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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Sumner County, Tennessee

 
Clickable Map of Sumner County, Tennessee and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Sumner County, TN (114) Davidson County, TN (1082) Macon County, TN (48) Robertson County, TN (39) Trousdale County, TN (10) Wilson County, TN (71) Allen County, KY (17) Simpson County, KY (31)  SumnerCounty(114) Sumner County (114)  DavidsonCounty(1082) Davidson County (1082)  MaconCounty(48) Macon County (48)  RobertsonCounty(39) Robertson County (39)  TrousdaleCounty(10) Trousdale County (10)  WilsonCounty(71) Wilson County (71)  AllenCountyKentucky(17) Allen County (17)  SimpsonCounty(31) Simpson County (31)
Gallatin is the county seat for Sumner County
Adjacent to Sumner County, Tennessee
      Davidson County (1082)  
      Macon County (48)  
      Robertson County (39)  
      Trousdale County (10)  
      Wilson County (71)  
      Allen County, Kentucky (17)  
      Simpson County, Kentucky (31)  
 
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1Tennessee, Sumner County, Bethpage — 3A 231 — Durham's Chapel Rosenwald School — 1923-1962
2Tennessee, Sumner County, Bethpage — 3B 81 — Jonathan Browning — American Gunmaker and Pioneer — 1805-1879 —
3Tennessee, Sumner County, Bethpage — 3B 20 — Sumner County / Trousdale County
4Tennessee, Sumner County, Castalian Springs — A Frontiersman Settles in the Wilderness — Bledsoe's Fort Historical Park — Site of Bledsoe's Fort, 1783-1806 —
5Tennessee, Sumner County, Castalian Springs — A Pioneer Cemetery
6Tennessee, Sumner County, Castalian Springs — A Typical Settler's Cabin — Bledsoe's Fort Historic Park — Nathaniel Parker Cabin, ca. 1785 —
7Tennessee, Sumner County, Castalian Springs — Bledsoe Monument
8Tennessee, Sumner County, Castalian Springs — 3B 38 — Bledsoe's Fort and Monument
9Tennessee, Sumner County, Castalian Springs — Bledsoe's Fort Historical Park — Site of Bledsoe's Fort, 1783-1806
10Tennessee, Sumner County, Castalian Springs — Bledsoe's Fort, 1783-1806
11Tennessee, Sumner County, Castalian Springs — Bledsoe's Lick — Ice Age to World War II
12Tennessee, Sumner County, Castalian Springs — 3B 5 — Bledsoe's Lick
13Tennessee, Sumner County, Castalian Springs — Cragfont — Union Occupation
14Tennessee, Sumner County, Castalian Springs — Cragfont
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15Tennessee, Sumner County, Castalian Springs — 3B 7 — Cragfont
16Tennessee, Sumner County, Castalian Springs — Fighting for a Way of Life — Bledsoe's Fort Historical Park — Site of Bledsoe's Fort, 1783-1806 —
17Tennessee, Sumner County, Castalian Springs — 3B 36 — General William Hall
18Tennessee, Sumner County, Castalian Springs — Hawthorne Hill — Birthplace of William B. Bate
19Tennessee, Sumner County, Castalian Springs — Hugh Rogan
20Tennessee, Sumner County, Castalian Springs — Isaac Bledsoe
21Tennessee, Sumner County, Castalian Springs — 3B 28 — Morgan and Johnson — August 20, 1862
22Tennessee, Sumner County, Castalian Springs — Nathaniel Parker, Hunter and Explorer — Bledsoe's Fort Historic Park — Nathaniel Parker Cabin, ca. 1785 —
23Tennessee, Sumner County, Castalian Springs — Rogana
24Tennessee, Sumner County, Castalian Springs — Site of Bledsoe's Fort
25Tennessee, Sumner County, Castalian Springs — The Nathaniel Parker Log Cabin
26Tennessee, Sumner County, Castalian Springs — Thomas Sharpe Spencer Memorial
27Tennessee, Sumner County, Castalian Springs — Unsettled and Dangerous Years — Bledsoe's Fort Historic Park — Nathaniel Parker Cabin, ca. 1785 —
28Tennessee, Sumner County, Castalian Springs — 3B 18 — William Brimage Bate
29Tennessee, Sumner County, Castalian Springs — Wynnewood — Changing Allegiances
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30Tennessee, Sumner County, Castilian Springs — 3B 61 — Abraham “Abram” Bledsoe — African-American Frontiersman
31Tennessee, Sumner County, Castilian Springs — Bill "Hoss" Allen — Tennessee Music Pathways —
32Tennessee, Sumner County, Castilian Springs — Capt. Horace Lawson Hunley
33Tennessee, Sumner County, Cottontown — 3B 45 — Bridal House
34Tennessee, Sumner County, Cottontown — 3B 37 — Tyree Springs
35Tennessee, Sumner County, Gallatin — Asher's Trace — Fairvue Plantation —
36Tennessee, Sumner County, Gallatin — 13B 50 — Big South Tunnel
37Tennessee, Sumner County, Gallatin — Blacksmith Shop — Fairvue Plantation —
38Tennessee, Sumner County, Gallatin — 3B 62 — Cairo Rosenwald School — 1923-1959
39Tennessee, Sumner County, Gallatin — 3B 80 — City Cemetery / Mexican War Monument
40Tennessee, Sumner County, Gallatin — Civil War in Sumner County — Living in Desperate Times
41Tennessee, Sumner County, Gallatin — Confederate Soldiers Monument
42Tennessee, Sumner County, Gallatin — Ellen Stokes More Wemyss — 1895-2001 — Fairvue Plantation —
43Tennessee, Sumner County, Gallatin — Fairvue Mansion — Fairvue Plantation —
44Tennessee, Sumner County, Gallatin — Fairvue Plantation
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45Tennessee, Sumner County, Gallatin — 3B 41, 176 — First Presbyterian Church — American Presbyterian and Reformed Historical Site — Reported missing
46Tennessee, Sumner County, Gallatin — Gallatin Public Square — Heart of Federal Occupation
47Tennessee, Sumner County, Gallatin — Gallatin, Tennessee
48Tennessee, Sumner County, Gallatin — 3B 43 — General Griffith Rutherford — 1721-1805 — Reported missing
49Tennessee, Sumner County, Gallatin — Grasslands — Fairvue Plantation —
50Tennessee, Sumner County, Gallatin — 3B 44 — Howard Schools
51Tennessee, Sumner County, Gallatin — 3B 32 — Hugh Rogan
52Tennessee, Sumner County, Gallatin — In Memory of all American Veterans — POW-MIA You Are Not Forgotten
53Tennessee, Sumner County, Gallatin — Isaac Franklin — 1789-1846 — Fairvue Plantation —
54Tennessee, Sumner County, Gallatin — James B. Jameson House
55Tennessee, Sumner County, Gallatin — Mare Barns — Fairvue Plantation —
56Tennessee, Sumner County, Gallatin — Maywood
57Tennessee, Sumner County, Gallatin — Monument to the Fallen — “Their Fame is All That Survives Them”
58Tennessee, Sumner County, Gallatin — 3B 67 — Peter Vertrees — 1840-1926
59Tennessee, Sumner County, Gallatin — 3B 48 — Randy's Record Shop
60Tennessee, Sumner County, Gallatin — Rose Mont — Tribute to Major George Blackmore
61Tennessee, Sumner County, Gallatin — 3B 75 — Rose Mont
62Tennessee, Sumner County, Gallatin — Rosemont — The Political War Within the War
63Tennessee, Sumner County, Gallatin — Sumner County Tennessee Mexican-American War Monument
64Tennessee, Sumner County, Gallatin — 3B 68 — Tennessee's First African-American Civil War Volunteers — 1863
65Tennessee, Sumner County, Gallatin — The Clark House — Sumner County Courthouse
66Tennessee, Sumner County, Gallatin — The Westward Movement
67Tennessee, Sumner County, Gallatin — 3B 71 — Town of Cairo
68Tennessee, Sumner County, Gallatin — Trousdale Place — Elder Statesman's Home
69Tennessee, Sumner County, Gallatin — Trousdale Place
70Tennessee, Sumner County, Gallatin — 3B 35 — Trousdale Place
71Tennessee, Sumner County, Gallatin — 3B 73 — Union High School — 1922-1970
72Tennessee, Sumner County, Gallatin — Veterans' Memorial Bridge
73Tennessee, Sumner County, Gallatin — Volunteer State Community College
74Tennessee, Sumner County, Gallatin — Williamson and Adams Carriage Factory
75Tennessee, Sumner County, Gallatin — 3B 33 — Ziegler's Station — Reported missing
76Tennessee, Sumner County, Goodlettsville — Bowen Plantation House
77Tennessee, Sumner County, Goodlettsville — 3A 140 — First Long Hunters — 1765
78Tennessee, Sumner County, Goodlettsville — Mansker Creek — Louisville and Nashville Railroad
79Tennessee, Sumner County, Goodlettsville — Mansker's Station
80Tennessee, Sumner County, Hendersonville — 3B 29 — Beech Cumberland Presbyterian Church
81Tennessee, Sumner County, Hendersonville — Confederate Memorial at First Presbyterian Church
82Tennessee, Sumner County, Hendersonville — Eventide
83Tennessee, Sumner County, Hendersonville — 3B 52 — Free Hill Road
84Tennessee, Sumner County, Hendersonville — Hazel Path Mansion — Home and Camp
85Tennessee, Sumner County, Hendersonville — Historic Monthaven — Controlling the Louisville & Nashville Railroad
86Tennessee, Sumner County, Hendersonville — Home of Johnny Cash — Tennessee Music Pathways —
87Tennessee, Sumner County, Hendersonville — Restoring the Orchard
88Tennessee, Sumner County, Hendersonville — Rock Castle — Enduring the War
89Tennessee, Sumner County, Hendersonville — 3A 18 — Rock Castle
90Tennessee, Sumner County, Hendersonville — 3B 54 — Rutherford - Kizer Mound Complex
91Tennessee, Sumner County, Hendersonville — 3A 227 — Saundersville United Methodist Church
92Tennessee, Sumner County, Hendersonville — Spring Haven — Morgan, Contrabands, and Slavery
93Tennessee, Sumner County, Hendersonville — Taylor Swift — Tennessee Music Pathways —
94Tennessee, Sumner County, Hendersonville — 3A 242 — The Cash Home
95Tennessee, Sumner County, Hendersonville — The Isaacs — Tennessee Music Pathways —
96Tennessee, Sumner County, Hendersonville — 3A 243 — The Orchard
97Tennessee, Sumner County, Hendersonville — 3B 53 — William Henderson — 1752-circa 1807
98Tennessee, Sumner County, Mitchellville — AmVets Memorial
99Tennessee, Sumner County, Portland — 3B 77 — Bishop William McKendree — 1757-1835
100Tennessee, Sumner County, Portland — 3B 24 — Camp Trousdale

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Feb. 5, 2023