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

Clickable Map of Coffee 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> Coffee County, TN (67) Bedford County, TN (35) Cannon County, TN (11) Franklin County, TN (106) Grundy County, TN (24) Moore County, TN (11) Rutherford County, TN (225) Warren County, TN (32)  CoffeeCounty(67) Coffee County (67)  BedfordCounty(35) Bedford County (35)  CannonCounty(11) Cannon County (11)  FranklinCounty(106) Franklin County (106)  GrundyCounty(24) Grundy County (24)  MooreCounty(11) Moore County (11)  RutherfordCounty(225) Rutherford County (225)  WarrenCounty(32) Warren County (32)
Manchester is the county seat for Coffee County
Beech Grove is in Coffee County
      Coffee County (67)  
      Bedford County (35)  
      Cannon County (11)  
      Franklin County (106)  
      Grundy County (24)  
      Moore County (11)  
      Rutherford County (225)  
      Warren County (32)  
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1Tennessee (Coffee County), Beech Grove — 18th Indiana Battery
Hoover's Gap, TN. June 24, 1863. The 18th Indiana Battery, commanded by Capt. Eli Lilly, dislodged one Confederate artillery piece and forced the Confederate batteries to change position. The battery, along with Wilder's Brigade, did considerable . . . Map (db m81374) HM
2Tennessee (Coffee County), Beech Grove — 20th Tennessee Volunteer Infantry
. . . Map (db m30694) HM
3Tennessee (Coffee County), Beech Grove — 2E 40 — Beech Grove Engagement
On June 24, 1863, Union forces under Rosecrans overpowered Confederate defenders on Hoover's Gap, commanded by Stewart, Bate, and Bushrod Johnson. This was the beginning of Bragg's withdrawal to Chattanooga. Unknown soldiers who fell in the battle . . . Map (db m26052) HM
4Tennessee (Coffee County), Beech Grove — Confederate Cemetery
Originally the site of a pioneer cemetery, many early residents are buried here. In 1866, returned Confederate soldiers, under the leadership of Maj. William Hume and David Lawrence, collected and reinterred here the bodies of soldiers who fell at . . . Map (db m24162) HM
5Tennessee (Coffee County), Beech Grove — 2E 6 — Fort Nash
Near here, on Garrison Fork, this fort was established, about 1793, for the protection of settlers and travelers to and from the southwest. Until its abandonment, about 1804, it was an important stopping place and administrative center.Map (db m26050) HM
6Tennessee (Coffee County), Beech Grove — General A. P. Stewart's Division
(Front):General A.P. Stewart Stewart's Division 2nd Army Corps (Hardee) Army of Tennessee CSA Dedicated 24th Day of April 2010 By Benjamin F. Cheatham Camp 72 Sons of Confederate Veterans Manchester, Tennessee (Reverse):Battle of . . . Map (db m30698) HM
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7Tennessee (Coffee County), Beech Grove — General Forrest's Farewell Order MemorialUnknown Confederate Soldiers Memorial
Forrest's Farewell Order to his Cavalry Corps ExtractGainesville, Ala., May 9, 1865 Civil war, such as you have passed through, naturally engenders feelings of animosity, hatred, and revenge. It is our duty to divest ourselves of all such feelings, . . . Map (db m30715) HM
8Tennessee (Coffee County), Beech Grove — 2E 41 — Henry Watterson
Born in Washington, Feb. 16, 1840, where his father, Harvey Magee Watterson, was in Congress, he spent most of his boyhood in a house 100 ft. W. Subsequently Confederate soldier, journalist and political leader, he founded the Louisville . . . Map (db m81375) HM
9Tennessee (Coffee County), Beech Grove — Pledge to the South
The South is a land that has known sorrows; it is a land that has broken the ashen crust and moistened it with tears; a land scarred and riven by the plowshare of war and billowed with the graves of her dead; but a land of legend, a land of song, a . . . Map (db m24167) HM
10Tennessee (Rutherford County), Beech Grove — 3 A 24 — Army of the CumberlandJune 24-26, 1863
Reynolds' Division of the XIV Corps forced Hoover's Gap, driving a task force of Bate's & Bushrod Johnson's Brigades back to Fairfield, 5 mi. S.W., whence it had come. The XIV Corps reunited with other units of Rosecrans' army at Manchester, thus . . . Map (db m82331) HM
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Dec. 1, 2022