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The Department of Records Management and Archives preserves the oldest public records of Tennessee in the state’s oldest town, Jonesborough.  Located at 103 West Main Street in a yellow-brick, former bank built in 1915, the archive houses records to aid in researching family, local, and regional history.

sb2aWashington County, Tennessee Archives

 

New to our site
  • After a whole year of waiting, the index to Deed Book A is now completed and has been uploaded to the website!  A HUGE thank you to Carolyn Andrews who spent hours and hours putting this index together.  Carolyn, we owe you! 
    News article:  News & Events
     Check it out here: Deed Book A – Index
  • We just uploaded the guides for 29 years of Judicial Court Case records–1900 – 1929!  Look for your ancestors hereJudicial Court Case Files

 

  • A NEW HISTORICAL MARKER:  A new historical marker has been erected in Washington County on Bob Jobe Road to commemorate the trial, Ford vs. Ford.  

Ford vs Ford Historical Marker - resized

 

  • BIG NEWS!!  In late May, we were gifted one of the famous Daniel Boone tree gavels and it is on display here in our office! 
    Read about it here:  News & Events

 

  • A digital copy of the Constitution of the State of Frankland (Franklin) has now been posted on our website.  Click here to view: State of Franklin Era Documents

                                    

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