Smith County (080)

Historic Markers Across Tennessee

 

Smith County was created on 1799.

The county seat is in Carthage, TN.,
and the county is 314 sq mi Square Miles in area.

The State Division number is 3 and the County Group is B.



  Click here to visit the Smith county home page.

  FIPS Code: 47159

  Information about Smith County, Tennessee, from Wikipedia.

  US Census Quick Facts about Smith County.

 

There are 10 Historic Markers in Smith County.

Benton McMillin ~ 1845 - 1943   -   THC 3B 40
  At the intersection of Main St. and 2nd. Ave., Carthage, TN        

Bragg Invades Kentucky   -   THC 3B 31
  At the intersection of Main St. and 2nd. Ave., Carthage, TN        

Captain James Bradley ~ 1763 - 1830   -   THC 3B 39
  TN 25, Smith County        

Captain William Walton 1760-1816   -   THC 3B 42
  At the intersection of Main St. and 2nd. Ave., Carthage, TN        

Morgan's Ohio Raid ~ June 12, 1863   -   THC 3B 25
  TN 25, Smith County, near Riddleton, TN        

Smith - Jackson County Line   -   THC 3B 11
          

Smith - Jackson County Line   -   THC 3B 14
          

Smith - Putnam County Line   -   THC 2D 6
          

Tillman Dixon   -   THC 3B 17
  TN 25, Smith County, .5 mile west of Dixon Springs        

U.S. Senator Albert Gore, Sr. Tennessee   -    
  In the rest area on I-40 just west of the Caney Fork River, Lancaster, TN        

 

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