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Haywood County, Tennessee
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Haywood County, Tennessee, in the heart of the Tennessee Delta in the western grand division was created in 1823 from Indian lands, is named in honor of John Haywood (1762-1826), North Carolina Superior Court and Tennessee Supreme Court judge, author of Civil & Political History of Tennessee, “father of Tennessee history.” The county seat is Brownsville.

I am Jim Ackerman your County Coordinator.
I do not live in Haywood County and I do not do research.
Please send all research requests to one of the people listed on the
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Debbie Sterbinsky is the Assistant County Coordinator.

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