Williamson County Tennessee
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The act establishing Williamson County passed the General Assembly October 26, 1799. The territory was cut off from Davidson County, and embraced the following boundaries: "Beginning at a point forty poles due north of the dwelling house of David McClory on the waters of Little Harpeth, running thence east two miles and one hundred and four poles; thence south seventy degrees, east sixteen miles and two hundred and seventy poles; thence due south to the Indian boundary line; thence with said line westerly to the Robertson County line; thence north with said line to a point due west of the mouth of Little Harpeth; thence in a direct line to the mouth of the Little Harpeth; thence along said river to the place of beginning, to be known as Williamson County."

The county was named in honor of Gen. Williamson, of North Carolina. John Johnson, Sr., Daniel Perkins, James Buford, William Edmonson and Capt. James Scurlock were appointed commissioners to select a site for the county seat and to erect a court house, jail and stocks. Henry Rutherford and John Davis were appointed to run the boundary line where not sufficiently designated by nature.

What's New in Williamson County
North Carolina Revolutionary Soldiers living in Tennessee, 1832 (25 Names)
Franklin County Seat of Williamson County<New>
Towns, Villages and Settlements of the County<New>
Business and Business Men of Franklin<New>
Early Settlers, 1700-1850
(78 Names)
Court of Pleas 1799 ~ 1809<New>
First Jury, Regular Jury Panel, First Grand Jury
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