“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 Cornersville, Tennessee

Clickable Map of Giles 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> Giles County, TN (73) Lawrence County, TN (54) Lincoln County, TN (51) Marshall County, TN (32) Maury County, TN (123) Lauderdale County, AL (216) Limestone County, AL (90)  GilesCounty(73) Giles County (73)  LawrenceCounty(54) Lawrence County (54)  LincolnCounty(51) Lincoln County (51)  MarshallCounty(32) Marshall County (32)  MauryCounty(123) Maury County (123)  LauderdaleCountyAlabama(216) Lauderdale County (216)  LimestoneCounty(90) Limestone County (90)
Pulaski is the county seat for Giles County
Cornersville is in Giles County
      Giles County (73)  
      Lawrence County (54)  
      Lincoln County (51)  
      Marshall County (32)  
      Maury County (123)  
      Lauderdale County, Alabama (216)  
      Limestone County, Alabama (90)  
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1Tennessee (Giles County), Cornersville — 2 F 5 — Giles County / Marshall County
Giles County Established 1809: named in honor of Senator William B. Giles of Virginia. One of the strongest advocates for the admission of Tennessee to the Union; he served in U.S. Senate from 1804 to 1815 and was Governor of Virginia, 1827-30. . . . Map (db m146816) HM
2Tennessee (Giles County), Cornersville — Lairdland Farm HouseWar and Romance
Here on February 10, 1867, James Knox Polk Blackburn and Mary “Mackie” McMillan Laird were married on the porch of the Lairdland farm house. She was the daughter of Robert H. and Nancy Mildred Gordon Laird, who owned the thousand-acre farm called . . . Map (db m75135) HM
3Tennessee (Marshall County), Cornersville — Cornersville Methodist Episcopal Church, South
The National Register Tennessee Historical Commission The Methodist Episcopal Church, South of Historic PlacesMap (db m201333) HM
4Tennessee (Marshall County), Cornersville — Jake DonelsonFighting Rooster of the Confederacy
Jake Donelson, a feisty game rooster and the mascot of Co. H, 3rd Tennessee Infantry (CSA), was one of the more colorful participants in the Civil War. Sgt. Jerome B. “Joe” McCanless of Cornersville purchased Jake for a silver dime from . . . Map (db m151105) HM
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Dec. 4, 2022