“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 Church Hill, Tennessee

Clickable Map of Hawkins 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> Hawkins County, TN (34) Grainger County, TN (18) Greene County, TN (88) Hamblen County, TN (40) Hancock County, TN (2) Sullivan County, TN (116) Washington County, TN (93) Scott County, VA (36)  HawkinsCounty(34) Hawkins County (34)  GraingerCounty(18) Grainger County (18)  GreeneCounty(88) Greene County (88)  HamblenCounty(40) Hamblen County (40)  HancockCounty(2) Hancock County (2)  SullivanCounty(116) Sullivan County (116)  WashingtonCounty(93) Washington County (93)  ScottCountyVirginia(36) Scott County (36)
Rogersville is the county seat for Hawkins County
Church Hill is in Hawkins County
      Hawkins County (34)  
      Grainger County (18)  
      Greene County (88)  
      Hamblen County (40)  
      Hancock County (2)  
      Sullivan County (116)  
      Washington County (93)  
      Scott County, Virginia (36)  
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1 Tennessee, Hawkins County, Church Hill — 1B 4 — Carter's Store
One mile west is the site of the store established by John Carter and William Parker. This store was pillaged in the Shawnee raid of 1774. at the Sycamore Shoals Treaty in 1775, the proprietors were awarded the whole Carter's Valley as reparation.Map (db m91887) HM
2 Tennessee, Hawkins County, Church Hill — 1B 14 — Patterson's Mill
On the site of this mill, Robert Patterson build a fort about 1775, shortly thereafter a mill. It was one of two stations at which the settlers took refuge during the Cherokee raid under The Raven in 1776.Map (db m91886) HM
3 Tennessee, Hawkins County, Church Hill — 1B 16 — Rice's Mill
On the site of this mill, Henry Rice built and fortified a mill in 1775. Here, in 1776, the settlers took refuge from warring Cherokee. In April, 1777, Capt. James Robertson and eight other pioneers had a fight with 30 or 40 Cherokee near here, in . . . Map (db m91888) HM
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May. 23, 2024