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Historical Markers in Beersheba Springs, Tennessee

 
Clickable Map of Grundy 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 Grundy County, TN (24) Coffee County, TN (67) Franklin County, TN (106) Marion County, TN (29) Sequatchie County, TN (5) Warren County, TN (32)  GrundyCounty(24) Grundy County (24)  CoffeeCounty(67) Coffee County (67)  FranklinCounty(106) Franklin County (106)  MarionCounty(29) Marion County (29)  SequatchieCounty(5) Sequatchie County (5)  WarrenCounty(32) Warren County (32)
Altamont is the county seat for Grundy County
Beersheba Springs is in Grundy County
      Grundy County (24)  
ADJACENT TO GRUNDY COUNTY
      Coffee County (67)  
      Franklin County (106)  
      Marion County (29)  
      Sequatchie County (5)  
      Warren County (32)  
 
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1Tennessee (Grundy County), Beersheba Springs — 2E 25 — Beersheba Inn
1/4 mile southeast. In 1837 several log structures were built and later joined together. Later buildings of handmade brick were added. Enlargement to present form was made by Col. John Armfield in 1857. In antebellum days the courtyard was the scene . . . Map (db m25917) HM
2Tennessee (Grundy County), Beersheba Springs — 2E 52 — Forrest's Murfreesboro RaidJuly 10, 1862
Col. Nathan Bedford Forrest's brigade passed here enroute to its junction with additional units, to be followed by a further advance on the Federal garrison and stores at Murfreesboro. Leaving Chattanooga on July 9, the brigade here consisted of the . . . Map (db m25918) HM
3Tennessee (Grundy County), Beersheba Springs — 2E 42 — Mary Noailles Murfree1850-1922
Described as "Tennessee's foremost woman writer of fiction." she used the pen name Charles Egbert Craddock for over thirty years. The Tennessee mountains and the Civil War were used as the settings for her novels and short stories, and she gathered . . . Map (db m25915) HM
 
 
  
  
 
 
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Dec. 4, 2022