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This site provides free resources, data, and assistance to those with local and family history interests in Jefferson County.

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The TNGenWeb Project was created in 1996 in association with the USGenWeb Project to answer the ever-growing needs of genealogists who were trying to research their ancestors in Tennessee.

The TNGenWeb Project is a not-for-profit volunteer genealogical organization dedicated to the free access of genealogical information by anyone in the world.

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Bible of W. R. Seahorn & Wife, Deceased, Who Lived at Oak Grove

From transcriptions prepared by W. A. Lyle, of Jefferson County, and subsequently typed and published by the Works Progress Administration under the title Jefferson County Bible Records.
Transcribed for this site from the WPA volume by Doris Kinser Fountain.  We are extremely grateful to her.
Researchers Note:  this is a transcription of a transcription of a transcription.  Therefore, every item must be verified through separate sources.

Possession: Sam W. Seahorn and wife, Oak Grove, TN, RFD #2, White Pine, TN
Transcription: Aug. 19, 1937

William R. Seahorn was born March 11, 1854
Annie Pryor Seahorn was born Feb. 15, 1871
John Ponder Seahorn, son of W. R. and A. P. Seahorn, was born Jan. 19, 1896
Janie, daughter of W. R. and A. P. Seahorn, was born March 22, 1898
Samuel Walker, son of W. R. and A. P. Seahorn, was born Feb. 23, 1900
William Robert, son of W. R. and A. P. Seahorn, April 27, 1902
Frank Hodge, son of W. R. and A. P. Seahorn, was born Sept. 4, 1904
Hugh Sartin, son of W. R. and A. P. Seahorn, was born Feb. 18, 1907

Little Janie Seahorn died Oct. 2, 1899

William Robert Seahorn and Annie Pryor Sartin were married at Oak Grove on the 26th day of April 1893. By G. W. Jackson
Ponder Seahorn and Daisie Burchfield were married April 6, 1917
Walter Seahorn and Mary Coxe were married April 24, 1918
Robert Seahorn and Evelyn Felknor were married June 30, 1927
Frank Seahorn and Ada Louise Allen were married March 2, 1928
Sam Seahorn and Fay Denton were married December 10, 1936

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