Hardeman County (035)

Historic Markers Across Tennessee


Hardeman County was created on 1823.

The county seat is in Bolivar, TN.,
and the county is 668 sq mi Square Miles in area.

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

  Click here to visit the Hardeman county home page.

  FIPS Code: 47069

  Information about Hardeman County, Tennessee, from Wikipedia.

  US Census Quick Facts about Hardeman County.


There are 13 Historic Markers in Hardeman County.

Battle Of Chewalla   -   THC 4C 38
  intersection of Wenasoga Rd (TN Route 234) and Turner Rd, Chewalla ,TN        

Battle of Davis Bridge ~ October 5, 1862   -   THC 4C 22
  on State Highway 57, Pocahontas, TN        

Battle of Middleburg ~ August 30, 1862   -   THC 4C 32
  on State Highway 18 south of Enon Lane, Bolivar, TN        

Engagement at Davis Bridge ~ October 5, 1862   -   NPS 
  on Essary Springs Road 1.1 miles south of Wolf Pen Road, Pocahontas, TN        

First Bird Dog Field Trials   -   THC 4C 39
  in front of the National Bird Dog Museum, State Highway 57, Grand Junction, TN        

Grand Junction   -    
  on Tippah Street south of Tennessee Highway 57, Grand Junction, TN        

Hardeman - McNairy County Line   -   THC 4C 3
  At the county line on US 64.        

Hell on the Hatchie   -    
  at the bank of the Hatchie River at the present (2012) end of a trail which starts at Essary Springs Road. The marker is a 1500 foot walk from the road.        

John Houston Bills   -   THC 4C 28
  S Washington St., Bolivar, TN        

Old Hatchie Town   -   THC 4C 7
  1017 N Main St((Tennessee Route 18/125), Bolivar, TN        

Polk Cemetery   -   THC 4C 27
  Matilda St. & S. Union St., Bolivar, TN        

Sassafras Mill ~ 1920 - 1974   -   THC 4C 36
  7115 Hwy 18 S, Hickory Valley, TN        

St. James Episcopal Church   -   THC 4C 23
  at the intersection of Market Street (U.S. 64) and Washington Street, Bolivar, TN        


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