|George Wells||Catharine Yearout||17 Sep 1828||Blount|
|Henry Wells||Elizabeth Greer||02 Apr 1848||Blount|
|John G. Wells||Myram E. Rorex||07 Nov 1861||Blount|
|James H. Sherrell||M. J. C. T. Wells||21 Aug 1862||Blount|
|Mary Wells||John Morton||03 Oct 1820||Blount|
|Mary C. Wells||George I. Hunter||29 Jul 1841||Blount|
|Nancy C. Wells||William L. Hutton||23 Dec 1858||Blount|
|Peggy C. Wells||James C. McCallan||07 Feb 1843||Blount|
|Serena J. Wells||Richard Amerine||30 Jan 1851||Blount|
|S. M. Wells||Nancy A. Headrick||10 Oct 1854
Almost all the original marriage books are available on microfilm at The Tennessee State Library and Archives in Nashville. The * following the county means that the source material included additional information of sufficient importance that the researcher is urged to obtain a copy. The B following the name is for black.
The first date is when the license was issued, the second in parentheses is the date the marriage was solemnized.
Source: Early East Tennessee Marriages (Vol. 1), West Tennessee Marriages (Vol. 1) and Early Middle Tennessee Marriages (Vol. 1) by Bryon & Barbara Sistler, Nashville, TN 1987 - 1989
Provided by Sherron Tuter - Tulsa, Oklahoma
e-mail: Wells Family Research Association