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Guide for the purpose of directing patrons to the necessary resources and institutions qualified for the study of genealogy
Large database of information for individuals including census records, birth, marriage and death records and immigration records dating back to 1500. Requires UT affiliation for remote access, but may be accessed by visitors through campus Wi-Fi. Members of the general public may also utilize the database through the subscription available at the Knox County Public Library.
Freely available online resource for looking up the burial locations of people throughout History. This resource may be useful in finding the burial location of a relative if you know the name, area, and rough time period they were buried.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (LDS) collects information from official sources and submissions from individual researchers. They do not verify the information from individuals. Their website is useful for those conducting genealogical research.
A collection of six searchable genealogical and historical resources, including U.S. federal census records from 1790-1930 and over 20,000 book titles. A Tennessee Electronic Library (TEL) database. Access is available to all residents of Tennessee.