Helen and Timothy have done an excellent job transcribing the Bible Records of those families they visited. Some of the data included are births, marriages, deaths, relationships and notes. Bible Records can be a great resource to find birth, marriage, and death information on our families. Personally, while documenting to join the DAR, I used a Bible record to prove the birth for my grandmother. The book does have an index at the end listing all the surnames and individuals included which is a great help. Here are some of the surnames included in this book, but definitely not all of them:
Acree, Adams, Agnew, Aiken, Ailes, Akin, Alden, Alexander, Allen, Allison, Ameck, Anderson, Anshutz, Anthony, Appleby, Arendale, Armstrong, Arnet, Arnold, Ashley, Awalt, Ayers, Azar, Bagley, Bailey, Baird, Ball, Banet, Banough, Barber, Barbour, Barkdull, Barnes, Barrett, Barringer, Bartlett, Basham, Baskett, Bass, Bates, Batte, Beams, Bearden, Beasley, Bechman, Bedwell, Bell, Bennet, Bennett, Berry, Bevel, Black, Blackman, Blackwell, Blake, Blakemore, Blanton, Boles, Bomar, Boone, Booth, Bostwick, Bounds, Bowen, Bowling, Boyd, Braden, Bradshaw, Brandon, Brantley, Brazelton, Brevard, Bridges, Briley, Bristol, Brittain, Brock, Borden, Brooks, Brown, Brunson, Bryan, Bryant, Bryson, Buchanan, Bullock, Bunn, Burlin, Bruba, Burns, Burrow, Burton, Butler, Buxton, Byers, B yler, Bagley, Caddell, Caldwell, Calhoun, Calloway, Calwell, Cameron, Camp, Campbell, Cannon, Cantrell, Caples, Capshaw, Carney, Carter, Caruthers, Cashion, Caswell, Cathey, Caughran, Cawyer, Chambers, Chandler, Charles, Chelders, Cherry, Chesshir, Child, Chilton, Chittam, Chitwood, Christian, Chunn, Clapp, Clardy, Clark, Claxton, Clay, Cleek, Clendenin, Cleveland, Clifft, Cline, Clower, Coats, Coble, Coffee, Coggins, Coldwell, Cole, Coleman, Collis, Comer, Conklin, Conwell, Cook, Coop, Cooper, Corbin, Cordell, Corlett, Cortner, Couch, Couser, Cowley, Cowan, Cowden, Cowser, Cox, Craig, Cravy, Crawford, Crisp, Critton, Cross, Crow, Crowell, Csuy, Cumming, Cunningham, Curlein, Daley, Dallam, Damron, Dance, Dandridge, Daniel, Darnell, Dashielle, Daughtrey, Davidson, Davis, Dawson, Dayton, Dean, Deason, Delk, Derrick, Dice, Dickens, Dickensheets, Dickerson, Dickey, Ditto, Dixon, Dogan, Downing, Dozier, Dryden, Drumright, Dugger, Duguay, Duncan, Dunn, Dutreaux, Dyer, Eads, East, Eckenberger, Elam, Ellis, Enochs, Fisher, Floyd, Fogleman, Francis, Gage, Gardner, Gentry, Giles, Gowan, Groover, Hart, Haskins, Head, Hester, Hogan, Ingle, Ingold, Irons, Ivie, Jack, Jennings, Johnson, Justice, Keele, Keller, Keyser, Lamb, Landis, Lawler, Lawrence, Lusk, Lynch, Mabee, Mallard, Marsh, Massee, Melville, Miles, Morton, Neal, Neese, Newton, Nichols, Nowlin, Orr, Osborne, Ott, Palmer, Paschal, Pennington, Perry, Pickle, Primrose, Reaves, Reese, Rich, Rozear, Ruth, Sandusky, Scarberry, Scuddar, Searcy, Shofner, Stancell, Tarver, Temple, Thompson, Tilly, Tilmon, Titus, Vance, Vannoy, Vaughan, Warren, Webb, Welsh, West, Wheelhouse, Windrow, Yancey, Yates, Yell, Young
If you have had family living in or around the Bedford County, Tennessee area, this book can be a great resource to you. Some of the other books that Helen and Timothy Marsh have written are:
Disclaimer: I was asked to review this book for the Tennessee Genealogical Society. If I have a family to research in the Bedford County or surrounding areas, I will definitely refer to this book to see if their ancestor had a Bible with family data that was transcribed.