Links to interesting
local genealogy and history sites on the web....
The Gordon Browning Museum
Browning Museum is a publicly supported museum
and repository for documents, images and artifacts that represent
the history and culture of Carroll County, Tennessee. The museum is
named in honor of the two time Governor of the State of Tennessee
Gordon Browning and contains numerous papers, photographs
and personal effects of the former governor. In cooperation with
city, county and state organizations, the Carroll County Historical Society
operates and maintains the museum and repository.
The Genealogical Library contains a unique collection of books
and microfilm material that focus upon the history of Tennessee, with
a specialty in the northwestern region of the state and Carroll County.
The library also has a significant collection of genealogical resources such
as family histories, census materials and regional indexes to cemeteries,
obituaries, and city and county court records. Volunteers from the
Carroll County Historical Society provide research assistance
and welcome questions from non-members.
The 7th Tennessee Cavalry USA
Great site to learn about the 7th Tennessee Cavalry
which was populated with men
from the Carroll, Henderson, and
Decatur Counties during the American
Carroll County, Tennessee
History, Topography, Maps, Cemetery listings,
Military history, Census records, Churches, and more are found
at this extensive site - lots of information!
Henderson County, Tennessee
A web site
to the pursuit of genealogy.
Well worth the visit - lots of information on Henderson County history &
Henderson County –Land of History and Promise
Henderson County Historical Society
Great site!!! Originally created by David Donahue and Brenda Kirk Fiddler. It
currently is managed by Jerry L. Butler. Lots of great topics here to
include Henderson County History, family information, schools, links,
memorials, and much more.
interesting places and businesses to experience on your visit
to South Carroll and North Henderson Counties, Tennessee.
Parkers Crossroads Battlefield
Parkers Crossroads Visitor Center
Conveniently located halfway between Memphis and Nashville, seven miles north
Experience the many wonders of wild animals from Africa, Asia, and Australia.
Carroll County 1,000 Acre Recreational Lake
West Tennessee's newest attraction designed for
fishing and water-sports!! 600 acres are dedicated
to water-sports with 400 acres dedicated
Tom Miller Motor Sports, Clarksburg, Tennessee
Located in Clarksburg, Tennessee. Tom Miller of
Tom Miller Sports is recognized as one of
the premier engine and suspension builders in
the sport today.
J & J Country Store
J & J Country Store a locally owned convenience store
located in Clarksburg that serves breakfast,
lunch, and supper 7 days a week.
Clarksburg Super Market
Clarksburg Super Market, located in Clarksburg, specializes
in meat products as well as traditional groceries and produce. This
business is especially known for its homemade
pork country sausage.
Atzimba’s Mexican Restaurant, Parkers Crossroads,
Located in Parkers Crossroads, Tennessee.
Hours of operation:
Sunday - Thursday: 11:00 AM to 9:30 PM
Friday & Saturday: 11:00 AM to 10 PM