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  History & Genealogy - County Records - Roane County Genealogical Fact Sheet
Census on microfilm for Roane County: 1830-1880, 1900-1930
1860 Census of Roane County, Tennessee (McCluen and Thornton, 1993)
Roane County, Tennessee Census of 1870 [2 vols.] (1986)
www.tennessee.gov /tsla/history/county/factroane.htm   (930 words)

 Tennessee-Roane County Travel Member Directory
Roane County's history dates from 1801, when the Tennessee Legislature was asked to establish a new County in areas west of Knox County.
The Clinch, Emory, and Tennessee Rivers of Roane County had a profound influence on the development of transportation routes and local economies.
Indeed, Roane County has been recognized for many years as a Three-Star Community, an award signifying that the community has the organization, attitude, facilities, and skills to attract and retain future industry.
www.vacationeasttennessee.org /roane.html   (527 words)

 Roane County | Profile and Resource Guide
Roane County is comprised of the cities of Harriman, Kingston, Rockwood, and portions of Oak Ridge and Oliver Springs.
Roane County has been distinguished for many years as a Three-Star Community, an award acknowledging that the community’s organization, attitude, facilities and skills are ideal for attracting and retaining future industry.
The residents of Roane County believe that their quality of life is created from a balance between the county’s rural roots and its vision for the future.
www.communitylink.com /us/tn/roanecounty/profile/welcome.htm   (1291 words)

 Roane County, Tennessee - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Roane County is a U.S. county of the U.S. state of Tennessee (TN), United States.
The U.S. Census Bureau treats Roane County as the "Harriman, Tennessee, Micropolitan Statistical Area", which is in turn part of the "Knoxville-Sevierville-La Follette, TN Combined Statistical Area".
Roane County Tennessee Family History Project - Provides scans and searchable transcriptions of old documents and books relating to history and genealogy of past or present Roane County families.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Roane_County,_Tennessee   (471 words)

 Discover Roane County, Tennessee - The Roane Alliance
Roane County has always had a lot to offer - the charm of small-town living with urban amenities next door - but until the last few years, it has been a well-kept secret.
The county has 4,455 acres already zoned and is being developed for industry.
The Roane Regional Technology and Business Park with 655 acres located east of Kingston on I-40 is just opening and has its first two tenants in place, with two more under construction.
www.roanealliance.org /doing_business/discover.html   (572 words)

 Roane County Tennessee - The Roane Alliance
Located in the Southern Appalachian Mountains, Roane County is just 30 miles west of Knoxville and is easily accessible via Interstate 40 or any of the numerous state and federal highways that crisscross the area.
Roane County has been distinguished for many years as a Three-Star Community, an award acknowledging that the community's organization, attitude, facilities and skills are ideal for attracting and retaining future industry.
Roane County has also received the Tennessee governor's A+ Award for demonstrating an exceptional commitment to providing quality education.
www.roanealliance.org   (226 words)

 Roane County (Knoxville, Johnson City, Oak Ridge: visit, vacation, house) - Tennessee (TN) - City-Data Forum
Roane County is made up of three fair sized cities as well as numerous smaller communities.
Roane county is an awsome place to go on vacation.Johnson city is a terriable place
I know it is strange, but Roan Mountain is not in Roan County and one of the main streets in Johnson City is Roan St. But Roan County is over by Knoxville, not even close to Johnson City...strange, I know.
www.city-data.com /forum/tennessee/8985-roane-county-post48463.html   (941 words)

 Historical Highlights of Roane County, Tennessee
The first county created in Tennessee that withstood the Sevier-Tipton battles of the old State of Franklin, was Washington County, erected by the General Assembly of North Carolina in November 1777.
The next county created was from Sullivan County and was formed by the enactment of the State of North Carolina in 1786, while the state of Franklin was concurrently functioning.
After the Hiwassee Purchase, Roane County was extended on the south side of the Tennessee River and Morgan County taken from it.
www.tngennet.org /roane/files/misc/history.htm   (1710 words)

 Miscellaneous Roane County, Tennessee Obituaries
Cleveland was born June 13, 1922 in Sweetwater, Tennessee, the son of David Martin and Beulah May Cleveland.
Survivors include: wife, Donna Jenkins of Harriman; daughters, Christy Jenkins of Gallatin, Tennessee, Candaic Heinz, Kayla Jenkins both of Wartburg, Amanda Bird, April Bingham both of Harriman; son-in-law, Kevin Bird of Harriman; sisters and brothers-in-law, Nancy and Bill Law of Kentucky, Helen and J.B. Andrew of Nashville; one grandchild.
She was a teacher at Roane County High School from 1955-1963 and was an active member of the First Baptist Church of Kingston.
www.genealogybuff.com /tn/tn-roane-obits7.htm   (2401 words)

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Roane County: Jennifer Hyatte makes deal for her life
Former Roane County Sheriff David Haggard made his wishes known quickly after a shooting and escape that left a corrections officer dead in the parking lot of the Roane County Courthouse more than two years ago.
Roane County: Hyatte's lawyer says she will "plea"
www.roanecounty.com   (107 words)

 The Old Roane County Courthouse
The Old Roane County Courthouse was built during the 1854 - 1855 time period by architect Augustus Fisher and designer Fredrick B. Guenther, using native lumber and bricks made on the site by slaves.
The old courthouse is one of six antebellum courthouses remaining in Tennessee.
The building was the active courthouse of Roane County until 1974 when the new courthouse was completed and the old courthouse was deeded to the Roane County Heritage Commission.
www.roanetnheritage.com /courthouse/index.htm   (285 words)

 Roane County, Tennessee TN, county profile - hotels, festivals, genealogy, newspapers - ePodunk
Roane County is one of 95 counties in Tennessee.
The county is in the Harriman metro area.
This was an increase of 1.95% from the 2000 census.
www.epodunk.com /cgi-bin/genInfo.php?locIndex=12635   (636 words)

 News Links | Roane County, Tennessee   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Suspect in deputy's murder apprehended in Roane County
This site is not sanctioned by the Roane County Government or the Candidates running for office.
This is an open site, therefore comments and information from the sites unverified users is not guaranteed reliable, as such, users should verify all information as part of their educational process on voting and candidates.
roanegov.com /node/54   (258 words)

 1880 Census, Roane County, Tennessee
2, Roane County, Tennessee, 24 Jun 1880 p.320a, HN 204, FN 204 Peters James F. 35 preacher TN TN TN Sarah J. Martha A. Alice M. Felix R. James Fletcher (Fletcher) Peters was the son of my ggg grandparents John W. Peters and Ruby Smith.
The couple was married in 1877 in Roane County.
Trion McFarland Williamson was born in Moore County, North Carolina, the son of William Williamson and Elizabeth.
mywebpages.comcast.net /c24m48/census/tn/roane/1880.html   (1422 words)

 Roane County Homes for Sale. Real Estate in Roane County, Tennessee   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Then contact any of the Tennessee Real Estate Agents for professional assistance finding your Tennessee area home.
Click on the Roane cities that you are interested in or search all Real Estate in Roane County:
So whether you are wondering what your home value is, looking for an agent to help you buy or sell your real estate, or just looking to browse properties in your area, it's all right here.
www.homes.com /Real_Estate/TN/County/ROANE   (296 words)

 Roane County, Tennessee Naturalizations 1810-1900   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
emigrated from the County of Filkiny(?) parish of Finney and Town of Feinny in Ireland.
resided in Roane County and State of Tennessee for a period of five and a half years.
native of county of Cork in the Kingdom of Ireland.
www.roanetnheritage.com /research/misc/naturalizations.htm   (1701 words)

 Cemeteries on USGS Maps: Roane County, Tennessee   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Cemeteries on USGS Maps: S.E. Kentucky and East Tennessee
County, and it lists the Roane Memorial Gardens in Rockwood as a "park".
Roadmaps: MapQuest -- copy and paste a cemetery's latitude and longitude (west is negative).
www.cem-maps.com /usgstnroane.htm   (253 words)

 1860 Census, Roane County, Tennessee
This was one of my Sevier County families who had moved to Roane County.
Leander and Nancy were married on 27 Aug 1857 in Morgan County, Tennessee.
John England was from Anderson County, and the Charles M. Smith deposition said that John England and Joseph Wyatt were from the same county.
mywebpages.comcast.net /c24m48/census/tn/roane/1860.html   (1340 words)

Created by an act in 1801, the county is located in the Tennessee Valley, at the foothills of the Cumberland Plateau.
The county seat of Kingston also served as the capital of Tennessee for one day back in 1807.
The land that is now Roane County was opened up to westward expansion by such forts as
www.tngenweb.org /roane   (141 words)

 Roane County Tennessee History Project
The Kendrick Collection consists of some thousands of old papers relating to Harriman and Roane County, Tennessee, Revolutionary War ancestors, and genealogies of families, mostly in the southeastern United States.
Labor for this collection is being donated by archivists of the Southwest Point Chapter of the DAR of Kingston, Tennessee.
Genealogical researchers following our archival of the Kendrick Collection will be saddened to hear that for the time being no more of the collection can be archived by our volunteers, due to our lack of access to the documents.
www.roanetnhistory.org /archives.html   (313 words)

 Roane County, Tennessee 1930 (T626-2269) Team Census Transcription
Roane County, Tennessee 1930 (T626-2269) Team Census Transcription
Roane County, Tennessee - - 1930 Federal Census Team Transcription
Harriman City (Part) bounded by (N) Railroad Tracks; (E) Tennessee; (S) Emory River; (W) Emory River.
www.us-census.org /states/tennessee/teams/Roane1930-T626-2269.htm   (249 words)

 harriman tn - roane co genes - roane county, tennessee genealogy pages sitemap
GILES family in Tennessee - genealogy notes with source information toward sorting out their historical presence in Roane Co, TN.
ancestor and descendant chart for david washington montgomery who can be found in the 12th district, rockwood, roane county, tennessee census for 1870 [chart date: 8 dec 2004]
the revolutionary war service papers (nc) for david thomas montgomery, grandfather of david montgomery of rhea county, tennessee (great-great grandfather of mack majors of roane county, tennessee)
freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com /~harrimantn/sitemap.html   (1213 words)

 East Tennessee Land for Sale by Owner: Roane County Rural Acreage
Three lots remaining of original nine in Johnson Valley View SubDivision in south east area of Roane County, Tennessee.
The property is located approximately 7.5 miles from Sweetwater exit 62 north on Highway 322 toward Roane County then ½ mile on Johnson Valley Road.
This subdivision has been approved by the Roane County Planning Commission.
www.easttennland.com /Johnsonvalley2.htm   (502 words)

 East Tennessee Land for Sale by Owner: Roane County Farm Cabin and Pond
Pastured farm acreage in Watts Bar View Estates, Roane County, Tennessee.
Beautiful property with lots of potential in one of East Tennessee's most desirable areas.
This property was purchased in the fall of 1987 and has been and continues to be used for beef cattle farming.
www.easttennland.com /farmroane567.htm   (321 words)

 Roane County Tennessee
Roane County Land for sale in some or all of these cities: Harriman, Kingston, Oliver Springs, Rockwood, Emory Gap, Midtown and Westel.
This creates extraordinary direct waterfront properties that will provide a deep-water shoreline suitable for private docks and boathouses for most any size boat.
www.eaglestar.net /Local/Tennessee_Roane_County/index.html   (133 words)

 Roots of Roane County TN
This web site is dedicated to the late Snyder E. Roberts, author of the book, "Roots of Roane County, Tennessee - 1792 - ", published in 1981.
Most all of the contents are from his many years of research in the Roane County area.
For a complete list of his books, articles and manuscripts held in Roane County Libraries, go to the
www.roanetn.com   (238 words)

 RCARC Webpage
It is an open repeater and everyone is welcome to use it.
It is one of the most active repeaters in East Tennessee.
Our club meets on the 2nd Thursday of each month at 7 P.M., at the Roane State Community College Exposistion Center.
www.qsl.net /rcarc   (141 words)

 Roane County Records
Roane County, TN Articles, Records and General Information
Roane County created 1801 from Knox County and Indian lands; named in honor of Archibald Roane (1760-1819), 1796 Constitutional Convention delegate, Superior Court of Law and Equity Judge, Supreme Court Judge, Governor of Tennessee
Roane County Heritage Commission - (scroll to bottom of home page)
www.roanetn.com /court.htm   (354 words)

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