The ALHN Williamson County, Tennessee and the AHGP Williamson County, Tennessee websites are provided freely for people who are researching their family history in this great county. My name is Darlene Anderson and I am the county coordinator for ALHN's and AHGP's Williamson County. I hope as you browse this website you find useful information that will help you with your research. Should you find a connection from information found on this website send me an email. I would love to hear your story!Williamson County was created by the Tennessee General Assembly on October 26, 1799 and formed from Davidson County. The county was named for Hugh Williamson, a North Carolina politician who signed the United States Constitution.
Our dream is to furnish you, the researcher, with the historical and genealogical information to round out your research on your ancestors. The Tennessee ALHN and Tennessee AHGP will be adding links and data in a continuous fashion. All contributions are gratefully accepted and the copyright for that information will continue to reside with the contributor. There are no "strings" attached to any contribution, you may take it back at anytime although it is our hope that you will not do so. To learn more about ALHN please go to the ALHN Member Information Page or to learn more about AHGP go to the AHGP Member Information Page. If you are interested in adopting a Tennessee county, please send an email to Joyce Gaston for further information. NEARBY COUNTIES: Cheatham | Davidson | Dickson | Hickman | Marshall | Maury | Rutherford This nonprofit historical research site is an independent affiliate of The American Local History Network Inc., the American History and Genealogy Project and is hosted at no charge by Rootsweb. No claim is made to the copyrights of individual submitters.