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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Nunnelly
Nunnelly, Tennessee and Vicinity
▶ Hickman County (17) ▶ Dickson County (35) ▶ Humphreys County (22) ▶ Lewis County (12) ▶ Maury County (79) ▶ Perry County (5) ▶ Williamson County (290)
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|Goodrich, one mile west, once a furnace town producing pig iron from ore from Nunnelly mines, was the birthplace of Beth Slater Whitson, writer of poems, stories, and songs. Her best known song lyrics were “Meet Me Tonight in Dreamland” . . . — — Map (db m156539) HM|
|Hickman County's first courthouse and jail, hewn log structures, stood on the hill 300 yards away, in the midst of the pioneer of town of Vernon. The Legislative act making Centerville the county seat was passed in 1821 and the courthouse was moved . . . — — Map (db m156576) HM|
|An outstanding teacher dedicated to her pupils for 50 years, 30 of which she was the principal of Nunnelly School, retiring in 1972. She was an artist, a poet, a musician, a high school basketball coach of renown, a benefactor to her many needy . . . — — Map (db m156543) HM|
|In 1810 Lawson and Elizabeth Sandles Nunnelly settled in the area that became Vernon, just down the road from this garden. Their family farmed, operated a mining company, and ran a general store on the banks of the Piney River. In 1882 this . . . — — Map (db m156546) HM|