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  Greene County, Tennessee - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Greene County is a county located in the state of Tennessee.
In the county, the population is spread out with 22.20% under the age of 18, 8.10% from 18 to 24, 28.70% from 25 to 44, 26.10% from 45 to 64, and 14.80% who are 65 years of age or older.
The median income for a household in the county is $30,382, and the median income for a family is $36,889.
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 Encyclopedia: Greene County, Tennessee   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
A county seat is a town which is the capital of a county.
Coffee County is a county located in south-central portion of the state of Tennessee.
Shelby County is a county in the U.S. state of Tennessee.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Greene-County,-Tennessee   (2594 words)

  
 Greene County, TN, Genealogy Goodspeed's History of Greene Co --1887
Green County is the fourth county in size in East Tennessee, having an area of 530 square miles.
He was chosen clerk of the county court upon the organization of the county, and continued to hold it under four successive changes of government, a sufficient proof of his integrity and worth.
The county, as a whole, was the most loyal to the Franklin government of any of the counties composing the State, and jealously guarded against anything tending to weaken its influence or authority.
www.genealogyforyou.com /usa/tennessee/greene/goodspeed.htm   (3404 words)

  
 Greene County, Tennessee Genealogical Records Information
Greene County lies in the Great Valley of Tennessee in the northeast corner of the state.
Greene County, part of North Carolina, was established in 1783 and named in honor of General Nathanael Greene of Rhode Island, under whom many settlers had fought during the Revolutionary War.
Greene County participated in the State of Franklin movement along with fellow upper East Tennessee counties Sullivan and Washington.
www.mytennesseegenealogy.com /tn_county/gre.htm   (1345 words)

  
 James born 1878 in Tennessee is the son of Peter Dillon also known as Peter Dillow
Greene County, TN is located in the upper eastern tip of TN right on the VA and NC lines.
Greene County, TN, is probably about is 30, 40, maybe 50 miles or so from Guilford County, NC and Frederick County (Berkeley County).Greene County, TN is just about in the middle of the ocations.
James is in the 1830 Green County, TN and 1850 Greene County, TN Census.
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 Greene Co TNGenWeb Genealogy, a USGenWeb site   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Greene County was formed in 1783 from portions of Washington County.
Greene County and Greeneville were named in honor of General Nathanael Greene, a Rhode Islander who was credited with outstanding military ability.
Greene County is nestled in the foothills of the Great Smokey Mountains in the Eastern Region of Tennessee.
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 Greene County Marriage License, Greene County Tennessee Marriage License on TennesseeBridal.com
Greene County Marriage License, Greene County, TN Marriage License...
Tennessee statutes prohibit marriages between two persons of the same sex, and Tennessee does not recognize marriages performed in other jurisdictions between persons of the same sex.
County clerks are statutorily prohibited from issuing a marriage license to two persons of the same sex.
www.tennesseebridal.com /local/greene-county-marriage-license.asp   (1134 words)

  
 Greene County Tennessee. TNGenNet Inc, TNGenWeb Project. A Genealogy & History Homepage
Greene County is located in East Tennessee, one of the state’s three “Grand Divisions” and is named for Major General Nathanael Greene, patriot of the American Revolution.
The Washington District of North Carolina was established as a “county” by the General Assembly of North Carolina in 1777, and was organized as a county on February 23, 1778.
Greene County was established by an Act of the North Carolina general assembly on April 18, 1783.
www.tngenweb.org /greene   (300 words)

  
 Peter Dillon also known as Peter Dillow born in VA about 1754-57
As Washington County, NC and the mother county of Tennessee, Washington County gave rise to Sullivan County, 1779; Greene County, 1783.
The 1850 Census for Greene County, TN Descendants of Peter Dillow, this James Dillon born 1809 is the son of Peter's grandson by his son William Dillon or Dillow born 1781.
Among the pioneers to Green County, TN were William Reese*, Garrett* and Peter Dillion*, William and Abraham Smith, Solomon, David and John B. Beales, Samuel and Mordecai Ellis, Abraham Marshall, Samuel Pearson, Samuel Stanfield and George Hayworth.
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 Greene County, Tennessee -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Greene County is a (A region created by territorial division for the purpose of local government) county located in the (The way something is with respect to its main attributes) state of (A state in east central United States) Tennessee.
Its (The town or city that is the seat of government for a county) county seat is (Click link for more info and facts about Greeneville) Greeneville (Click link for more info and facts about
The (The total national income divided by the number of people in the nation) per capita income for the county is $15,746.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/g/gr/greene_county,_tennessee.htm   (524 words)

  
 Iron Furnace Greene County TN Ledger
The current County Road Map (1991) identifies roads serving the area as Bright Hope Rd., Hogan Rd., Orebank Rd., and Whittenburg Rd. Real estate transactions of the Boles and their kin of the 1830's to 1870's were in the very near vicinity of the Bright Hope works.
He was Democrat Senator from Tennessee in 1860 and the only Southern Senator to declare for the Union at the time of secession.
When central Tennessee was occupied by the Union Army in March of 1862, Johnson was Commissioned General and appointed Military Governor of Tennessee by President Lincoln.
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 American West - DAVY CROCKETT
While Davy was still in dresses, his father moved the family to Cove Creek in Greene County, Tennessee, where he built a mill in partnership with Thomas Galbreath.
He was a member of the Tennessee legislature in 1821-1822 and again in 1823-1824, and of the twentieth Congress of the United States in the years 1827-1829, in the twenty-first Congress, 1829-1831 and again, in the twenty-third Congress, 1833-1835.
To be a representative in the Tennessee legislature and then serve honorably as a member of Congress of the United States, was quite a feat for one with less than six months schooling.
www.americanwest.com /pages/davycroc.htm   (1138 words)

  
 Greene County Tennessee/Greenville TN
Greene County Tennessee/Greenville TN Established in 1783, Greene County is named in honor of Nathaniel Greene.
The east Tennessee location of the county means the terrain is mostly mountainous, especially in the eastern part of the county.
Greene County was formed from land that earlier had been part of Washington County.
www.easttnrealestate.com /greene_county_tennessee.htm   (221 words)

  
 Greene County, TN, Genealogy Research Helps
County boundary changes that occurred between the years 1790 and 1800.
The First TAX LIST for the County of Greene was taken in the year 1783.
Greene County Death Indexes for the years between 1914-1925.
www.genealogyforyou.com /usa/tennessee/greene/greehelp.htm   (807 words)

  
 Greene County, New York Genealogical Records Information
It is said that Greene County made more leather in the few years before 1835 than was produced by all the rest of the State.
The land denuded of its forest growth was to a greater extent than usual put under cultivation, so that even where the soil has been abandoned to a second growth of trees, the new forests are the better for the period of farming.
There are evidences that there were a number of residents of the County, principally Dutch, before the Revolution, but that disturbance also disturbed them, and there seems to have been a general exodus at that time.
www.mynewyorkgenealogy.com /ny_county/gr.htm   (1256 words)

  
 Genealogy: Tennessee Genealogy Sites
Tennessee birth and death registration officially began in 1908, but it was not until 1914 that the death certificate form included such genealogically important information as the person's date and place of birth, and parents' names
Tennessee is very interesting in terms of how it grew, and how its land was surveyed and granted.
The 8th Tennessee Cavalry was initially organized in White County as independent partisan rangers on September 4, 1862, with 12 companies under the command of Colonel George G. Dibrell.
www.genealinks.com /states/tn.htm   (761 words)

  
 GenMarket.com: Your Genealogy Supermarket : United States : By State : Tennessee
In addition to roads and railways, towns and settlements, rivers, creeks, and county lines are shown in both states.
The marriage records of Knox County, TN (1792-1849), which originally appeared in the Tennessee Historical Magazine in 1920, are contained herein.
Marriage Bonds for the town of Lebanon in Wilson County, TN are listed by W. Bouton, and cover the years from 1802—1819.
www.genmarket.com /United_States/By_State/Tennessee   (1172 words)

  
 Greene County, Georgia Genealogical Records Information
Greene County was created from Washington County on Feb. 3, 1786 by an act of the General Assembly (Marbury and Crawford's Digest, p.
A few months earlier, Greene and wife Catharine had taken residence near Savannah at the Mulberry Plantation, which was a gift from the Georgia legislature in appreciation for his victorious campaign against British forces in the southern theater of war.
Additionally, areas of Greene County were transferred to Oglethorpe, Clark and Taliaferro counties between 1794 and 1877.
www.mygeorgiagenealogy.com /ga_county/gre.htm   (475 words)

  
 Greene County, Tennessee Information and Web Links   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Greene County was created in 1783 from Washington County and named for Revolutionary War commander Nathaniel Greene (1742 - 1786).
Greene County is the 7th largest county in Tennessee in size comprising 622 square miles in area.
Carter County, TN Claiborne County, TN Greene County, TN Hamblen County, TN Hancock County, TN Hawkins County, TN Jefferson County, TN Johnson County, TN Sullivan County, TN Unicoi County, TN Washington County, TN Avery County, NC Lee County, VA Northeast Tennessee Valley Regional
www.netvaly.org /greene.htm   (94 words)

  
 Greene County, Tennessee Cemetery Records -- Genealogy Search
Bordering North Carolina in eastern Tennessee, Greene County was formed from Washington County, North Carolina in 1783.
Greene County, Virginia Births, 1853-71 Birth records for over 11,700 children born in Greene County, Virginia between 1853 and 1871
Greene County, Virginia Births, 1872-78 Birth records for over 1600 children born in Greene County, Virginia between 1872 and 1878
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 Greene County, North Carolina Genealogical Records Information
Greene County was formed in 1799 from Glasgow.
The county was originally named for James Glasgow, but when he became publicly involved in land frauds it was changed to Greene in honor of Nathaniel Greene, Washington's right-hand-man. Greene is regarded as second only to Washington as the greatest soldier of the Revolution.
It is in the eastern section of the State and is bounded by Pitt, Lenoir, Wayne and Wilson counties.
www.mynorthcarolinagenealogy.com /nc_county/gre.htm   (446 words)

  
 biography of Sheriff Burns-Greene County-Greeneville, Tennessee
He was elected Sheriff of Greene County in 1998 and re-elected in 2002.
Their son "Jay" is a graduate of the University of Tennessee and is currently a first year law student
Their daughter "Lauren" is a Freshman at East Tennessee State University.
greenecountysheriffsdepartment.org /burnsbio.html   (147 words)

  
 Greene County Greeneville, Tennessee (Counties)
The county seat of Greene County, Tennessee, is Greeneville.
The county population on July 1, 1999, was 60,900, an increase of 5,068 over the 1990 census.
Greeneville is located in Greene County northeast of Newport along US Highway 321 near Davy...
www.ohwy.com /tn/y/y47059.htm   (99 words)

  
 Tennessee firm buys Greene County hospital   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Greene County Memorial Hospital has been bought for $11 million by a Tennessee-based hospital company, which will change the facility's name to Southwest Regional Medical Center and lay off 27 workers.
Essent Healthcare, a Nashville, Tenn., company that owns hospitals in Connecticut, Massachusetts and Texas, said it would invest at least $1 million per year for 10 years in the Waynesburg hospital.
Greene County Memorial is the third small rural hospital in Pennsylvania to be sold to a for-profit company this year, according to the Hospital and Healthsystem Association of Pennsylvania.
www.post-gazette.com /pg/05287/588290.stm   (249 words)

  
 POORHOUSE HISTORY by state
By the Beginning of June 2003 we had accumulated so much poorhouse information for Tennessee that it became necessary to present the material in a different format -- by using a table (scroll down) of separate pages for each county.
Note: Counties which are not underlined and linked to a separate page are counties for which we currently have no information.
These can be especially valuable to those whose ancestors for whatever reason, petitioned the court for admission to the poor farm, were accepted and lived and died there.
www.poorhousestory.com /poorhouses_in_tennessee.htm   (316 words)

  
 1880 Census, Greene County, Tennessee
7 Mar 1839 in Greene County, Tennessee died 5 Jul 1915 in Jefferson County, Tennessee.
Nancy Ann Pierce was born 15 Jan 1839 in Greene County, Tennessee died 22 Jul 1880 in Greene County, Tennessee.
She was the "other" Nancy Pierce/Peirce/Pearce who was living in Greene County at this time.
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