Welcome to the Humphreys County TNGenWeb Site!
The purpose of our site is to provide you with free resources for your genealogy and family history research. This site relies heavily on your contributions so please let us know if you have information to share. This site is currently available for adoption. If you are interested, please visit our Adopt-A-County page for more details.
Humphreys County is located on the western edge of Middle Tennessee, one of the states three “grand divisions”. The county was formed in 1809 from lands of Stewart County. The County Seat is Waverly; other communities include Bakerville, Buffalo, Hurricane Mills, McEwen, New Johnsonville, and Polecat.
PLEASE NOTE: In May 2013 we redesigned the site. If you cannot find something you are looking for, please let us know.
Header photo: Mill at Hurricane Mills. This is now part of the Loretta Lynn Dude Ranch. Photo by Brent Moore.