Benton County (003)

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Benton County was created on 1835.

The county seat is in Camden, TN.,
and the county is 394 sq mi Square Miles in area.

The State Division number is 4 and the County Group is A.



  Click here to visit the Benton county home page.

  FIPS Code: 47005

  Information about Benton County, Tennessee, from Wikipedia.

  US Census Quick Facts about Benton County.

 

There are 10 Historic Markers in Benton County.

David Benton   -    
  at the Benton County Courthouse, E. Main St, Camden, TN        

Fighting on the Tennessee River   -    
  255 Marina Road, Camden, TN        

Fort Johnson   -    
  Benton County I-40 East Rest Area, Holladay, TN        

Gunboats and Cavalary / Nov. 4, 1864   -   THC 4A 19
  U.S. 70, Benton County, in Camden, Courthouse Square        

Irish CSA Soldiers   -    
  West Main St (Business U.S. 70) west of Cole Ave, Camden, TN        

Johnsonville State Historic Area   -    
  In the Johnsonville State Historic Park near Kentucky Lake on Old Johnsonville Road.        

Mary Cordelia Beasley - Hudson   -   THC 4A 50
  Main St. & Forrest Ave., courthouse lawn, Camden, TN        

Senator Mildred Jolly Lashlee   -   THC 4A 55
  Benton County Courthouse Square on E Main St., Camden, TN        

Thomas Clark Rye   -   THC 4A 21
  Main St. & Church Ave., courthouse lawn, Camden, TN        

Tranquility   -   THC 4A 30
  Main St. & Westview Ave., Camden, TN        

 

M  - The marker is missing.
R  - The marker has been removed.