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    The TNGenWeb Project is pleased to be able to offer our researchers access to material that will help you as you investigate your family tree.  As a volunteer group,  we Continue Reading →

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    We are pleased to share that two more TNGenWeb county sites have been upgraded and updated for your browsing & searching pleasure.   Both sites now use WordPress, which allow Continue Reading →

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    Have people to research in Williamson County?  Then, you’ll definitely want to check the newly updated Williamson County TNGenWeb site!  County coordinators, Noel Matthews & Darlene Anderson have been busy Continue Reading →

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  • 12/09/12--10:36: Cannon County Updated
  • And the site updates just continue here at the TNGenWeb.  Today, we are pleased to share that the Cannon County site has now been redesigned.  Cannon County is currently available Continue Reading →

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    Looks like the TN State Library is starting off 2013 in a most fabulous way — by launching their social media presence. Kudos to the TSLA!  The TSLA Blog can Continue Reading →

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    Do you have research interests in West Tennessee?  If so, you will likely be quite interested in these older newsletters of the MidWest Tennessee Genealogical Society.   The Midwest Tennessee Continue Reading →

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  • 02/24/13--17:00: New Design for Perry County
  • As you may have noticed if you’ve been following the TNGenWeb Blog for the past year and a half, we have had many of our county sites get revamped and Continue Reading →

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    I am delighted to announce that we have a couple of Washington County updates to share today.  First of all, the Washington County TNGenWeb site has been completely revamped by coordinators Margaret Continue Reading →

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    One of the TNGenWeb projects is our Cemetery Database, administered by Jerry Butler, with lots of great assistance from many volunteers.  The Cemetery Database provides our researchers with a way Continue Reading →

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    A couple of weeks ago, a friend of mine asked my help in getting a 1913 postcard he purchased off eBay, back into the hands of the family. I was Continue Reading →