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We've made it easy for you to follow along when updates are made to our TNGenWeb Cemetery Database! Learn more at http://tngenweb.org/blog/cemetery-database-updates/. 
The TNGenWeb Cemetery Database, coordinated by Jerry Butler, is one of our primary resources for burial records from across the state. With close to 400,000 records from more than 15,000 cemeterie…
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FamilySearch has a new pilot tool for indexing online collections - their image only collections, and in the future, other web-based collections. Learn more about it via our sneak preview! http://tngenweb.org/blog/familysearch-pilot-indexing-extension/
Do you use the incredible FREE collections offered by FamilySearch (FS) as you do your family history and genealogy? We know you use TNGenWeb (of course!!! :-) ), and there are also many other great free resources available. FamilySearch is often at the top of that list given the extensive ...
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Ask Vance shows us what Johnny Cash looked like in high school http://www.memphismagazine.com/Blogs/Ask-Vance/February-2015/Johnny-Cash-in-High-School/
Before he became a famous singer, known as “The Man in Black,” Johnny Cash was just a regular kid, named J.R. Cash. Here’s how he looked in high school.
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Houston County Archives recently received two grants that will help better preserve the county's history — both official records and personal keepsakes.
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This week's County Spotlight is Moore County - http://tngenweb.org/blog/county-spotlight-moore-county/. Check it out!
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Our biography portal, Who's Who in TN, continues to grow - we are nearing 2,000 bios! Now, we've made it easier to get updates for the specific counties you are most interested in for your research as we continue to add more - http://tngenweb.org/blog/biography-updates-can-come-directly-to-you/
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Latest blog post from the Tennessee State Library & Archives re a Supreme Court Case based out of Shelby County - http://tslablog.blogspot.com/2015/03/from-tennessee-supreme-court-case-files.html
While cataloging the vast collection of Tennessee Supreme Court records, members of our staff frequently come across some interesting finds. One such case is from 1917 and comes out of Shelby County. In the case of Patton-T...
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Tennessee gets several awards in latest round of NEH funding. Check out our blog post at http://tngenweb.org/blog/tennessee-bodes-well-in-recent-neh-awards/
To all of you Tennessee history enthusiasts, you'll be so pleased to hear the news of the funding received throughout the state from the National Endowment for Humanities. Yesterday, NEH announced the recipients of their recent funding cycle. Awards were made for 177 projects around the country ...
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TNGenWeb Cemetery Database update & redesign.  Now up to 350,000+ burials from more than 15,000 cemeteries across the state. http://tngenweb.org/blog/tngenweb-cemetery-database-update/
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Dekalb County is this week's county highlight. There are some great resources on the site to help you with your research. http://tngenweb.org/blog/county-spotlight-dekalb-county/
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County spotlight - Lauderdale County - http://tngenweb.org/blog/county-spotlight-lauderdale-county/
Hello 2014! We at the TNGenWeb Project are happy to see…
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Free genealogy resources for the state of Tennessee. Online since 1996.
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The TNGenWeb Project strives to help you make the most of your Tennessee genealogy research.  We have a website for every county in the state. You can find us at http://www.tngenweb.org

I, Taneya Koonce, am the current State Coordinator.I am passionate about genealogy & family history research so please feel free to contact me if you have questions.  We as a group will try to assist you as best we can.
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