Stewart County Research Helps

Below are various sources of additional information about Stewart County beyond those offered by Local, State, and Federal Agencies and Organizations. Please feel free to contact me with any information you can add to this list.

Publishers of Books about Stewart Co. Publishers of Microfilm Materials Information from Director of Family History Center
Middle Tennessee Journal of History and Genealogy "Books We Own" Volunteers Holdings of Browning Museum
Publishers of Books about Counties adjoining Stewart    

Publishers of Books about Stewart County

Mountain Press
Byron Sistler and Associates
Simmons Historical Publications

(P.O. Box 66, Melber, KY 42069)
Genealogy Shoppe

Publishers of Books about Counties adjoining Stewart

The Sheltons of Roaring Spring - An account of the Shelton family from Middlesex County, Virginia to Trigg County, Kentucky

Published 1998 by Gregath Publishing Company, Wyandotte, OK; perfect bound, soft cover. It is over 250 pages, has several photographs and is fully indexed. Its cost is $25.00 plus $1.75 for shipping. Kentucky residents should include $1.50 for sales tax.

The Buckner Shelton family settled along Casey's Creek in what is now Trigg County in the early 1800s. Although, mostly centered in Trigg, there were some marriages in Stewart County and some Sheltons and descendants who moved there later.

Contact: Ron Shelton

Listing of Articles found in Middle Tennessee Journal of Genealogy and History Vol I-IX concerning Stewart County:

Available Microfilm Records from Heritage Quest for rental or purchase on Stewart County:

Books We Own, a link listing look-up volunteers for Tennessee, including Stewart Co.:

Holdings of the Browning Museum, including works on Stewart County:

A Message to You from Carol Ebinger, Director of Family History Center in Clarksville:

Although there is no Family History Center in Stewart County, there is one in Clarksville, Montgomery County.  All microfilm and microfiche available at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah, can be accessed through the Clarksville Family History Center. Clarksville Family History Center

Director:  Carol Ebinger

Street Address:  3242 Hwy 41-A South, Clarksville, TN 37043; Phone:  931/358-9635; Phone FHC Director:  931/647-0559; E-Mail FHC Director:; FAX FHC Director;  932/647-0559; Contact:  Carol Ebinger; Hours (Central time): Tuesday 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.; 6:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.; Wednesday and Thursday 9:00 a.m. to Noon; 6:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Saturday By appointment only.  Contact Director.

Also, I can provide you with a list of our microfilm holdings, including family films.  Please check out Henry County (TN) web page re Family History Center and "click" Family History Center Microfilm Holdings. I look forward to hearing from you.  Carol Ebinger, Director; Clarksville Family History Center

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