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Historical Markers in Arrington, Tennessee

 
Clickable Map of Williamson 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 Williamson County, TN (403) Cheatham County, TN (16) Davidson County, TN (936) Dickson County, TN (36) Hickman County, TN (18) Marshall County, TN (32) Maury County, TN (123) Rutherford County, TN (225)  WilliamsonCounty(403) Williamson County (403)  CheathamCounty(16) Cheatham County (16)  DavidsonCounty(936) Davidson County (936)  DicksonCounty(36) Dickson County (36)  HickmanCounty(18) Hickman County (18)  MarshallCounty(32) Marshall County (32)  MauryCounty(123) Maury County (123)  RutherfordCounty(225) Rutherford County (225)
Franklin is the county seat for Williamson County
Arrington is in Williamson County
      Williamson County (403)  
ADJACENT TO WILLIAMSON COUNTY
      Cheatham County (16)  
      Davidson County (936)  
      Dickson County (36)  
      Hickman County (18)  
      Marshall County (32)  
      Maury County (123)  
      Rutherford County (225)  
 
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1Tennessee (Williamson County), Arrington — Arrington
The early settlement of “Petersburg” was granted a post office in 1858. At that time, the village’s name was changed to Arrington for the nearby creek. Among the early families were Buchanan, Couch, Crockett, Duff, King, Morris, . . . Map (db m112079) HM
2Tennessee (Williamson County), Arrington — 3D 59 — Daniel M. Robison1893-1970
Born 1/2 mile southwest, Dr. Robison spent his boyhood in this community. He taught at Battle Ground Academy, Memphis State College, and Vanderbilt University. While he was State Librarian and Archivist, a new library and archives building was . . . Map (db m165084) HM
3Tennessee (Williamson County), Arrington — Kings' Chapel
As early as 1804 Peter Cartwright, William McKendree, and Jacob Young were preaching the Methodist doctrine in southeastern Williamson County. In 1815 Kings' Chapel was constructed as an outgrowth of their campground meetings. In 1849, the . . . Map (db m166376) HM
4Tennessee (Williamson County), Arrington — Kings’ Chapel Cemetery / Major William Edmondson
Kings’ Chapel Cemetery This sacred burial ground of 48 poles by 100 poles was donated by Major William Edmondson to the trustees of Kings’ Chapel, as mentioned in a deed of 1843 between Robert and Thomas Edmondson to William King. Though the . . . Map (db m112080) HM
5Tennessee (Williamson County), Arrington — Kix Brooks — Tennessee Music Pathways —
Country music singer, songwriter, actor, film producer, television and radio host, and vintner, Kix Brooks came to prominence as one half of country music's most successful duo of all time, Brooks & Dunn. Leon Eric "Kix" Brooks III was born in . . . Map (db m178375) HM
6Tennessee (Williamson County), Arrington — Ozburn Hollow
Robert Ozburn was born in 1755 in York County, PA, where his family settled after emigrating from Scotland. The family moved to Mecklenburg, NC, where he enlisted in the NC Militia and served in several companies during the Revolutionary War . . . Map (db m149869) HM
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7Tennessee (Williamson County), Arrington — Triune
This village dates from about 1800 and was first called Hardeman Cross Roads. After 1849 it took the name of the Methodist Church and became known as Triune. Prior to the Civil War, Triune was a flourshing center of commerce and agriculture. Known . . . Map (db m32798) HM
8Tennessee (Williamson County), Arrington — Triune Cemetery
Buried here are the following 48 Confederate veterans who have been identified: J.S.C. Bain, T.M.Baker, I.J. Battle, Dr. T.J.Bennett, J.C. Bostick, M.H. Bostick, T.H.Caldwell, J.W. Carroll, Thomas Chambers, W.R. Cherry, Dr. J.G.Cook, W.W.Crockett, . . . Map (db m32813) HM
9Tennessee (Williamson County), Arrington — Triune United Methodist Church
The Triune United Methodist Church's origin goes back to King's Chapel, organized ca. 1815 a mile west. A brick building was built here in 1849 on the then-new highway. The Church was named Triune and the village, previously known as Hardeman Cross . . . Map (db m202650) HM
10Tennessee (Williamson County), Arrington — Wilson Creek Primitive Baptist Church
This church was organized on October 13, 1804 with forty-six members including fourteen African-Americans. Early families to worship here were Clayton, Davis, Fleming, Hill, Hyde, Jordon, McKnight, McFadden, and Pate. The site was donated by John D. . . . Map (db m112078) HM
 
 
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Dec. 6, 2022