Jesse D Hennessee & Children.
Photo taken in McMinnville, Tennessee, circa 1928
I hope you will find something new for your records. Much of this information relates to the families who settled DeKalb, Van Buren, Warren & White counties, Tennessee as early as 1800. Some blood-lines are traced to the nobility and royalty of Great Britain and in some cases to William the Conqueror...
You will probably like to see a list of your ancestors. Here's how you do it...
1. Find your page in "Search"
2. Select tab "Ancestors", change from "8" to read, "30 Generations" or
3. Select tab "Descendants", change from "8" to read "30 Generations"
Now you will see a list of your ancestors and their children with notes and commentary.
Call me if you like...
David Alden Hennessee
800.327.3380 Office (EST mornings only)
Feature Story 1
Publisher of the website. I have collected, compiled, cited or sourced the information listed below over the last 25 years...
Feature Story 2
There is a lot of information on this website for your discovery.
A sampling of the statistics are:
Total Living: 6,069
Unique Surnames: 4,732
Source Citations: 125,090
Feature Story 3
An explanation for the use of parentheses():
- its use implies an educated guess, not a certainty, i.e., "(Warren County) Tennessee" is to be read as "Warren County" is the likely county and "Tennessee", without parens is the source-citated state, etc. & et.al...
Feature Story 4
The "Old Hennessee Cemetery" is located in Warren County, Tennessee
If you have any questions or comments about the information on this site, please contact us. We look forward to hearing from you.