Latest News

Do you have family from Haywood County? If so, you may be interested in knowing that we have a new coordinator for the Haywood County TNGenWeb site, and along with her, a new design for the site! Your new coordinator for Haywood County is Jane Long. Jane is a native…

Read More
volunteerstatemind

Volunteering with the USGenWeb Project has been absolutely, hands-down, one of the most rewarding genealogy endeavors yours truly has ever undertaken.   When I started doing genealogy, I was able to make great advances in my research because of the USGenWeb and the work that had been done by project volunteers. Seeking…

Read More
cemdb-2015-11-21rev

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 cemeteries, you certainly want to make sure you are familiar with using the site.   We have now implemented two new ways to…

Read More
trott_neh2

TNGenWeb Historical News Portal One of the special projects we offer here at the TNGenWeb is our Historical News Portal site. The Historical News Portal provides transcriptions of items from historical Tennessee newspapers organized in a way that makes it easy for you to find information by surname or county….

Read More
panel

This month, in commemoration for Black History Month, the Hermitage is hosting a series of events. Today, I had the fortunate opportunity to attend a program highlighting resources for conducting genealogical research.  Today’s panel featured several presenters well-versed in their respective areas of expertise and were all great to hear!…

Read More
panel

Yesterday, the Tennessee State Library and Archives partnered with Ancestry to host the “Tennessee Ancestry Library Event”  here in Nashville. The event had two primary days – a Librarians’ Day on Friday, and a Researcher’s Day yesterday. I was so pleased that I was able to attend the Saturday Researchers’ Day…

Read More
volunteerstatemind

TN barnwood sign from SignNiche Tennessee – the Volunteer State.  A perfect nickname indeed for our Tennessee home – especially when it comes to our efforts here at the TNGenWeb Project.  The information we have available throughout all of our county sites would not be possible without the help of…

Read More

Do you have research interests in and around the Montgomery County area? If so, you may be interested in knowing that there is a new genealogy discussion group forming.  The group will meet starting September 16th near the front entrance of the Clarksville-Montgomery County Public Library.  They will  meet the…

Read More
gordonandcharles

It is amazing the energy that can come from a group of like-minded individuals getting together. I am proud to say that I experienced this first-hand yesterday at a meetup I organized for our TNGenWeb team. We gathered at the Tennessee State Library and Archives for a day of conversation…

Read More
66666