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A genealogical miscellany, Henderson County, Tennessee

by Jonathan Kennon Thompson Smith
Books/Monographs/Book with Fiche
English
Jackson, Tennessee : J.K.T. Smith, c1997, 2001-2002
7 v. : ill., facsims., 1 map.

Notes

Volumes 3-7 are photocopies of originals.

Title varies.

Correction pasted in vol. 5, p. 7.

Errata tipped in vol. 6.

Includes indexes.

Some of the contents: (vol. 1) abstracts of deed books; index to administrators, executors, settlements; earliest recorded marriages; marriages announced in newspapers; some deaths in newspapers; index of Chancery Court minute books; (v. 2) first general highway map of Henderson County; early land grants; a one-page correction of the 1860 census; genealogical abstracts from Henderson County death certificates, 1914-1923; mortality schedules, United States census, Henderson County; 3 newspaper items; Old Hepzibah [i.e. Hephzibah] Church and cemetery records; bible & family records, Revolutionary War veterans, Henderson County; (v. 3) genealogical miscellany, Henderson County, many items; (v. 4) genealogical miscellany, Henderson County, many items [2nd]; (v. 5) genealogical miscellany, Henderson County, many items [3rd]; (v. 6) the West Tennessee Natchez Trace; Henderson Countians reported in Perry County (in what became Henderson County, ½ page); general land grant book T; 1820 United States census, Perry County (of those who lived in what became Henderson County, ½ page); Hefley family notes; Rock Springs Methodist Church; information from the agricultural schedule, United States Census, 1880, Henderson County, Tennessee; (v. 7) Mount Gilead Cumberland Presbyterian Church; Older Chancery Court records; residents of Lexington, Tennessee in the year 1830; earliest listing of members of the Methodist Church in Lexington; early membership lists of the Baptist Church in Lexington; selections about Henderson Countians in Jackson, Tennessee newspapers, 1870-1880s; the piney knobs; a human casualty in the Lexington tornado, March 13, 1913 [Autry]; additional data from several previous miscellanies including Jones, Darden, Wilson & Hefley-Long family information; Henderson County subjects in long-ago acts of Tennessee.

Library has bound v. 3-7 together.

Also available on microfiche

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