Welcome to the

 Warren County, Tennessee

 TNGenWeb Site 




Warren County is located in the heart of Middle Tennessee, one of the state’s three “Grand Divisions.” Warren County was formed in 1807 from White County. It is named for Major General Joseph Warren, patriot of the American Revolution. Warren was one of the original Minute Men, Chairman of the Committee of Safety in Boston in 1775 and the man who sent Paul Revere to Lexington to warn John Adams and John Hancock of the British advance, setting Revere off on his famous ride.


My name is Kerry Smith and I serve as the Warren County Site Volunteer Coordinator.  My goal is to provide a quality site that provides information and resources to those searching for their Warren County ancestors.  I do not live in Warren County, although I have deep roots here through my own ancestors.  I cannot conduct personal research, but I will try to help with questions you may have as you navigate this site.


I hope you will find the information presented here to be useful in your research.  I also hope that you would be willing to share your own information with us, with the goal of making this site a better resource for all the folks searching for their ancestors who once made Warren County, Tennessee their home.




PLEASE NOTE:  This site is undergoing transition.  Information is still being transferred from the old site to this new one.  If you are looking for something and cannot find it, please contact us.