© 2017-2019 T. Elmer Cox Genealogical & Historical Library. All Rights Reserved.

ABOUT

The T. Elmer Cox Historical & Genealogical Library, a branch of Greeneville/Greene County Public Library, opened November 14, 2000. The Cox Library houses materials collected by T. Elmer Cox over his lifetime, as well as materials previously located in the Tennessee Room of the Main Library. The Cox Library also acts as a repository for records from the Greene County Courthouse.

Items on hand at the library:

Marriage Records (1780-1987)

Wills (1780-1986)

Estate Settlements (1802-1950)

Estate Inventories (1802-1817, - 1828-1952)

Land Deeds (1785-1985)

Trust Deeds (1841-1947)

Tax Lists (various dates, 1783-1913)

Guardian Records (1872-1960)

County Court Minutes (1783-1954)

Chancery Court Minutes (1825-1973)

Circuit Court (civil) Minutes (1809-1950)

Circuit Court (criminal) Minutes (1815-early 1900’s)

Loose County Court Records (1851-early 1900’s)

Loose Circuit Court Records (1809-1900)

Loose Chancery Court Records (1825-c.-1950)

Other items include:

 

Maps, Local Newspapers (Various dates from 1805 – Present) Death Certificates, Birth Records, City Directories, Phone Directories, School Yearbooks, Photograph Scrapbooks, Ephemerals, Census Records, Cemetery Records, Land Grants, Family Files & Local History Files.

Mr. Cox was a noted historian and businessman in Greeneville. His generous bequests made the T. Elmer Cox Library possible. Through his gifts, the Greeneville/Greene County Public Library was able to purchase and renovate the historic building that now houses his collection.

An engineer and architect by profession, Cox’s interests included not only historical buildings, but daily lives of the early pioneers of Greeneville and Greene County, as well as the times in which they lived.

HOURS & CLOSINGS

HOURS

Sunday:

Monday:

Tuesday:

Wednesday:

Thursday:

Friday:

Saturday:

Closed

Closed

Closed

10:00 - 4:00

10:00 - 4:00

10:00 - 2:00

10:00 - 2:00

HOLIDAY CLOSINGS 2019

January 1 -

January 21 -

April 19 & 20 -

May 27 -

July 4 -

 August  31 - September 3-

November 26-30 -

December 23 - January 7 -

New Year's Day

Martin Luther King Day

Good Friday & Easter

Memorial Day

Independence Day

Labor Day

Thanksgiving

Christmas & New Year's

GETTING HERE

SCHEDULE YOUR VISIT

Allow us to prepare for your arrival in advance. Submit your query by using the following form and we will attempt to gather the necessary materials before you arrive. We hope this will make your research experience more pleasant and timely.

 

Please allow 24 hours for preparation.