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Anderson County, Tennessee Genealogy Resources

Are you just beginning your ancestry research in Anderson County, TN? Our expert research team has put
 together some helpful links and resources to help you get started with your family tree research. Many of the
TN resources listed on this page are often used by our genealogists during a typical ancestry search to help
locate important records like birth certificates, obituaries, court records, marriage certificates, land deeds,
and family histories.

Cemeteries

Epodunk - Anderson County Cemeteries

 Find a Grave - Anderson County, TN

Grave Addiction - Photographs of Anderson County Cemeteries

Interment.net - Anderson County Cemeteries

Tennessee Cemetery Transcription and Photo Project - Anderson County, TN

Tennessee Gravestone Photo Project - Anderson County, TN

The Political Graveyard - Anderson County, TN

Tombstone Transcription Project - Anderson County, TN

USGenWeb Archives - Anderson County, TN Cemeteries

Census Records

Anderson County Census Records - Census Online

Anderson County Federal Census Index - US-Census.org

  Anderson County Census Records - USGenWeb Archives

1820 Census of Anderson County, TN - Ancestry.com

 1830 Census of Anderson County, TN - Ancestry.com

1840 Census of Anderson County, TN - Ancestry.com

1850 Census of Anderson County, TN - Ancestry.com

1860 Census of Anderson County, TN - Ancestry.com

1870 Census of Anderson County, TN - Ancestry.com

1880 Census of Anderson County, TN - Ancestry.com

1880 Census of Anderson County, TN - FamilySearch.org

1910 Census of Anderson County, TN - Ancestry.com

1920 Census of Anderson County, TN - Ancestry.com

1930 Census of Anderson County, TN - Ancestry.com

Court Records

Livingston's Law Register, 1851 - Anderson County Lawyers

USGenWeb Archives - Anderson County Other Court Records

Estate Records

USGenWeb Archives - Anderson County Wills   

History

Family History Archives - The History of Anderson County, Tennessee

The Historical Marker Database - Anderson County Historical Markers 

Historical Marker Society of America - Anderson County Historical Markers

Living Places - Anderson County Tennessee

National Register of Historic Places - Anderson County, TN

Signs of History - Anderson County, Tennessee

USGenWeb Archives - Anderson County Area History

Wikipedia.org - Anderson County, TN History

Libraries and Archives

Family History Library Catalog - Anderson County, TN

Tennessee Genealogical Society - Germantown, TN

Public-Libraries.org - Anderson County Libraries

Tennessee State Library and Archives - Nashville, TN

USGenWeb Archives - Anderson County, TN

Military Records

Korean War - Anderson County, TN Military Casualties 

List of Pensioners on the Roll January 1, 1883 - Anderson County, TN

Tennessee Volunteers of the Civil War -

Tennessee Volunteers of the Civil War - Anderson County Medal of Honor Recipients

USGenWeb Archives - Anderson County Military Records 

Vietnam War - Anderson County, TN Military Casualties 

World War II Casualties, Army and Army Air Corps - Anderson County, TN

World War II Honor List of Dead and Missing Army and Army Air Forces Personnel

Obituaries

Obituary Index - Anderson County, TN

TN-Roots - Anderson County Obituaries

USGenWeb Archives- Anderson County Obituaries & Death Notices

Societies

Vital Records

USGenWeb Archives - Anderson County, TN Vital Records

VitalRec.com - Anderson County Vital Records

Click Below to Learn More about Your Tennessee Genealogy

County Formation Date County Seat
Origin
Anderson County 1801 Clinton Knox and Grainger counties
Bedford County 1807 Shelbyville Rutherford County
Benton County 1835
Camden Humphreys County
Bledsoe County 1807
Pikeville Roane County and
Indian lands
Blount County 1795 Maryville
Knox County
Bradley County 1836 Cleveland
Indian lands
Campbell County 1806 Jacksboro Anderson and
Claiborne counties
Cannon County 1836 Woodbury Rutherford, Smith and Warren counties
Carroll County 1821 Huntingdon
Indian lands
Carter County 1796 Elizabethton Washington County
Cheatham County 1856 Ashland City
Davidson, Dickson, Montgomery and Robertson counties
Chester County 1879 Henderson Henderson, McNairy and Madison counties
Claiborne County 1801 Tazewell Grainger and
Hawkins counties
Clay County 1870 Celina Jackson and
Overton counties
Cocke County 1797 Newport Jefferson County
Coffee County 1836
Manchester Bedford, Warren and Franklin counties
Crockett County 1871 Alamo Haywood, Madison, Dyer and Gibson Counties
Cumberland County 1855 Crossville White, Bledsoe, Rhea, Morgan, Fentress and Putnam counties
Davidson County 1783
Nashville Part of North Carolina
Decatur County 1845 Decaturville Perry County
DeKalb County 1837 Smithville
Franklin, Cannon, Jackson and White counties
Dickson County 1803 Charlotte Montgomery and Robertson counties
Dyer County 1823 Dyersburg Indian lands
Fayette County 1824 Somerville Indian lands
Fentress County 1823 Jamestown Morgan, Overton and White counties
Franklin County 1807 Winchester Rutherford County and Indian lands
Gibson County 1823
Trenton Indian lands
Giles County 1809 Pulaski Indian lands
Grainger County 1796 Rutledge Hawkins and
Knox counties
Greene County 1783 Greeneville Washington County
Grundy County 1844 Altamont Coffee, Warren and Franklin counties
Hamblen County 1870 Morristown
Jefferson, Grainger
and Greene counties
Hamilton County 1819 Chattanooga Rhea County and
Indian lands
Hancock County 1844 Sneedville Hawkins and
Claiborne counties
Hardeman County 1823 Bolivar Hardin County and
Indian lands
Hardin County 1819 Savannah Indian lands
Hawkins County 1786 Rogersville Sullivan County
Haywood County 1823 Brownsville Indian lands
Henderson County 1821     Lexington
Indian lands
Henry County 1821 Paris Indian lands 
Hickman County 1807 Centerville Dickson County
Houston County 1871 Erin Dickson, Humphreys, Montgomery and Stewart counties
Humphreys County 1809 Waverly Stewart County
Jackson County 1801 Gainesboro Smith County and
Indian lands
Jefferson County 1792 Dandridge Greene and
Hawkins counties
Johnson County 1836 Mountain City Carter County
Knox County 1792 Knoxville Greene and
Hawkins counties
Lake County 1870 Tiptonville Obion County
Lauderdale County 1835
Ripley Haywood, Dyer and Tipton counties
Lawrence County 1817 Lawrenceburg Hickman County and Indian lands
Lewis County 1843 Hohenwald Hickman, Lawrence, Maury and Wayne counties
Lincoln County 1809 Fayetteville Bedford County
Loudon County 1870 Loudon
Roane, Monroe, Blount and McMinn counties
Macon County 1842 Lafayette Smith and Sumner counties
Madison County 1821 Jackson
Indian lands
Marion County 1817 Jasper Indian lands
Marshall County 1836 Lewisburg Giles, Bedford, Lincoln and Maury counties
Maury County 1807 Columbia Williamson County
and Indian lands
McMinn County 1819 Athens Indian lands
McNairy County 1823 Selmer Hardin County
Meigs County 1836
Decatur Rhea County
Monroe County 1819 Madisonville Indian lands
Montgomery County 1796 Clarksville Tennessee County
Moore County 1871 Lynchburg Bedford, Lincoln and Franklin counties
Morgan County 1817 Wartburg Anderson and Roane counties
Obion County 1823 Union City Indian lands
Overton County 1806 Livingston Jackson County
and Indian lands
Perry County 1819 Linden Humphreys and
Hickman counties
Pickett County 1879
Byrdstown Fentress and
Overton counties
Polk County 1839 Benton McMinn and
Bradley counties
Putnam County 1854 Cookeville Fentress, Jackson,
Smith, White and
Overton counties
Rhea County 1807 Dayton Roane County
Roane County 1801 Kingston Knox County and
Indian lands
Robertson County 1796 Springfield Tennessee and
Sumner counties
Rutherford County 1803 Murfreesboro Davidson, Williamson
and Wilson counties
Scott County 1849
Huntsville Anderson, Campbell, Fentress and Morgan counties
Sequatchie County 1857 Dunlap Hamilton, Marion and Warren counties
Sevier County 1794 Sevierville Jefferson County
Shelby County 1819
Memphis Chickasaw Nation lands
Smith County 1799 Carthage Sumner County and
Indian lands
Stewart County 1803 Dover Montgomery County
Sullivan County 1779 Blountville Washington County
Sumner County 1786
Gallatin Davidson County
Tipton County 1823 Covington Shelby County
Trousdale County 1870 Hartsville Wilson, Macon, Smith
and Sumner counties
Unicoi County 1875 Erwin Washington and
Carter County
Union County 1850 Maynardville Grainger, Claiborne, Campbell, Anderson
and Knox counties
Van Buren County 1840 Spencer Warren and
White counties
Warren County 1807
McMinnville White, Jackson, Smith counties and Indian lands
Washington County 1777 Jonesborough Part of North Carolina
Wayne County 1817 Waynesboro Hickman County
Weakley County 1823 Dresden Indian lands
White County 1806 Sparta
Jackson and Smith counties
Williamson County 1799 Franklin Davidson County
Wilson County 1799 Lebanon Sumner County

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