“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Cottontown, Tennessee

Clickable Map of Sumner 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> Sumner County, TN (135) Davidson County, TN (1439) Macon County, TN (51) Robertson County, TN (39) Trousdale County, TN (10) Wilson County, TN (76) Allen County, KY (17) Simpson County, KY (31)  SumnerCounty(135) Sumner County (135)  DavidsonCounty(1439) Davidson County (1439)  MaconCounty(51) Macon County (51)  RobertsonCounty(39) Robertson County (39)  TrousdaleCounty(10) Trousdale County (10)  WilsonCounty(76) Wilson County (76)  AllenCountyKentucky(17) Allen County (17)  SimpsonCounty(31) Simpson County (31)
Gallatin is the county seat for Sumner County
Cottontown is in Sumner County
      Sumner County (135)  
      Davidson County (1439)  
      Macon County (51)  
      Robertson County (39)  
      Trousdale County (10)  
      Wilson County (76)  
      Allen County, Kentucky (17)  
      Simpson County, Kentucky (31)  
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1 Tennessee, Sumner County, Cottontown — 3B 45 — Bridal House
In 1795, Thomas Cotton founded Cottontown. He had been a captain of Hertford County, North Carolina Militia during the revolution. In 1819 Moore Cotton, son of Thomas, built Bridal House for his only daughter, Elizabeth. The House . . . Map (db m148023) HM
2 Tennessee, Sumner County, Cottontown — In Memory of Revolutionary War Soldier Thomas Cotton1748 - 1795
Captain - Hertford Co. Militia, NC Prisoner of War - Burial Site UnknownMap (db m220975) WM
3 Tennessee, Sumner County, Cottontown — 3B 56 — Station Camp Baptist Church
In November 1796, Elder Patrick Mooney organized the first Baptist church in Sumner County. Members joined with four other Baptist churches to form the Mero District Baptist Association. In 1800, William Phipps donated one-half acre of land to the . . . Map (db m220962) HM
4 Tennessee, Sumner County, Cottontown — 3B 37 — Tyree Springs
A mineral springs resort was established here by R.C. Tyree sometime between 1814 and 1822. By 1834 it was the most celebrated watering place in the state. Presidents Andrew Jackson and James K. Polk were guests here. Burned during the Civil War, . . . Map (db m151838) HM
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Feb. 23, 2024