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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Camden, Tennessee

Clickable Map of Benton 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> Benton County, TN (21) Carroll County, TN (31) Decatur County, TN (13) Henry County, TN (28) Houston County, TN (5) Humphreys County, TN (47) Perry County, TN (9) Stewart County, TN (91)  BentonCounty(21) Benton County (21)  CarrollCounty(31) Carroll County (31)  DecaturCounty(13) Decatur County (13)  HenryCounty(28) Henry County (28)  HoustonCounty(5) Houston County (5)  HumphreysCounty(47) Humphreys County (47)  PerryCounty(9) Perry County (9)  StewartCounty(91) Stewart County (91)
Camden is the county seat for Benton County
Camden is in Benton County
      Benton County (21)  
      Carroll County (31)  
      Decatur County (13)  
      Henry County (28)  
      Houston County (5)  
      Humphreys County (47)  
      Perry County (9)  
      Stewart County (91)  
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1 Tennessee, Benton County, Camden — 4A 30 — "Tranquility"
An early post office of this name was opened Sept. 28, 1835, in the home of William H.H. Burton, which stood at this site. It remained here until Aug. 27, 1837, when it was moved to the public square of Camden and the name changed to "Camden." . . . Map (db m109047) HM
2 Tennessee, Benton County, Camden — David Benton
Born 1779, South Carolina, died 1860, Benton County Tenn. Citizen soldier, War of 1812, member of Benton County's first quarterly court February 1836. Patriot for whom Benton County was named. Presented to the Citizens of Benton. (Base monument) . . . Map (db m74482) HM
3 Tennessee, Benton County, Camden — Fighting on the Tennessee RiverCavalry versus Navy Reported damaged
During the Civil War, several engagements occurred along the strategically important Tennessee River within about five miles of here. In each one, cavalrymen engaged naval forces. On April 26, 1863 near the mouth of the Duck River east of here, . . . Map (db m74512) HM
4 Tennessee, Benton County, Camden — 4A 19 — Gunboats and CavalryNov. 4, 1864
8½ miles east, at Johnsonville Landing, Forrest's Cavalry Corps, after blocking river approaches from both directions with captured Federal vessels and gunfire, destroyed the Federal base at Johnsonville. Losses were 4 gunboats, 14 steamboats, . . . Map (db m109046) HM
5 Tennessee, Benton County, Camden — Irish CSA Soldiers
U.D.C. Marker to eight Irish CSA soldiers probably worked on railroad 1860-1861 Erected by Captain Nathaniel A. Wesson United Daughters of the Confederacy 1992Map (db m109049) WM
6 Tennessee, Benton County, Camden — 4A 50 — Mary Cordelia Beasley-Hudson
Mary Cordelia Beasley-Hudson, a life-long resident of Benton County, was an advocate for women's suffrage. The Tennessee General Assembly approved an amendment to the state constitution to allow women's suffrage on April 15, 1919. Seven days later . . . Map (db m81359) HM
7 Tennessee, Benton County, Camden — 4A 56 — One of Country Music's Darkest Days
On March 5, 1963, at 30 years of age, country singer Virginia Patterson Hensley, better known as Patsy Cline, along with her manager, Randy Hughes, and fellow Grand Ole Opry stars, Hawkshaw Hawkins and Cowboy Copas, were killed in a plane crash in . . . Map (db m184907) HM
8 Tennessee, Benton County, Camden — 4A 55 — Senator Mildred Jolly Lashlee1906-1966
Mildred Jolly Lashlee was the first woman elected to the Tennessee Senate for a full “regular” term. Elected in November 1944, she represented the 26th Senatorial District. Before her election she was appointed to complete the term of . . . Map (db m109048) HM
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9 Tennessee, Benton County, Camden — 4A 21 — Thomas Clark Rye
Born June 2, 1863, in a log cabin, about ½ mile N., he studied law at Charlotte, later began practice at Camden. Attorney General of the 13th Judicial District, 1908-12, he was the last Tennessee governor to be elected by a convention. . . . Map (db m74481) HM
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Oct. 4, 2023