3 edition of A history of Hickman County, Tennessee found in the catalog.
|Statement||by W. Jerome D. Spence and David L. Spence.|
|Contributions||Spence, David L. joint author.|
|LC Classifications||F443.H6 S7|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||509|
|LC Control Number||00005146|
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Hickman County, Tennessee, The History of. Hickman County, Tennessee, The History of. $ QTY. By: Jerome & David Spence, Pub. , Reprinted , pages, soft cover, Index, ISBN # This book is a narrative (family & otherwise) taken from the inhabitants living at the time of publication. Burke County, North Carolina. A history of Hickman County, Tennessee; by W. Jerome D. Spence and David L. Spence.
Hickman County, Tennessee Second printing of history book published in Collection of submitted family histories, community histories, etc. Indexed. Perry County, Tennessee organized from Hickman and Humphreys Counties. [County Courthouse Book, Elizabeth Petty Bentley, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, MD] See also entry for Pickett County, Tennessee formed from Fentress and Overton Counties.
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A History of Hickman County, Tennessee. Jerome D. Spence, Tennessee book L. Spence. Southern Historical Press, - Hickman County (Tenn.) - pages. 0 Reviews. This book is a narrative (family & otherwise) taken from the inhabitants living at the time of publication. The time period generally covers just prior to the Revolutionary War and.
HICKMAN COUNTY HISTORY. In Decemberwhen the Tennessee General Assembly created a new county, then Representative Robert Weakley attached an amendment to the bill specifying that the new county should be named in honor of Edwin Hickman.
The history of Hickman County began before Tennessee achieved statehood in Leeper, Kate and Paul Court records of Hickman County, Tennessee s.n., Free lookups available!] Dotson, Olgia Hickman County, Tennessee court records, Centerville, Tennessee: Hickman County Historical Society (TN), FHL US/CAN book R2d Court; Family Histories [edit | edit source].
Hickman County vital records can be found at the Tennessee Department of Health (VDH) Office of Vital Records which has copies for copies of birth certificates, marriage licenses and divorce decrees.
There is a fee for each copy requested. Hickman County. Hickman County was formed in from Dickson County (Acts of TennesseeChapter 44).The county seat is Centerville.
There was a fire at the Hickman County courthouse in SHELBY COUNTY, TENNESSEE MARRIAGE BOOK #3 COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX W.P.A.
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Records. In Tennessee’s Hickman County was a quiet, sleepy backwater, where, according to one resident, ‘patient old farmers were drowsily plodding along, eating ‘possom and pumpkin pie.’ Little disturbed the monotony, as residents ‘lost nothing nor made much, and the most fruitful crops were of children and dogs.’Author: Historynet Staff.
Bibliography of Tennessee Local History Sources > Hickman County PLEASE NOTE that the Tennessee State Library and Archives does not hold copies of all of the items listed in this bibliography. Please check the Tennessee State Library and Archives Online Catalog or e-mail the Library and Archives to verify we have an item in our collection.
Hickman County, Tennessee deed books A, B, C ; Author: Crumpton, Barbara J. (Barbara Jean) Hickman County, TN deeds; Author: Hutchings, Vicky L. Morrow. Surveyor's book, ; Author: Hickman County (Tennessee).
Surveyor. Tennessee records of Hickman County: minute book Contact your local LDS Family History Library for. EARLY SETTLERS. hICKMAN COUNTY.
'S (by district) The main source of this section has been compiled from "The History of Hickman County, Tennessee by W. Jerome D. Spence and David L. Spence".This book, which was first published by Gospel Advocate Publishing Company in Nashville, TN in was entered in the Office of the Librarian of.
The sons of Samuel Alderson Baker were: John (born in ), who was sheriff of Hickman County immediately after the Civil War; Thomas, William, Samuel G., and James P. Alice, the wife of George Church, was his daughter. Chapter VI. The History of Hickman County, Tennessee () by W.
Jerome D. Spence and David L. Spence. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Spence, W. Jerome D. History of Hickman County, Tennessee. Nashville, Tenn., Gospel advocate Pub. Hickman is an unincorporated community in Smith County, Tennessee, United States. Its ZIP code is NotesCounty: Smith.
The new book "Hickman County Churches--the Old and the New includes histories of all the churches in Hickman County that could be found. The book will be available after Novemat a cost of $ Hickman County Tennessee a Pictorial History Hardcover – by Hickman County Historical Society (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating.
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likes 36 talking about this 1 was here. An organization committed to the preservation and promotion of 5/5. The history of Hickman County is very important to the people of not only Hickman County but to the counties that were created out of the "Mother" county or Hickman County.
Hickman County was known to early French explorers as the "Iron Banks", to the Chickasaw Indians as "the Dark and Bloody Land" or the "Happy Hunting Ground," to the early settlers as "the Promised.
"History of Blount County Tennessee: From War Trail to Landing Strip " Inez E. Burns, Unknown publisher, The history of Blount County Tennessee. This book was sponsored by the DAR and the TN Historical Commission.
AJ3. Carter Co. "Carter County TN and Its People " Carter Co History Book Committee, Walsworth Publishing. Weakley County, Tennessee ancestry, family history, and genealogy research page.
Guide to Weakley County (established ) genealogy, history, and courthouse sources including birth records, marriage records, death records, census records, wills, deeds and land records, Civil War records, Revolutionary War records, family histories, cemeteries, churches, tax records.
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Government designed and built a small community in Hickman County, Tennessee and named it Wrigley. This website is a collection of photos and articles telling our story.Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Spence, W. Jerome D. History of Hickman County, Tennessee.
Easley, S.C.: Southern Historical Press.History. James B. Walker, Sr. was born on Aug in the town of Centerville in Hickman County, Tennessee. He was the son of James B. and Henry Porter Walker.
Treasurer Walker attended Hickman County schools, graduating from Fairview High School, and attended the University of Tennessee at Knoxville and Columbia University in New York.