Our archives include...

Demographic Information

Click the image to the right to view demographic information about Greene County, or click below to access the file.
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Demographics 1790-2010

The Greene County Pioneer

The Greene County Pioneer is a regularly released publication by the Greene County Genealogical Society containing scholarly works and other articles related to our region. Click below to access an index which summarizes the contents of each article going back to 1985.
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Doughty-Stevens Funeral Home Records, 1908-1949

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Doughty-Stevens Funeral Home Records, 1908-1949

Greene County Cemetery Records

Records of the final resting spots of those who came before us.
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Greene County Post Offices and Postmasters, 1832-1971

Historical Greene County Maps

Use the button below to access a file containing several historical maps of Greene County.
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Notable locations around Greene County of historical significance.
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People Then and Now

Pictures of both the historical figures from our region, as well as their present day descendants.
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Petition of the Inhabitants of the Western Country

The Civil War

Remembering the brave soldiers from our region.
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The Revolutionary War

Revolutionary War Soldiers and Patriots.
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Sons of the American Revolution Ceremony with Headstone placement for Lt. Joseph Conway. Credit: Photo, Courtesy of the Greeneville Sun, April 19, 2010.

The War of 1812

A global war. Its impact felt here.
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World War 1 Roll of Honor

An Honor Roll of Greene County World War 1 soldiers.

Pictured right: PFC John Calvin Ward, Medal of Honor Recipient.
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...and so much more.

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