Genealogy Projects tagged with Crockett County on the Geni Family Tree

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  • Crockett County, Tennessee

    Please add profiles of those who were born, lived or died in Crockett County, Tennessee. Official Website Crockett County was formed in 1871 from portions of Haywood, Madison, Dyer and Gibson counties. It is named in honor of David Crockett (1786–1836), frontier humorist, soldier, Tennessee state legislator and U.S. congressman, and defender of the Alamo. Adjacent Counties Gibson Coun...

  • Oak View Memorial Park, Crossroads, Tennessee

    From the intersection or US-412 E & TN-54, NW of Alamo, in Crockett County, Tennessee, travel southeast on US-412 E for 4.2 mi. to the entrance drive into this large Oak View Cemetery on the west (right) side of the highway, as notated on USGS topo maps. Find a Grave TN Gen Web

  • Crockett County, Texas

    Prehistoric people lived in Gobbler Shelter, located on a small tributary canyon of Live Oak Creek. Earliest known Native American tribes are Tonkawa, Lipan Apache, and Comanche. 1590 Spanish explorer Gaspar Castaño de Sosa leads a mining expedition of 170 who pass through the western section of Crockett County to reach the Pecos River. 1684, May 22 - Juan Domínguez de Mendoza and his exped...

  • Belleview Cemetery, Bells, Tennessee

    The cemetery is located on 50 Margin Avenue, Bells, Crockett County, Tennessee. Find a Grave

  • Belle Vernon Cemetery, Friendship, Tennessee

    The cemetery is located on 939 Main Street, Friendship, Crockett County, Tennessee. Find a Grave TN Gen Web

  • Archer's Chapel Methodist Cemetery, Frog Jump, Tennessee

    Archer's Chapel Church and Cemetery are located about seven miles west of Maury City in Crockett County. Turn left off Hwy 88 onto Archer's Chapel Rd. Go about l/3 of a mile and the road curves to the left. The Church and Cemetery sit sort of in the curve of the road. The "Old" cemetery is to the right of the Church and the new part is on the left. Find a Grave TN GenWeb