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The People of Wilson County, Tennessee. (1800-1899)

The People of Wilson County, Tennessee. (1800-1899)

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By: Thomas Partlow, Pub.1983, Reprinted 2019, 148 pages, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-308-9.

Wilson County was created in 1799 from portions of Sumner County. It is a pivotal county in the early settlement of Tennessee, and in the subsequent migration of people westward. It is surrounded by the counties of: Cannon, DeKalb, Rutherford, Smith and Sumner. This book contains Wilson County Court Minutes for most of the years from 1802-1875, County Court Judgements for 1809-1819, Quarterly Court Minutes for 1816-1848, Wills & Inventories for 1871-1878. It also has some church records and minutes of Big Spring Church. There are also Lebannon Democrat excerpts. Oaths of Loyalty and some obituaries. This book is a rare glimpse into the lives of those people who lived in Wilson County during the 1800's and no attempt has been made to conceal the truth as revealed in these records.

Author: Thomas E. Partlow
Publisher: Southern Historical Press
Published: 04/02/2019
Pages: 150
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 0.50lbs
Size: 9.00h x 6.00w x 0.35d
ISBN: 9780893083083

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