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When DALE HOLLOW LAKE was formed by the US Army Corps of Engineers, Lilydale (the town) ceased to exist. Families who had been there since the beginnings of this country were relocated to other areas. Family cemeteries were dug up and moved to other locations. If you are researching your family from this area of Tennessee and Kentucky, check Overton, Pickett, Clay and Fentress Counties in Tennessee and Cumberland, Clinton, Monroe and Wayne Counties in Kentucky for your relatives. You may find that they had been moved. Another important note: This area's boundaries changed so often between counties and even states that it is a good idea to check your surrounding counties for information as well. For instance, on part of Cumberland County, KY was first Green County, then Cumberland, then Overton County, TN then Cumberland again, then Monroe County, Ky then Clay County, TN. Good Luck!

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