1280 Old Knoxville Rd.
Tazewell, Tennessee 37879
207 North 20th Street
Middlesboro, KY 40965
P.O. Box 1315
Maynardville, Tennessee 37807
Information you need to bring for each person:
Full name. Birth date and place. Married date and place. If dead, Death date and place of burial.
Dore Fisher and Sue Potter will help you start your Family Tree online.
Please limit your time with them if there are people waiting to get their Family Tree done. They will be next to the Genealogy Jamboree and CGTGHG Tent
The Boone Society, Inc. is an association of descendants, genealogists, and historians who enjoy studying the lives and times of this remarkable family. It was formed as a reference service for researchers, a conduit for genealogists, clearing-house for bibliographical works, and to host the biennial Boone Family Reunion.
Randell Jones is an award-winning author and storyteller. He is the author of In the Footsteps of Daniel Boone and Before They Were Heroes at Kings Mountain as well as other books of the pioneer era and the American Revolution. Most of his books feature historical aspects of North Carolina, including From Time to Time in North Carolina and Scoundrels, Rogues, and Heroes of the Old North State. He has produced three videos including “The American Spirit, 1780.”
"Saturday 20th only"
The Sons of the Revolution is a hereditary patriotic society instituted to perpetuate the memory of the men who, in the military, naval and civil service... Read more.
Jim Young (General Robert E. Lee)
Speaker and Living History
We are a group of friends who have come together to educate people about the history of Tennessee and America through historical interpretation. More at.
The OVTA wants to tell you the story of the Overmountain Men and the Battle of Kings Mountain! More at.
Colonial Living History with the group Tennesseans for Living History. I portray the 1790s time frame and portray my 5th Great Grandfather Micajah Frost. He and his family were the first recorded white settlers in present day Anderson County Tennessee, they arrived in 1795. I have a small table and a traveling writing desk with dip pens, ink, and Parchment paper and practice letter writing to my family and I tell people the story of my colonial ancestors, I am very knowledgeable about my Frost family during the 1700.
"Saturday 20th only"
Chair caning and basket weaving by Lester Wilson.
Clinch Valley Beekeeper Association.
Blacksmith by Homegrown Forge.
Leather by Gary Prater.
Brett Compton East Ave. Rare Books local History and Genealogy.
Native plants and traditional woodcarving by Steve Roark.
Martin Station Chapter SAR Donald Campbell.
U.S. Census Bureau.
National Society Descendants of Early Farmers NSDOAF.
RK Smoking pig BBG
Food Shops in Cumberland Gap, Tennessee.
Gap Creek Coffee House
The Pineapple Tea Room
The Mine & Rail Restaurant
Flour Baby's Bakery
Angelo's in the Gap.
The Pinnacle Pub
This event needs vendor of genealogy, Surname, heritage, history, crafters, authors of family and history and re-enactors from Colonial to WWII. Please go to the bottom of this page and down load the vendor sigh up sheet.