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**Smoky Mountain Historical Society Membership ** $15.00
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Membership dues for the Smoky Mountain Historical Society are only $15.00 per year. The membership year is from January to December. Dues paid before December are credited to the current year, with new members receiving all prior issues of the Journal published for that year.

 
Official Atchley Funeral Home Records - Sevierville, Tennessee, 1931--1973 $22.50 + $5.00 s/h

Over 330 pages of documentation of the official death records kept by the Atchley Funeral Home in Sevierville Tennessee, spanning forty-four (44) years, from 1930 to 1973. In addition to the death dates of the deceased, and cemeteries where interred, many of the entries include birth dates and places of residence. Frequently included is information that shows history of residence; occupations; military service, dates and rank; survivors including spouse, children, siblings, grandparents, in-laws; church and social affiliations. This publication contains literally tens of thousands of names. Here's your opportunity to confirm who was related to whom. While the Atchley Funeral Home is located in Sevierville Tennessee many of the deceased resided in surrounding counties or other states. This is an essential genealogical tool for doing research in the Smoky Mountain area of East Tennessee.

 
Official Atchley Funeral Home Records - Sevierville, Tennessee, 1974--1999 $22.50 + $5.00 s/h

An extension of the above book covering more than 450 pages of documentation of the official death records kept by the Atchley Funeral Home in Sevierville Tennessee, spanning twenty-six years, from 1974 to 1999. See above for a more complete description. When ordering be sure to indicate which book you wish, the First (1930-1973) or Second (1974-1999).

 
Official Marriage Records of Sevier County, Volume II, 1914--1944 $15.00 + $5.00 s/h
391 page compilation. Gives date of births and home towns. Serious researchers steeped in genealogy will find a gold mine of information in this five volume series. All volumes have Brides and Grooms listed alphabetically. Includes date of license and marriage plus name and title of person officiating, "LIMITED SUPPLY".
 
Official Marriage Records of Sevier County, Volume III, 1945--1971 $15.00 + $5.00 s/h

418 page compilation. Gives date of births and home towns. Serious researchers steeped in genealogy will find a gold mine of information in this five volume series. All volumes have Brides and Grooms listed alphabetically. Includes date of license and marriage plus name and title of person officiating, "LIMITED SUPPLY".

 
Official Rawlings Funeral Home Records, Sevierville, Tennessee, 1911--1995 $17.50 + $5.00 s/h

Over 230 pages of documentation of the official death records kept by the Rawlings Funeral Home in Sevierville Tennessee, spanning eighty-five (85) years, from 1911 to 1995. `Records kept give the basics, date of death, surviving spouse and when known, date of birth. As was customary over the years these records were not designed for genealogical content but for meeting the basic requirements of law. Yet they hold the possible key to unlocking the door to missing links in family research. As true with the Atchley records, the Rawlings Funeral Home records present a wealth of information never before made public with thousands of names. Names of deceased are listed in alphabetical order.

 
Sevier County and its Heritage (referred to as Vol #1) $35.00 + $9.95 s/h

A collection of Sevier County' s past and present compiled and written by the people whose families grew up in Sevier County. The objective is to publish an accurate and factual account of family histories. Fourth printing. More than 425 three column pages plus index of names and places in this 9 x 12 book .

 
Sevier County and its Heritage Vol II - OUT OF PRINT

A second collection of Sevier County' s past and present compiled and written by the people whose families grew up in Sevier County. The objective is to publish an accurate and factual account of family histories. Fourth printing. More than 200 three column pages plus index of names and places in this 9 x 12 book. With over 80 pages of pictures of people and places in Sevier County.

 
Supplement to In The Shadow of The Smokies $3.00 + $2.50 s/h

Contains additional names in Sevier County, Tennessee, as discovered after publication of the primary cemetery book noted above. It is similar to the Journal format, contains 80 pages, with over 2,000 names. It is a necessary addition to the red covered, "In The Shadow Of The Smokies", and the original (Blue Covered) book.

 
Tennessee Stories $11.00 + $5.00 s/h

Is a wonderful, true life depiction of ordinary, down to earth, Tennessee personalities such as the Tennessee moonshiners whose deeds are not likely to make the cover of TIME magazine. The author, Jim "Spider" Dumas was widely acclaimed as one of Tennessee's most down to earth writers as a reporter for rural Tennessee newspapers. Hardbound with dust cover, 168 pages.

 
The Book of Ragan/Reagan $30.00 + $5.00 s/h

Donald B. Reagan follows the history of Timothy Ragan, Revolutionary War soldier from 1678 Maryland and his family through late 1800s. Includes Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, Texas, Missouri, Illinois and Indiana descendants. Many charts and biographies **LIMITED SUPPLY**

 
The Gentle Winds of Change The History of Sevier County, Tennessee, 1900--1930. $10.00 + $5.00 s/h

"It's not a dry history fit only for a dusty back shelf of a library, but a readable book that belongs in living rooms all over the country. " --- The Mountain Press.

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The History and Architecture of Sevier County Tennessee $20.00 + $9.95 s/h

This book abounds with the history of people, places and times as identified through the residential, commercial and community structures (homes, schools, churches, etc.) of Sevier County, Tennessee. Who designed and built them? Who lived or worked in them? What were the unique architectural designs? Which structures are listed or eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places? This 408 page indexed publication presents a unique account of Sevier County history made visible to the reader through its architecture. This is an opportunity to read about, see and re-live the places and events passed down from one generation to the next.