Historic Markers Across Tennessee

Judge Nathan Green, Sr.

Marker ID: THC 3A 103
Location: 607 W Main St, Lebanon, TN
County: Wilson
Coordinates: N 36° 12.597    W 086° 18.324
  36.20995    -86.3054
Style: Free Standing **
Waymark: None


Judge Nathan Green, Sr.·

This house was built by Judge Green, the father of equity jurisprudence in the state, who sat for twenty-one years in the Tennessee State Supreme Court. In 1852 he became a professor of Law at Cumberland University. Before settling in Lebanon, he served in the War of 1812, was a senator in the General Assembly in 1826, and held the post of chancellor of East Tennessee in 1827. Judge Green died here in 1866.

Tennessee Historic Commission