Warioto Press Publications for Middle Tennessee–an Update

The First Southwest: the Third Atlas, the Cumberland and Duck River settlements.
Jack Masters & Bill Puryear. Book with Digital Images. Gallatin TN: Warioto Press, 2012. 302 pp.

Founding of the Cumberland Settlements : the First Atlas 1779-1804: showing who came, how they came, and where they put down roots. Doug Drake, Jack Masters & Bill Puryear, Book with CD. Gallatin TN: Warioto Press, 2009. 236 pp.

Founding of the Cumberland Settlements: The First Atlas, 1779-1804. Data Supplement 2: North Carolina Warrants, Surveys, and Surveyor Plats. Doug Drake, Jack Masters, Bill Puryear. Gallatin TN: Warioto Press, 2009. Includes maps of Cumberland River and Duck River areas.

All or portions of Cheatham, Davidson, Jackson, Macon, Montgomery, Robertson, Smith, Sumner, Trousdale, Williamson, and Wilson Counties of Middle Tennessee.

Land Grant Genealogy: North Carolina Warrants, Surveys, and Surveyor Plats 1779-1804. Data Supplement 3. Jack Masters & Bill Puryear. Book with CD. Gallatin TN: Warioto Press, 2011. 604 pp.

All of Rutherford, Williamson, and Wilson Counties; remainder of Davidson and Smith Counties; part of Cannon, Cheatham, DeKalb, Jackson, Putnam, Sumner, and Trousdale Counties.

Land Grant Genealogy: North Carolina Warrants, Surveys, and Surveyor Plats. Data Supplement 4, to Accompany Volume III, The First Southwest. Jack Masters & Bill Puryear. Gallatin TN: Warioto Press, 2012. 562 pp.

All of Bedford, Dickson, Marshall, and Maury Counties; remainder of Cheatham and Montgomery Counties; most of Hickman, Houston, and Stewart Counties; portions of Coffee, Giles, Humphreys, and Lincoln Counties.

Land Grants on Elk River in Tennessee: North Carolina and Tennessee Land Grants, 1783-1831—Land Grant Genealogy 5. Jack Masters. Gallatin TN: Warioto Press, 2014. 658 pp.

Bedford, Coffee, Franklin, Giles, Grundy, Lincoln, Marshall , an Moore Counties in Southern Middle Tennessee.

Thoroughfare for Freedom: the Second Atlas of the Cumberland settlements, 1779-1804.
Jack Masters & Bill Puryear. Gallatin TN: Warioto Press, 2011. 255 pp.

Book descriptions online include name lists. Your favorite Tennessee genealogist, Arlene Eakle  http://arleneeakle.com

PS If you have Middle Tennessee ancestors, you need access to these books. Tennessee has suffered much local record loss. These warrants, surveys, and land grants will help you to bypass those losses. Break your losing streak!

 

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