Jackson County, Tennessee
Will and Probate Records
Will and Probate Records are available beginning in 1872. You may
order copies of the microfilmed records from the Tennessee
State Library and Archives. Click here
to see a list of the Probate records that are available on
The Tennessee State Library and Archives has as part of their
Wills and Estates Collection the Will and Estate inventory of William
Gray of Jackson County, Tennessee, 1852, and an estate inventory
compiled in 1857 by Samuel Gray, his son and executor. The will names
sons, John, Richard, William and Samuel S. Gray; daughter Elizabeth
Myers, and stepdaughters Susanah Sizemore and Fanny Allen. The
inventory includes many slave names and ages.
Will of John M. Burris (transcribed by Stephen Burris)
Miscellaneous records, 1810-1909 prepared by the WPA also contain
some Jackson County wills.
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