All clear.

Special Weather Statement - Montgomery County In Effect ... [Details]

County Archives

Archives Department
P.O. Box 323
Clarksville, TN 37041-0323
(  Map  |  Directions  )
Phone: (931) 553-5159
Fax: (931) 553-5158
E-mail Us

Public Hours: M- F, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Voters List, 1891

Name  OR
District   Age


1891 Voter List

The 1890 census for Tennessee has not survived. However, by act of the General Assembly of Tennessee, passed 15 January 1891 and approved 22 January 1891, there was authorized the “enumeration of male inhabitants of twenty-one years of age and upward, citizens of Tennessee” on 1 January 1891. The list of males in Montgomery County who were eligible to vote on 1 January 1891 was certified by County Court Clerk C. D. Bailey on 23 March 1891.

This listing is for the 21 Civil Districts existing in 1891. This list includes the name of the individual, civil district, age (in Districts 1, 7, 10, 13, 16, & 17), and race, designated by white or colored. There is no other personal or family information given.

Following is a listing of communities in the various civil districts of Montgomery County:

  • District 1 – Hampton Station, Kirkwood
  • District 2 – Peacher’s Mill, Oakland
  • District 3 – Ringgold
  • District 4 – Jordan Springs, Rose Hill
  • District 5 – Port Royal
  • District 6 – St. Bethlehem
  • District 7 – New Providence
  • District 8 – Woodlawn
  • District 9 – Oakwood
  • District 10 – Oak Plains, Mt. Carmel
  • District 11 – Richview, Sango
  • District 12 – Clarksville
  • District 13 – Cumberland Heights
  • District 14 – Henrietta
  • District 15 – Fredonia, Hickory Point
  • District 16 – Southside, McAlister’s Crossroads
  • District 17 – Antioch
  • District 18 – Marion, Louise, Hackberry
  • District 19 – Palmyra, Corbandale
  • District 20 – Shiloh
  • District 21 - Dotsonville

Although we have tried to be as accurate as possible, there may be errors. If you can identify someone we have misnamed, please let us know. This list has been microfilmed and is available at the Montgomery County Archives. Originally filmed by the Tennessee State Library and Archives as part of Record Group 87: Election Returns, it is also available at TSLA.