We are glad you found us. If you seek to learn about the history and mountain life of the folks who lived in, or next to, what is now the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in Eastern Tennessee you have come to the right place.
Here you will live the hardships and struggles of survival in the days of Davy Crockett and Sam Houston well into the middle of the 20th century and later. Stories these families have passed down from generation to generation; true stories that come alive.
Perhaps no other place in the United States has a genealogy that will go back to the Revolutionary War days with so many descendants who still live in this area.
Here Civil War battles were fought. Families were torn by their sons going North or South to fight each other.
Maybe these mountain folks are kin to you. You would be surprised. You will find marriage records going back over 150 years. Who is buried, in what cemeteries and where do you find them? See whether your genealogy connects you with new found cousins.
Happy exploring and please feel welcome to join with us as a member/subscriber to our quarterly Journal.
Charlotte Leibrock, President
PS: To read a brief history of the Society click on my "Welcome-------------" above.