A cross-section of misdemeanors and felonies committed in the county running the gamut from disturbing a public worship to murder. In every case there are stories worth telling: some funny, sad, even heinous. Softbound.
- Vol. 1, 1876-1883, seventeen true stories. 348 pgs, indexed. $40, 2010.
- Vol. 2, 1871-1885, nineteen true stories, 377 pgs, indexed, $43, 2011
The sons of Governor Porter, much to the grief of their family as well as Henry County, between them, killed two men and seriously wounded three others. Ultimately they would both die violent deaths. Comprehensive documentation; Full-name Index, 304 pgs, $37 2012.
1969-1979; 1980-1989; 1990-1999; 2000-2009; 2010-2018; $15 each.
How a killing in Henry County helped establish the “Law of Self-Defense” nation-wide. 72 pgs, $25, 2016
A look at Capital Punish-ment in Nineteenth-Century Henry County, Ten-nessee. 190 pgs, $35. 2016
This popular volume contains profiles of our soldiers who served from the Civil War throughout our modern day conflicts. Each profile contains a picture of the soldier when available and history., Hardbound, 930 pgs, $75, 2019, Limited Availability.
An alpha list of divorces with a reverse-index for female surnames. 23,000+ entries, 177 pgs, $28.
Alpha-Index to all marriages. Includes a reverse index for female surnames. 1816-1852, 78 pgs; 1853-1867, 96 pgs. $20 ea, 2016.
The Henry County Genealogy Library has various local birth and death records that vary according to the time period being researched.
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The Genealogy Library has received the microfilm rolls, Marriages in Alcorn County, Mississippi, 1939-1950. This film includes all available indices from the same time frame.
Corinth, Alcorn County, Mississippi is just across the Tennessee state line and during this time frame, which includes the war years, there was no waiting period to get married there as there was in Tennessee and elsewhere. Also females could legally marry at the age of fourteen. Many, not only West Tennesseans, took advantage of this “stepping over the line” to get married there. Continue reading “Alcorn County, Mississippi, Marriage Records 1939-1950”