Local Genealogy / History Authors- Marion County, Tennessee
Note: All books listed below by local authors are located in the
Genealogy Section of the Orena Humphreys Library in Whitwell, TN.
Euline Harris, 6611 Old Dunlap Road, Whitwell, TN 37397
Cemeteries of Marion County, TN
Deed Book A - Marion County, TN
Deed Book B - Marion County, TN
Early Land Grants, 1824 - 1830, Vol. 1 - Marion County, TN
1836 Tax List (1st tax list Marion County, TN)
1862 Tax List Marion County, TN
Obituaries - 5 Volumes - Marion County,TN
Births 4 Volumes- Marion County, TN
Marriages, 1881 - 1910- Marion County, TN
Marriages, 1911 - 1925 -Marion County, TN
1920 Census - Vol.. 1 & Vol. 2 - Marion County, TN
History of the Court House..Marion Co.,TN
Ancestor Charts Vol.. 1 & Vol.. 2 - Marion County, TN
Digging for your Roots in Marion Co. TN
Hicks Chapel School
Whitwell Scrapbook (People, Places, Pictures, Events)
The following books/precious tidbits salvaged from old Newspapers
Sequatchie Valley Gossip 1897 - 1902 News.
Marion County Newspapers 1895 - 1902 8 volumes.
1911 - 1925 from old Newspapers & Microfilm - Marion County, TN
Civil War Tidbits
Murder, Mayhem, and More.
Up on the Mountain - Whitwell, TN
Along The River - Kelley's Ferry, Mullins Cove, & Stanley News
Mount Olive & in the Pocket in Marion Co.,TN
Sulpher Spring Gossip & News -Marion Co., TN
1862 Tax List
Overton County, TN
Putman County, TN
Bledsoe County, TN. Gossip & News.
Lloyd A. Tate, 6861 Old Dunlap Road, Whitwell, TN 37397
1862 Tax List - Marion Co., TN
1862 Tax List- Putman Co.,TN
1862 Tax List- Overton Co.,TN
Census 1850 - Dade Co., Georgia
Census 1920 - Marion Co., TN
Census Index to: (Every name) from Microfilm
1850 & 1850 - Marion Co., TN
1850, 1860, 1870, & 1880 - Grundy Co., TN
Death Certificates -Microfilm - Marion Co., TN
1908 - 1919
1919 - 1925
1920 Vol. 1 & Vol.. 2
Death Certificates Index - 1908 - 1925
Marion County, TN
Grundy County, TN
Sequatchie County, TN
Nonie H. Webb 3861 Shellmound Road, Jasper, TN 37347
MARION COUNTY, TENNESSEE KEEPSAKE BOOK (1817 - 1930)
This volume is a must have for the serious genealogist/historian.
Lavishly illustrated with beautiful hand drawn maps and rare pictures of
the people and places of Marion County, this book gives you a peek into
the lives of your ancestors. The author takes us back to 1777 in maps
and history of this area from a researchers help view. Including first
settlers, dates, old stage routes, all the 1st post office towns and
postmasters, trains, floods, fires, everything possible; not already
documented, to help a researcher find their people. This book contains the
largest collection ever documented in old maps & photos to reflect on what
it was like when and before their people were here. In addition, you will
find newspaper clippings, anecdotal accounts and other scarce material.
The book is 400+ pages and fully indexed, available in soft or hard bound.
OLD MINES and MINERS MARION CO. TN.of 150+ pages
Story of Mining by the man who set up the mines in 1859,
with actual photographs of the mines & some group photos
of the Miners. Interesting, factual, shows people & locations.
STORY OF KETNER'S MILL, 225 pages
Built in 1824 on the Sequatchie River, story of old Grist Mill,
the Mill People, How the Mill works, Family history of the
Ketner & related families, with photos on almost every page.
HALE'S BAR LOCK & DAM HISTORY, 1905 - 1968
Story of the First Lock & Dam on the Tennessee River.
(& Highest in the World then) Marion was a boom town.
1905-1914 to build. Took 3,000 men, 3 shifts, round the clock,
Created a self-contained village. Story of the people who lived
worked, and loved in the little town of Guild. (Hale's Bar)
Hale's Bar was replaced by Nickajack Dam in 1968.
HALE'S BAR REUNION BOOKS (8 years of Reunions -1987-1996)
HALE'S BAR SCHOOL 1920 - 1941 by Nonie Webb
HALE'S BAR SCHOOL, TEACHERS, & STUDENTS 1922-1963
OLD SCHOOLS, TEACHERS & STUDENTS OF MARION COUNTY, TN
WHITWELL HIGH SCHOOL HISTORY 1923 - 1977
by Webb/ Layne/ Turner
HOGE FAMILY (KELLY) HISTORY with HISTORY of MARION CO.
EBENEZER COMMUNITY GOSSIP from Old News CLIPS
EBENEZER SCHOOL, TEACHERS, & STUDENTS 1895-1957
WEBB FAMILIES of MARION CO, TN (Middle TN, N.C., VA.)
3 Families, 3 generations ago they knew the connections. No
one thought to document it. Marion Co records - lost to fires.
23 years of researching still don't have the answers.
LEVY (LEVI) WEBB & VINA GREEN WEBB - 8 Volumes-Photos.
OLD HISTORICAL MAP OF MARION CO. (Restored)
Shows all waterways, Indian History, Civil War Forts (4),
1st Settlers, (earliest dates known) one of a kind map.
Jerry Blevins, P.O.Box 4417, Huntsville, Alabama
SEQUATCHIE VALLEY SOLDIERS in the CIVIL WAR
UNION PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH in SWEETEN'S COVE
Lists of 1st Settlers Attending. History of the Church.
One of the First Churches in the Battle Creek Area 1821
(Now is South Pittsburgh, TN)
Patrick Homer Jackson, 8681 Valley View Highway, Whitwell, TN
The HISTORY OF VICTORIA, TENNESSEE AND MOST OF THE PIONEER FAMILIES OF THIS
A history of the early families, the mines, and stories. Written
in a very interesting way, from first hand knowledge by the author
Goins & Hobbs Genealogy Service
Norma Hobbs &
P.O. Box 333 Dunlap, TN 37327
DEED BOOKS - Marion County, TN
Deed Book A 1819- 1824 205 pages, Indexed
Deed Book B 1827 - 1930 228 pages, Indexed
Deed Book C 1831 - 1836 81 pages Indexed
CENSUS BOOKS - Marion Co., TN
1850, 1860, 1870, 1880, 1900, & 1920.
Books by Local Authors Available in Whitwell Library
Marion Co., TN:
OAK GROVE CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
by: Laura J. Wells in 1986
HISTORY of McKENDREE CHURCH
by: Elma M. Swafford in 1986
SEQUATCHIE ( A story of the Southern Cumberlands)
by: J. Leonard Raulston & James W. Livingood
HISTORY Of SOUTH PITTSBURGH
by: Martelia Cameron Kelly I 1973
A Brief HISTORY Of SEQUATCHIE VALLEY written in 1942 (23 pg)
"Peeps at Tennessee" 5 pages
"Tennessee History for All" Written in 1949 (52 pages)
by : J. Pope Dyer in 1949
HISTORY of MARION COUNTY (a Thesis)
by: Gertrude Bible Link (Mrs.. Harlen Link)
PIONEERS of WALDEN'S RIDGE (Marion/Hamilton Co.Line Area)
by: Elise Conner Adams