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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Alamo
Alamo, Tennessee and Vicinity
▶ Crockett County (6) ▶ Dyer County (5) ▶ Gibson County (20) ▶ Haywood County (14) ▶ Lauderdale County (15) ▶ Madison County (49)
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|In 1861, this place was called Cageville, a small hamlet at an important West Tennessee crossroads. The residents here and at nearby Bells (then called Bells Depot) largely supported the Confederacy. In April 1861, 170 volunteers formed what would . . . — — Map (db m156331) HM|
|In the second floor of the original Methodist Episcopal Church here, the first county court met. March 12, 1872, with Isaac Johnson Chairman, and Commissioners W.N. Beasley, John F. Sinclair, J.F. Robertson, David A. James, Asa Dean, Frank F. Wood, . . . — — Map (db m156333) HM|
|Robert H. "Bob" White was born in Crockett County 10 miles west of this site. He served 15 years as Tennessee's first official State Historian. He had previously served as a college teacher and a consultant to many departments of state government as . . . — — Map (db m52977) HM|