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  2. White County, Tennessee - Wikipedia,_Tennessee

    White County is a county located in the U.S. state of Tennessee. As of the 2020 census, the population was 27,351. [2] Its county seat is Sparta. [3] History On September 11, 1806, an act of the Tennessee General Assembly created White County out of Smith and Jackson counties, responding to a petition signed by 155 residents of the area.

  3. 16 West Bockman Way, Sparta, TN 38583. VISIT SITE. White County Is Waiting for You. “A Hiker’s Heaven in the Land of Falling Water” White County, Tennessee, is noted for its awe-inspiring waterfalls, breathtaking vistas, hiking and camping opportunities - but did you know that it is also home to five museums, one of the last remaining ...

  4. EMAIL. 1 East Bockman Way Room 205, Sparta, TN 38583. Denny Wayne Robinson has the honor of serving as the County Executive for White County Tennessee, where he is focused on economic development for the community, workforce development, education, solid waste and streamlining county government.

  5. White County, Tennessee Genealogy • FamilySearch,_Tennessee

    White County. Guide to White County, Tennessee ancestry, genealogy and family history, birth records, marriage records, death records, census records, and military records. Tennessee Online Genealogy Records.

  6. Genealogical "Fact Sheets" About White County | Tennessee ...

    White County, Tennessee, Inventories and Old Wills, 1831-1840 (WPA, 1936) [name index] White County, Tennessee, Inventories and Will Book, A, 1810-1828 (WPA, 1936) [name index] White County, Tennessee, Minute Book, 1820 (WPA, 1936) [case name index] White County, Tennessee, Oldest Marriage Book, 1809-1859 (Mitchell & Doliante, 1977)*

  7. White County | Tennessee Encyclopedia

    White County Written by Carroll Van West 3 minutes to read The Tennessee General Assembly established White County on September 11, 1806, from a part of Smith County and named the new county for John White, one of the first settlers in the area.

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