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Roane County
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Roane County was founded in 1801. It was named in honor of Archibald Roane. He served as Governor of Tennessee 1801-1803, member of the 1796 Constitutional Convention, judge of the Superior Court of Law and Equity 1796-1801; judge of the Supreme Court of Errors and Appeals 1815-1819.




ONLINE DATA

Biographies

Births

Cemeteries

Census

Court Records

Deaths

HISTORY
Resoures Roane Co
Cherokee Passbook

Marriages

Military

News Articles

Obituaries

Pioneer Families

Wills


Surrounding Counties
Anderson -- Cumberland -- Knox -- Loudon

McMinn  -- Meigs -- Morgan -- Rhea


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