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Dyer County

Dyer County, Tennessee

United States

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www.randyoguin.com

Dyer County

Study of families in Dyer County, Tennessee during the years 1830-1900.

Dyer County was founded in 1823. The area was part of the “Indian Lands” territory in Tennessee that was previously legally occupied by Chickasaw Native American people. The county was named after army officer and cavalry colonel (later Senator) Robert Henry Dyer[ (c1774-1826).

The county seat is Dyersburg.




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