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Guide to Blount County, Tennessee ancestry, family history and genealogy birth records, marriage records, death records, census records, family history, and military records.

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Blount County, Tennessee
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Description[edit | edit source]

The County was named for the governor of the Southwest Territory, William Blount. The County is located in the east central area of the state. [1]

Blount County, Tennessee Record Dates[edit | edit source]

Known Beginning Dates for Major County Records[2]
Birth* Marriage Death* Court Land Probate Census
1881 1881 1881 1795 1795 1795 1810
Statewide registration for births and deaths began in 1914. General compliance by 1927.

Blount County Tennessee Courthouse[edit | edit source]

Blount County Courthouse
345 Court Street
Maryville, TN 37804
Phone: 865.273.5800 

County Clerk has marriage and probate records from 1795.
Clerk Circuit Court has divorce records.
Register of Deeds has land records. [3]

Blount County Courthouse, Maryville, Tenn.

Blount County Clerk
Marriage and Probate records

Blount County Register of Deeds
Land Records dating back to the early 1700's

Blount County Clerk of Circuit Court
Court Records

All the above are at the same address and phone number as the County Courthouse.

Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Blount County Tennessee History[edit | edit source]

Sen. William Blount (1749-1800)
In the 1780s, this county's land fell within the bounds of the State of Franklin
Blount County is named after Tennessee Senator William Blount (1749-1800) who played an instrumental role in the formation of the state.[4]

North Carolina first organized the land that would eventually become Blount County as part of Washington District in 1776, then as part of Washington County in 1777, and then as part of Greene County in 1783.

In August 1784 delegates of three western North Carolina counties, Washington, Sullivan, and Greene (all now in Tennessee), declared their Independence from North Carolina because of perceived neglect, and misuse by North Carolina’s legislature. By May 1785 they had petitioned to be admitted to the United States as the new State of Franklin. The Franklin statehood request was denied.[5]

In June of 1785 "John Sevier, governor of the State of Franklin, negotiated the Treaty of Dumplin Creek through which the land south of French Broad and Holston was purchased from the Indians."[6] All of Blount county is in the district South of the French Broad Holston. (map)

The Treaty of Dumplin "extinguished the Indian claims on this land. This 'opening of new lands' caused a great influx of new settlers. (p.369, Ramsey, Annals)"[7] In 1786 the Franklin legislature created several new counties including Blount (all in present-day Tennessee).[8] By 1789 Franklin's hopes of statehood had faded and so the land office which was opened by the State of Franklin in 1787, which had taken entries, may never have issued a grant.[9]

In 1789 North Carolina ratified the Constitution, was admitted the union, and ceded her westernmost counties to the United States. The United States used them to form the Southwest Territory. The new counties created by the Franklin government were not recognized by North Carolina, the Southwest Territory, or by Tennessee. When they were reconstituted, no mention was made of their Franklin predecessor county governments. The Southwest Territory reconstituted Blount County, albeit with significantly redrawn borders, in 1795 from part of its Knox County.[10]

In 1796 the Southwest Territory, and the land of all these counties became part of the new State of Tennessee.

In 1806 Tennesse was finally able open her own land office and create her surveyor districts.

Parent County[edit | edit source]

1795--Blount County was created 11 July 1795 from Knox County.
County seat: Maryville[11]

A very small portion of Blount county was originally in Jefferson County.  See the research and maps of René Jordan in the East Tennessee Historical Society's Tennessee Ancestors for details.

County Pronunciation[edit | edit source]

  1. Hear it spoken[12] (female)
  2. Hear it spoken[13] (also female)

Boundary Changes[edit | edit source]

For animated maps illustrating Tennessee county boundary changes, "Rotating Formation Tennessee County Boundary Maps" (1777-1985) may be viewed for free at the website.

Record Loss[edit | edit source]


1879 and 1906 Courthouse burned and many records were damaged.[14]

  • Lost censuses: 1810, 1820

For suggestions about research in places that suffered historic record losses, see:

Blount County Tennessee Places / Localities[edit | edit source]

Populated Places [edit | edit source]

For a complete list of populated places, including small neighborhoods and suburbs, visit HomeTown Locator. The following are the most historically and genealogically relevant populated places in this county:[15]

Unincorporated communities
  • Alnwick
  • Armona
  • Binfield
  • Clover Hill
  • Cold Springs
  • Disco
  • Dry Valley
Census-designated places
Historic communities

Neighboring Counties[edit | edit source]

Blount County Tennessee Genealogy Resources[edit | edit source]

Getting Started[edit | edit source]

Use the free Search for Surnames at Mountain Press's website to quickly search a variety of published Blount County biography, cemetery, census, church, court, land, probate, school, and tax records. To determine which books are being searched, or to search each publication's index individually, click here. You are now equipped with a checklist of books to pull off the shelves at a genealogy library, or a wish list for your personal book collection.

Research Guides[edit | edit source]

African American[edit | edit source]

United States African Americans Gotoarrow.png Tennessee African Americans

Cemeteries[edit | edit source]

Tombstone Transcriptions Online Tombstone Transcriptions in Print List of Cemeteries in the county Family History Library
TNGenWeb WorldCat BillionGraves
TNGenWeb Archives Linkpendium
Tombstone Project Gravestones
TNGenWeb Cemeteries Epodunk
See Tennessee Cemeteries for more information.

Census[edit | edit source]

Historical populations
Census Pop.
1800 5,587
1810 8,839 58.2%
1820 11,258 27.4%
1830 11,028 −2.0%
1840 11,745 6.5%
1850 12,424 5.8%
1860 13,270 6.8%
1870 14,237 7.3%
1880 15,985 12.3%
1890 17,589 10.0%
1900 19,206 9.2%
1910 20,809 8.3%
1920 28,800 38.4%
1930 33,989 18.0%
1940 41,116 21.0%
1950 54,691 33.0%
1960 57,525 5.2%
1970 63,744 10.8%
1980 77,770 22.0%
1990 85,969 10.5%
2000 105,823 23.1%
Source: "American FactFinder". United States Census Bureau.
1830, 1840, 1850, 1860, 1870, 1880, 1900, 1910, 1920, 1930, and 1940 federal population censuses of Blount County are available online. For tips on accessing census records online, see Tennessee Census. If you're having trouble finding your ancestors in online indexes, try checking printed indexes. Created by local experts familiar with the area's families, these indexes are often transcribed more accurately than nationwide online indexes.

See Tennessee Population Schedule Indexes: Fiche, Film, or Book for more information about statewide printed indexes.

See Blount County, TN census assignments, including links to transcribed files. The USGenWeb Census Project®

Tennessee, Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1810-1891  -  Ancestry ($)

Lost[edit | edit source]

1800 - Lost, but a substitute is available, see Taxation.

1810 - Lost, but a substitute is available:

  • Sherrill, Charles A. The Reconstructed 1810 Census of Tennessee: 33,000 Long-lost Records from Tax Lists, Court Minutes, Church Records, Wills, Deeds and Other Sources. Mt. Juliet, Tenn.: C.A. Sherrill, 2001. FHL US/CAN Book 976.8 X2s 1810.

1820 - Lost[16]

1890 - Lost, but substitutes are available:

  • Reed, Sue S. Enumeration of Male Inhabitants of Twenty-one Years of Age and Upward, Citizens of Tennessee, January 1, 1891, as Provided for by an Act of General Assembly of Tennessee, Passed January 15, 1891, and Approved January 22, 1891. 8 vols. Houston, Texas: S.S. Reed, 1989. FHL US/CAN Book 976.8 X2r v. 1 1891. Blount County is included in Vol. 1.
  • Sistler, Byron H. and Barbara Sistler. 1890 Civil War Veterans Census, Tennessee. Evanston, Ill.: Byron Sister and Associates, 1978. FHL US/CAN Book 976.8 X2s 1890.
1820 Manufactures[edit | edit source]

The original manufactures schedules for the Eastern and Western Districts of Tennessee are kept at NARA, Washington, D.C. FHL copies: FHL US/CAN Films 1024517-1024518.

These records have also been abstracted:

  • 1820 Census of Manufactures: Blount County, East Tennessee Roots, Vol. 6, No. 3 ():116. For availability, see Periodicals.


1840 Revolutionary War Pensioners


  • Robinstein, Joyce. "Blount, TN 1850 Federal Census," (includes every-name index) available at online through USGenWeb Archives.


  • Templin, David H. and Cherel Bolin Henderson. 1860 Population Schedule of the United States Census, Blount County, Tennessee. Maryville, Tenn.: n.p., 1981. FHL US/CAN Book 976.8885 X2t.


  • Brown, Kenneth A. and Mary Ruth H. Brown. United States Census of 1870 for Blount County, Tennessee. Maryville, Tenn.: Printers, Inc., [198-?]. FHL US/CAN Book 976.8885 X2br.


  • Sistler, Byron and Barbara Sistler. 1880 Census - Tennessee: Transcription for Blount County. Easley, S.C.: Southern Historical Press, 198-?. FHL US/CAN Book 976.8885 X2s 1980.

Voters[edit | edit source]

Church[edit | edit source]


Six Mile Baptist Church, 1813-1836 Name index. Available at TSLA.


Holston Conference Office
P.O. Box 850
Alcoa, TN 37701
Telephone: 866-690-4080


History of New Providence Presbyterian Church, Maryville, Tenn., 1786-1921. Available at TSLA.

Court[edit | edit source]

County Court

  • Record of Blount County, Tennessee, County Court Records (vol. 1 1795-1804; vol. 2 1804-1807; vol. 3 1808-1811) Name Index. Available at TSLA.
  • Blount County, Tennessee, Court Minutes, Book no. 2, 1814-1817. Name Index. Available at TSLA.
  • Minutes of the County Court of Blount County, Book no. 3, 1818. Name Index. Available at TSLA.

Chancery Court

  • Blount County, Tennessee Chancery Court Records (vol. 1 1852-1865; vol. 2 1866-1869). Name Index. Available at TSLA.

Circuit Court

  • Minutes from 1852

Genealogy[edit | edit source]

More than 85 genealogies have been published about Blount County, Tennessee families. For more information visit Blount County, Tennessee Compiled Genealogies.

The Will E. Parham papers are kept at the Blount County Library Reference Section. Parham was a professional genealogist in the late 1800s and early 1900s. There is a card file by last name. Loose leaf by family name. There are also family files from other people who have added information.

Gordon Aronhime (1911-1983) collected information on hundreds of Southwest Virginia and East Tennessee pioneers. His note cards, which reference more than 4,000 early settlers of the Holston-Clinch River area and East Tennessee (1770s-1790s), are held at the Library of Virginia. The cards have been digitized and made available online.[19]

Immigration[edit | edit source]

Early settlers came down the Indian war path, primarily from Virginia.[20]

During the War of 1812, American officials reported finding a total of 19 British aliens, many of whom had families, living in Blount County.[21]

Land[edit | edit source]

Grants[edit | edit source]
  • Intro - Blount county part of the French Broad River Area
  • Blount County Land Grants Sevier County Genealogy and History, Genealogy Trails History Group. Note that this helpful index, although labeled an index to grants, is really an index to ENTRYS.
  • Fox, George and Juanita.Surveyor Entry Book, District South of French Broad Holston, State of Tennessee 1807, Blount, Cocke, Jefferson, Knox, Sevier Counties. (S.I. : G. J. Fox, c2004). FHL US/CAN Book 976.8 R2fg. This is a definitive source - it abstracts and indexes all enterees, adjacent land owners, etc. ISBN 097540444X
  • Blount County, Tennessee, Entry Taker's Book, 1824-1826. Name Index. Available at TSLA.
Deeds[edit | edit source]



  • Thomas, Jane Kizer. Blount County, Tennessee Deeds(Maryville, Tenn. : Blount County Genealogical & Historical Society, 1990). Two volumes: Vol 1 1795-1819 and Vol 2 1819-1833. The indexes in these books include the names of witnessess and adjoining land owners. FHL US/CAN Book 976.8885 R2t v. 1 & 2. Also at TSLA. Books also available on FHL film.

Microflim Originals

Law and Legislation[edit | edit source]

  • Tennessee State Library and Archives, Acts of Tennessee 1796-1850: Index to Names. January 25, 2005. In addition to creating new laws, legislative acts were often required to obtain a divorce, grant legitimacy to a child, or for appointments to or grant payments for public service. The TSLA has created an index to names that appear in these acts covering the years 1796 to 1850. To read more about this valuable resource Click here. The searchable index is available at the TSLA; another version is available at World Vital Records.

Local Histories[edit | edit source]

US GenWeb offers a "Times Past" page which has photos and histories of Blount County.

Maps[edit | edit source]

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Click a neighboring county
for more resources
  • 1777-1985 - Maps of Tennessee (1777-1985)
  • 1795 - Creekmore, Pollyanna. Early East Tennessee Taxpayers. Easley, S.C.: Southern Historical Press, 1980. FHL US/CAN Book 976.8 R4cp and Silas Emmett Lucas's Revised Index FHL US/CAN Book 976.8 R4cp index. [Includes 1795 map of Blount County and East Tennessee.]
  • 1795 - Reeves, Charles A. Blount County [Tennessee] - Created July 11, 1795 from Knox County. Published 2000. Purchase at; website includes a scaled-down version of the map.
  • 1926 - U.S. Geological Survey. Proposed Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Originally published 1926. Purchase at; website includes a scaled-down version of the map.
  • 1934 - U.S. Park Service. Preliminary Base Map, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Originally published 1934. Purchase at; website includes a scaled-down version of the map.

Military[edit | edit source]

Revolutionary War[edit | edit source]

The following Blount County Revolutionary War records are available online through TNGenWeb:

Additional resources include:

War of 1812[edit | edit source]
Civil War[edit | edit source]

Online Records

Regiments. Civil War service men from Blount County served in various regiments. Men often joined a regiment or a company (within a regiment) that originated in their county. Listed below are the military units that were formed in or had many men from Blount County:

Confederate Soldiers

Union Soldiers

Additional sources for Civil War soldiers from Blount County:

Newspapers[edit | edit source]

Many Tennessee newspapers are filmed and available at TSLA. Most of these newspapers may be accessed by interlibrary loan to libraries within Tennessee, although there are some newspapers which are not available in or outside of Tennessee. For further information regarding interlibrary loan policies and newspapers not available for interlibrary loan click here. For a list of newspapers available at the archives for Blount County click on the following city:

Occupations[edit | edit source]

  • Miller, Alan N. East Tennessee's Forgotten Children: Apprentices from 1778 to 1911. Baltimore, Md.: Printed for Clearfield Company, Inc., by Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 2000. FHL US/CAN 976.8 U2m. Digital version at World Vital Records ($). Purchase at Includes Blount County.

Periodicals[edit | edit source]

Tap into the minds of local experts. Editors of genealogical periodicals publish unique sources that researchers who are new to their area would not likely discover. This type of material may be found in local, regional, or statewide genealogical society journals. The following periodicals cover this county:

Ansearchin' News
Genealogical articles with abstracts of Blount County, Tennessee Genealogy records have been published in Ansearchin' News, the quarterly magazine of the Tennessee Genealogical Society. To view a list of these articles, visit their county index. To read digitized versions of the first 36 years of articles (Vols. 1-36), browse their archive or conduct a surname search. The Family History Library has a complete collection of the Ansearchin' News quarterly FHL Book 976.8 B2a.

The Blount Journal
Publication of the Blount County Genealogical and Historical Society began in 1985 and is still in print. Tables of contents are available online. Purchase back issues through the society. The Family History Library has acquired most volumes FHL US/CAN Book 976.8885 B2b.
The Blount Journal is indexed in the PERiodical Source Index (PERSI).
East Tennessee Roots
Several genealogical articles with abstracts of Blount County, Tennessee Genealogy records have been published in East Tennessee Roots (10 vols.). A subject index to these articles is available online. Surname indexes to Volumes 9 and 10 are also available online. The Family History Library has collected most issues of East Tennessee Roots FHL Book 976.8 D25e.

  • The Pellissippian: Published by the Anderson County Historical Society (formerly called, Pellissippi Genealogical and Historical Society). The table of contents for some issues are available on their website. FHL Book 976.8 D25p.
Smoky Mountain Historical Society Newsletter
Genealogical articles with abstracts of Blount County, Tennessee records were published in the Smoky Mountain Historical Society Newsletter (33 vols., 1977-2007), the journal of the Smoky Mountain Historical Society. Tables of contents for most issues are available online. Back issues are available for purchase. The Family History Library has acquired a complete collection FHL US/CAN Book 976.889 B2s, as well as Journal Contents and Index of Names: 1977 thru 1996 FHL US/CAN Book 976.889 B2s index.
The newsletter is indexed in the PERiodical Source Index (PERSI).
Watauga Association of Genealogists Bulletin
Genealogical articles with abstracts of Blount County, Tennessee Genealogy records have been published in the Watauga Association of Genealogists Bulletin (39+ vols., 1972-present), the journal of the Watauga Association of Genealogists. The organization has posted tables of contents for most volumes on their website. Back issues are available for purchase. The Family History Library has a complete collection FHL US/CAN Books 976.897 B2w, including Margaret W. Hougland and Betty Jane Hylton's Bulletin Subject Index: The First Thirty Years, 1972-2001 (Johnson City, Tenn.: Watauga Association of Genealogists, 2002) FHL Book 976.897 B2w index 1972-2001.

Prisons[edit | edit source]

Learn if your Blount County, Tennessee Genealogy ancestors went to prison!

Probate Records[edit | edit source]

"The County Clerk has the responsibility for the administration, settlement, and distribution of the estates of deceased person. The County Clerk has all the probate records and the will books and some of the newer wills. Blount County Records Management and Archives has all the older wills."[22]

Most of the early original Blount County Will Books were destroyed. In 1869, all known records not lost in a fire were transcribed. In 1971, TSLA microfilmed the 1869 transcript and the records that were left. FHL copies: FHL Films 888877-888878.

Online Records

FamilySearch has placed scans of the following records online in the Tennessee, Probate Court Books, 1795-1927 collection. These are browse-only collections. Handwritten indexes may be found at the front or back of some volumes:

  • Index to Wills 1857-1971
  • Wills, 1795-1934
  • Bonds, Letters 1889-1935
  • Court Records 1796-1834
  • Insolvent estate records, 1879-1948
  • Inventories, Settlements, 1857-1922
  • Minutes, 1880-1914
  • Settlements, 1857-1932

The organization Strictly By Name provides free online indexes to early Blount County probate records. They offer a research service to photocopy and transcribe microfilm copies of the original documents for a small fee. Here are the indexes:

The following Blount County probate records have been abstracted and/or indexed:

  • 1795 - 1861 - Sistler, Byron and Barbara Sistler. Index to Tennessee Wills & Administrations 1779-1861. Nashville, Tenn. Byron Sistler & Associates, Inc., 1990. FHL US/CAN 976.8 P22s. Includes an index to this county's wills. Free Lookups Available!

Taxation[edit | edit source]

The original Blount County Tax Books are held at the County Courthouse. TSLA microfilmed Tax Books 1800, 1801, 1803-1805, 1837-1839 (Reel 1--available for interlibrary loan), 1845-1856 (Roll 482), and 1864-1900 (Rolls 482-488). FHL has copies of 1845-1846 and 1864-1867: FHL US/CAN Film 888892.

The following Blount County tax records, stored at various archives, have been abstracted:[23]

Due to the limited tax years that survived, an alternative resource to consider is "Tennessee Legislative Petitions".

Vital Records[edit | edit source]

Marriage[edit | edit source]

The following Blount County marriage records have been abstracted and/or indexed:

Birth[edit | edit source]
Divorce[edit | edit source]

In 1940 and 1941, W.P.A. workers pinpointed the location of Blount County divorce papers in diverse manuscript collections, see:

  • W.P.A. Guide to Public Vital Statistics in Tennessee. Nashville, Tenn.: The Tennessee Historical Records Survey, 1941. FHL US/CAN Book 976.8 A3gp.
Deaths[edit | edit source]

For deaths of Methodists in Blount County between the 1830s and the 1920s, try:

Blount County Tennessee Genealogy Societies and Libraries[edit | edit source]

Blount County Genealogical and Historical Society
PO Box 4986
Maryville, TN 37802-4986

East Tennessee Historical Society
601 S. Gay St.
P.O. Box 1629
Knoxville, TN 37901-1629
Phone: 1-865-215-8824

Blount County Public Library
508 N. Cusick St.
Maryville, TN 37804
Phone: 1-865-977-1142
Hours: Mon.-Thurs. 9 a.m.-9 p.m.
Fri. and Sat. 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
Sun. 1 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
The Genealogy and Local History section has an 800+ volume collection containing "books on genealogy and local history  to be used within the Library. Microfilm of local newspapers, court records and census schedules are available for photocopying. Records on CD-ROM from the Latter Day Saints are also available for use." (per website)

Mary E. Tippitt Memorial Library
120 Tiger Drive
Townsend, TN 37882
Phone: 1-865-448-1441
Fax: 1-865-448-1875
Hours: Mon. and Tues. 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
Wed. 12 p.m.-6 p.m.
Thurs. and Fri. 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Contains the Townsend collection which includes local interest items and genealogical sources. (per website)

Family History Centers[edit | edit source]

Family History Centers provide one-on-one assistance and free access to premium genealogical websites. In addition, many centers have free how-to genealogy classes.

Blount County Tennessee Genealogy Websites[edit | edit source]

Wikipedia has more about this subject: Blount County, Tennessee

Blount County Tennessee Genealogy References[edit | edit source]

  1. Wikipedia contributors, "Blount, Tennessee" in,_Tennessee accessed 11 Dec 2018
  2. Handybook for Genealogists: United States of America, 10th ed. (Draper, Utah: Everton Pub., 2002), Blount County, Tennessee. Page 638-645 At various libraries (WorldCat); FHL Book 973 D27e 2002; Alice Eichholz, ed. Ancestry’s Red Book: American State, County, and Town Sources, Third ed. (Provo, Utah: Ancestry, 2004), 637-640.
  3. Handybook for Genealogists: United States of America, 10th ed. (Draper, Utah: Everton Pub., 2002), Blount County, Tennessee page 638, At various libraries (WorldCat); FHL Book 973 D27e 2002.
  4. "William Blount," Wikipedia.
  5. “State of Franklin” in North Carolina History Project at (accessed 27 June 2010).
  6. George and Juanita Fox, 'Surveyor Entry Book, District South of French Broad Holston, State of Tennessee 1807, Blount, Cocke, Jefferson, Knox, Sevier Counties. (S.I. : G. J. Fox, c2004). Page v. FHL US/CAN Book 976.8 R2fg.
  7. George and Juanita Fox, 'Surveyor Entry Book, District South of French Broad Holston, State of Tennessee 1807, Blount, Cocke, Jefferson, Knox, Sevier Counties. (S.I. : G. J. Fox, c2004). Page v. FHL US/CAN Book 976.8 R2fg.
  8. “State of Franklin” in The Tennessee Encyclopedia of History and Culture at (accessed 27 June 2010).
  9. George and Juanita Fox, 'Surveyor Entry Book, District South of French Broad Holston, State of Tennessee 1807, Blount, Cocke, Jefferson, Knox, Sevier Counties. (S.I. : G. J. Fox, c2004). Page v. FHL US/CAN Book 976.8 R2fg.
  10. Robert M. McBride, "Lost Counties of Tennessee," East Tennessee Historical Society's Publications 38 (1966): 6.
  11. The Handybook for Genealogists: United States of America, 10th ed. (Draper, UT: Everton Publishers, 2002), 638. (FHL Book 973 D27e 2002). WorldCat entry.
  12. Voice of Lynnae Weller, Kingsport, Tenn. (2010).
  13. Voice of Louise Lynch, Archivist, Williamson County, Tennessee Archives (2010).
  14. Lost Records: Courthouse Fires and Disasters in Tennessee in Tennessee State Library and Archives in Tennessee Secretary of State (accessed 13 March 2016).
  15. Wikipedia contributors, "Blount County, Tennessee," in Wikipedia: the Free Encyclopedia,,_Tennessee#Communities, accessed 7 November 2019.
  16. Mary Barnett Curtis, Early East Tennessee Tax Lists: a compiled list of residents of the area covered in 22 east Tennessee counties for which there is (sic) no census records prior to 1830 (Fort Worth, Texas: Arrow Printing, 1964)[[FHL Book 976.8 R4c]].
  17. Genealogical Society of Utah, Parish and Vital Records List (July 1998). Microfiche. Digital version at
  18. Genealogical Society of Utah, Parish and Vital Records List (July 1998). Microfiche. Digital version at
  19. "Original Virginia Records Imaged and Indexed Online," Arlene Eakle's Virginia Genealogy Blog, 12 October 2008.
  20. George and Juanita Fox, Surveyor Entry Book, District South of French Broad Holston, State of Tennessee 1807, Blount, Cocke, Jefferson, Knox, Sevier Counties.p. v. (S.I. : G. J. Fox, c2004). FHL US/CAN Book 976.8 R2fg.
  21. Kenneth Scott. British Aliens in the United States During the War of 1812. Baltimore, Md.: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1979, 372-378 (see East Tennessee). FHL US/CAN 973 W4s; digital version at Ancestry ($).
  22. Jackie Glenn, Records Manager and County Archivist, "Blount County Records Management and Archives", Blount County Goverment ( : accessed 4 Aug 2012)
  23. The Heritage Quest Online version of PERSI aided in the compilation of this list.
  24. Genealogical Society of Utah, Parish and Vital Records List (July 1998). Microfiche. Digital version at

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