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Williamson County, TNGenWeb

Welcome to the Williamson County TNGenWeb site. Please contact Darlene Anderson, Williamson Co. TNGenWeb coordinator if you have any questions. I hope you enjoy your visit. Please get in contact with me if you have any suggestions or contributions you would like to make.

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Carlisle House - photo by Brent Moore

The Williamson County TNGenWeb Project web site is dedicated to providing genealogy and historical information to researchers and is made available FREELY for those individuals that are tracking their family roots in Williamson County, Tennessee. We hope that you enjoy your visit and that this site can help you in tracing and verifying your Tennessee Roots.

Williamson County was established in 1779 and named in honor of Dr. Hugh Williamson, surgeon general of the North Carolina militia, member of the Continental Congress, and signer of the Constitution. His biographical information may be found here. Franklin is the county seat. The county is bordered by Cheatham, Davidson, Dickson, Hickman, and Marshall, Maury, and Rutherford counties.

Research Resources

Make sure you check the "Records & Resources" section! There you will find information on a variety of topics. You can think of this page like the "table of contents" directory for the site.