©This website and contents, copyright, 2004, by John Lynch
to other Websites
Here are some websites that I've found interesting and
useful while doing research. For lack of a better scheme, they're in alphabetical
order. If you have some others that you've found useful please contact
|Cemetaries||CEMETARY SURVEYS, INC. - Rose M. Birdwell, Nikki Leigh Neblett , & Nema Hunter Mobley have surveyed and photographed cemetaries in several states including Tennessee. Several Crow Creek cemetaries are included.|
17th TENNESSEE INFANTRY, more information on the 17th
Confederate Honor Role - John D. Lynch was one of the Confederate soldiers whose name was put on the role of honor.
Episcopal Church Visual Arts website: Epiphany Mission - Thanks to Dan Hardison for this information.
Franklin County Genealogy - Hats off to Judy Henley Phillips who maintains this website of invaluable information.
State Library and Archives: Index to Goodspeeds History -
Cowan Railroad Museum - Cowan, a suburb of Sherwood, is at the other end of the Tunnel. This web page has some nice photos and information about the history of the railroad and tunnel.
NC&StL Preservation Society -The NC&StL Preservation Society ("NCPS") is dedicated to helping preserve all types of NC&StL collectibles as well as spearheading restoration projects of existing NC&StL engines and rolling stock.
Cowan Tunnel - information from MTSU Center for Historic Preservation
Birdwell Family - Rose Birdwell has compiled an extensive genealogical databse of nearly 5000 names, many from Sherwood.
Goodspeeds History of Franklin County - contains some information about Sherwood, some inaccurate. Wrongly states that C.D. Sherwood was from Wisconsin.
Oakwood (Sherwood) Cemetery, Fillmore County Minnesota, Where C.D. Sherwood is buried