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Smith County
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Smith County was founded in 1799. It was named in honor of Daniel Smith, Colonel in the Revolutionary Army. He surveyed and made the first map of Tennessee. Was secretary of the Territory South of the Ohio River, then was later senator from Tennessee 1798-1799 and 1805-1809.



ONLINE DATA

Architecture
Southern Style

Biographies

Births

Census

Cemeteries

Death Records
1908-1912

History

Marriages

Military Records

Obituaries

Pioneer Families

Wills



Surrounding Counties
DeKalb -- Jackson -- Macon -- Putnam -- Trousdale -- Wilson



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