“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 Atoka, Tennessee

Clickable Map of Tipton 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> Tipton County, TN (31) Fayette County, TN (18) Haywood County, TN (46) Lauderdale County, TN (16) Shelby County, TN (460) Crittenden County, AR (13) Mississippi County, AR (36)  TiptonCounty(31) Tipton County (31)  FayetteCounty(18) Fayette County (18)  HaywoodCounty(46) Haywood County (46)  LauderdaleCounty(16) Lauderdale County (16)  ShelbyCounty(460) Shelby County (460)  CrittendenCountyArkansas(13) Crittenden County (13)  MississippiCounty(36) Mississippi County (36)
Covington is the county seat for Tipton County
Atoka is in Tipton County
      Tipton County (31)  
      Fayette County (18)  
      Haywood County (46)  
      Lauderdale County (16)  
      Shelby County (460)  
      Crittenden County, Arkansas (13)  
      Mississippi County, Arkansas (36)  
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1Tennessee (Tipton County), Atoka — Atoka Evangelical Presbyterian Church
In 1829 a group of Scotch-Irish pioneers, principally from Chester and Fairfield Districts. S.C., settled in this area and organized a Presbyterian Church around the year 1831 in a local meeting house located two miles east of this point in the . . . Map (db m179155) HM
2Tennessee (Tipton County), Atoka — 4E 12 — Randolph
6½ miles. This Mississippi River hamlet was Memphis’ early rival for commercial supremacy & was the state’s biggest western shipping point in 1830. It declined after David Crockett’s plan for Hatchie–Tennessee River canal failed. The town . . . Map (db m63180) HM
3Tennessee (Tipton County), Atoka — 4E 80 — Salem Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church
Organized June 19, 1836 by Rev. Henry Bryson, D.D., with 53 members. First house of worship was a log house built on 4 acres donated by Abner Mathews. First pastor, Rev. John Wilson, served from 1837 to 1865. Having fostered at least five other . . . Map (db m179153) HM
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Sep. 30, 2022