Warren County Tennessee

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1816    A son is born, seventh child of Aaron Rook and Frances Clifton, in Warren County Tennessee
1816/1820 circa Marriage of Elender Rook, third child of Aaron Rook and Frances Clifton, and John Doe Clark, in Warren County, Tennessee
1818   William Rook is born, eighth child of Aaron Rook and Frances Clifton, in Warren County Tennessee
1820   Jonathan Rook  is born, ninth child of Aaron Rook and Frances Clifton, in Warren County, Tennessee
    Aaron Rook recorded in federal census of Warren County, p. 11

Previous Stops Along the Way

The Rook Family


Warren County Genealogy

Warren County Geography

Warren County History

  • 1800, Elisha Pepper II is first white settler in Warren County 
  • Formed in 1807 from White, Jackson, and Smith counties and Indian lands
  • The county seat is McMinnville
  • Named for Major General Joseph Warren, killed at Bunker Hill, 1775
  • The Political Graveyard, Warren County, Tennessee

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