Millions of Tennessee historical records will be readily available, throughout the country, as a result of the State Library and Archives' new partnership agreement with Ancestry.com. The State Library and Archives is sharing Tennessee death records from 1908 through 1959. This database includes 1.2 million digital images and indexes 3.4 million names that appear in those records.
The records are available free to Tennesseans by visiting the Tennessee Electronic Library main web page at http://tntel.tnsos.org/, then clicking on the "genealogy" tab and then the "Tennessee Death Records" tab.
You can read more in an article by Sarah Wilson, on the WRCB-TV web site at http://goo.gl/W0Yvb
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