If you are willing to lookup
information in the courthouse, on microfilm, or in the
cemeteries for your fellow genealogists, please drop me a line.
Tana Morgan has copies of the
index for deed books A & B (not the deeds themselves) and is
willing to do lookups. This provides the name and the page
number. Book A covers March 1822 - Oct 1826 and Book B covers
Nov 1826 - Oct 1828. Be sure to put Henry County Deed Index
Lookup in the Subject: line. Write to her at
She also has a list of land
owners ca. 1800, 12th Surveyors Dist. besides Henry Co. it also
includes area that would become Carroll, Weakley and Benton Co..
The article states "In some cases, the land tabulated in
the subject list overlapped into these other counties, but the
over-laped acreage would be small." These deeds were under
control of NC and Cumberland College. These land owners were not
allowed into the area until 1818. Of course some never moved to
the area. The list provides given and surname, # of deeds and
Tana will also do lookups on the
1840 census head of household index......name only. Put Henry
County 1840 Census Lookup in your Subject: line.
Tana also has records for these
cemeteries in Calloway Co., KY: New Concord Cemetery and New
Providence Cemetery. Put Calloway County Cemetery Lookup in the
The list of Confederate soldiers,
sailors or civilians who died as POWs at Camp Douglas in
Chicago, IL. This list of course contains more than those who
served from Henry Co. it is a state wide list. It provides name,
rank, co., reg. and date of death. If not otherwise stated these
men were buried at Confederate Mound. Put Camp Douglas Lookup in
Subject: line, to Tana Morgan
I have been doing genealogy
research on my family for about 7 years now. I have been doing
volunteer look-ups and cemetery pictures here in Henry County
for another website. I would be glad to be added to the list of
volunteers for Henry County.
Moore is willing to do census lookups.