“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 Del Rio, Tennessee

Clickable Map of Cocke 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> Cocke County, TN (17) Greene County, TN (88) Hamblen County, TN (40) Jefferson County, TN (44) Sevier County, TN (111) Haywood County, NC (62) Madison County, NC (30)  CockeCounty(17) Cocke County (17)  GreeneCounty(88) Greene County (88)  HamblenCounty(40) Hamblen County (40)  JeffersonCounty(44) Jefferson County (44)  SevierCounty(111) Sevier County (111)  HaywoodCountyNorth Carolina(62) Haywood County (62)  MadisonCounty(30) Madison County (30)
Newport is the county seat for Cocke County
Del Rio is in Cocke County
      Cocke County (17)  
      Greene County (88)  
      Hamblen County (40)  
      Jefferson County (44)  
      Sevier County (111)  
      Haywood County, North Carolina (62)  
      Madison County, North Carolina (30)  
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1 Tennessee, Cocke County, Del Rio — 1C 22 — Grace Moore
Born in a house which stood just across the creek, on Dec. 5, 1901, she was educated at Ward Belmont College, in Nashville, and after further musical study in Washington and New York, she became one of the outstanding operatic sopranos of her day. . . . Map (db m40736) HM
2 Tennessee, Cocke County, Del Rio — 1C 73 — John Floyd Arrowood1891-1925
Born two miles west April 1891, Arrowood was one of the first American soldiers to be decorated for bravery in World War I. The French government, on Nov. 14, 1917, awarded him the Croix de Guerre for the rescue of several men under his . . . Map (db m40735) HM
3 Tennessee, Cocke County, Del Rio — 1C 2 — Tennessee / North Carolina
Tennessee Cocke County Established 1797, named in honor of Senator William Cocke (1796, 1797, 1799 to 1805) An officer of the Revolutionary Army; one of the leaders of the State of Franklin and member of the Legislature of the . . . Map (db m40739) HM
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May. 23, 2024