DeKalb County (021)

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DeKalb County was created on 1837.

The county seat is in Smithville, TN.,
and the county is 304 sq mi Square Miles in area.

The State Division number is 2 and the County Group is D.



  Click here to visit the DeKalb county home page.

  FIPS Code: 47041

  Information about DeKalb County, Tennessee, from Wikipedia.

  US Census Quick Facts about DeKalb County.

 

There are 12 Historic Markers in DeKalb County.

Adam Dale   -   THC 2D 9
  U.S. 70, DeKalb County, near Liberty, TN        

Battle of Snow Hill   -   THC 2D 29
  U.S. 70, DeKalb County, at Dry Creek Road, east of Dowelltown, TN        

Beckwith Inn   -   THC 2D 41
  at the intersection of Tennessee Route 26 and Tennessee Route 83, Smithville, TN        

DeKalb - White County Line   -   THC 2D 7
          

DeKalb County Confederate Monument   -    
  at the intersection of South Public Square and South 3rd Street, Smithville, TN        

DeKalb County Fair   -   THC 2D 27
  U.S. 70, DeKalb County, in Alexandria, TN        

DeKalb County in the Civil War   -    
  at the DeKalb County Courthouse, on South Public Square near East Public Square, Smithville, TN        

Evins' Old Mill   -   THC 2D 16
  U.S. 70, DeKalb County, 1 mile east of Smithville , TN        

Gen. John H. Morgan CSA   -    
  on West Main Street west of High Street (Tennessee Route 53), Alexandria, TN        

Morgan in Alexandria   -    
  on West Main Street west of High Street (Tennessee Route 53), Alexandria, TN        

Morgan's Ohio Raid June 11, 1863   -   THC 2D 18
  U.S. 70 at TN 53 in DeKalb County, TN        

Wheeler School   -   THC 2D 30
  U.S. 70, DeKalb County, at Goose Creek Road near Alexandria, TN        

 

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