Pioneer families of Pickett County, Tennessee.
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Published by College Press in [Collegedale, Tenn .
Written in English



  • Pickett Co., Tenn.


  • Pickett Co., Tenn. -- Genealogy.

Book details:

LC ClassificationsF443.P5 H82
The Physical Object
Pagination180 p.
Number of Pages180
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5600473M
LC Control Number68006852

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  FHL film Item 2; FHL book V3ac at various libraries (WorldCat)This indexed book was compiled from family Bibles, tombstones, manuscripts and other sources. McBride, Robert M., compiler. Tennessee County Data for Historical and Genealogical Research. Nashville: Tennessee State Library and Archives, TN, $ Warren County, TN Deed Book "A" - - COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX by Betty M. Majors 46 Pages, "x11", Full Name Index, Softcover TN, $ Warren County, TN Will Books Compiled by Betty M. Majors. Many Tennessee family records can be found online and at various archives and libraries located throughout the state of Tennessee. Many millions of records aren't yet available online, though, and many of these are awaiting your discovery at the local level at county courthouses, historical societies, churches, county clerks' offices, cemeteries, and elsewhere in Tennessee. Mr. McEwen was the father of a large and influential family that has been prominent in Williamson County since its inception. William Demumhane, son of Captain Demumhane, the pioneer settler of Nashville, was born at the mouth of Mill Creek, on the Cumberland, settled near College Grove.

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