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See also Drew Co., AR, and these surnames: Barthel, Davis, Dickson, Faires, Griffis, Inman, McCartney, Logan, Nelson, Taylor.

"1830 Census Middle Tennessee." Transcribed and Indexed by Byron Sistler, 1971 This lists only the head of household by name. The rest are broken down into groups by sex (males on the left, females on the right), and age groups (under 5, 5-10, 10-15, 15-20, 20-30, and so on in ten year increments). In other words, some one who is not the head of household will not be listed by name. CWM, SKP

"1830 Census-East Tennessee." Transcribed and indexed by Byron Sistler, 1969. This census lists only the head of household by name. The rest are broken down into groups by sex (males on the left, females the right), and age groups (under 5, 5-10, 10-15, 15-20, 20-30, and so on in ten year encrements). In other words, someone who was not a head of household will not be listed by name. SKP

"1850 Federal Census, Tennessee." Byron and Barara Sistler 1974, reprint 1991, published by authors. 1850 Census for all counties in Tennessee. GW3, LLS, SKP

"1860 Census-Tennessee", Vol. #1, A-Crag. Barbara and Byron Sistler, 1982. SKP

"1860 Census-Tennessee", Vol. #2, Crai-Haynes. Barbara and Byron Sistler, 1982. SKP

"1860 Census-Tennessee, Vol. #3, Hayney-McKee." Byron & Barbara Sistler, 1982. SKP

"1860 Census-Tennessee, Vol. #4, McKeeh-Sexton." Byron & Barbara Sistler, 1982. SKP

"1860 Census-Tennessee., Vol. #5, Sexug-Z." Byron & Barbara Sistler, 1981. SKP

"1870 Census-Tennessee." ((Head of Household INDEX ONLY). Transcribed and indexed by Byron & Barbara Sistler, 1985. This census is an INDEX of HEADS of HOUSEHOLD only - no other people are listed in this index.SKP

"1880 Tennessee Census." GB4

"2400 Tennessee Pensioners, Revolution, War of 1812." Zella Armstrong, Genealogical Publishing Co. Chattanooga TN, 1937, 1975. SE, VW

"Civil War Abstracts Field Reports and Correspondence." Compiled by Randolph N. Smith, Clinton County Historical Society, 1992. Abstracts of field reports from South Central Kentucky and North Central Tennessee. Names listed include: Abner, Adams, Aiken, Alcorn, Alexander, Allen, Anderson, Armstrong, Arnold, Baise, Baison, Baker, Barnes, Beason, Beaumont, Behle, Belbo, Benjamin, Bennett, Biffle, Biggerstaff, Bland, Bledsoe, Bolen, Boles, Booden, Booker, Bow, Boyle, Bradley, Bragg, Bramlette, Branner, Breckenridge, Brent, Bridewater, Bristow, Brown, Brownlow, Bruce, Bruton, Bryan, Buckner, Buell, Bullit, Bullock, Burbridge, Burford, Burgess, Burnside, Burton, Busteed, Butler, Byram, Byrd, Cameron, Campbell, Capps, Capron, Carrington, Carter, Cash, Caswell, Chalmers, Chapin, Chauncy, Cheatham, Chenault, Chitwoods, Cilton, Cleburne, Cloyd, Cluke, Coale, Coffey, Comar, Compton, Coop, Cooper, Cosby, Coy, Cozatt, Craddock, Craft, Crandell, Crittenden, Crook, Cross, Daniel, Davidson, Davis, Debaum, Denning, Dibrell, Dickerson, Dickson, Donelson, Drake, Drye, Ducat, Dudley, Duffield, Duke, Ducan, Eastin, Eaton, Edwards, Ellis, Estell, Fairleigh, Ferguson, Finnell, Flowerree, Forrest, Frain, Franklin, Frogg, Fry, Gano, Garner, Garrard, Gass, Gilbert, Gilkison, Gillmore, Glassford, Goddard, Good, Goodbur, Goodhue, Graham, Granger, grant, Granville, Gratz, Graves, Green, Greene, Gregg, Grider, Grigsby, Groom, Guthrie, Haggard, Halleck, Hamilton, Hammond, Hampson, Hanson, Hapkins, Hardee, Hare, hardin, Harlan, Harney, Harris, Hartsuff, Hascall, Haugh, Haynes, Hays, Hazen, Head, Helm, Henager, Hendren, Henry, Henshaw, Herd, Hickman, Hicks, Highley, Hillborough, Hillyer, Hines, Hobson, Hogan, Holloway, Holman, Honnell, Hopkins, Hoskins, Hough, Huddleston, Hudson, Huff, Huffhines, Huffman, Hugger, Hughes, Hunt, Huntington, Hurt, Huwald, Jackson, Jacob, Jaeans, James, Jenkins, Jennings, Jesse, Johnson, Jones, Jordan, Judah, Kautz, Keen, Kirkpatrick, Kise, Knight, Leasure, Lee, Leeson, Letcher, Leverage, Liberty, Lincoln, Lindsay, Lippincott, Lieuzy, Longdorf, Loose, Longstreet, Loring, Lyon, Mackall, Manson, Marcum, Marshall, Martin, Maury, Maxwell, Mays, Maywell, McClellen, McCollum, McComas, McCook, McCoy, McCullough, McHenry, McKinney, McKinstry, McLain, McLean, McMillen, McNairy, McPherrin, McRea, McWilliams, Mehringer, Mershon, Metcalfe, Miller, Milton, Monroe, Moody, Moore, Morgan, Morrison, Mundy, Murphy, Murray, Neely, Nelson, Niemeyer, Norton, O'Brien, O'Grady, O'Neil, Owen, Owsley, Paces, Paine, Pardy, Parrish, Payne, Peach, Pegram, Pennebaker, Peterman, Peyton, Pharris, Phifer, Pierce, Polk, Pond, Pound, Prutzman, Purdy, Quigg, Raiborne, Rains, Randol, Ratcliff, Ray, Reed, Richardson, Riddle, Riffe, Rigney, Riley, Robinson, Roe, Rogers, Rose, Rosecrans, Rousseau, Runkle, Ryan, Sanders, Sanford, Saufley, Saunders, Schoepf, Scott, Searcy, Semple, Settle, Shackleford, Sharp, Shaw, Sheliha, Sherman, Sidwell, Simpson, Smith, Speer, Stager, Stanley, Stanton, Starling, Starnes, Stevenson, Stockes, Stone, Stoughton, Stover, Strickland, String, Sturgis, Sullivan, Sweeney, Swope, Symonds, Talent, Tarrant, Taylor, Terry, Thomas, Thrope, Thruston, Thurman, Tompkins, True, Tucker, Vance, Vandiver, Van Dorn, Van Winkle, Viers, Wade, Wagoner, Waitsborough, Wallace, Walter, Walthall, Wampler, Ward, Washington, Weatherford, Welsh, Wharton, Wheat, Wheeler, White, Wilcox, Willemin, Williams, Williamson, Wilson, Wiltsie, Winfrey, Withers, Wolford, Wood, Woods, Woodward, Wooley, Wright, Wynn, Yates, Young, Zeddon, Zollicoffer. TLF

"Connection in East Tennessee." Olga Jones Edwards and Izora Waters Frizzell. This book is about the famlies of Eastern Tennessee, particulary Blount County. The famlies listed are: Myers, Walker, Dunn, Headrick, Emert, Kilgore, Cumming, Waters, Magill, Patty, Culbertson, Fancher, Caylor, Webb, Tipton,Oliver, Shields, Gregory, Feezell, Cable, Burchfield, Crowson, Burns, Brickey,LeQuire, Goddard, Lawson and Freshours. AM6

"Early East Tennessee Marriages." By Byron & Barbara Sistler, 1987. This title is in two volumes, Volume #1 is listed by groom, Volume #2 is listed by bride. The counties included are Anderson, Blount, Campbell, Carter, Claiborne, Grainger, Greene, Hamilton. Hawkins, Jefferson, Johnson, Knox, McMinn, Meigs, Monroe, Rhea, Roane, Scott, Sevier, and Washington. Official anti-bellum marriage records do not exist for the rest of the counties of East Tennessee. All pre-1861 marriages are set forth here. SKP

"Early Middle Tennessee Marriages", (2 Vols.) by Byron and Barbara Sistler, 1988. SKP

"Early Tennessee Tax Lists," Byron & Barbara Sistler, Nashville, 1977. CWM

"East Tennessee's Forgotten Children Apprentices from 1778 to 1911." Alan N. Miller II, Clearfield Company, Inc., 2000. The institution of apprenticeship was a common means for providing for the maintenance and future self-reliance of orphaned children, as well as any child whose father had abandoned him or otherwise refused to support him. This publication contains the records of apprenticeships scattered among the minutes of the county courts for Eastern Tennessee. The records, some 11,000 of them, span the period from 1778 to 1911 and bear reference to apprenticeships created in the following Tennessee counties: Anderson, Bledsoe, Blount, Bradley, Campbell, Carter, Claiborne, Grainger, Greene, Hamblen, Hawkins, Jefferson, Johnson, Knox, Loudon, Marion, McMinn, Meigs, Monroe, Morgan, Polk, Rhea, Roane, Scott, Sequatchie, Sevier, Sullivan, Union, and Washington. Where noted in the records, these apprentices were groomed to work in the following trades: hatter, blacksmith, saddler, tanner, farmer, tinsmith, weaver, shoemaker, seamstress, mill wright, and carpenter. C26

"First Families of Tennessee." East Tennessee Historical Society; Ambrose Printing; c. 2000. A register of early settlers and their present-day descendants. J2

"History of East Tennessee: Containing Historical & Biographical Sketches of Thirty East Tennessee Counties." Goodspeed (reissued on CD by DMK Heritage 2005). Counties: Anderson, Blount, Bradley, Campbell, Carter, Claiborne, Cocke, Grainger, Greene, Hamblen, Hamilton, Hancock, Hawkins, James, Jefferson, Johnson, Knox, Loudon, McMinn, Meigs, Monroe, Morgan, Polk, Rhea, Roane, Sevier, Sullivan, Unicoi, Union, Washington This 554 page history of East Tennessee by Goodspeed contains brief histories of the counties and numerous biographies, photos, and maps. (Check www.DMKHeritage.com for surnames included). JBCH

"A History of Tennessee and Tennesseans Vols 1,3,4,5,6,7 & 8." Will Hale and Dixon Merritt, The Lewis Publishing Company, 1913. Various histories on the leaders and early settlers, representative men in commerce, industry and lawmakers. Genealogy information is limited and varied but is present. There is an index to the books that allows for surname lookups. PA1

"Marriages from Early Tennessee Newspapers 1794-1851," Rev. Silas E. Lucas ed. Southern Historical Press, 1978. CWM

"Middle Tennessee's Forgotten Children - Apprentices from 1784 to 1902." Alan N. Miller, published by Clearfield Company, Inc., 2004. Apprenticeship was a common method of providing maintenance for orphans, abandoned children, or those whose parents refused to support them. These records, normally buried in county court minute books, are invaluable to genealogists because they establish the existence of young people who might otherwise go undetected. This volume is the gleanings from some 7,000 apprenticeship records spanning the period from 1784 to 1902 in these Tennessee counties: Bedford, Cannon, Cheatham, Clay, Coffee, Davidson, DeKalb, Dickson, Franklin, Giles, Grundy, Hickman, Houston, Humphreys, Jackson, Lawrence, Lewis, Lincoln, Marshall, Maury, Montgomery, Moore, Overton, Perry, Robertson, Rutherford, Smith, Stewart, Sumner, Van Buren, Warren, Wayne, White, Williamson, and Wilson. Includes name, date, age at apprenticeship, master's name, miscellaneous data ranging from the name of the mother or sibling, race, cause of apprenticeship, trade taken up, etc. C26

"North Carolina Land Grants in Tennessee 1778-1791." Leister E. Presley. When North Carolina gave up her claim to Tennessee the Secretary of State of the United States requested a list of the lands that had been granted in that territory so the right of ownership could be protected. This is a copy of that List. DH5

"The Patriots and Guerillas of East Tennessee and Kentucky." Major J. A. Brents, McDowell Publications, 1862 (reprint 2001). Brownlow, Johnson, Hale, Zackarys, Huddleton, Beaty, Ferguson, Coffey, Philpott, Hamilton, Nelson, Bramlette, Garrard, Fry, Bird, Carter, Wolford, Honnell, Letcher, Helveti, Morrison, Alexander, Smith, Hoskins. TLF

"The Reconstructed Census of Tennessee." Author: Charles A Sherrill. Published by Charles A. Sherrill,1023 Waters Edge Circle,Mt. Juliet TN 37211, 2001. 33,000 long-lost records from tax lists, court minutes, church records, wills, deeds, and other sources for the year of 1810. Note: I own the book, but I have not obtained copyright permission from the author. JA6

"Record of Commissions of Officers in the Tennessee Militia 1796-1815," Mrs. John Trotwood Moore, Tennessee Historical Commission, 1947. CWM

"Red River Settlers, Records of the Settlers of Northern Montgomery, Robertson and Sumner Counties, Tennesseee." Edythe Rucker Whitley. CT1

"The Scots-Irish in the Hills of Tennessee." Billy Kennedy, Causeway Press, 1995. Billy Kennedy is assistant editor of the Ulster/Belfast News Letter, Northern Ireland's leading morning newspaper and the oldest English language newspaper, having been founded in 1737. In addition to an historical overview of the Scots-Irish, there are names listed in the following chapters: Ulster-born veterans of Kings Mtn., the Scots-Irish presidents, Knoxville Ulstermen founders, Scots-Irish who framed the declaration of independence, families who blazed a trail on the frontier, and Scots-Irish in the Revolutionary War. J2

"Tennessee Cousins." Worth S Ray, Genealogical Publishing Company, 1999. First printed in 1950, this book is the history of Tennessee people. It is divided into counties. AJ3

"Tennessee Divorces 1797-1858," Gale W Bamman & Debbie W Spero, Nashville. 1985. CWM, GW3

"Tennessee Genealogical Records: Records of Early Settlers from State and County Archives." Edythe Rucker Whitley. A collection of State Records: Revolutionary Warrants, Original Grants, Legislative Papers and Petitions, Miscellaneous State Records: NC Certificates of Survey, NC Land Grants 1793-1794, List of Soldiers 1785-1790, Legal Notice 1807, Some notes on Old Burial Grounds and Tombstone Inscriptions, Letters and Certificates, Pention Reports, Some Tenessee Soldiers of War of 1812. County Records and a number of Family Records. CT1, SKP

"Tennessee Land Grants-Surnames E & F." SJK

"Tennessee Land Grants, surnames L-LZ." By Barbara, Byron and Samuel Sistler, 1997. SKP

"Tennesseans in the War of 1812," Byron & Samuel Sistler, Nashville, 1992 CWM

"Tennessee Mortality Schedules, 1850, 1860, 1880." Transcribed and indexed by Byron and Barbara Sistler, Nashville, TN, 1984. This is for deaths in the above stated years only (ie. 1850, 1860 and 1880 only). Lists name, age, sex, color, free or slave, marital status, place of birth, place of birth of father (1880 only), place of birth of mother (1880 only), month of death, cause of death, county & census year. SKP

"Tennessee Records: Tombstone Inscriptions and Manuscripts (Historical & Biographical)." Jeanette Tillotson Acklen; originally published 1933, Nashville; reprinted Baltimore, 1967, 1976 and 1994, 95, 98 by Genealogical Publishing Co. The principal content is a cemetery by cemetery listing of those buried according to tombstone inscriptions. In addition, there are some historical and/or biographical sketches focused on prominent Tennesseeans or notable events in the state. The names are indexed. KL3

"Tennessee Settlers and Thier Descendants." Tennessee Genealogical Society, 1994. Has surname index only. AJ3

"Tennessee Soldiers in the Revolution." Penelope Johnson Allen.
1. Index to Soldiers residing in Washington and Sullivan Counties 1781-1783
2. Complete List of Revolutionary Pensioners residing in Tennessee who have received the Benefits of Congress--Act of May 15, 1828.
3. Index of Wills of Washington Co., Tenn. Vol. 1 (1779-1858)
4. Abstracts of Wills--Washington Co., Tenn.
5. Marriage Records of Blount Co., Tenn.
6. Marriage Register, Vol. 1 of Davidson County, Tennessee
7. Revolutionary Grants in Davidson Co., Tenn. LLS

"Tennessee Wills and Administrations 1779-1861." Byron & Barbara Sistler, Nashville, 1990. CWM

"TWENTY-FOUR HUNDRED TENNESSEE PENSIONERS." Zella Armstrong Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc. 1975. List of Pensioners Revolution and War of 1812. LLS

Anderson Co.

"1880 Anderson Co., TN. Census." Sistler. GB4

"Anderson County - 1836 Tennessee Civil Districts and Tax Lists." James L. Douthat, Mountain Press, 1993. Anderson County, TN tax lists for 1837, 1838 & 1839, by district, along with a general map of the 10 districts of Anderson County in 1836. C26

Bedford Co.

"1880 Bedford Co., TN. Census." Sistler. GB4

Helen C. and Timothy R. Marsh. "Bedford County Tennessee Bible Records." vol. 1 & 2. Shelbyville, Tennessee: Marsh Historical Publications, 1977 & 1986. MME

"Bedford County Tennessee Family History Book." Bedford Co. Historical Society, Turner Publishing Company, 2002. This book contains general history of Bedford Co including communties, schools, churches, businesses, families, and a family album many with photos. AJ3

Helen C. and Timothy R. Marsh. "Cemetery Records of Bedford County Tennessee." Shelbyville, Tennessee: Marsh Historical Publications, 1976. MME

"Shelbyville Times-Gazette. A Pictorial History of Bedford County Tennessee." 1994. MME

Benton Co.

"1880 Benton Co., TN. Census." Sistler. GB4

Bledsoe Co.

"1880 Bledsoe Co., TN. Census." Sistler. GB4

Blount Co.

"1850 US CENSUS BLOUNT CO., TN." S-K PUBLICATIONS. GB4

"1880 CENSUS - TENNESSEE." Byron and Barbara Sistler. Blount Co., TN. Census. GB4

"BLOUNT CO. TN. CEMETERY RECORDS." Edith B. Little 1980. GB4

"BLOUNT COUNTY, TENNESSEE MARRIAGES 1795 TO 1915." Edith B. Little - 1982. GB4

"History of Blount County Tennessee: From War Trail to Landing Strip 1795-1955." Inez E. Burns, Unknown publisher, 1957. The history of Blount County Tennessee. This book was sponsored by the DAR and the TN Historical Commission. AJ3

"Marriages of Blount County, Tennessee 1795-1859." compiled by Edythe Rucker Whitley. Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. 1982. Gives names of bride and groom and date of marriage only. SE

Bradley Co.

"1840 Census-Tennessee-Bradley County." Byron & Barbara Sistler, Oct. 1986. SKP

"1860 Federal Census, Bradley County, Tennessee." Compiled by William R.Snell, under the auspices of Bradley County Historical Society, 1983. Lists only the names and residence numbers. The original census should be checked for additional information. There is a listing of districts for Bradley County with the house numbers in that district. If the district number is needed, please advise. SKP

"1880 Census-Tennessee, Bradley." Prepared by Byron and Barbara Sistler. GB4, SKP

Campbell Co.

"Campbell Co., TN. 1880 Census." Sistler. GB4

Cannon Co.

"1880 Cannon Co., TN Census." Sistler and Associates. GB4

Carroll Co.

"1880 Carroll Co., TN Census." Sistler and Associates. GB4

Carter Co.

"1880 Carter Co., TN Census." Sistler. GB4

"Carter County TN and Its People 1796-1993." Carter Co History Book Committee, Walsworth Publishing Co, 1993. Short family histories written by the families. Some general info & photos by topic also included (e.g. military, religion). LN5

"Carter County, TN Marriage Records, 1796-1870." Goldene Fillers Burgner. MF1

Cheatham Co.

"1880 Cheatham County TN Census." Transcibed by Byron & Barbara Sistler. Indexed by head of household, but includes all family members relationship and age and occupation. GB4, SJK

Claiborne Co.

"1880 Claiborne Co., TN Census." Sistler and Associates. GB4

"Claiborne County Tennessee Grantee and Grantor Deed Index 1801-1865." by Mark Douglas Treadway, 1994. SJK

"Claiborne County History Tennessee." The Godspeed publishing Company 1887. Brief biographies of early residents. DM

Clay Co.

"Clay Co., TN. 1880 Census." Sistler. GB4

"Overton County Roll Call." Second Edition. Gary Denton Norris, Copyright 2000. Includes listings of cemeteries in Clay, Fentress, Pickett & Putnam Counties in Tennessee, as well as Overton County. Listing is by name, date of birth, date of death, additional information available, and cemetery. F1

Cocke Co.

"1850 U.S. Census for Cocke County, Tennessee." S-K Publications. GB4

"1880 Census for Cocke Co., TN." Transcribed by Byron H. & Barbara Sistler, 1996. GB4, SKP

"Cocke County, Tennessee 1836 Tennessee Civil Districts and Tax Lists." James L. Douthhat, 1993, Mountain Press. Cocke County, TN tax lists for 1839, by district, along with a general map of the 10 districts of Cocke County in 1836. C26

Coffee Co.

"1880 Coffee Co., TN. Census." Sistler. GB4

"Coffee County From Arrowheads to Rockets, a history of Coffee County, TN." Corrine Martinez and Marjorie Collier, Coffee Co. Conservation Board 1969. A history of Coffee County compiled by the Coffee County Conservation Board. Partial index. AJ3

"Coffee County Then and Now 1983." Basil B. McMahan, Williams Printing Company, 1983. This book is divided into 12 Chapters:
Chapter 1: Physical and Geographical
Chapter 2: Civil and Political- county- Manchester, Tullahoma, Beech Grove-Noah, Summitvilee-Shady Grove-Pocahontas, Hillsboro-Praire Plains-Cumberland Academy, 14th District- Belmont-Dixie-Hickerson-Rutledge Falls-Seminary Hill
Chapter 3: Agriculture
Chapter 4: Education
Chapter 5: Business and Industry
Chapter 6: Human Services
Chapter 7: Transportation
Chapter 8: Religion
Chapter 9: Recreation
Chapter 10: Legal
Chapter 11:People-Places-Events
Chapter 12: Military
This book has no index so lookups are time consuming. Thanks. AJ3

Crockett Co.

"1880 Crockett Co., TN. Census." Sistler. GB4

Cumberland Co.

"1880 Cumberland Co., TN Census." Sistler and Associates. GB4

Davidson Co.

"1880 Census for Davidson Co., TN." Sistler. GB4

"Annals of a Scotch-Irish Family: The Whitsitts of Nashville, Tennessee." William H. Whitsitt, Richmond, VA 1904, re-print 1995. CWM

"Davidson County, Tennessee, County Court Minutes, 1783-1792; 1792-1799, and 1799-1803." Carol Wells, Heritage Books, 1991. CWM

"Davidson County, Tennessee Deed Books T and W, 1829-1835." Mary Sue Smith, Heritage Books, 1994. CWM

"Davidson Co., TN Marriages 1838-1863." Byron & Barbara Sistler, Nashville, 1985. CWM

"Davidson County Tennessee Wills & Inventories, Vol I, 1783-1816 and Vol II, 1816-1830." Helen C. & Timothy R Marsh, Southern Historical Press, 1990. CWM

"Donelson, Tennessee Its History and Landmarks." Leona Taylor Aiken, Kingsport Press, Inc., 1968. CT1

"Land Deed Genealogy of Davidson County, Tennessee, Vol I 1783-1792; Vol II 1793-1797, and Vol III 1797-1803." Helen C. & Timothy R. Marsh, Southern Historical Press, 1992. CWM

"Marriage Records Book I: 1789-1837 Davidson County, Tennessee." DAR; French Lick Chapter, 1952. KMW

"Marriage Record Book I, January 2, 1789 - December 13, 1837, Davidson County, Tennessee." Rev. Silas E. Lucas ed, Southern Historical Press 1979. CWM

"Pioneers of Davidson County, TN." Compiled by Edythe R. Whitley, Genealogical Publishing Company, 1981. P15

Decatur Co.

"1880 Decatur Co., TN. Census." Sistler. GB4

DeKalb Co.

See also under these surnames: Allen.

"1880 DeKalb Co., TN. Census." Sistler. GB4

"Cemeteries Of Dekalb County Tennessee." Webb, Turner, and Wall. These listing were compiled from the late 1940's through 1985, and printed sometime afterwards. J44

Dickson Co.

"Dickson Co., TN. 1880 Census." Sistler. GB4

Dyer Co.

"Cemetery Inscriptions of Dyer County, Tennessee." Mrs. Quintard Glass, Southern Historical Press, 1977. CWM

"Dyer County, Tennessee Marriages 1860-1879." Byron & Barbara Sistler, 1989. CWM, GB4

Fayette Co.

"Fayette Co., TN. Marriages, 1838-1871." Sistler. GB4

Fentress Co.

"Fentress Co., TN. 1880 Census." Sistler. GB4

"Fentress County Footprints." Gary Norris; c.2001. J2

"Overton County Roll Call." Second Edition. Gary Denton Norris, Copyright 2000. Includes listings of cemeteries in Clay, Fentress, Pickett & Putnam Counties in Tennessee, as well as Overton County. Listing is by name, date of birth, date of death, additional information available, and cemetery. F1

Franklin Co.

"1870 Franklin County Tennessee Census." Judy Henley Phillips, May 1986. GB4

"1880 Franklin Co., TN. Census." Sistler. GB4

"Marriage Records of Franklin County, Tennessee, 1838 - 1875," Franklin County Historical Society, 1979. CH1, GB4

"Franklin County Marriages 1884-1903." Compiled by Shirley Russell Conn and Ronald W. Conn - privately published 1991. CH1

Giles Co.

"1880 Giles Co., TN. Census." Sistler. GB4

Grainger Co.

"Grainger Co., TN. 1860 Federal Census." JCD3

"Grainger Co., TN. 1870 Federal Census." JCD3

"Grainger Co., TN. 1880 Census." Sistler. GB4, JCD3

Greene Co.

"1850 Greene Co., TN. Census." S-K Publications. GB4

"1880 CENSUS, GREENE COUNTY, TENNESSEE." Byron H. & Barbara Sistler - 1993. GB4, SKP

"Greene County, Tennessee 1836 Tennessee Civil Districts and Tax Lists." James L. Douthat, Mountain Press, 1993. Greene County, TN tax lists for 1836 by district, along with a general map of the 17 districts of Greene County in 1836. C26

"Greene County, Tennessee Marriages, 1783-1868." Compiled by Goldene Fillers Burgner, Published by Southern Historical Press, Reprinted 1991. "The marriages were taken from the original licenses and bonds in the County Court Office of Greeneville, Tennessee." -- G.F. Burgner. GB4, JM4

"Greene Co., TN. Tombstone Inscriptions." WPA 1938. GB4

"Tennessee's First Settlers and Soldiers." by Edward C. McAmis. JM4

Grundy Co.

"Grundy Co., TN. 1880 Census." Sistler. GB4

Hamblen Co.

See also Hawkins Co.

"1880 Hamblen Co., TN. Census." Sistler. GB4

Hamilton Co.

"1880 Census Hamilton County, Tennessee." transcribed by Byron H. & Barbara Sistler, 1996. GB4, SKP

Hancock Co.

See also Hawkins Co.

"Hancock Co., TN. 1880 Census." Sistler. GB4

Hardeman Co.

"1880 Census - Hardeman Co., TN." Sistler. GB4

"Hardeman County, Tennessee Marriages 1823-1861." Byron and Barbara Sistler December,1986. Listing of Grooms and Brides and date marriage license issued between 1823 and 1861. TM

Hardin Co.

"Deed Books C-D and G-H." Vicky L. Hutchings, TN Heritage, 2002. R13

"Deed Books I-J, February 1851-June 1854." Vicky L Hutchings, TN Heritage, 2002. R13

"Hardin County Tennessee Records 1820-1860." Thomas A. Hays, Southern Historical Press, 1985. Abstracted records of county government for the period. Includes county court minutes, tax rolls, wills and inventories, and more. GK2

Hawkins Co.

"1880 Census for Hawkins Co., TN." Sistler. GB4

Haywood Co.

"Haywood County, TN. Marriage Records, 1859-1878." Marjorie Hood Fischer. GB4

Hickman Co.

"Hickman CO TN 1836 Tax List." Hickman CO Historical Society. JW16

"Hickman Co. TN 1850 Census" by S-K Publications. JB

"Hickman Co. TN 1860 census" by United Daug. of Conf. JB

"Hickman Co., TN. 1880 Census." Sistler. GB4

"Hickman Co TN 1910 census" by Rubye and Bruce Tatum. JB

"Hickman Co TN Cemetery Records Part II" by DAR. JB

"Hickman Co TN Quarterly and Monthly Minutes 1867-1878." by Olgia Dotson. JB

"Hickman County Tenn 1807-1993 (Family histories)." by Hickamn Co Tn Historical Soc. JB

"Old Marriage Records of Hickman Co TN- Vol I and Vol II." by DAR. JB

"Records of Hickman County Minute Book 1844-1855." WPA project. JW16

"Spence's History of Hickman Co TN." reprinted by Edward and Olgia Dotson. JB

Houston Co.

"1880 Houston Co., TN. Census." Sistler. GB4

"They Passed This Way Houston Co., TN." Houston Co. Historical Society, Ward Publishing Co., Humbolt, TN. 2004. A listing of cemeteries in Houston Co., TN. with names a dates of people buried there. Also includes directions to most cemeteries. BH

Humphreys Co.

"Humphreys Co., TN. 1880 Census." Sistler. GB4

"Humphreys County Heritage Waverly, Tennessee Volume Two 1983." Humphreys County Historical Society, Dave Turner & Associates, 1983. Pertinent history of institutions, communities, and general information supplied as well as biographical sketches of current families and familes of long ago of Humphreys County. DMH1

Jackson Co.

"1880 Census for Jackson Co., TN." Sistler. GB4

"Echoes of Spring Creek, Jackson County, Tennessee." Harold Allen Hawkins and Janice Hawkins Elrod, 2000. A Genealogy of the Hawkins Family and Related Families of Jackson County and the Surrounding Area. LLS

"Jackson County, TN WPA Records." Mountain Press 1991. Works Project Administration (WPA) papers collected during the late 1930's and early 1940's by various WPA workers. SM3

James Co.

"1880 Census, James County, Tennessee." By Byron & Barbara Sistler, 1991. GB4, SKP

Jefferson Co.

"1880 Census Jefferson Co., TN." By Byron & Barbara Sistler, 1994. GB4, SKP

"Jefferson Co., TN. Marriages 1792-1836." Edythe Rucker Whitley. GB4

"Jefferson County, Tennessee Will Book 3 & Sale Book 1826-1833." Toni Jollay Prevost, Mountain Press, 1989. Abstracts from the WPA transcripts of the orginial records in the Tennessee State Archives. Covers the years 1826-1833. C26

Johnson Co.

"1880 Census, Johnson Co., TN." Sistler. GB4

"History of Johnson County (TN) 1986." Johnson County Historical Society, Johnson County families; Johnson County Historical Society; 1985. Family histories submitted by the descendants of Johnson County, TN families in 1985-86. RJ1

"History of Johnson County (TN) 2000," Volume II. Johnson County Historical Society and Johnson County families; Johson County Historical Society; 2000. Family histories submitted by the descendants of Johnson County, TN families in 2000. RJ1

"Upon a Lonely Hill: The Cemeteries of Johnson County, TN." Jeffrey L. Carrier; PDQ Printers, Elizabethton, TN; 1984. Cemetery listings for Johnson County, TN as of 1984. RJ1

Knox Co.

"1880 Census, Knox County, Tennessee." Sistler, 1996. GB4

"Knox County, TN Marriage Records 1792 - 1837." GB4

"Knox County, Tennesse Marriage Records 1792--1900" by Roscoe Carlisle d'Armand and Virginia Carlisle d'Armand. ARRB

Lake Co.

"Crockett Chapel Cemetery." Isabelle Rogers Algee, Banner Printing Co, Tiptonville, TN, 2002. Tombstone transcriptions of Crockett Chapel Cemetery, Lake County, TN. B15

"Tiptonville City Cemetery, Tiptonville, Tennessee." Lake Co, TN Historical Society, Edited by Isabelle Rogers Algee, Banner Printing Co. In addition to cemetery transcriptions, local funeral home records were searched and family relationships are included. B15

Lauderdale Co.

"1850 U.S. Census - Lauderdale Co., TN." S-K Publications. GB4

"Lauderdale County, Tennesse Marriage Register, 1844-1860." WPA Records by Mountain Press. GB4

Lawrence Co.

"Lawrence Co., TN. 1880 Census." Sistler. GB4

"Lawrence Co., TN. Marriages 1818-1870." Lucas. GB4

Lewis Co.

"Legistative Petition, Citizens of Maury CO, to TN General Assembly 1819." Middle TN Genealogy/Middle TN Genealogical Society. This area later became the Sothwestern portion of Maury CO and that portion of Lewis CO that formed from Maury CO in 1843. Requesting a law be passed giving them a valid land warrant/survey for land they had lived on and improved. JW16

"Lewis Co., TN. 1880 Census." Sistler. GB4

Lincoln Co.

"1880 CENSUS - LINCOLN COUNTY, TENNESSEE." Byron Sistler & Associates - 1998. GB4

"LINCOLN COUNTY, TENNESSEE OFFICIAL MARRIAGE RECORDS - 1838-1880." Helen C. Marsh & Timothy R. Marsh - 1974. GB4

Loudon Co.

"Loudon Co., TN. 1880 Census." Lynn McConkey. GB4

Macon Co.

"1880 Macon Co., TN. Census." Sistler. GB4

"History of Macon County, Tennessee." Harold G. Blankenship 1986. Monroe County Press Tompkinsville, KY. This book is NOT indexed, please provide as many details as you can. Some of the Chapter titles include:Indians, First White Settlers, Early Times, Courthouses, Jails, Early Settlers, Notes From Old Papers, 1860 - 1900, Lafayette, Red Boiling Springs, Epperson Springs, Schools, Doctors and Attorneys, Banks, Wars, Churches, Early Families Parks, Organizations and Cemeteries. KMW

"Macon County Tennessee: History and Families." Macon County Tennessee Historical Society 2001. Turner Publishing Company. Paducah, KY. This work is a compilation of information submitted by Macon county Family Historians and dedicated Historical Society members who amassed thousands of man hours researching, compiling, proof reading, verifying and documenting thousands of pages of submitted materials and records. Whenever possible I will credit the transcriber if they are listed, the dedication it took to produce such a thorough anecdotal history is truly remarkable. The book is indexed. KMW

Madison Co.

"1880 Madison Co., TN. Census." Sistler. GB4

"Madison Co., TN. Loose Marriage Bonds 1823-1832." WPA. GB4

"Madison Co., TN. Marriages 1838-1871." Sistler. GB4

Marion Co.

"1850 Marion Co., Tenn. Census." James L. Douthat - 1983. GB4

"1880 Marion Co., TN. Census." Sistler. GB4

Marshall Co.

"1880 Census - Marshall County, TN." Sistler. GB4

Maury Co.

"1880 Maury Co., TN. Census." Sistler. GB4

"Legistative Petition, Citizens of Maury CO, to TN General Assembly 1819." Middle TN Genealogy/Middle TN Genealogical Society. This area later became the Sothwestern portion of Maury CO and that portion of Lewis CO that formed from Maury CO in 1843. Requesting a law be passed giving them a valid land warrant/survey for land they had lived on and improved. JW16

"Maury CO TN County Court Minutes 1808-1809." JW16

"Maury County, Tennessee- Deed Books A-F, 1807-1817." Virginia Wood Alexander (1965), reprinted by Rev. S. Emmett Lucas, Southern Historical Press, 1981. Abstracts of Maury County, TN Deed Books A-F (1807-1817). Indexed. Due to copyright policies, I cannot send scanned images or photocopies of material. I can transcribe the information presented. S4

"Maury CO TN Wills and Administrations 1807-1861." Sistler. JW16

McMinn Co.

"1880 McMinn Co., TN. Census." Transcribed by Byron H. and Barbara Sistler, 1995. GB4, SKP

"Marriage Records of McMinn Co., TN. - 1820-1870." Reba Bayless Boyer. GB4

"McMinn County, Tennessee and It's People 1819-1997." McMinn County Heritage Book Committee and Don Mills, Inc., 1997. Compilation of McMinn family histories along with chapters on churches, military, agriculture, schools, etc. AJ3

Meigs Co.

"1880 Meigs Co., TN. Census." Sistler. GB4

"A Compendium of Rhea and Meigs County, Tennessee, 1808-1850." Bettye J Broyles, 1980. Census records alphabetically listed by heads of households and marriage records listed by bride and groom. SM9

"History of Tennessee: Meigs County." Chicago and Nashville, The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. (reprinted 1988 by Mountain Press, Signal Mountain, Tennessee). JBCH

"Meigs County, Tennessee Census and Marriage Records, 1850-1900." Bettye J. Broyles, 1982. An alphabetical listing of census by households and marriage records listed by bride and groom. SM9

"Meigs County, Tennessee, Marriages 1851-1865." Byron and Barbara Sistler. Nashville, 1988. GB4, JBCH

"Meigs County, Tennessee Vital Statistics, 1914-1925." Published by Cleveland Public Library, Cleveland, TN and edited by Edna Wiefering Contains basic information such as name, date of death, parents (if known), birthplace (if known), and the number of the death certificate on file at Nashville, TN. SM9

"Meigs County, Tennessee Vital Statistics, 1926-1930." Published bt the Cleveland Public Library, Cleveland, TN 1997 and edited by Edna Wiefering Contains basic information such as name, date of death, parents (if known), birthplace, (if known) and the number of the death certificate on file at Nashville, TN. SM9

"Rhea and Meigs County in the Civil War." V. C. Allen, c1908; Reprinted by Rhea County Historical Society 1995. List of the different companies, Officers and enlisted men with a brief history of the Company. Covers Rhea and Meigs County. TM

Monroe Co.

"1880 Census Monroe Co., TN." Sistler. GB4

"Marriage Records of Monroe County, TN. 1838 through 1890." Lynn McConkey. GB4

Montgomery Co.

"Along the Warioto or a History of Montgomery Co., Tennessee." Ursula Smith Beach, 1964, McQuiddy Press. PLS

"Clarksville (Tenn.) Edition. The National Trade Review. Illustrated. 1895 [a limited edition reprint from abt. 1977]. "Bliss & Gardiner, Business Managers" [a limited edition reprint from abt. 1977 by Ursula Beach, genealogist and town historian]. Many photos of houses, churches, belles of Clarksville, and bios of the movers and shakers,and businesses of the town in 1895. DDS

"Index to Montgomery County, Tennessee Wills & Administrations, 1795 to 1861." Sistler,Sistler, 1990. MR2

"Montgomery Co., TN. 1880 Census." Sistler. GB4

"Montgomery County, Tennessee Marriages 1838-1867." Sistler, Sistler, December, 1986. GB4, MR2

"Williams' 1859 Clarksville Directory, City Guide, and Business Mirror." Vol 1- 1859-60. Williams; C.O. Faxon, Clarksville, 1859 Description of the city of Clarksville in 1859 (5,000 pop.); the churches, banks, schools, and an A-Y (no z) listing of people who live there, where they live and board; and their occupations. The Business Mirror is a Yellow Pages--a listing of who sells what; and a listing of all the post offices in the states and territories of the USA at the time, listed by the county. DDS

Moore Co.

"1880 Moore Co., TN. Census." Sistler. GB4

Morgan Co.

"1860 Census, Morgan Co., TN." Morgan Co. Genealogical Society. J2

"1870 Census, Morgan Co., TN." Morgan Co. Genealogical Society. J2

"1880 Census, Morgan Co., TN." Morgan Co. Genealogical Society. J2

"1880 Morgan Co., TN. Census." Sistler. GB4

"Funeral Home Records from Schubert Funeral Home, Morgan Co., TN Bk. 1." J.A. Cromwell, R.J. Ellis, C.S. Posey; c. 2000. Compiled from records dating 1943 through 1957. J2

"Funeral Home Records from Schubert Funeral Home, Morgan Co., TN Bk. II." J.A. Cromwell, R.J. Ellis, C.S. Posey; c. 2000. Compiled from records dating 1958 through 1966. J2

"Marriage Records of Morgan Co., TN. - 1865-1886." James L. Douthat. GB4

"Morgan County, Tennessee Newspaper Obituaries, Volume 1." J. A. Cromwell; c. 2000. The obituaries contained in this book have been gleaned from the actual newspapers dating from 1916 to 1934. Those papers being the Morgan County Press and the Morgan County News. J2

"Morgan County, Tennessee Newspaper Obituaries, Volume II." J.A. Cromwell; c. 2001. The obituaries are from the actual copies of the Morgan County News, dated 1935 through 1940. J2

Obion Co.

"Obion County History, Union City, Tennessee, 1985." Vol 2. Obion County Historical Society, Taylor Publishing Company, 1985. Compilation of family histories submitted by the residents of Obion County in 1985. PA1

Overton Co.

"1880 Census - Overton County, Tennessee." Byron Sistler & Associates - 1993. GB4

"Overton County, Tennessee Genealogical Records." Edythe Rucker Whitley, 1997. Deeds, Wills, Grants, Misc. Records, Pensioners in 1818- 1883, Index to Will Book 1870-91. GB4

"Overton County Roll Call." Second Edition. Gary Denton Norris, Copyright 2000. Includes listings of cemeteries in Clay, Fentress, Pickett & Putnam Counties in Tennessee, as well as Overton County. Listing is by name, date of birth, date of death, additional information available, and cemetery. F1

Perry Co.

"1880 Perry Co., TN. Census." GB4

Pickett Co.

"Overton County Roll Call." Second Edition. Gary Denton Norris, Copyright 2000. Includes listings of cemeteries in Clay, Fentress, Pickett & Putnam Counties in Tennessee, as well as Overton County. Listing is by name, date of birth, date of death, additional information available, and cemetery. F1

Polk Co.

"1880 Polk Co., TN. Census." Sistler. GB4

"'Fun, Fact and Philosophy': The Diary of John Coffee Williamson 1858-1861." Ben Harris McClary, Tennessee Valley Publishing, 1996. Many local names and places listed in this book. It is indexed. AJ3

"The Heritage of Polk County Tennessee 1839-1997." Polk County Historical & Genealogical Society, 1997. A collection of famliy, church and community histories of Polk County, TN. AJ3

"The History of Polk County Tennessee 1839-1999." Roy G. Lillard, Polk County Historical and Genealogical Society, 1999. Includes chapters on early settlements, education, churches, politics, towns and communties and some biographies. Fully indexed. AJ3

"The Resting Places, Cemeteries of Polk County Tennessee." Jo Ann Garren Finnell, Polk County Historical and Genealogical Society, July 2003. A listing of cemeteries in Polk County, TN. There is an index of individuals. AJ3

Putnam Co.

"1880 Putnam Co., TN. Census." Sistler. GB4

"Overton County Roll Call." Second Edition. Gary Denton Norris, Copyright 2000. Includes listings of cemeteries in Clay, Fentress, Pickett & Putnam Counties in Tennessee, as well as Overton County. Listing is by name, date of birth, date of death, additional information available, and cemetery. F1

Rhea Co.

"1840 Census-Tennessee-Rhea County." Byron & Barbara Sistler, 1986. SKP

"1880 Census Rhea County, Tennessee." transcribed by Byron & Barbara Sistler, 1990. SKP

"A Compendium of Rhea and Meigs County, Tennessee, 1808-1850." Bettye J Broyles, 1980. Census records alphabetically listed by heads of households and marriage records listed by bride and groom. SM9

Diary kept by W. R. Clack 1895-1913. He lived in the North end of Rhea County and recorded just about everyone passing through as he lived on one of the few roads in that area. Excellent source for anyone wanting to know "were they in that area at that time." [A transcription of this diary, as well as W. R. Clack's journal, are now available online.]

"Rhea and Meigs County in the Civil War." V. C. Allen, c1908; Reprinted by Rhea County Historical Society 1995. List of the different companies, Officers and enlisted men with a brief history of the Company. Covers Rhea and Meigs County. TM

"Rhea County Vital Statistics: Record of Births 1908 - 1912." Transcribed by Bettye J. Broyles, Published by Rhea County Historical and Genealogical Society, 1997. The information from this book came from a book at the County Court Clerks office in the Rhea County Courthouse. If a column was not left blank you should get the following information for a given birth: Name of Child; Date of Birth; Sex; Color; Place of Birth; Name of Father; Father's birthplace; Father's occupation; Name of Mother (married); Mother's birthplace; Name of Physician Present at birth; Name of midwife present at birth; date recorded; and page of the orignal book. JB4

"Rhea County Vital Statistics: Records of Births 1924 - 1939." Transcribed by Bettye J. Broyles, Published by Rhea County Historical and Genealogical Society 1997. This book covers the record of birth for Rhea Co., TN from October 1924 through June 1939. The orginal source for this book is located in the office of the County Court Clerk in the Rhea County Court House. The information you may find from these records (if column was not left blank) is: Name of Child; Date of Birth (m/d/y); Color; Sex; Where born (Place,District No.); Father's name; and Mother's Name (Maiden). JB4

"Rhea County Vital Statistics: Record of Deaths 1925 - 1939." Transcribed by Bettye J. Broyles, Published by Rhea County Historical and Genealogical Society, 1997. The information for this book came from a record book in the County Court Clerk office located in the Rhea County Courthouse. Unless a column was left blank you should get the following information for each death record: Name of deceased; Age; Color; Sex; Where born; Where died; Date of Death; and Cause of Death. JB4

Roane Co.

"1880 Census Roane Co., TN." Sistler. GB4

"Roane Co., TN. Marriages 1856-1875." Sistler. GB4

"Roane County, Tennessee Newspaper Abstracts 1808-1879 (Obituaries, Marriages, and Other Items of Genealogical Interest)." Compiled & Indexed by Robert L. Bailey, 1998, appears to be self-published. This book was compiled from all available Roane County newspapers for the time period 1808 to 1879. Because only a limited number of these papers survive, Knoxville and Chattanooga newspapers were searched for items about Roane County. C26

"Roane County, Tennessee Tax Lists 1843-1851." Robert L. Bailey, 1997, self published These tax lists, although incomplete, do provide more detailed information than the 1830/1840 census records, which listed only heads of household. Even those males who did not own real property are frequently listed on these tax lists since they were subject to the poll tax. C26

"Scholastic Population Lists, 1838-1861." Compiled & Indexed by Robert L. Bailey, 1997, appears to be self-published. This book is compiled from the existing Scholastic Population Lists in Roane County's Loose Papers, located in the Roane County Heritage Commission Archives in the old courthouse. These lists give the name of the parent or guardian and the number of children between the ages of six and sixteen. The lists are organized by districts. C26

Robertson Co.

"1880 Robertson Co., TN. Census." Sistler. GB4

"Cemetery Records of Robertson County, Tennessee, Vol I, II & III." Jane M. Durrett & Diane M. Williams, Ashland City, TN 1973-1975. CWM

"Marriages of Robertson County, Tennessee 1839 - 1861." Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. 1981. SJK

"Red River Settlers, Records of the Settlers of Northern Montgomery, Robertson and Sumner Counties." Tennessee, Edythe R Whitley, Genealogical Publishing Co., 1980. CWM

"Robertson Co., TN. 1880 Census." Sistler. GB4

"Robertson County, Tennessee Court Minutes 1796-1807." Carol Wells, Heritage Books, 1993. CWM

Rutherford Co.

"1880 Census, Rutherford Co., TN." Sistler. GB4

"Marriages of Rutherford Co., TN. 1804-1872." Edythe Rucker Whitley. Genealogical Publishing Company, Copyright 1981, Reprinted 1999 for Clearfeld Company by Genealogical Pubising Marriage listings of bride, groom, date, and sureties for Rutherford County TN marriages 1804-1872. GB4

Scott Co.

"1880 Census - Scott Co., TN." Sistler. GB4

"Scott Co., TN. Marriages, 1854-1880." Sistler. GB4

Sequatchie Co.

"1880 Sequatchie Co., TN. Census." Sistler. GB4

Sevier Co.

"1880 Census Sevier Co., TN." Sistler. GB4

Shelby Co.

"1927 Graduating Class of Elizabeth Messick High School, Memphis, Tennessee." Names of graduates of Messick High School in Memphis, Tennessee in 1927. TM

"1933 Annual, State Teachers College, Memphis, TN." Senior Class of State Teachers College 1933. Faculty and students with photos. Includes Class of 1933, Juniors, Sophomores and Freshman. This school is now known as University of Memphis. TM

"Confederates of Elmwood." John W Cothern (Heritage Books), 2007. Elmwood Cemetery is located in Memphis, Shelby County, TN., and is on the National Register of Historic Places. It is the burial location for over 70,000 people. The focus of Cothern's book is burials of over 1,300 Confederate soldiers and veterans at Elmwood. Meticulously researched over a period of years, Confederates of Elmwood contains an alphabetical listing of Confederate soldiers and veteran interred in a designated section of Elmwood called Confederate Soldiers Rest, as well as the locations of burials of Confederates in the remainder of the cemetery. Military, hospital and cemetery records were used to establish identities and dates of death for Confederates buried there, and in most cases, date of birth was unknown. Where possible, Cothern has included service information about each decedent in his entries. D4

"Marriages of Shelby County, Tennessee 1820-1858." Edythe Rucker Whitley - Genealogical Publishing Co., 1982. GB4, SJK

"Shelby Co., TN. 1850 Census." S-K Publications. GB4

Smith Co.

"1880 Smith Co., TN. Census." Sistler. GB4

"Smith County, Tennessee - Chancery Court Records 1824-1871." Thomas E. Partlow, Southern Historical Press, 2001. Court cases related to resolution of disputes in estate administration, land transfer, business and social life, and family life including guardianships and divorce. Forty-five pages of surname/forename index and three pages of slave index (no last names). RB11

"Smith County Tennessee - Deed Books B-M, 1800-1835." Thomas E. Partlow, Southern Historical Press, 1993. References of genealogical value in the earliest land records of Smith County. Includes registration of NC and TN state grants from 1800; records before this time are under Sumner County. No slave index. R13, RB11

"Smith County, Tennessee DEEDS, Volume 2, 1835-1852." Thomas E. Partlow, compiler, Southern Historical Press, 1997. Lists transfers of land and a few slaves (mostly unnamed) between individuals with date, and sometimes with precise location. RB11

Stewart Co.

"1880 Stewart Co., TN. Census." Sistler. GB4

"Stewart Co. Marriages 1838-1866." Edythe Rucker Whitley. GB4, SJK

Sullivan Co.

"Sullivan Co., TN. 1880 Census." Sistler. GB4

Sumner Co.

"1870 US Census for Sumner County, TN." Sumner County Archives. GB4, SKP

"1880 Census Sumner County, Tennessee." Transcribed by Volunteers at Sumner County Archives, 1991. SKP

"1880 Census of Sumner Co., Tennessee." Byron Sister and Associates. GB4

"It is a Goodly Land - A History of Mansker's Station - Goodlettsville Area." Deborah Kelly Henderson with John Claude Garrett, 1982 CWM

"Marriages of Sumner County, Tennessee, 1787-1838." Edythe R Whitley, Genealogical Publishing, 1981. CWM, GB4, SE

"Sumner County, Tennessee Bond Book 1787-1835." Shirley Wilson, Hendersonville, TN 1994. CWM

"Sumner County, Tennessee Court Minutes 1787-1805 & 1808-1810." Carol Wells, Heritage Books, 1995. CWM

"Sumner County, Tennessee Deed Abstracts, 1793-1805 and 1806-1817." Joyce Martin Murray, Wolfe City, TX 1988. CWM

"Sumner County, Tennessee, Inventories, Settlements and Guardian Accounts, Vol A, March 1808 - February 1821." Gale W Bamman & Debbie W. Spero, 1984. CWM

"Sumner County, Tennessee Marriages 1839-1875." Era W Stinson & Elizabeth Sue Spurlock, Bowling Green, KY 1985. CWM

"Sumner County, Tennessee Probate Data 1787-1808." Gale W Bamman & Debbie W. Spero, Nashville, 1984. CWM

"Sumner County, Tennessee Will Abstracts 1788-1882." Shirley Wilson CG, 1987. CWM

Tipton Co.

"1850 Census Tipton Co., TN." S-K Publications. GB4

"1880 Census Tipton County, Tennessee." Sistler - 1992. GB4

"Tipton Co., TN Marriages 1840-1874." GB4

Trousdale Co.

"Trousdale Co., TN. 1880 Census." Sistler. GB4

Unicoi Co.

"1880 Unicoi Co., TN. Census." Sistler. GB4

"Cemeteries of Unicoi County, Tennessee." Unicoi County Historical Society, Overmountain Press, 1992. K23

Union Co.

"Ailor Mortuary Records 1933 - 1983." JCD3

"Footprints," A book of Union Co. Cemeteries. JCD3

"Transcription of Union Co, TN Federal Census 1860-1910." Evelyn Holloway & Sonja Collins 1984-85. 1860 & 1870 publication dates are not shown; no copywrite. 1880 copywrite 1984; 1900 copywrite 1985; 1910 copywrite 1985. JCD3

"Union Co., TN. 1880 Census." Sistler. GB4

Van Buren Co.

"Van Buren Co., TN. 1880 Census." Sistler. GB4

Warren Co.

"1880 Warren Co., TN. Census." Robert A. C. Hillis, Jr. GB4

"The Dodson Family of Warren County, Tennessee and Allied Families." Catherine Gaffin Lynn, published by the author in 1974. The book contains genealogical information regarding the Dodson's and McGregor's who settled in and remained in Warren County Tennessee prior to 1809. J36

"Sketch of Beersheba Springs and Chickamauga Trace." Blanche Spurlock Bently published by The Lookout Publishing Co. of Chattanooga Tennessee A historical description of the geography and pioneers of Warren Co. Tennessee and the surrounding area. JRJ

"Warren County, TN. Marriages, 1852-1865." Byron & Barbara Sistler, Dec. 1986. GB4

Washington Co.

"1840 Census-Tennessee-Washington County." Byron & Barbara Sistler, 1986. SKP

"1880 Census, Washington County, Tennessee." Sistler - 1994. GB4

"Marriage Record of Washington County,Tenn. 1787-1840." Compiled by Norma Rutledge Grammer & Marion Day Mullins. GB4

"Washington County, TN Inventories of Estates, Vol. 00, 1779-1821." W.P.A. Records, Mountain Press. Inventories of Estates for the years 1779-1821, these are not Wills. A7

"Washington Co., TN. Marriages 1780-1870." Goldene Fillers Burgner. GB4

"Washington County, TN Marriage Records 1871-1899." Watauga Asso. of Genealogists, Gateway Press, 2004. Marriage Records for Washington County, Tennessee for the years 1871-1899. A7

Wayne Co.

"Wayne Co., TN. 1880 Census." Sistler. GB4

Weakley Co.

"1880 Weakley Co., TN. Census." Sistler. GB4

White Co.

"1880 White Co., TN. Census." Sistler. GB4

"The Fred Clark Book of Cemeteries of White County Tennessee, Vol I, II and Volume III: Outlying Cemeteries." Fred Clark Vol I and Vol II, 2003, Vol III, 2006. Vol I and Vol II - listings of 306 cemeteries, all within the boundaries of White County. Vol III - transcripts of tombstones from 107 cemeteries in all surrounding counties, within three miles of White County. SM3

"Oldest Marriage Book 1809-1859 White County, Tennessee." Mary Fancher Mitchell and J. Sharon Johnson Doliante, 1991, Clearfield. Bride and Groom indexes 1809-1859 for White County, Tennessee. LLS

"White County's G.I. Honor Roll Book." The Expositor Printing Company, Sparta, Tennessee 1946. "The purpose of this collection of pictures and information on White County servicemen and women during World War II is to preserve for posterity some record of their service and sacrifices during the greatest war in the world's history." "This book contains the records of over 1,500 White Countians who served in all branches of the service in every part of the world." "Pictures and information on each man or woman were turned in by the parents or members of the families of those in service,. WE are sorry that all who served could not be included, but in some cases pictures were not available or were not suitable for reproduction. Not all pictures are clear but are the best that could be obtained." "The information contained in this book was written following the final victory over Japan. Victory is ours but there can be little joy when so many of our finest have given their lives. We owe it to them to keep forever sacred those ideals for which they made the supreme sacrifice." The Spart Expositor, Publishers. MP1

Williamson Co.

"1880 Williamson Co., TN. Census." Sistler. GB4

"BACK HOME IN WILLIAMSON COUNTY." Lyn Sullivan Pewitt, Hillsboro Press, Franklin, Tn, 1986. Pictures and commentaries on small communities all over Williamson County. Includes old stores, churches, etc. and names of families involved in the development of the area. CBC

"Guardian Records of Williamson County, Tennessee 1845-1865." Albert L. Johnson, Genealogy Pubs, 2001. This volume comprises a genealogical index to historical county records of Williamson County. JC8

"Historic Williamson County." Virginia McDaniel Bowman, Blue & Gray Press, 1971. Old homes and sites in Williamson County, with text on the families who lived there and their connections. CBC

"Probate Genealogy of Williamson Co TN 1799-1832." Albert L Johnson Jr Genealogy Pubs. Probate records for the years 1799-1832. JW16

"Probate Genealogy of Williamson Co TN 1833-1852." Albert L Johnson Jr Genealogy Pubs. Probate records for the years 1833-1852. JW16

"Williamson Co. TN Deed Books A-1, A-2 & B 1800-1811 Vol 1." Louise Lynch Southern Historical Press. Deeds for the years 1800-1811. JW16

"Williamson Co TN Deed Books C, D & E 1811-1820 Vol II." Albert L Johnson Jr., Genealogy Pubs. Deeds for the years 1811-1820. JW16

"Williamson Co TN Wills and Administrations 1800-1861, An Index." Byron Sistler and Barbara Sistler. JW16

Wilson Co.

"1880 Census for Wilson Co., TN." Sistler. GB4

"The People of Wilson County Tennessee 1800-1899." Thomas E. Partlow, Southern Historical Press, 1983. Material of genealogical interest in County Court Minutes 1802-1875, Quarterly Court Minutes 1816-1848, Wills & Inventories 1866-1878. Church deeds and records: Sugg's Creek Church, Barton's Creek Baptist Church, Minutes of Spring Church. Extracts from the Lebanon Democrat; Oaths of Loyalty (post Civil War); miscellaneous obituaries, mostly Ligon and Johnson. RB11

"Tax Lists of Wilson County, Tennessee, 1803-1807." Thomas E Partlow, Genealogical Publishing, 1981. CWM

"Wilson County, Tennessee Deeds (1800-1807), Marriages (1876-1896), and Wills (1878-1902)." Thomas E. Partlow, Southern Historical Press, 1987. CWM

"Wilson County, Tennessee Miscellaneous Records 1800-1875." Thomas E Partlow, Southern Historical Press, 1982. CWM