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Claiborne County

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Claiborne County was founded in 1801. It was named in honor of William C. C. Claiborne, who was then governor of the Mississippi Territory. He was judge of the Superior Court of Tennessee, 1796-97, and the representative in Congress, 1797-1801. Later he would become the Governor of Louisiana and was senator-elect from that state at the time of his death.

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Birth Records

Bonds and Letters of Administration

Cemeteries
TVA Cemetery Study

Census & Pensioners

Crime & Violence

Death Records
1908-1912

Deeds

Local History

Military Records

News & Gossip

Obituaries

Wills & Estates




Surrounding Counties
Campbell -- Grainger -- Hancock -- Union

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