The Henry County Archive & Genealogy Library is located in Paris, Tennessee. It is comprised of the Henry County Archive (Old Henry County Public Records) and the W. O. Inman Genealogy Room of the Rhea/Henry County Public Library. Our work is done by many volunteers who graciously give their time and assistance. They are devoted to Henry County's genealogical and historical research; and record preservation.
Henry County Archive
The Henry County Archive is the repository for Henry County's "Old Records." These records are no longer necessary for the day-to-day operation in the public offices of the courthouse where they were created. Many date to the beginning of the county in 1821 and are of great historical value. They are placed at the Archive for preservation and protection and made available to the public per state statute.
W. O. Inman Genealogy Room
The W. O. Inman Room is located in the W. G. Rhea Library and staffed and operated by County Archivist, Stephanie Tayloe along with volunteers, including many from the Henry County Genealogical Society.
Henry County Genealogical Society
The Henry County Genealogical Society is dedicated to the preservation and accessibility of the public to the historical records of Henry County, Tennessee and assisting genealogists in locating those records.
Not Finding What Your Looking For?
We are happy to do a FREE look-up for most items in our collection. Due to the many requests, we are not able to assist with in-depth research, though have names of qualified local researchers who are willing to do in-depth research for a nominal fee. We will be happy to email you their contact information upon request.
To get started fill in all boxes in the form below and click submit. The Archive and you will both receive a copy of your query via email. Please allow us a week or so to follow-up on your request.
IF YOU REQUEST COPIES, You will be advised of the exact cost before being asked to send any money.