Thanks to the efforts of Helen Sutt Lind, the first installment of the 2014 quarterly publication “Footprints in Williamson County” are in the mail and members should receive theirs soon. If you haven’t received yours yet, you can get a preview of what’s inside by checking the Quarterlies Footprints Index in the Records Tab of the menu or just Click Here. Continue reading
For those of you who may have had ancestors from southern Crab Orchard Township, a photo was just added with the class of students who were attending Motsinger School on January 16, 1893. This photo contained some Carters that were related to our own member Violet Grisham who has done a vast amount of research on the county. To see the photo look in the History Tab on the menu or Click Here. Continue reading
The History Page on this site containing the early histories of all of the counties cities, ghost towns, villages, post offices and points of interest has been updated. We recently added 58 new entries and indexed the page. There are now over 100 histories listed. The last entries ranged from Hurst-Bush School to Zion Church. Continue reading
Recent board action has enhanced the benefits of being a member of the Williamson County Historical Society. In addition to helping support the expense of operating the museum, your membership fees will now entitle you to a 10% discount on any materials that we offer for sale in our Book Store.
Additionally, we are working on giving society members access to unprecedented historical records. Continue reading
Fifty new histories have been added to the History page on this site. I am slowly but surely filling in historical data on the cities, ghost towns, villages and places of interest of Williamson County to make it easier to fill in historical blanks when researching past family members and historical events. Continue reading