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About the Knox County INGenWeb Site

Knox County has been a part of The USGenWeb and The INGenWeb Projects since their inception in 1996 and has had 2 previous County Coordinators. John Stangle was the first coordinator for Knox and debuted our site in 1996. He maintained the site until 2012, when the county was made available for adoption. In 2017, Michael Aaron Pierce became the coordinator and began a redesign, dedicating the site to his son, Michael Wayne Pierce (1963-2007).

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