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Sumner County, Tennessee, cemetery records

Margaret Cummings Snider

Sumner County, Tennessee, cemetery records

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Published by McDowell Publications in Owensboro, Ky. (1233 Sweeney St., Owensboro 42301) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Sumner County (Tenn.),
  • Tennessee,
  • Sumner County.,
  • Tennsseee
    • Subjects:
    • Registers of births, etc. -- Tennessee -- Sumner County.,
    • Cemeteries -- Tennessee -- Sumner County.,
    • Inscriptions -- Tennsseee -- Sumner County.,
    • Sumner County (Tenn.) -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes indexes.

      Statementcompiled by Margaret Cummings Snider, Joan Hollis Yorgason.
      ContributionsYorgason, Joan Hollis.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF443.S9 S65
      The Physical Object
      Pagination1 v. (various pagings) ;
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3860782M
      LC Control Number81181382

      When the cemetery was established in the early years of the 19th century, it was laid out at the edge of town as a city cemetery that still managed to look like a family cemetery. All bags, purses and laptop cases are not permitted in the Archives, lockers with locks are available. The records of Sumner County are largely intact and date from the county's formation in Tennessee Research. Sumner County Archives Overview of the Holdings The Sumner County Archives is the depository for the official records of Sumner County, Tennessee and is also a genealogical and historical research facility.

      McGhee, Lucy Kate. Make check payable to Sumner County Historical Society. Criminal Court indexes and docket books to end of It includes bonds for marriages, estates, land, etc.

      If you experience performance issues during any other time, please contact us at 1. It includes original wills, estate packets, a collection of miscellaneous documents and a vast collection of original transcripts of lawsuits. The following book is a useful aid for finding the original records. Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Pub.


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Sumner County, Tennessee, cemetery records book

Held in the town's old cemetery located close to the town squareactors and actresses depict various historical figures who lived in and around Gallatin during its years of history—particularly those who lived prior to —from lawyers and doctors to business people to various persons of note in the community.

This large structure, consisting of an obelisk atop a tall inscribed pedestal, was originally built inmaking it one of the oldest Mexican-American War monuments in the state.

Almost all early county records are housed at the Archives. Tennessee Research. The story of the first private preserve in the United States dedicated to fox hunting and steeplechase racing. For tips on accessing census records online, see Tennessee Census. When the cemetery was established in the early years of the 19th century, it was laid out at the edge of town as a city cemetery that still managed to look like a family cemetery.

Created by local experts familiar with the area's families, these indexes are often transcribed more accurately than nationwide online indexes. Its status as the premiere burial site in Sumner County in the 19th and early 20th centuries is emphasized by many grand tombstones and the presence of the graves of several people who were significant to the history of Gallatin, Sumner County, and Tennessee.

The average household size was 2. Henry died in Far West, Missouri in Juliet, Tenn. The median age was A conference room is available for patron use for discussion and exchange of research information.

There were 8, households out of which Overview of the Holdings The Sumner County Archives is the depository for the official records of Sumner County, Tennessee and is also a genealogical and historical research facility. Grasslands by Walter Durham.

Make checks payable to Sumner County Historical Society. The racial makeup of the city was And numerous histories compiled by local historians from records that we have not seen or read ourselves.

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Gap employs 1, workers, making it the largest employer in the city. Reply time for a request is usually about two weeks. Census, Sumner County, Tennessee.Explore the world’s largest collection of free family trees, genealogy records and resources. FamilySearch Sumner County Sumner County, Tennessee cemetery records — atlasbowling.com Attention: This site does not support the current version of your web browser.

Sumner County, TN Miscellaneous Records COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX by Zoie Lynne Bowen, 64 Pages, Full Name Index, Softcover This volume contains church, marriage, cemetery records, and Civil War Muster Rolls as found in a hand-written file of the WPA collection taken in TN, $ Sumner County, TN Census Records Census.

Find Public Records in Sumner County, Tennessee. This page lists public record sources in Sumner County, atlasbowling.comonal resources can be found on our Tennessee State Public Records page, on city pages, and on topic pages using the navigation above.

Wilson County was formed in from Sumner County (Acts of TennesseeAnnotated Cemetery Records of West Wilson County Area of Tennessee (Mt.

Juliet-West Wilson County Historical Society, Wilson County, Tennessee, Deed Book(Partlow, ). Description. Sumner County, Tennessee was created from Davidson County in and was itself the parent county of Smith and Wilson counties.

Jay Guy Cisco’s monograph on Sumner County was assembled from a series of articles that the author had published in the Nashville American in and that he subsequently revised and expanded for this book. In the preparation of his opus, the author.

Communities near the Perdue Cemetery Our GPS coordinates for the Perdue Cemetery have not been verified, but they should be close. The overhead view might be misaligned, although it should be in the general area.

Below you will find information about the communities that are in the vicinity of the Perdue Cemetery.