There are no boundaries or restrictions for searching on Tennessee Inmate Records. One can agree on the laid down terms & conditions and mode of payment to obtain an Tennessee Inmate Record.
Every effort was made to keep the spelling in the original text, and to find all possible records for the time period covered. However, many county records were destroyed by fire, floods, neglect, and carelessness.
The huge database of Tennessee Inmates contains over million names. Names are appropriately indexed. It is continuously updating, as a result you can search for one name, or two names with the purpose of the linking.
Tennessee Inmate Records are open to every single one and are not at all confidential.
Our modest attempt was not to change the spelling of the original text, and to find all possible records for the time period covered. However, many county records were damaged by fire, floods, neglect, recklessness and other natural calamities. That is not in anybody's hand & beyond anybody's control.
Tennessee Inmate Records by following County :
Anderson - Bedford - Benton - Bledsoe - Blount - Bradley - Campbell - Cannon - Carroll - Carter - Cheatham - Chester - Claiborne - Clay - Cocke - Coffee - Crockett - Cumberland - Davidson - Decatur - DeKalb - Dickson - Dyer - Fayette - Fentress - Franklin - Gibson - Giles - Grainger - Greene - Grundy - Hamblen - Hamilton - Hancock - Hardeman - Hardin - Hawkins - Haywood - Henderson - Henry - Hickman - Houston - Humphreys - Jackson - Jefferson - Johnson - Knox - Lake - Lauderdale - Lawrence - Lewis - Lincoln - Loudon - Macon - Madison - Marion - Marshall - Maury - McMinn - McNairy - Meigs - Monroe - Montgomery - Moore - Morgan - Obion - Overton - Perry - Pickett - Polk - Putnam - Rhea - Roane - Robertson - Rutherford - Scott - Sequatchie - Sevier - Shelby - Smith - Stewart - Sullivan - Sumner - Tipton - Trousdale - Unicoi - Union - Van Buren - Warren - Washington - Wayne - Weakley - White - Williamson - Wilson
The purpose of this collection is to provide a time and place for as many Inmates as possible. It is up to the researcher to examine the original records usually available on microfilm) and gather whatever additional genealogical information is desired.