“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Antioch, Tennessee

Clickable Map of Davidson County, Tennessee and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Davidson County, TN (936) Cheatham County, TN (16) Robertson County, TN (39) Rutherford County, TN (225) Sumner County, TN (110) Williamson County, TN (395) Wilson County, TN (67)  DavidsonCounty(936) Davidson County (936)  CheathamCounty(16) Cheatham County (16)  RobertsonCounty(39) Robertson County (39)  RutherfordCounty(225) Rutherford County (225)  SumnerCounty(110) Sumner County (110)  WilliamsonCounty(395) Williamson County (395)  WilsonCounty(67) Wilson County (67)
Nashville is the county seat for Davidson County
Antioch is in Davidson County
      Davidson County (936)  
      Cheatham County (16)  
      Robertson County (39)  
      Rutherford County (225)  
      Sumner County (110)  
      Williamson County (395)  
      Wilson County (67)  
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1Tennessee (Davidson County), Antioch — 207 — Alfred Z. Kelley
Nashville barber Alfred Z. Kelley was lead plaintiff in Kelley v. Board of Education, a federal lawsuit filed Sept. 23. 1955, on behalf of his son Robert and 20 other African American children. In December, the suit was amended to include two . . . Map (db m146420) HM
2Tennessee (Davidson County), Antioch — 164 — Antioch Pike
The Mill Creek Valley Turnpike Company was incorporated by the Tenn. Gen. Assembly on Jan. 21, 1846. Starting near the four mile mark of Nolensville Pike, the road went through Mill Creek valley, "crossing main Mill creek at or near Rains' mills, . . . Map (db m147405) HM
3Tennessee (Davidson County), Antioch — 21 — Cane Ridge Cumberland Presbyterian Church
Cane Ridge Cumberland Presbyterian Church, built in 1859, replaced a log building which occupied land donated by Edwin Austin & Thomas Boaz in 1826. One of the best known pastors was Hugh Bone Hill who also preached at the Jerusalem Church in . . . Map (db m146619) HM
4Tennessee (Davidson County), Antioch — 3A 76 — John Bell's Birthplace200 yds. →
The house of his birth, Feb. 18, 1796, was on this site. Graduate of Nashville's Cumberland College, 1814, he was a state senator in 1817 and Member of Congress, 1827 to 1841, when appointed Secretary of War. He was nominated for the Presidency by . . . Map (db m151191) HM
5Tennessee (Davidson County), Antioch — 165 — Locust Hill
Located near Mill Creek, Locust Hill is one of the earliest brick homes in Middle Tennessee. Built c. 1805, it was home to the Charles Hays family until after the Civil War. The Federal-style house features intricately carved mantles and millwork, . . . Map (db m147404) HM
6Tennessee (Davidson County), Antioch — 209 — Olive Branch Missionary Baptist Church
In 1871, District 6 school commissioners John Briley, Benjiah Gray and Jason Austin bought one acre of land from James Thompson for an African American school. In 1873, African American members of the Benevolent Society of Olive Branch No. 38 . . . Map (db m147704) HM
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Nov. 27, 2022