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Waynesboro, Tennessee Historical Markers

 
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By Sandra Hughes, March 13, 2012
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Tennessee (Wayne County), Waynesboro — 3F 7 — Army of TennesseeNov. 22 1864
Along this road Cheatham's Corps moved northward via Waynesboro and Mt. Pleasant toward Columbia, in Hood's attempt to intercept and destroy Schofield's force (IV & XXIII Corps) before it could unite at Nashville with Federal forces under Maj. Gen. . . . — Map (db m80315) HM
Tennessee (Wayne County), Waynesboro — Difficult TimesWaynesboro during the Civil War
Wayne County’s residents were divided in sentiment when the Civil War began. Although they had voted more than two to one to remain in the Union, many people who lived in the northern portion, including the county seat of Waynesboro, had strong . . . — Map (db m83161) HM
Tennessee (Wayne County), Waynesboro — Dogwood Mudhole
A mile to the south, the Old Natchez Trace crossed a depression in the flat, dogwood-covered ridge. After heavy rains it became almost impassable for wagons. Its name “Dogwood Mudhole” recalls the ordeals of frontier travel. It shows too . . . — Map (db m84670) HM
Tennessee (Wayne County), Waynesboro — Incident at WaynesboroA Case of Friendly Fire
In November 1863, military governor Andrew Johnson ordered Union Maj. John Murphy, 5th Tennessee Cavalry, to take charges of two companies of Union Guards in Nashville. These 200 newly mustered men were from Wayne County and vicinity and were not . . . — Map (db m53557) HM
Tennessee (Wayne County), Waynesboro — 3F3 — Natchez TraceCrossing the Highway
Crossing the highway here, this famous road followed ancient Indian trails used by the travelers between Natchez and Nashville. It was built in 1801 by Army Engineers. Officially "The Columbian Road", it was for many years the only highway . . . — Map (db m80314) HM
Tennessee (Wayne County), Waynesboro — Sons of Confederate Veterans1896
This Monument erected in honor of the gallant Confederate Soldiers of Wayne County who fought, died and suffered in the War for Southern Independence. 1861-1865 Confederate Units Formed in Wayne County 2nd (Biffle’s) Tenn. Cavalry BTN. . . . — Map (db m53554) HM
Tennessee (Wayne County), Waynesboro — Sweetwater Branch
This small branch receives its name from the clean and fresh, or “sweet”, flavor of its water. Thousands of years of erosion and flooding have gradually built up the fertile bottom lands that you see under cultivation near here. . . . — Map (db m84672) HM
Tennessee (Wayne County), Waynesboro — Wayne County Revolutionary War Veterans
Wayne County Created 1817 from Hickman County Named in honor of “Mad” Anthony Wayne 1745-1796 American Statesman and Major General in the Revolutionary War. This stone is in his honor, and for the . . . — Map (db m53552) HM
Tennessee (Wayne County), Waynesboro — Wayne County World War II Memorial
In honor of those who served and dedicated to those who made the supreme sacrifice World War II Adams, Homer F. • Alley, Oliver E., Jr. • Boyd, Alvin W. • Boyd, Willard • Bunch, Robert L. • Carter, Harvel C. • Collins, Marvin B. • . . . — Map (db m53551) HM
Tennessee (Wayne County), Waynesboro — Waynesboro Operation Enduring Freedom & Operation Iraqi Freedom Monument
In honor of those who served in Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom Erected by th Family Readiness Group of Detachment 1 Battery B 2nd Battalion 115th Field Artillery Waynesboro, Tennessee Gary Allen Anderson . . . — Map (db m53556) WM

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