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Davidson County, Tennessee, Deed Book H: 1809-1821

By: Mary Sue Smith

Price: $18.50

Publisher: Heritage Books:

Seller ID: S1481


The third volume of Tennessee deed book records abstracted and indexed by Mary Sue Smith. There are no Federal censuses in existence for Tennessee prior to 1820, with the exception of 1810 for Rutherford County. These Tennessee deed records are remarkably informative, often including full names, family relations, and more complete information on slave transactions, such as the full names and even maiden names of buyers, sellers, former owners and inheritors. In many case... View more info

Davidson County, Tennessee, Deed Book Z: Personal Property Deeds, September 5, 1835 - January 2, 1838

By: Mary Sue Smith

Price: $29.00

Publisher: Heritage Books:

Seller ID: S2491


This abstract continues the personal property deed book abstracts for Davidson County, Tennessee in the 1830s and is especially important in tracing African American ancestry in early middle Tennessee. It gives ownership of slaves and relationships in both white and black families. These personal property deeds of the 1830s may provide the link between the family in Mississippi, Texas, California or Illinois with the older generation in Virginia or North Carolina. They a... View more info

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1770-1790 Census of the Cumberland Settlements: Davidson, Sumner, and Tennessee Counties

By: Richard C. Fulcher

Price: $27.50

Publisher: Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc:

Seller ID: 311746


The earliest surviving federal enumerations of the Tennessee Country consist of the 1810 census of Rutherford County and an incomplete 1820 census. But since the first settlers arrived at the French Lick as early as 1779, the first forty years of settlement in the area we now call Tennessee are a blank, at least in the official enumerations. This work is an attempt to reconstruct a census of the Cumberland River settlements in Davidson, Sumner, and Tennessee counties, wh... View more info