“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 Belvidere, Tennessee

Clickable Map of Franklin 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> Franklin County, TN (106) Coffee County, TN (67) Grundy County, TN (24) Lincoln County, TN (51) Marion County, TN (29) Moore County, TN (11) Jackson County, AL (38) Madison County, AL (196)  FranklinCounty(106) Franklin County (106)  CoffeeCounty(67) Coffee County (67)  GrundyCounty(24) Grundy County (24)  LincolnCounty(51) Lincoln County (51)  MarionCounty(29) Marion County (29)  MooreCounty(11) Moore County (11)  JacksonCountyAlabama(38) Jackson County (38)  MadisonCounty(196) Madison County (196)
Winchester is the county seat for Franklin County
Belvidere is in Franklin County
      Franklin County (106)  
      Coffee County (67)  
      Grundy County (24)  
      Lincoln County (51)  
      Marion County (29)  
      Moore County (11)  
      Jackson County, Alabama (38)  
      Madison County, Alabama (196)  
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1Tennessee (Franklin County), Belvidere — 2E 32 — "Kentuck"
The homestead which David Crockett occupied and named in 1812 is now marked by a well standing in a field 3-1/2 miles south and to the east of this road. From here he went to the Creek War; his first wife died here. In 1816 he married Elizabeth . . . Map (db m26872) HM
2Tennessee (Franklin County), Belvidere — 2E20 — John Ruch
Lived here. He came to Franklin Co. in 1872 from Ohio. In 1892, with the aid of J. B. Killebrew, agricultural agent of the N. C. & St. L. RR. and former State Commissioner of Agriculture, he imported from France the first crimson clover seed, . . . Map (db m26828) HM
3Tennessee (Franklin County), Belvidere — 2E 31 — Polly Finlay Crockett
David Crockett, his first wife and their children settled on a homestead a few miles east about 1813. She died in 1815, following her husband's return from the Creek War. She is buried in an old cemetery overlooking Bean's Creek, about five miles . . . Map (db m26172) HM
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Nov. 28, 2022