Welcome to Davidson County, home of Nashville (Music City USA), the State Capitol.
Davidson County was created in 1783 by an Act of the North Carolina
legislature; named in honor of William Lee Davidson (ca. 1746-1781), colonial
soldier, Revolutionary War officer in the North Carolina Third, Fourth and Fifth
Regiments who was killed in action at the Battle of Cowans Ford on the
Catawba River in North Carolina.
Davidson County is located in Middle Tennessee, one of the state's three
"grand divisions." Davidson County was formed in 1783 from Washington
We're on Facebook !!!
At the request of members of the TNGenWeb Project, I have created a Davidson County Facebook group.
It will provide a place for Davidson County researchers to interact, to ask questions and to share their knowledge and information.
Please Join Us !!
You Can Now Upload Information for this site!
Submit files, pictures, spreadsheets for inclusion on the TNGenWeb site.
A huge thank you to Ed and Val Cox who worked tirelessly to get the census
If you have not used the FamilySearch Research Wiki, it is a great place to find information and resources.
Honoring all who have given their life in defense of our freedom.
Honoring all who have served in our military in defense of our freedom.
These projects are not just Davidson County, we welcome ALL submissions to honor those who have served.
If you would like to add a name to either one of our projects, use the links there, or contact me for help.
Are you a Tennessee resident ?
If so, are you taking advantage of TEL (Tenessee Electronic Library)?
If you are a Tennessee resident and are not taking advantage of TEL, you are
missing a great research tool. If you are already utilizating TEL, do you know
that you can now access Heritage Quest, a paid service, free of charge through
TEL, making TEL an even more valuable resource?
The Tennessee Electronic Library (TEL) is a collection of 40+ databases that
provide access to over 400,000 magazine, journal, and newspaper articles,
essays, podcasts, videos, e-books, primary source materials, and more! TEL is
available free of charge to any Tennessee resident and is accessible 24/7
from any computer with access to the internet.
This site is for you, the Davidson County researcher. So please feel free to
offer suggestions or make requests about what you would like to see
here. The more input I receive, the more we can grow.
World War II postcard
(courtesy of Mary Hatton, a fellow USGenWeb member)
TNDAVIDS -L Mailing List
A mailing list for anyone with a genealogical interest in Davidson County, Tennessee.
Mailing address for postings is email@example.com
USGenWeb's Tennessee Archives Table of Contents
Please send your comments or questions via e-mail to me.
Also, be sure to let me know if you find any broken links.