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Product ID #219   WARREN CO., TN GENEALOGICAL NOTES FROM THE McMINNVILLE NEWSPAPERS, 1880-1914

By Don Martini

This volume contains McMinnville businesses, Warren Co. death notices, Warren countians visiting their old home places, homicides, miscellaneous notes and comments on issues of the day.  It is a wealth of information for anyone researching their ancestors and history of the area.

319 pages, paperback, indexed

Add to Cart $35.00

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Product ID #219   WARREN CO., TN GENEALOGICAL NOTES FROM THE McMINNVILLE NEWSPAPERS, 1880-1914

By Don Martini

This volume contains McMinnville businesses, Warren Co. death notices, Warren countians visiting their old home places, homicides, miscellaneous notes and comments on issues of the day.  It is a wealth of information for anyone researching their ancestors and history of the area.

319 pages, paperback, indexed

Add to Cart $35.00

 
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THE FIFTH (1ST MIDDLE) TENNESSEE CAVALRY REGIMENT, U.S.A.
By F. W. Weatherbee, Jr.

Once secession has become a reality but before hostilities began, congressman William B. Stokes, of Dekalb County, Tennessee, remarked, "I am a submissionist." His Congessional cohort, Emerson Etheridge, also from Tennessee, agreed that secession was the wrong course of action to be taken. But, in April 1861, the first shots were fired at Fort Sumter and two months later, on June 24th, Tennessee seceeded from the Union, the last state to do so.

A number of Union volunteer units were organized from Tennessee. Among these, the 5th Tennessee Cavalry Regiment, also known as the 1st Middle Tennessee Cavalry Regiment, was organized a little over a year after Tennessee seceeded. It played a major part in the many cavalry actions which took place in Middle Tennesse.

Along with detailing the operations and movements of the Regiment, the author lists the names of members of this unit, which will aid genealogists and historians immensely.

106 pages, paperback, index, $13.00

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