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Haywood County, Tennessee
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Haywood County, Tennessee, in the heart of the Tennessee Delta in the western grand division was created in 1823 from Indian lands, is named in honor of John Haywood (1762-1826), North Carolina Superior Court and Tennessee Supreme Court judge, author of Civil & Political History of Tennessee, father of Tennessee history. The county seat is Brownsville.


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Haywood County Resources

African-American Records

Brownsville/Haywood County Government




Cities, Towns & Communities

Deeds & Land Grants

Email Addresses

FamilySearch Wiki for Haywood County, Tennessee

Funeral Homes


Haywood County 1877 Map

Haywood County on Cyndi's List

Haywood County Genealogy Genies (Facebook)

Haywood County History by Goodspeed 1887

Haywood County Markers in the Historical Marker Database

Haywood County Records in the Tennessee Records Repository

Haywood County US GenWeb Archives

Elma Ross Public Library

Lookup Volunteers

Message Boards, Mailing List & Queries

Military All Wars

Miscellaneous Abstracts, Biographies, Diaries, Letters and Obits

Newspapers & Abstracts




Vital Records



Tennessee Resources

Tennessee Electronic Library

Tennessee Genealogy, Facts and Records (Genealogy Inc)

Tennessee Virtual Archive

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Bordering Counties
Crockett, Madison, Hardeman, Fayette, Tipton, Lauderdale

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This page last updated on Tuesday, November 24, 2015

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