White County, Tennessee Census
Officially declared a county on 11 September 1806, White County, Tennessee was created from surrounding Smith and Jackson Counties. The Womack's on this webpage were taken from microfilm copies of original federal documents, it is a collection of census records from the county in 1920. Entries in the collection include the resident's name, age, sex, race, marital status, and place of birth. Also provided for each individual is the district and house number in which they lived.
The county was named for John White (1751-1846), a Revolutionary War soldier, fifer, surveyor, and frontiersman. The county seat is Sparta.
1920 White County, Tennessee Census. Taken from microfilm copies of United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Fourteenth United States Census of Tennessee. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1920, located at Middle Tennessee State University Library.
|Dist/City||HN||Name||Relation||Sex||Race||Age||Marital Status||Birth Place|
|3-Doyle||91||Womack, James M.||Son||M||W||6/12||S||Tennessee|