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  Grainger County, Tennessee - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Grainger County is a county located in the state of Tennessee.
In the county, the population is spread out with 22.90% under the age of 18, 8.20% from 18 to 24, 30.50% from 25 to 44, 25.80% from 45 to 64, and 12.50% who are 65 years of age or older.
The median income for a household in the county is $27,997, and the median income for a family is $33,347.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Grainger_County,_Tennessee   (371 words)

 Welcome to Grainger County Tennessee
Grainger County is the undiscovered gem of East Tennessee.
The county is a quilted patchwork of rolling farms and lush woodlands.
However, today Grainger County is most famous for its delicious tomatoes, which are prized both near and far.
www.graingertn.com   (164 words)

 Knoxville Tennessee Information Gateway / Real Estate Listings
Grainger County is located in East Tennessee approximately 18 miles from downtown Knoxville and borders northeast side of Knox County.
The Grainger County School district comprised of 6 schools and an adult high school is located approximately 30 miles northeast of Knoxville, Tennessee.
Grainger County being nestled in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains and graced by the Clinch Mountains, Cherokee Lake, Norris Lake, the Holston and Clinch Rivers, is a superb place for recreation.
www.knoxville-tn.com /grainger.html   (436 words)

 USGenWeb - Grainger County Tennessee - Welcome to Free Genealogy Resources for Grainger County
The county is bounded on the Northwest by the Clinch River (and Norris Lake) and on the Southeast by the Holston River (and Cherokee Lake).
Grainger's current population is estimated at just over 21,000, with most living in owner occupied single family dwellings.
It's namesake was Mary Grainger, who married Governor William Blount and became First Lady of the Territory South of the River Ohio (which later became known as Tennessee).
www.graingertn.us   (568 words)

 Grainger County Tennessee/Bean Station TN
Mostly mountainous Grainger County is located in the northeastern part of the state.
Mary Grainger later married William Blount and became the official first lady of the Southwest Territory from 1791 until 1796.Much of Cherokee Lake is in Grainger County.
Grainger County was formed from lands that previously had been part of Hawkins and Knox Counties.
www.easttnrealestate.com /grainger_co_,_tn.htm   (124 words)

 Grainger County Tennessee
Rachel Rook is born, fourth child of Aaron Rook and Frances Clifton, in Grainger County Tennessee
Marriage of Jane Rook, daughter of Aaron Rook and Frances Clifton, and Henry Watson, in Grainger County, Tennessee
A son is born, seventh child of Aaron Rook and Frances Clifton, in Grainger County Tennessee
www.rook.org /places/tn/graingercotn.html   (221 words)

Grainger County was organized April 22, 1796 with land from Hawkins and Knox counties.
Preston Goin was married December 9, 1829 to Betsy Goin, according to "Grainger County, Tennessee Marriages, 1796-1850." Children born to Preston Goin and Betsy Goin Goin are unknown.
Her husband was a 19-year-old Grainger County farm boy who ran away to enlist in 1864 after being encouraged by a group of Union horse soldiers that he met on his way to a Blount County grist mill.
freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com /~gowenrf/Gowenms111.htm   (7553 words)

 History & Genealogy - County Records - Grainger County Genealogical Fact Sheet
Census on microfilm for Grainger County: 1810-1880, 1900-1930
Additional county and community histories can be found at the Bibliography of Tennessee Local History Sources: Grainger County.
Census of Grainger County, Tennessee, 1830 (Houston, n.d.)
www.state.tn.us /tsla/history/county/factgrainger.htm   (591 words)

 About Grainger County, Tennessee
While generally rural in nature, Grainger County borders Knox County and is within minutes of Knoxville, a teeming metropolitan center that is home to the University of Tennessee and was host to the 1982 World’s Fair.
Agriculture is Grainger County’s primary industry, but low taxes, a skilled work force, and a new industrial park are helping attract new business and industry to the community.
Grainger County has many claims to fame but, without question, the best tasting is its deliciously juicy tomatoes.
www.graingerchamber.com /pages/about.html   (527 words)

 Combs &c. Families of Grainger Co, Tennessee
Most, if not all, of the Combs of Grainger Co, TN, were descendants of the John and Sarah MABRY Combs Family of Guilford Co, North Carolina, Washington Co, VA, and Jefferson County, Tennessee (See Also The Carlton Combs Letter).
Combs was the s/o George Mabry and Agnes ORE Combs of Grainger Co, TN.
We John TALBOTT, John Combs all of Grainger County and State of Tennessee are bound unto William CARROLL Governor of said State in the sum of $1000.00 16 Aug 1830.
www.combs-families.org /combs/records/tn/grain.htm   (3741 words)

 Descendants of William H Odell
17 7 Katherine Coffman was born in 1862 in Grainger, Tennessee.
Blackburn was born in 1852 in Grainger, Tennessee, and married Unknown Blair.
30 3 MELVINIA Blackburn was born in 1860 in Grainger, Tennessee, and married Unknown Bowers.
www.joepayne.org /odell.html   (1246 words)

 USGenWeb - Grainger County Tennessee - Surnames
Descendants and ancestors of William Cocke (1747-1828) was one of Tennessee's first federal senators and later served as Circuit Judge in Grainger County.
Ancestors and descendants of Rebecca Hacker of Grainger county.
Siblings and descendants of Charles Alexander Jones of Grainger County.
www.graingertn.us /main_grainger_surnames.php   (1337 words)

 A Brief History of Grainger County, Tennessee
It is the only county in Tennessee named in honor of a woman: Mary Grainger, the wife of William Blount, the first territorial governor of Tennessee.
The first paper mill established in the south was built in Grainger County by Dr. Milton Shields.
The establishment of the Tennessee Valley Authority in 1931 brought many changes to the county including the creation of Cherokee Lake and Norris Lake, but none had a bigger impact on the community than the widespread distribution of affordable electric service.
www.graingerchamber.com /pages/history.html   (405 words)

 Grainger County Tennessee Marriage Records
Jacob was the son of Joseph and Catherine Petre Beeler of Grainger Co. Tennessee.
Henry Soard lived in Claiborne county, Tennessee and m/1 Malinda Taylor, m/2 Mary Jane Rogers of Grainger county and m/3 Rebecca Hollingsworth 1820-1893 of Grainger county and the widow of George Hacker.
Jacob Beeler was the son of Isaac and Mary "Polly" Wolfenbarger of Grainger co., Tennessee.
www.genealinks.com /marriages/tngrainger.htm   (900 words)

 Marriages of Grainger County, Tennessee, 1796-1837 : Genealogical Publishing Company
Grainger County was taken from Hawkins and Knox counties in 1796.
Grainger's marriage records were recorded in a register for the first time by the Works Projects Administration.
As far as is known, no other compiled record of the marriages was ever made, for the county clerk apparently did not record the returns of either bonds or licenses.
www.genealogical.com /item_detail.asp?ID=6321&AFID=1111   (185 words)

 Welcome to the Grainger County Chamber of Commerce, Tennessee
The Grainger County Chamber of Commerce was founded in 1957 to promote business and industry within the county.
Information on these and other economic opportunities in Grainger County are available at Clinch Powell Enterprise Community and Southern Appalachian Economic Development Partnership.
Grainger County is home to Clinch Mountain, Cherokee Lake, and Clinch River.
www.graingerchamber.com   (292 words)

 Stephen Leffew - The Second Generation
Jesse P. Scott, who was born in 1815 in Rockingham County, Virginia and married Eliza Jones on September 13, 1837 in Franklin County, Virginia.
John Leffew, who was born in 1814 and married Mary Clement in Grainger County, Tennessee.
Their daughter Delphia Leffew was born in 1834 and died in 1919 in Grainger County, Tennessee.
www.tennessee-connection.com /leffew/stephen2.htm   (674 words)

 Grainger County, Tennessee Genealogical Records Information
Grainger County holds the distinction as the only Tennessee county named for a woman, Mary Grainger Blount, the wife of Territorial Governor William Blount.
More recently, the Tennessee Valley Authority's construction of lakes of both sides of the county, Cherokee Lake to the south and Norris Lake to the north, has revived the recreational industry.
Overall, the county remains one of small businesses and agriculture, although a 1999 count identified 3,643 residents employed in the industrial sector.
www.mytennesseegenealogy.com /tn_county/gra.htm   (1203 words)

 Business & Industry in Grainger County Tennessee
The county is home to a variety of industries including agriculture, manufacturing, and retail trades.
Grainger County is certified as a Three Star Community by the state of Tennessee.
The Grainger County Industrial Park, conveniently located on Highway 11W, covers 100 acres.
www.graingertn.com /pages/business.html   (183 words)

 Grainger County Tennessee Property Currently Available
Grainger Co. TN Residential Real Estate up to $40,000.
Grainger Co. TN Acreage Tracts 5 to 25 Acres
Grainger Co. TN Acreage Tracts 25 to 75 Acres
www.easttnrealestate.com /grainger_county_property_currently_available.htm   (286 words)

 Telemedicine Healthcare in Grainger County   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Grainger County has a population of about 19,000 and no hospital.
Clinch Mountain divides the county, and, from 7:00 PM to 7:00 AM, there is no ambulance service north of the mountain which has an elevation of 2,200 feet.
The focus of the telemedicine project is to improve access to quality health services and to reduce the isolation of rural health care professionals in Grainger County.
ocean.otr.usm.edu /~w146169/teleweb/homehlth.htm   (426 words)

 Descendants of ULRICH BUEHLER, Page 2
He also married on Jan 27, 1848 at Grainger County, Tennessee, (437) Rachel ATKINS who was born in 1830 at Tennessee.
She also married (446) John W. (161) Louvinah5 BEELER, (Daniel4 BEELER, Joseph3, John2, Ulrich1 BUHLER) was born Apr 24, 1847 at Grainger County, Tennessee, and on Dec 13, 1867 at Grainger County, Tennessee, married (447) Thomas Wesley STONE who was born Jun 21, 1844 at Tazewell, Claiborne County, Tennessee.
She also married on Jan 11, 1852 at Grainger County, Tennessee, (467) William B. MCNEW who was born Feb 21, 1831 at Grainger County, Tennessee.
www.joepayne.org /beeler2.htm   (5864 words)

 Corbin Lake, Grainger County, Tennessee
Little River, Tennessee, Townsend to Dam at Melrose, 33 miles away, class II, 10 miles long.
Little River, Tennessee, Dam at Melrose to Tennessee River, 33 miles away, class I, 22 miles long.
Thunderhead Prong, Tennessee, to confluence with Lynn Camp Prong, 37 miles away, class IV, 1.5 miles long.
www.goingoutside.com /lake/109/1099295_Corbin_Lake_Tennessee.html   (1418 words)

 James L. Churchman Biography Page
Buried: In the gated Shiloh Methodist Church Cemetery in Grainger County, TN Notes: James L. Churchman and his wife Mary are buried in a family graveyard, along with many of their family members, at the Shiloh Methodist Church in Rutledge, Tennessee.
In a deed between Henry E. Kinder wife and others to the Trustees of the Shiloh Church, approximately one and one-half acres of land was given to the Trustees of the Methodist Church at Shiloh.
This parcel of land is in the state of Tennessee County of Grainger District #5.
www.churchman.org /5James_L(2).HTM   (492 words)

 Morgan Lake, Grainger County, Tennessee
Little River, Tennessee, Townsend to Dam at Melrose, 34 miles away, class II, 10 miles long.
Lynn Camp Prong, Tennessee, to confluence with Thunderhead Prong, 37 miles away, class IV-V(V+), 3 miles long.
Upper Road Prong, Tennessee, Green Light Falls to Third Bridge, 36 miles away, class V+, 1.09 miles long.
www.goingoutside.com /lake/109/1099953_Morgan_Lake_Tennessee.html   (1477 words)

 SFA | Vignettes | Grainger County Tomato Festival
The mission of the SFA is to document and celebrate the diverse food cultures of the American South.
In Grainger County, Tennessee, the locals turn out in full force to celebrate their best—and most famous—crop: tomatoes.
Grainger farmers have tomato growing down to a science, producing tomatoes nearly year-round.
www.southernfoodways.com /fea_graingertomatofest.shtml   (778 words)

 Grainger County Rutledge, Tennessee (Counties)
The county seat of Grainger County, Tennessee, is Rutledge.
The county population on July 1, 1999, was 20,219, an increase of 3,124 over the 1990 census.
For information on county government, contact the National Association of Counties Web site.
www.ohwy.com /tn/y/y47057.htm   (84 words)

 Grainger County Homes for Sale. Real Estate in Grainger County, Tennessee
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Then contact any of the Tennessee Real Estate Agents for professional assistance finding your Tennessee area home.
Click on the Grainger cities that you are interested in or search all Real Estate in Grainger County:
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