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  Sevier County, Tennessee - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sevier County (pronounced "severe") is a county located in the U.S. state of Tennessee, and is named for John Sevier.
In the county, the population is spread out with 23.00% under the age of 18, 8.30% from 18 to 24, 29.80% from 25 to 44, 26.30% from 45 to 64, and 12.60% who are 65 years of age or older.
The median income for a household in the county is $34,719, and the median income for a family is $40,474.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Sevier_County,_Tennessee   (460 words)

 Encyclopedia: Sevier County, Tennessee   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
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/Sevier-County,-Tennessee   (2970 words)

 Sevier County, Tennessee Genealogical Records Information
Located in East Tennessee, Sevier County has the distinction of having three birthdays: in 1785 under the State of Franklin, in 1794 under the Southwest Territory, and in 1796 under the State of Tennessee.
In 1996 the county had a population of 51,043, and the labor force was predominantly employed in trade and finance due to the large number of retail establishments associated with the tourism industry.
Between 1990 and 2000 Sevier County grew by 39 percent to a total population of 71,170.
www.mytennesseegenealogy.com /tn_county/sev.htm   (1354 words)

 History of Sevier County Tennessee
Sevier County, one of the larger counties in the state of Tennessee, is bordered by Blount County on the west, Knox County on the northwest, Jefferson County on the northeast, and North Carolina on the south.
There are three distinct regions in Sevier County, Appalachian Mountain region to the north, Foothills region in the central portion and the Great Valley of East Tennessee, which stretches some 9,200 square miles across Virginia, Tennessee and Georgia.
This is the fifth courthouse for Sevier County
www.seviercountyelection.com /historical.html   (1031 words)

 SMHS - The Historic Architecture of Sevier County, Tennessee
The tradition of African-American brick masons in Sevier County was led by Isaac Dockery, who began his trade soon after the conclusion of the Civil War.
Although the number of African Americans in Sevier County never numbered more than a small percentage of the total population, the extent of their effect on the local material culture is extraordinary and unprecedented in East Tennessee.
Although Sevier County has many excellent architect-designed buildings, the large majority are common farmhouses built by yeoman farmers and planters in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
www.smokykin.com /smhs/arch2.html   (828 words)

 Sevier County, Tennessee -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
As of the 2000 (A period count of the population) census, the ((statistics) the entire aggregation of items from which samples can be drawn) population is 71,170.
The county's economy relies heavily on (The business of providing services to tourists) tourism.
The (The total national income divided by the number of people in the nation) per capita income for the county is $18,064.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/s/se/sevier_county,_tennessee.htm   (578 words)

 Sevier County Electric System   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Sevier County Electric System welcomes you one of the fastest growing counties in Tennessee and the home of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the nation's most visited national park.
Sevier County's high growth rate and booming tourism industry demand reliable, uninterrupted electric service which SCES has been proud to provide for over 58 years.
Sevier County Electric System is a city-owned, non-profit public utility controlled by a five-member board delivering outstanding service at fair rates.
www.electric.seviervilletn.org   (206 words)

 Shults Genealogy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
She was born October 4, 1819 in Sevier County, Tennessee, and died December 21, 1859 in Sevier County, Tennessee.
She was born January 25, 1819 in Sevier County, Tennessee, and died December 5, 1901 in White Oaks Flats, Sevier County, Tennessee.
She was born 1818 in Gatlinburg, Sevier County, Tennessee, and died September 3, 1879 in Gatlinburg, Sevier County, Tennessee.
www.lindasloveables.com /shults_genealogy.htm   (5518 words)

 Sevier County, Tennessee
Sevier County was named in honor of John Sevier, state senator and first governor of Tennessee.
In tracing the early residents of the County it is advisable to search the records of the adjoining counties of Blount, Cocke, Jefferson, and Knox.
As of the year 2000, Sevier County had a land area of 592 square miles and the population was estimated in 2002 at 74,456.
www.rootsweb.com /%7Etnsevier   (332 words)

 Clyde Davenport's Genealogy Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
It is entitled "The Davenport Families of Sevier County, Tennessee, Whitley County, Kentucky, and Tyrrell County, North Carolina." These notes amount to 115 pages, and obviously would be of value to anyone researching their Davenport line(s) in that time and place.
A very comprehensive source for Sevier County, Tennessee genealogy is the Sevier County Library at http://www.sevierlibrary.org/genealogy/research.html.
The publications of Donald B. Reagan, 801 Henrietta Drive, Knoxville, TN 37912, on Sevier County Genealogy are very helpful, as are those of Dr. Stephen E. Bradley, Jr., 114 Sixth Avenue, Lawrenceville, VA 23868 for Tyrrell and Washington County, North Carolina.
home.usit.net /~cmdaven/genlogy.htm   (1387 words)

 Knoxville Tennessee Information Gateway / Real Estate Listings
The county was formed in 1785 and was named for John Sevier, a colonel in the American Revolutionary Army and the first governor of the state of Tennessee.
Sevier County having plenty going for it-thriving manufacturing industries, booming tourist business, a low crime rate, outstanding educational opportunities, affordable housing, low taxes and a work force with an excellent work ethic, It makes you wonder why people would want to live anywhere else.
All of Sevier County Schools are fully accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and the State of Tennessee.
www.knoxville-tn.com /sevier.html   (2005 words)

 Sevier County, Tennessee BrickWalls
Married in Sevier County on 23 Oct 1876.
Ausburn Jenkins Burnett was in the 1840 Sevier Co. census.
There is a good possibility both Laura and Mary were born in Sevier County, but are listed in the 1880 Census as living in Jefferson Co. Laura was married to Richard Haworth and the mother of Dora, Ladoska Lee, Charles, Owen and Rachel.
www.rootsweb.com /~tnsevier/Brickwall.html   (2411 words)

 The Mountain Press
Sevier County Rescue Squad is accepting donations for its annual auction to be held July 23.
Sevier County High School Class of 1995 will have its reunion June 10-12.
Sevier County Rescue Squad is accepting donations for its annual spring auction.
www.zwire.com /site/news.cfm?newsid=14607267&BRD=1211&PAG=461&dept_id=169697&rfi=6   (1356 words)

 The Mountain Press   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
SEVIER COUNTY - Residents from Jones Cove came to help their school at its annual fund-raising event Saturday despite the cold, drizzly weather.
Wednesday was the official kickoff of the Sevier County Marine Corps League's Toys for Tots campaign, according to organizer Rick Leone of Sevierville.
Sevier County has lost a long-time educator and guiding light in the youth sports community with the death of James C. "Doc" McCarter.
www.zwire.com /site/news.cfm?brd=1211   (729 words)

 Sevier County Sevierville, Tennessee (Counties)
The county seat of Sevier County, Tennessee, is Sevierville.
The county population on July 1, 1999, was 65,783, an increase of 14,733 over the 1990 census.
Sevierville is located in Sevier County (of which it is the county seat) southeast of Knoxville...
www.ohwy.com /tn/y/y47155.htm   (131 words)

 Sevier County, Tennessee, Genealogy and History Web Site
Sevier County, formed in 1794 from Jefferson County, is located in East Tennessee, one of the state's three "grand divisions." It is bordered to the west by Blount, to the northwest by Knox, to the north by Jefferson, and to the east by Cocke Counties.
The southeast and south are bordered by Swain County, NC.
Sevier County is the subject of at least two volumes of published architectural information.
www.tngenweb.org /sevier   (320 words)

 Sevier County Election Commission - Vote, Votes, and Voting information
Sevier County Election Commission governs all elections and voting in Sevier County including Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg, Sevierville and Pittman Center.
The election commission is comprised of five county election commissioners of which three members are members of the majority party, and two members of the minority party.
The election commission also encourages all residents of Sevier County to register to vote and to excersise that right and freedom during every city, county and general election.
www.seviercountyelection.com   (354 words)

 Sevier County Campground, Tennessee camping
Sevier County Campground is one of those places where camping is great.
In Tennessee there are some real nice places including Sevier County Campground, Sevier County Campground is a great place for those who like the outdoors.
Lots of people come to camp at Sevier County Campground, just like most outdoors people you'll probably like Sevier County Campground as well.
www.hikercentral.com /campgrounds/110927.html   (725 words)

 Sevier County Bank   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Sevier County's oldest bank doesn't want to rest on past success to prove to you that we are on the move.
With assets exceeding $318 million, our capital strength ranks Sevier County Bank at the top of our peer group, assuring safety and soundness for our customers.
Sevier County Bank is unique in today's world, offering the latest in financial technology.
www.seviercobank.com   (201 words)

 SEVIER COUNTY TENNESSEE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
of the adjoining counties of Blount, Cocke, Jefferson, and Knox.
The Population Schedule of Sevier County for 1830, presented
The Index to the Sevier County, Tennessee Census of 1830
www.geocities.com /wellesley/gazebo/2632/census1a.html   (207 words)

 Sevier County, Tennessee Real Estate   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Sevier County, Tennessee is located in the Eastern Region of Tennessee.
Sevier County is one of the fastest-growing counties in Tennessee.
The cost of living index in Sevier County is low.
www.relocate-america.com /states/TN/cities/seviercounty.htm   (233 words)

 Tennessee-Sevier County Travel Member Directory
At the gateway to Great Smoky Mountains National Park, America's most visited national park, Sevier County is a great place to stay and play while hiking, fishing, and just all-around enjoying the scenery in the Great Smoky Mountains.
Sevier County is home to over a dozen music theaters offering music and entertainment from country to contemporary and down home to international.
Sevier County is filled with great outlet centers guaranteed to satisfy your craving for incredible savings on top quality merchandise.
www.vacationeasttennessee.org /sevier.html   (331 words)

 POORHOUSE HISTORY by state   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
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)

 Veternarians in Sevier County, Tennessee
Sevier County Animal Clinic - full service animal hospital.
Dinny Ryan, "The Irish Vet," has owned his own practice, Sevier County Animal Clinic, for several years.
He has been voted four years in a row as best veternarian in Sevier Co. in the Mountain Press Reader's Choice poll.
www.gatlinburg-pigeonforge.com /veternarians.htm   (92 words)

 Blount County page of TNGENWEB
Blount County, located in Eastern Tennessee, was formed in 1795, a year before Tennessee became a state.
It was formed from part of Knox County which in turn was formed in 1791 from parts of Greene & Hawkins Counties.
You are welcome to copy information found at the Blount County TNGenWeb site for personal use and to share information with other researchers or genealogical organizations, but this information may not be sold or used in a commercial project without expressed permission.
www.tngenweb.org /blount   (293 words)

The Hannon Family of Polk County NC with allied families Henderson and Carruth.
Hendersons from Ireland to Iowa near Tuskegok, in Decatur County Iowa to Kansas.
Early Hendersons of Carter County Kentucky, Family of Robert Henderson and Descendants of Alexander Miller Henderson.
tnhendersons.rootsweb.com /ms-biblio.html   (1848 words)

 Digital Sevier County Map, Maps of Sevier County County, Tennessee.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Our map of Sevier County is fully editable, logically layered (View Layer Directory), and royalty free.
Every county map is available, but we may not yet have your county of interest completed.
Individual County Overview™ vector graphics are priced by population, with prices ranging from $275 to $425 per county.
www.creativeforceinc.com /county_maps/county_maps.asp?ID=1450   (229 words)

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