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Tennessee, birth records (ER Series) : COLLECTION RECORD, 1908-1912

Manuscript/Manuscript on Digital Images
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Salt Lake City, Utah : Digitized by FamilySearch International, 2014

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Tennessee, Birth Records (ER Series) are available online, click here.

Images of birth records from the "Enumerator Record Series" in the Tennessee Division of Vital Records. These births were reported yearly by the Board of School Directors in each county; the enumeration was not taken in 1913. The documents are housed at the Tennessee Division of Vital Records in Nashville, which acquired them from the Tennessee State Library and Archives in 1980. Not all records reached the state. If the person you are searching for cannot be found in this collection, try searching county records.

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