 10 (1963)

1833 Common School census, Vol. 46 (1999)

Civil War disabled fund, Vol. 47 (2000)

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Greene County

1799 petition for copies of surveyor’s bonds, Vol. 39 (1992)

1801 petition, various requests, Vol. 40 (1993)

1805 enumeration, Vol. 28 (1981)

1807, 1809 petitions to extend time for land surveys, Vol. 33 (1986)

1809 petition for tax reduction (200 names), Vol. 11 (1964)

1802-10 estate settlements index; two 1803 petitions. Vol. 41 (1994)

1812 petitions, Vol. 34 (1987)

1813 petitions, Vol. 36 (1989), Vol. 37 (1990) and Vol. 38 (1991)

1825 property sold for 1814-16 unpaid taxes, Vol. 43 (1996)

1835 petition for new county (53 names) Vol. 21 (1974)

1835-36 Bright Hope Iron Works ledger, Vol. 51 (2004)

Some Greene County deaths, 1881, Vol. 44 (1997)

Milburnton Methodist Episcopal Church Cemetery, Vol. 9 (1962)

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Grundy County

1812-13 petition (168 names), Vol. 35 (1988)

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Hamblen County

1872-1880’s will abstracts, Vol. 10 (2002), Vol. 51 (2003, 2 parts) and Vol. 52 (2004)

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Hamilton County

1799 petition to rescind Alien and Sedition Laws, Vol. 39 (1992)

1801 petition to alter court system, Vol. 40 (1993)

1803 petition by officers of 2nd Cavalry Regiment, Vol. 41 (1994)

1836 tax list, Vol. 29 (1982)

1840 census index, military pensioners, Vol. 37 (1990)

A Chattanooga custom of the 1890’s, Vol. 44 (1997)

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Hancock County

1870 census surnames, Vol. 30 (1983)

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Hardeman County

1831, 1834-35 items from The Bolivar Free Press and The Bolivar Palladium, Vol. 29 (1982) and Vol. 32 (1985)

1836 tax list and map, 1837 tax list, Vol. 37 (1990), Vol. 38 (1991) and Vol. 39 (1992)

1840 census index, military pensioners, Vol. 28 (1981)

1850 mortality list , Vol. 22 (1975)

1854 West Tennessee Democrat, items from, Vol. 30 (1983) and Vol. 32 (1985)

Locating land in Hardeman County, Vol. 23 (1976)

Van Buren, Guy, Low and Old Cowley Cemeteries, Vol. 14 (1967)

Thomas R. Smith, Vol. 43 (1996)

Asa Robertson, Hardeman County’s first settler, Vol. 44 (1997)

A.M. Lambeth, Sr., early settler, Vol. 44 (1997)

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Hardin County

1824 unpaid taxes, Vol. 47 (2000)

1833 enumeration, Vol. 30 (1983)

1836 tax list and map, 1837 tax list, Vol. 37 (1990)

1840 census index, military pensioners, 1850 mortality list, Bethlehem and Kelley Cemeteries Vol. 19 (1972)

Shiloh Methodist Church, records, Vol. 22 (1975)

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Hawkins County

1784-90 justices of the peace and military officers, Vol. 18 (1971)

1789-1850 wills index, Vol. 19 (1972)

1799 petitions by citizens north of Clinch River, on northwest side of Clinch Mountain to hold elections and muster in their area, Vol. 38 (1991)

1801 petition for new county (96 names), Vol. 40 (1993)

1801 unpaid taxes, land sold for, Vol. 44 (1997)

1806 petition for riflemen’s company in Rogersville, Vol. 9 (1962)

1806 petition to incorporate Rogersville, Vol. 32 (1985)

1813 petitions: to divide militia (58 names), Vol. 36 (1989); concerning Rogersville residents and road work, Vol. Vol. 37 (1990)

1835 petition for new county (533 names), Vol. 21 (1974)

1836 tax list, Vol. 31 (1984)

The Found Headstone (Lambert), Vol. 54#4 (2007)

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Haywood County

1821-30 Deed Book A, abstracts, Vol. 37 (1990) and Vol. 38 (1991)

Undated petition, ca. 1822-25, Vol. 40 (1993)

1826-32 Will Book I abstracts, Vol. 12 (1965) and Vol. 13 (1966)

1836 civil district map, Vol. 37 (1990)

1840 census, military pensioners, 1850 mortality list, 1878 yellow fever victims, Vol. 20 (1973)

Old Trinity Methodist Church, Vol. 22 (1975)

Stanton remembrances, Vol. 49 (2002)

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Henderson County

1824 land sold for unpaid taxes, Vol. 47 (2000)

1836 tax list, Vol. 24 (1977)

1838 unclaimed letters, Vol. 42 (1995)

1840 census index, military pensioners, 1850 mortality list, Vol. 17 (1970)

1848, land sold for unpaid taxes, Vol. 44 (1997)

1873 oldest residents, Vol. 48 (2001)

1875-6 newspaper abstracts; origin of name of county, Vol. 49 (2002)

Flake, Flake-Hepzibah cemeteries, Vol. 18 (1971)

Reaves graveyard, Vol. 27 (1980)

The Beaver family and their descendents in Tipton, Fayette Co., Vol. 52 (2005)

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Henry County

1822-33 Will Book A abstracts, Vol. 32 (1985), Vol. 33 (1986) and Vol. 34 (1987)

1836 tax list, Vol. 28 (1981)

1837-39 West Tennessean articles, Vol. 43 (1996)

1838-42 marriage bonds; Bird’s Creek Baptist Church, Hartsfield and Crawford cemeteries, Vol. 8 (1961)

1840 census index, military pensioners, 1850 mortality list, Vol. 19 (1972)

1843-46 marriage records; Dillahunty Cemetery, Vol. 9 (1962)

Point Pleasant, Fodge and Stewart cemeteries, Vol. 13 (1966) and Vol. 14 (1967)

Dawson Family Bibles, Vol. 54#2 (2007)

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Hickman County

1809-11 petitions on militia, Vol. 34 (1987)

1813 petition (some names from Humphreys County) concerning militia, Vol. 36 (1989)

1815 U.S. direct tax, unpaid (21 names), Vol. 43 (1996)

1836 tax list (1,200 names), Vol. 27 (1980)

1853 patients of Drs. Reed and Harrington, Vol. 18 (1971)

Totty family Bible (from 1820), Vol. 28 (1981)

Lucinda Beaver, Vol. 53#1; Sarah Beaver, Vol. 53 #2; Nancy Beaver, Vol. 53#4 (2006);Carroll Beaver, Vol. 54#1; James Beaver, Vol. 54#3; Thomas Beaver, Stephen Beaver, Vol. 54#4 (2007)

The McEwen Family Bible, Vol. 54#3 (2007)

James S. Warren family, Vol. 30 (1983)

Spradling family, Vol. 42 (1995)

Malugin Cemetery, Vol. 12 (1965)

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Humphreys County

1812 petition for David Rowland (46 names), Vol. 34 (1987)

1812 list of free taxables, Vol. 11 (1964)

War of 1812 pensioners, Vol. 7 (1960)

1815 U.S. direct tax, unpaid (28 names); Bell family data, Vol. 43 (1996)

1836-7 tax lists, Vol. 35 (1988)

1840 census index, military pensioners, Vol. 26 (1979)

1869 land sold for unpaid taxes, Vol. 46 (1999)

Luten Cemetery, Vol. 22 (1975)

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Jackson County

1802 tax list (350 names), Vol. 19 (1972)

1803 petition regarding county lines, 1803 tax list, Vol. 42 (1995)

1806 petition to establish boundaries (200 names), Vol. 11 (1964)

1806-12 petitions (for road to Knoxville, new county, Ft. Blount as county seat), over 400 names, Vol. 32 (1985)

1840 census index, military pensioners, Vol. 26 (1979)

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Jefferson County

1742-1814 marriage records, Vol. 30 (1983)

1799 petition by Jefferson and Sevier residents to change county line, Vol. 14 (1967)

Other 1799 petitions (over 200 names), Vol. 38 (1991) and Vol. 39 (1992)

1801 petitions for boundary line changes (68 names, 484 names), Vol. 40 (1993)

1803 petition, Vol. 41 (1994)

1813 petition, Vol. 36 (1989)

1815-40 marriage records, Vol. 37 (1990) and Vol. 38 (1991)

1816 U.S. direct tax, unpaid, Vol. 43 (1996)

1817 penitentiary petition list, Vol. 50 (2003)

1826-40 Will Book 3, WPA index, Vol. 19 (1972)

1836 tax list and map, Vol. 42 (1995)

1838 court minutes abstracts, Vol. 46 (1999)

1840 census index, military pensioners, Vol. 26 (1979)

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Johnson County

1836 tax list, Vol. 25 (1978)

1840 census index, military pensioners, Vol. 33 (1986)

1889 doctors’ licenses issued, Vol. 47 (2000)

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Knox County

1796 tax list, Vol. 24 (1977)

1799 petition to change county line (285 names), Vol. 15 (1968)

1799-1801 petitions to incorporate Knoxville, divide county, form new county north of Clinch River, including some names from Sumner County and Grainger County, Vol. 38 (1991) and Vol. 39 (1992)

1801 petitions to organize rifle company, to create a Gallatin County, to form new county (over 500 names), Vol. 40 (1993)

1803 petition for separate battalion muster (39 names), Vol. 42 (1995)

1805-12 petitions (120 names), Vol. 32 (1985)

1807-9 petitions 984 names), Vol. 33 (1986)

1807-13 surveys of East Tennessee, Vol. 11 (1964)

1815 U.S. direct tax, unpaid (8 names), items from 1818 Knox Register, Vol. 43 (1996)

1807-13 surveys of East Tennessee, Vol. 11 (1964)

1817 penitentiary petition list, petition for infantry unit, Vol. 50 (2003)

1840 census index, military pensioners, Vol. 27 (1980)

1899, May – Knoxville Journal and Tribune: court records and news articles, Vol. 51 (2004)

Early settler’s view of Knoxville, Vol. 44 (1997)

Josiah Love’s will, Robert Holmes family 1748, Vol. 30 (1983)

Richard Gilham Dunlap (1794-1851), Vol. 50 (2003)

Flat Gap Horror (train wreck), Vol. 47 (2000)

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Lauderdale County

1840 census index, 1838-50 marriage records, 1837-60 wills index, Vol. 16 (1969)

1840 military pensioners, Vol. 18 (1971)

Court Minute Book A abstracts, 1836-44 Vol.47 (2000); Vol. 53 #1, Vol. 53#2, Vol. 53 #3 (all 2006)

Parr-Sugg-Wright-Carvell-Salisbury Cemetery, Vol. 23 (1976)

Durhamville Community Baptist Church Cemetery, Vol. 39 (1992)

The Porter House and Key Corner, Vol. 54#3 (2007)

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Lawrence County

1818-38 marriage licenses, bonds (loose records), Vol. 20 (1973)

1829-47 will book (WPA index); index to Deed Book A (1819-25) and B (1825-27), Vol. 19 (1972)

1838-60 marriages, Book A, Vol. 20 (1973) and Vol. 21 (1974)

1840 census index, military pensioners, Vol. 36 (1989)

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Lewis County

County Clerk Book A,Wills and Inventories, 1842-1856: Vol. 52 #4 (2005); Vol. 53#1, Vol. 53#4 (2006); Vol. 54 #1 (2007)

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Lincoln County

Stephen Beaver (b. 1774) and family, Vol. 52, 2 parts (2005)

War of 1812 pensioners, Vol. 7 (1960)

Revolutionary War soldiers buried in county, Vol. 12 (1965)

1813 petitions, Vol. 37 (1990)

Fayetteville residents before 1813, with occupation and marital status, Vol. 16 (1969) and Vol. 29 (1982)

1814 residents taking up estrays, Vol. 23 (1976) and Vol. 43 (1996)

1814 unclaimed mail at Fayetteville post office (135 names), Vol. 23 (1976) and Vol. 24 (1977)

Blair, Prosperity, Blanche, First Presbyterian, Rose Hill cemeteries, Vol. 13 (1966)

1827-28 land sales, property owners failing to pay 1816 U.S. direct tax, Vol. 43 (1996)

1830-33 court minutes index, Vol. 33 (1986) and Vol. 34 (1987)

1836 will of James Hemphill, Vol. 31 (1984)

1840 census index, military pensioners, Vol. 34 (1987)

1860 Lincoln Journal and 1867-71 Fayetteville Observer, articles from, Vol. 40 (1993) and Vol. 41 (1994)

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Loudon County

War of 1812 pensioners, Vol. 8 (1961)

Prospect Cemetery, Vol. 12 (1965)

Steekee Cemetery (432 names), Vol. 15 (1968)

Harrison Cemetery, Vol. 35 (1988)

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Macon County

War of 1812 pensioners, Vol. 8 (1961)

1820-25, 1830-52 records of Union and Salt Lick Christian churches, Vol. 31 (1984)

Meador-Simmons Cemetery, Vol. 34 (1987)

Mungle-Trousdale Cemetery, Vol. 36 (1989)

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Madison County

War of 1812 pensioners, Vol. 8 (1961)

1812 Shelton-Dean/Deen, Vol. 29 (1982)

1820-35 Will Book A index, Vol. 17 (1970)

1825-28 marriages, death notices, Vol. 48 (2001) and Vol. 49 (2002)

1831 excerpt from the Southern Statesman, Jackson, Vol. 27 (1980)

1833 land sold for unpaid taxes, Vol. 50 (2003)

1838-40 marriages, 1840 census index, Taylor and Brown’s Church cemeteries, Vol. 17 (1970)

Meador-Simmons and Bear Creek cemeteries, Vol. 13 (1966)

1848-96 Andrew Chapel postmasters, Vol. 19 (1972)

1864: Rebecca’s Journal, Vol. 46 (1999) and Vol. 47 (2000)

Britton Lane battlefield at Denmark, Madison County, Vol. 41 (1994)

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Marion County

War of 1812 pensioners, Vol. 8 (1961)

1819-26 Deed Book A abstracts, Vol.31 (1984), Vol. 32 (1985) and Vol. 45 (1998)

1840 census index, military pensioners, Vol. 35 (1988)

Williams family, Vol. 23 (1976)

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Marshall County

1835 petition for new county, Vol. 21 (1974)

1836 tax list, Vol. 31 (1984)

1840 census index, military pensioners, Vol. 35 (1988)

Beechwood Cemetery, Vol. 19 (1972)

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Maury County

1807 petition to form county (312 names), Vol. 13 (1966)

1809 petition on tippling laws (156 names); 1812 petitions for Sellars grist mill and repeal of law on sale of town lots, Vol. 34 (1987)

1811 tax list, Vol. 10 (1963) and Vol. 11 (1964)

War of 1812 pensioners, Vol. 8 (1961)

1813 petitions to build academy (138 names) and to change names of Anderson and Giles counties; Tenn. Conference Female College 1847-60, Vol. 36 (1989)

1813 petition to improve navigation, Duck River, and four other petitions, Vol. 37 (1990)

1814 unclaimed mail (222 names), Vol. 23 (1976)

1815 U.S. direct tax, unpaid (18 names), Vol. 43 (1996)

1816-17 penitentiary petition list, Vol. 50 (2003)

1830 log of events, James J. Selby, Vol. 31 (1984)

1855 school graduates, Vol. 44 (1997)

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McMinn County

Two Revolutionary War veterans, Vol. 48 (2001)

1801 petition, justice of the peace (41 names, some from Jefferson Co.), Vol. 40 (1993)

War of 1812 pensioners, Vol. 7 (1960)

1825 petition to build mill, Vol. 13 (1966)

1836 tax list, map of districts, Vol. 36 (1989)

1840 census index, military pensioners, Vol. 29 (1982)

McMinn County in Civil War days, public stand on war, Civil War soldiers from the county, Vol. 43 (1996) and Vol. 44 (1997)

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McNairy County

War of 1812 pensioners, Vol. 8 (1961)

1840 census index, military pensioners, 1850 mortality schedule, Vol. 22 (1975)

Deed Book A, abstracts (1823-38), Vol. 53#3 (2006), Vol. 54#1, Vol. 54#2 (2007)

Will abstracts, Vol. 1, p. 1-25, Vol. 48 (2001)

Old Purdy, Jopling cemeteries, Vol. 9 (1962)

Bethesda-Bethel Springs, Adamsville, Falcon Baptist Church cemeteries, Vol. 14 (1967)

1857-59 newspaper excerpts, Vol. 39 (1992)

1861-65 marriages, Vol. 34 (1987) and Vol. 35 (1988)

Memoirs of Nancy Elanor Atkins, Vol. 54#3 (2007)

L. Sanders, Vol. 40 (1993)

History of Montezuma, TN Vol. 53#1 (2006)

McNairy cemeteries: born before 1800 (index), Vol. 54#1 (2007)

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Meigs County

1817 penitentiary petition list, Vol. 50 (2003)

1826-78 Concord Baptist Church minutes, abstracted; Mt. Zion Methodist Episcopal Church cemetery, Vol. 12 (1965)

1835-49 wills abstracts, Vol. 48 (2001)

1838 school reports, Vol. 13 (1966)

1840 census index, military pensioners, Vol. 32 (1985)

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Monroe County

War of 1812 pensioners, Vol. 8 (1961)

1812 Joseph E. Houston family Bible, Knox/Monroe Co., Vol. 31 (1984)

1825 petition to change county line (some from Roane Co.), Vol. 14 (1967)

First 13 county justices, Vol. 20 (1973)

Pond Creek Baptist Church members, 1824-60, Vol. 11 (1964)

1838 marriages, Vol. 48 (2001)

Old Sweetwater Cemetery, Vol. 12 (1965)

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Montgomery County

1798 tax list, Vol. 11 (1964)

1799-1841 marriages (loose court records), Vol. 15 (1968)

1800 tax list; 1801 petition to retain Clarksville as county seat (165 names); other 1801 petitions, Vol. 31 (1984)

1803 petitions to create new county (253 names, 270 names), to improve navigation of west fork of Red River (120 names), Vol. 40 (1993) and Vol. 41 (1994)

1806 petition, Robertson and Montgomery Co. land sales, Vol. 32 (1985)

1806 petition for polling place at Palmyra (101 names), Vol. 10 (1963)

1807-09 petition, 1809-12 petition, Vol. 33 (1986) and Vol. 34 (1987)

1810 U.S. Herald, Clarksville, news items, Vol. 43 (1997)

1813 petition for toll bridge over Red River (200 names), Vol. 37 (1990)

1815 direct U.S. tax, unpaid (71 names), Vol. 43 (1996)

1817 penitentiary petition list, Vol. 50 (2003)

1840 census index, military pensioners, Vol. 39 (1992)

1862 Clarksville Chronicle account, 14th Tenn. Regiment, Vol. 52 (2005)

1865 land sold for unpaid taxes, Vol. 46 (1999)

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Moore County

War of 1812 pensioners, Vol. 8 (1961)

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Morgan County

War of 1812 pensioners, Vol. 8 (1961)

1813 petitions to move county seat (114, 164 names), Vol. 36 (1989)

1840 census index, military pensioners, Vol. 33 (1986)

1848 tax list, Vol. 14 (1967)

Sam Hall, Vol. 50 (2003)

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Obion County

War of 1812 pensioners, Vol. 8 (1961)

1840 census index, Military pensioners, 1850 mortality schedule, Vol. 21 (1974)

1849-51 county clerk minutes, abstracts, to p. 142, Vol. 45 (1998) and Vol. 46 (1999)

1857 – Johnson family Bible, Jordan family Bible, Vol. 27 (1980)

Civil War experiences of John Bittick, Vol. 41 (1995)

1865-68 Obion Baptist Association minutes, Vol. 12 (1965)

1874 Soldier Creek Baptist Association minutes, Vol. 13 (1966)

Davis family marriages, from books A-D; Hendricks Cemetery, Vol. 24 (1977)

1897 county court supplemental inventories, Vol. 44 (1997)

Walnut Grove Methodist Church Cemetery, Vol. 11 (1964)

Mt.Moriah Cemetery, Vol. 19 (1972)

Cemetery near Reelfoot Lake, Vol. 45 (1998)

Reeves-Legate family, Vol. 40 (1993)

Susan Godsey (1836—1873), Vol. 50 (2003)

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Overton County

1807-13 surveys of East Tennessee, Vol. 11 (1864) and Vol. 12 (1965)

War of 1812 pensioners, Vol. 8 (1961)

1813 petition to sell land adjoining public square (30 names), Vol. 36 (1989); 1813 petition for 500-man cavalry (500 names), Vol. 37 (1990)

1816-17 penitentiary petition lists, Vol. 50 (2003)

1821 Wolf River United Baptist Church (28 names); Joseph Tompkins, will, Vol.17 (1970)

1836 tax list, Vol. 30 (1983)

1840 census index, military pensioners, Vol. 25 (1978)

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Perry County

War of 1812 pensioners, Vol. 8 (1961)

1837 tax list, Vol. 29 (1982)

1840 census index, military pensioners, 1850 mortality schedule, Vol. 19 (1972)

1847-81, some will abstracts, Vol. 44 (1997)

1861 voter list, Vol. 41 (1994)

1881-82 deaths, partial, Vol. 49 (2002)

Kolwyck family, Vol. 43 (1996)

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Pickett County

War of 1812 pensioners, Vol. 8 (1961)

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Polk County

War of 1812 pensioners, Vol. 8 (1961)

Rock Creek Cemetery, Vol. 34 (1987)

1840 census index, military pensioners, Vol. 24 (1976)

1850-1920 census data, Tennessee’s Copper Basin, Vol. 44 (1997)

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Putnam County

War of 1812 pensioners, Vol. 8 (1961)

1855 tax list, Vol. 42 (1995)

Samuel Johnson’s heirs, petition, Vol. 20 (1973)

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Rhea County

1807 petition, Vol. 33 (1986)

1807-13 survey of East Tennessee, Vol. 12 (1965)

War of 1812 pensioners, Vol. 8 (1961)

1813 petition regarding seizure of property (106 names), Vol. 36 (1989)

1823 tax list, Vol. 11 (1964)

1825-70 Will Book A abstracts, Vol. 30 (1983) and Vol. 31 (1984)

Undated petition, ca. 1830, Vol. 40 (1993)

1840 census index, military pensioners, Vol. 24 (1977) and Vol. 25 (1978)

Foust-Cash Cemetery, Vol. 13 (1966)

Bean Cemetery, Vol. 14 (1967)

Reminiscences of Other Days (W.R. Clack, 1915), Vol. 50 (2003)

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Roane County

1801-26 marriage bonds, Vol. 28 (1981)

1801-07 county court minutes abstracts, Vol. 40 (1993) and Vol. 42 (1995)

1805 tax list (560 names), Vol. 10 (1963)

1807 petitions, Vol. 33 (1986)

1807-13 East Tennessee surveys, 1820-25 Chancery Court records, 1856 petition for new district (81 names), Vol. 12 (1965)

War of 1812 petitioners, Vol. 8 (1961)

Two petitions, Vol. 36 (1989)

1825-26 Chancery Court records, Vol. 13 (1966), Vol. 14 (1967), Vol. 15 (19168) and Vol. 16 (1969)

1825 petition to change county line; Post Oak Springs Cemetery, Vol. 14 (1967)

1837 Tax Lists, Vol. 54#2, Vol. 54#3, Vol. 54#4 (2007)

1840 census index, military pensioners, Vol. 24 (1977) and Vol. 25 (1978)

1867-8 Union veterans’ pension applications; 1802-28 paupers’ orders, Vol. 16 (1969)

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Robertson County

1796-1811 Will Book I abstracts, Vol. 34(1987) and Vol. 35 (1988)

1799 petitions (taxes, fines) and 1803 petition by Robertson and Montgomery citizens for new county (253 names), Vol. 41 (1994)

1801 petition (63 names) Vol. 39 (1992)

1805-12 petitions (112 names), Vol. 32 (1985)

1806 petition on land sales, Vol. 32 (1985)

1807 petitions, Vol. 33 (1986)

War of 1812 pensioners, Vol. 8 (1961)

1812 residents (880 names), Vol. 19 (1972)

1812 petitions on jail (170 names), Vol. 34 (1987)

1813 petitions, justice of peace, tax assessments (200 names), Vol. 36 (1989)

1840 census index, military pensioners, Vol. 26 (1979)

Early History of Robertson County, Vol. 47 (2000)

Norfleet Cemetery, Vol. 33 (1986)

Paradise Ridge Cemetery, Vol. 27 (1980)

Polk Cemetery, Vol. 15 (1968)

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Rutherford County

1796-1801 store account book; 1799 land office petition; petition to change county line (350 names), Vol. 14 (1967)

1796-1810 deed abstracts; 1816 U.S. direct tax, unpaid list, Vol. 43 (1996)

1807 members, Forks of Little Pigeon Baptist Church (89 names); Bethel Baptist Church members (37 names), Vol. 11 (1964)

1806 petition for lottery to build Stone’s River bridge (142 names), Vol. 10 (1963)

1811-12 deeds, some earlier, Vol. 44 (1997)

War of 1812 pensioners, Vol. 8 (1961)

1812 petitions on locating county seat and impeaching justice of peace, Vol. 35 (1988)

1813 petition on moving county seat to Murfreesboro, Vol. 36 (1989)

1819 ledger from Jefferson, Vol. 39 (1992)

1820 purchasers of Thomas Grasty estate, Vol.20 (1973)

1830’s – deeds, Vol. 43 (1996)

1840 census index, military pensioners, Vol. 25 (1978)

1851-2 journal of Hiram K. Northway, Vol. 37 (1990)

1880 Rutherford Rifles reconvene, Vol. 48 (2001)

1898 Palmer Pickets company, Murfreesboro, Vol. 51 (2004)

Alexander Cemetery, Vol. 19 (1972)

Floyd Cemetery, Vol. 15 (1968)

Woodfin Cemetery, Vol. 14 (1967)

Lamb, Davis, Smotherman Cemeteries, Vol. 18 (1971)

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Scott County

War of 1812 pensioners, Vol. 8 (1961)

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Sequatchie County

War of 1812 pensioners, Vol. 8 (1961)

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Sevier County

1817 penitentiary petition list, Vol. 50 (2003)

Isaac Thomas, Vol. 50 (2003)

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Shelby County

War of 1812 pensioners, Vol. 8 (1961)

1819-29 Memphis lot owners, Vol. 20 (1973)

1820 land survey map, Book A, Vol. 29 (1982), Vol. 30 (1983)

1820 census (first settlers), Vol. 7 (1960)

1820-60 probate records, index, Vol. 35-42 (1988-1995)

1820-23 court minutes, Book 1 (abstracts), Vol. 25 (1978) and Vol. 26 (1979)

1822-3 petitions to state legislature (141 names), Vol. 36 (1989)

1824 delinquent taxes, Vol. 47 (2000)

1826-58 First Methodist Episcopal Church members (300 names), Vol. 16 (1969)

1828-30’s wills of Memphians (abstracts), Vol. 35 (1988) and Vol. 36 (1989)

1830 census index, Vol. 16 (1969)

1833-43 Expenditures, Chickasaw removal to Arkansas, Vol. 7 (1960) and Vol. 8 (1961)

1836-38 deed abstracts, Vol. 42 (1995)

1836 map, Districts 1-5; 1837-8 tax lists, Vol. 33 (1986) and Vol. 34 (1987)

1839-42 Calvary Episcopal Church roster (450 names); early records, First Baptist Church, Vol. 16 (1969)

1840-68 minutes of Egypt Baptist Church, Raleigh, Vol. 32 (1985) and Vol. 33 (1886)

1840’s early Shelby County deeds, Vol. 50 (2003), 2 parts; Vol. 51 (2004), 2 parts and Vol. 52 #2 (2005); Vol. 53#2, Vol. 53#3 (2006)

Survey Book B, abstracts, Vol. 45 (1998) and Vol. 46 (1999)

1842 American Eagle, excerpts, Vol. 44 (1997)

Early records, Bartlett Baptist Church, Vol. 20 (1973)

Early records, Salem Presbyterian Church, Vol. 29 (1982)

1845 roster, First Presbyterian Church (360 names), Vol. 16 (1969)

1843-66 index to obituaries in The Memphis Appeal, Vol. 31 (1984), Vol. 32 (1985), Vol. 35 (1988), Vol. 44 (1997)

1846-59 Raleigh Presbyterian Church Session minutes, Vol. 20 (1973)

1850 census index, Vol. 20 (1973), Vol. 21(1974) and Vol. 22 (1975)

1850-80 Alabama newspapers, on Shelby Countians, Vol. 42 (1995)

1857-58 Memphis schoolteachers, Vol. 44 (1997)

1858-99 naturalization decrees and documents, Vol. 44 (1997)

1860 road petition (40 names), Vol. 33 (1986)

1865 census index, Vol. 23 (1976)

1866 marriages in The Memphis Appeal, Vol. 42 (1995)

1866 death records, Vol. 27 (1980), Vol. 28 (1981) and Vol. 43 (1996)

1866 Grand Benevolent Party for Disabled Confederate Veterans, Gayoso Hotel, Vol. 52 (2005)

1869-89 graduates, Higbee School (240 names), Vol. 20 (1973)

Will Book O, pp. 95-200 (abstracts), Vol. 51 (2004)

1875 conference, Methodist Episcopal Church, Vol. 26 (1979)

1878 yellow fever victims, Vol. 16 (1969) and Vol. 19 (1972)

1878, November: Probate Court records, Vol. 50 (2003)

1880 Charles R. Ryan home, 316 Linden Ave., Vol. 52 (2005)

The Obrist/Oberst family, Vol. 50 (2003)

McLemore Presbyterian Church organization, Vol. 48 (2001)

Judge John Overton, Vol. 16 (1969)

Frances Wright, Nashoba Plantation, Vol. 16 (1969)

Brooks Cemetery, Vol. 35 (1988)

Burke/Bohlen families, Vol. 42 (1995)

Giles/Webb Bibles, Vol. 42 (1995)

John Lumpkin family, Vol. 43 (1996)

Fort Pickering, Winchester Cemetery, Vol. 44 (1997)

1925 Memphis Social Register, Vol. 20 (1973)

Idlewild School, Memphis (picture), Vol. 53#4 (2006)

News from Linden Street Christian Church: The Christian Endeavor Evangel, 1903 and 1904: Vol. 53#1, Vol. 53#2, Vol. 53#4 (2006), Vol. 54#4 (2007)

Kirby Farm (Poplar Pike), Vol. 53#4 (2006)

A Brief History of Germantown, TN Vol. 53#4 (2006)

Nicholas Gotten of Bartlett, Vol. 53#3 (2006)

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Smith County

Rogers family Bible (from 1788); Barnett Cemetery, Vol. 27 (1980)

Elizabeth Evans Dale (b. 1795), Vol. 51 (2004)

1801 petition to change county line (175 names, some from Wilson Co.), Vol. 16 (1969)

1801 petitions against county consolidation (over 300 names), Vol. 39 (1992)

1803 petitions (over 150 names), Vol. 42 (1995)

1805-13 marriages mentioned in wills Vol. 19 (1972)

1805-20 will books, index; 1805-07 will abstracts; biographies of early General Assembly members; Grogan Harper’s account book, Vol. 20 (1973)

1806 petitions, Vol. 32 (1985) and Vol. 40 (1993) (for new county)

1812 petition for moving voting place (62 names), Vol. 35 (1988)

War of 1812 pensioners, Vol. 8 (1961)

1814-16 abstracts from wills, other records; Bradley, Major Tilman Dixon Cemetery; Robert Bowman family (from 1805), Vol. 21 (1974)

1817 tobacco petition, Vol. 14 (1967)

1836 Cumberlands (volunteer regiment), Vol. 30 (1983)

1840 census index, Vol. 39 (1992)

1840 military pensioners; undated petition ca. 1814, Vol. 40 (1993)

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Stewart County

1804-07 “lost” minute book, transcription, Vol. 7 (1960), Vol. 8 (1961) and Vol. 9 (1962)

War of 1812 pensioners, Vol. 8 (1961)

1819 delinquent tax list, Vol. 44 (1997)

1840 census index, military pensioners, Vol. 38 (1991)

McGregor-Indian Mound Cemetery, Vol. 15 (1968)

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Sullivan County

1801, 1803 petitions to General Assembly, Vol. 39 (1992), Vol. 41 (1994) and Vol. 42 (1995)

1806 petition regarding Henry Mauk’s fish trap (34 names), Vol. 32 (1985)

War of 1812 pensioners, Vol. 8 (1961)

1813 petition to relocate muster ground (238 names), Vol. 36 (1989)

DePew, E. S. Bible (from 1834), Vol. 31 (1984)

1835 petition to establish new county (530 names), Vol. 21 (1974)

1840 census index, military pensioners, Vol. 26 (1979)

Blountville: historic house, Vol. 49 (2002)

Leslie Rowles Driver, Bristol banker, Vol. 51 (2004) and Vol. 52 (2005)

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Sumner County

1787 tax list, 1817 petition to incorporate cotton factory, Vol. 14 (1967)

1787-1835 marriage records, Vol. 16 (1969), Vol. 17 (1970), Vol. 18 (1971), Vol. 19 (1972)

1799 petition to form Wilson County from Sumner (300 names), Vol. 7 (1960)

1799 petition to divide county (183 names), Vol. 9 (1962)

1799 petitions (over 100 names), Vol. 38 (1991)

1799 petitions to form new county (320, 218, 169, 103 names); other petitions, Vol. 39 (1992)

1801 petition on county boundaries (627 names), Vol. 40 (1993)

1803 petition by Gallatin residents for infantry, for William Trigg as justice of the peace, Vol. 41 (1994)

1807 petition on tobacco inspection (57 names), Vol. 17 (1970)

War of 1812 pensioners, Vol. 8 (1961)

Gallatin citizens seek town bank, 1817, Vol. 50 (2003)

Giles-Webb Bible, Vol. 42 (1996)

Douglass-Bone Cemetery, Vol. 24 (1977)

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Tipton County

War of 1812 pensioners, Vol. 8 (1961)

Unclaimed mail in post office, 1814 (222 names), Vol. 23 (1976)

Map of 11th Surveyors’ District, ca. 1820, Vol. 29 (1982)

1824-31 Deed Book A index; 1824-1867 Will Book A index, Vol. 18 (1971)

Will abstracts, 1824-1835, Vol. 44 (1997)

1836, Randolph, TN, Vol. 49 (2002)

1837 tax list with map, Vol. 40 (1993)

1840 census, military pensioners; 1840-44 marriages; 1850 mortality schedule, Vol. 18 (1971)

Trinity in the Fields Cemetery, Vol. 15 (1968)

Daniel R. Whitley Cemetery, Vol. 27 (1980)

Cemeteries: Barrow, Williams, 37 Graveyard, Corona Graveyard (Centennial Island and Island 37), Vol. 31 (1984)

Johnston-Alston family Bible; items from the Randolph Recorder, Vol. 43 (1996)

Blountville: historic house, Vol. 49 (2002)

Leslie Rowles Driver, Bristol banker, Vol. 51 (2004) and Vol. 52 (2005)

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Trousdale County

War of 1812 pensioners, Vol. 8 (1961)

Stalcup Cemetery, Vol. 19 (1972)

Henry Cemetery, Vol. 33 (1986)

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Unicoi County

War of 1812 pensioners, Vol. 8 (1961)

1876-81 marriages, Vol. 49 (2002), Vol. 50 (2003)

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Van Buren County

War of 1812 pensioners, Vol. 8 (1961)

1849-50 marriage bonds, Vol. 22 (1975)

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Warren County

War of 1812 pensioners, Vol. 8 (1961)

1812 tax list, Vol. 19 (1972)

1813 petition for elections, northeast corner of county (83 names), Vol. 37 (1990)

1814: land sold for unpaid U.S. direct tax (14 names), Vol. 43 (1996)

1817 petition for justice of the peace (57 names), Vol. 10 (1963)

Deed Book D abstracts and Deed Book E abstracts, Vol. 25 (1978), Vol. 26 (1979) and Vol. 27 (1980)

1836 tax list, Vol. 36 (1989)

1840 census index, military pensioners, Vol. 31 (1984)

Shiloh Methodist Church Cemetery, Vol. 13 (1966)

Cope Cemetery, Vol. 26 (1979)

James M. Green, “An Honest Man,” Vol. 50 (2003)

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Washington County

1777-1858 will abstracts, Vol. 24 (1977), Vol. 25 (1978) and Vol. 26 (1979)

1799-1898 Jonesboro postmasters, Vol. 19 (1972)

1801 petition (John Wilson), Vol. 40 (1993)

War of 1812 pensioners, Vol. 8 (1961)

1813 petitions to reorganize courts, Vol. 36 (1989) and Vol. 38 (1991)

1835 petition to establish new county (530 names), Vol. 21 (1974)

1840 census index, military pensioners, Vol. 29 (1982) and Vol. 30 (1983)

1885, 1887 will abstracts, Vol. 44 (1997) and Vol. 45 (1998)

1893 petition (William Nodding), Vol. 42 (1995)

Salem Church Cemetery, Vol. 9 (1962)

Lydia Russell Bean: A True Frontier Woman, Vol. 50 (2003)

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Wayne County

War of 1812 pensioners, Vol. 8 (1961)

1821-33 Deed Book A index, Vol. 32 (1985)

1825: Richard Beardon family, Vol. 33 (1986)

1840 census index, military pensioners, Vol. 27 (1980)

1890 marriages, Vol. 49 (2002)

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Weakley County

War of 1812 pensioners, Vol. 8 (1961)

1819-25 pioneer settlers; early times in Weakley County, Vol. 14 (1967)

1827-33 occupant entry book index; 1840 census index, military pensioners; 1850 mortality schedule, Vol. 20 (1973)

The William Carroll Family, Vol. 54#3, Vol. 54#2 (2007)

Hall, Somers cemeteries, Vol. 21 (1974)

White Cemetery, Vol. 24 (1977)

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White County

1807 petition, Vol. 33 (1986)

1811 tax list (600 names), Vol. 18 (1971)

War of 1812 pensioners, Vol. 8 (1961)

1813 petitions (300 names), Vol. 36 (1989) and Vol. 37 (1990)

1814: land sold for unpaid U.S. direct tax; items from 1820 Sparta Review, Vol. 43 (1996)

1829-41 unclaimed letters at post office, Vol. 14 (1967)

1840 census index, military pensioners; 1850 mortality schedule, Vol. 18 (1971)

1845-6 merchant’s licenses, Vol. 45 (1998)

1845-58 storekeeper’s journal, Vol. 13 (1966)

1860 census index, Vol. 28 (1981)Vol. 29 (1982)

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Williamson County

1803 petition for new county (205 names), Vol. 43 (1996)

1803 petition to General Assembly, Vol. 41 (1994)

1805 tax list, Vol. 9 (1962)

War of 1812 pensioners, Vol. 8 (1961)

1812 petition, Vol. 35 (1988)

1813 petitions, Vol. 36 (1989) and Vol. 37 (1990)

1840 census index, military pensioners, Vol. 28 (1981)

Confederate prisoners, Battle of Franklin (598, 443 names, battlefield map), Vol. 36 (1989)

The Battle of Franklin, Vol. 51 (2004)

Owen-Crockett Cemetery, Vol. 14 (1967)

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Wilson County

1799 petition to form Wilson County from Sumner County (300 names), Vol. 7 (1960)

1801 petition to change county line (175 names, some from Smith Co.), Vol. 16 (1969)

1802-21 marriage bonds, Vol. 24 (1977), Vol. 25 (1978) and Vol. 26 (1979)

1803 petition on county boundaries (352 names), Vol. 41 (1994)

1804: Joseph and Sarah Thomas family, Vol. 31 (1984)

1804-05 tax lists, Vol. 9 (1962) and Vol. 11 (1964)

1806 petition on tax to complete courthouse, Vol. 32 (1985) and Vol. 40 (1993)

1806-08 unpaid taxes, sale of land, Vol. 47 (2000)

1809 petition to free Zebulon Baird, Vol. 33 (1986)

War of 1812 pensioners, Vol. 8 (1961)

1813 petitions (over 200 names), Vol. 32 (1985) and Vol. 37 (1990)

1814: land sold for unpaid U.S. direct tax; residents taking up estrays, Vol. 43 (1996)

1817 tobacco inspection petitions, Vol. 14 (1967) and Vol. 17 (1970)

1840 census index, military pensioners, Vol. 32 (1985)

List from Lebanon Democrat, Vol. 27 (1980)

Bettis family, Vol. 42 (1995)

1898 degrees, Cumberland University, Vol. 51 (2004)

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General Articles

1774-7 militia lists, Washington Co. and Pittsylvania Co. VA, Vol. 25 (1978)

1776 expedition of Gen. Rutherford against Cherokees, Vol. 7(1960) and Vol. 8 (1961)

1778-91 North Carolina land grants in Tennessee, Vol. 12 (1965)

1780 Nashborough-Cumberland River settlers (243 names), Vol. 16 (1969)

1784-90 justices of peace, militia officers in Tennessee, Vol. 21 (1974)

1801 Mero District petition to General Assembly (22 names), Vol.39 (1992)

1801-04 Cherokee pass book, Vol. 2-6 (1954-59)

1803 petitions (gambling; Gaspar Lott; Holston River: 350+ names), Vol. 41 (1994) and Vol. 42 (1995)

1805 Cherokee Nation baptisms by Rev. Evan C. Jones, Vol. 26 (1979)

1806 Academies and their trustees in Tennessee, Vol. 32(1985)

1807 Middle Tenn. Revolutionary War veterans, Vol. 48 (2001)

1809 public lotteries, Vol. 48 (2001)

1809-12 petitions (East TN settlers, French Broad/Holston rivers: 270+ names), Vol. 34 (1987)

Justices of the Peace, Tennessee, 1811, Vol. 39 (1992)

1812 muster rolls, Vol. 13 (1966)

1812 petition/Congressional Reservation for relief (400 names), Vol. 9 (1962)

1812 petitions (350+ names), Vol. 35 (1988)

War of 1812, Cheatham’s (Second) Regiment muster roll (80 names), Vol. 34 (1987)

War of 1812 expedition, Vol. 2-6 (1954-59)

1813 Cumberland College, Vol. 48 (2001)

1813 East TN militia list, partial, Vol. 36 (1989)

1813 East TN petition (212 names),Vol. 38 (1991)

1813 French Broad/Holston petitions (516 names, 433 names), Vol. 24(1977)Vol. 38 (1991)

1814 A. Jackson’s TN Vols. (69) bur nr Ft. Williams, AL, Vol. 18 (1971)

1814 estrays, Nashville newspaper, Vol. 43 (1996)

1814 TN soldiers in Coosa River, AL cemetery, Vol. 45 (1998)

1814 TN militia buried in Talladega Co, AL, Vol. 14 (1967)

1814-20 Tennesseans in Illinois, purchasers (52 names), Vol. 35 (1988)

1814 East Tennessee Emancipation, Vol. 47 (2000)

1815 First TN Militia muster roll (90 names), Vol.2-6, 1954-59)

1817 U.S. public land sale, Vol. 43 (1996)

1819 petition, Chickasaw Purchase residents, Vol. 12 (1965)

1820’s-1850’s: Some Early Steamboat Disasters on Western Waters, Vol. 50 (2003)

1825 Tennessee caravan to Santa Fe, Vol. 47 (2000)

1826-7 Western District Land Grants, Book 1 (Vol. 14 (1967), Vol. 15 (1968) and Vol. 16 (1969)

Western District Land Grants, Book 1A, Vol. 16 (1969), Vol. 17 (1970), Vol. 18 (1971) and Vol. 19 (1972)

1830-47 Asa Newport, blacksmith’s ledger, Vol. 46 (1999)

1831-1901, TN students at the University of Alabama, Vol. 20 (1973)

1833-43 Chickasaw Removal, expenditures (Memphis to Little Rock to Ft. Coffee), Vol. 7 (1960) and Vol. 8 (1961)

1834 Tennessee lawyers, Vol. 12 (1965)

1834 TN 2nd Constitution, biographies, Vol. 44 (1997)

1835 stage coach routes, Vol. 39 (1992)

1835-37 Tennesseans in SC (Greenville Mountaineer), Vol. 23 (1976)

1841, 1845 TN Legislature, Vol. 25 (1978)

1845-6 subscribers to Banner of Peace and Cumberland Presbyterian Advocate, Vol. 36 (1989)

1855 Masonic news from West Tennessee Democrat, Vol. 51 (2004)

East Tennessee Side-Saddle Cavalry, Vol. 46 (1999)

Tennesseans in Alabama newspapers, Vol. 42 (1995)

Tennesseans in Arkansas, Vol. 24 (1977),Vol. 33 (1986), Vol. 36 (1989), Vol. 39 (1992),Vol. 40 (1993)

1850 Tennesseans by birth living in KY (6 counties), Vol.9-14 (1962-67); bio abstracts, Vol. 23 (1976)

1850 Tennesseans living in California, Vol. 45(1998) –Vol. 47 (2000), Vol. 14 (1967)

1850 Tennesseans in Marshall County, MS, Vol. 47 (2000), Vol. 48 (2001) and Vol. 49 (2002)

Confederate States Roll of Honor (review), Vol. 53#3 (2006)

Tennesseans in Mississippi, bio and history, Vol. 37 (1990) and Vol. 38 (1991)

Tennesseans in Yazoo County, MS Will Book A, Vol. 14 (1967)

Tennesseans on Florida Confederate pension rolls, Vol. 50 (2003)

Tennesseans in Florida; History of Orange County, Vol.36 (1989)

Tennesseans in Caswell County, NC, Vol. 34 (1987)

Tennesseans in Illinois, bio abstracts, Vol. 24 (1977); in White Co, IL, Vol. 40 (1993) and Vol. 41 (1994)

index compiled 3/12/08 by Ann K. Ray

Tennesseans in Orange County, Indiana, bio abstracts, Vol. 30 (1983)

Tennesseans in St. Geneviève County, MO, 1850, Vol. 31 (1984)

Tennesseans serving w. Oregon Volunteers, Civil War, Vol. 24 (1977)

Tennesseans in Texas, Vol. 12-15 (1965-68), Vol. 27 (1980), Vol. 28 (1981)

Tennesseans living in Navarro County, TX, 1850, Vol. 10 (1963)

Wagon Train to Texas, Vol. 22 (1975)

1861-1994 Tennessee Medal of Honor winners, Vol. 52 (2005)

1866 Tennesseans dead at Gettysburg, partial list, The Daily Memphis Avalanche, Vol. 52 (2005)

1898 Williamson family reunion at Monteagle, Vol. 51 (2004)

1901-38 former Tennesseans on Florida Confederate pension rolls, Vol. 50 (2003)

Winchester family, Vol. 45 (1998) and Vol. 46 (1990)

Patrick McGonigal (1754-ca.1837), patriot and pioneer of NC and TN, Vol. 52 (2005)

John G. Bayer Bible (Pennsylvania), Vol. 52 (2005)

Alder Family Bible (Missouri, other locations), Vol. 54#1 (2007)

Other Tennessee Journals (index), Vol. 53#3, Vol. 53#4 (2006)

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