Tennessee Genealogy

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Warren County, Tennessee -

Images of Wills and Inventories 1827–1844; 1844–1850; 1849–1858

Marriages — Bonds 1852–1865;1865–1868; 1865–1871; 1871–1874; 1874–1877

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The inventories usually represent persons who did not leave a last will and testament. Therefore, it becomes essential to read through the items. For example, members of the family usually purchased goods at the first sale. The means of discovering who might be family members can be realized by examining marriage records. For example, this is where the sons-in-laws are find. The extra tid-bits of information help to clear up some problems. Happy tracing!

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