Fentress County, Tennessee was formed in 1823 from Morgan and Overton counties and was itself, in part, the parent of Scott and Pickett counties. Mr. Hogue’s History of Fentress County consists, essentially, of two parts. The first is a memorial to Fentress County citizens who served in the Great War (e.g. the legendary Sergeant Alvin York); the second is a collection of some 350 personal and family sketches, highlighted by references to marriage, occupation, and place of residence.
Hogue, Albert R.
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