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History of Fentress County, Tennessee

Albert Ross Hogue

History of Fentress County, Tennessee

the old home of Mark Twain"s ancestors.

by Albert Ross Hogue

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Published by Press of Williams printing co. in Nashville, Tenn .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Fentress County (Tenn.)
    • Subjects:
    • Fentress County (Tenn.) -- History.,
    • Fentress County (Tenn.) -- Biography.

    • Edition Notes

      GenreBiography.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF443.F34 H7
      The Physical Object
      Pagination165 p.
      Number of Pages165
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6586945M
      LC Control Number16010504
      OCLC/WorldCa1665191


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Highly recommend the book.4/5(4). History Of Fentress County, Tennessee. This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work was reproduced from the original artifact, /5. Early days in Fentress County, TN, are recalled in this spiral bound booklet a reprint of the book: History of Fentress County Tennessee (World War Memorial Edition) by A.R.

Hogue. The page booklet, which includes an index, is printed on x 11" 60# paper. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the front cover. History of Fentress County, Tennessee: The Old Home of Mark Twain's Ancestors Albert Ross Hogue Press of Tennessee book printing Company, - Fentress Co - pages5/5(1).

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History of Fentress County by A. Hogue. This reprint of the edition of Hogue’s original work published in is still Tennessee book in high esteem as the first official history of the county. Hogue was a meticulous historian who interviewed the oldest people living at the time and researched the oldest available records for this book.

The idea grew out of FIRST FAMILIES OF TENNESSEE, a project of East Tennessee Historical Society that was associated with the th anniversary of Tennessee’s becoming a state in Nineteen Ninety Eight marked the th year since the establishment of Fentress County.

The application is available here. Fentress County, Tennessee; History of Fentress County, Tennessee: the old home of Mark Twain's ancestors by Albert Ross Hogue Published by Williams Printing Co., Nashville, Tenn., Transcribed by, Jan Stypula.

Fentress County was formed in from lands in the Eastern part of Overton County in addition to Morgan, and White counties. It is bordered by, Overton, Pickett, Scott, Morgan and Cumberland Counties. Named for Hon. James Fentress, Speaker of the House of Representatives in Tennessee.

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Fentress County was formed in from portions of Morgan, Overton and White counties. The resulting county was named for James Fentress (–), who served as speaker of the state house, chairman of Montgomery County Court, and commissioner to select seats for Haywood, Carroll, Gibson and Weakley counties in West Tennessee.

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The Fentress County Historical Society was organized in and is dedicated to preserving the history of the people who have lived here. We hope you will take time to explore our developing web site and that you will come back often as we are.

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includes photographs. pages, indexed. History of Fentress County Tennessee Toggle navigation Menu. Fentress County was formed in from Morgan, Overton and White counties (Private Acts of TennesseeChapter ). The county seat is Jamestown. Title: History of Fentress County, Tennessee.

Item Condition: New. Author: Hogue, Albert Ross ISBN Books will be free of page markings. The Fentress County Historical Society was organized for the purpose of collecting, organizing, preserving, publishing and disseminating all kinds of historical and genealogical information that tells the story of the geographical, historical, cultural, social, religious and political heritage of Fentress County and the surrounding Upper Cumberland Plateau.

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Cumberland County, TN to the south ; Morgan County, TN to the southeast ; Overton County, TN to the west ; Pickett County, TN. The Museum is currently operated by the Fentress County Historical Society.

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Fentress County Courthouse, Jamestown, Tenn. Fentress County Courthouse S Main Street Jamestown, TN Phone: County Clerk has marriage records Phone: In the yearon the East Fork of Obeds River, in Fentress county, an old man named Joseph Stout was arrested and brought before Joshua Owens, a Justice of the Peace under the Constitution of for life.

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