Tennessee Genealogy Crash Course

Tennessee earned the nickname The Volunteer State because of the record number of soldiers it provided for both the War of 1812 and Mexican War. This reputation continued into the 1800s. If you have Tennessee ancestor, chances are your they served in the War Between the States: Tennessee provided more soldiers to the Confederate Army than any other state, and more to the Union Army than any Southern state. Whether you are the descendent of a veteran Volunteer or your family was just flying through, renowned genealogist and Tennessee records expert J. Mark Lowe will help root out your long lost relatives in this Tennessee Genealogy Crash Course. This webinar comes with a free copy of our Tennessee Research Guide.

  • SESSION STATUS: Digital Recording Available (Download Here)
  • STARTING TIME: On-Demand
  • LENGTH: 1 hour
  • PRICE: $39.99
  • PRESENTER: J. Mark Lowe

WHAT YOU’LL LEARN

  • Essential Tennessee history, from the Watauga Association to the Civil War
  • What military records are available and how to find them
  • Tennessee land records and historical boundaries
  • Navigating Tennessee vital records
  • Learn about the top websites for finding Volunteer State ancestors

 

 

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