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Historic Normandy, Bedford County, Tennessee

Jerry Wayne Cook

Historic Normandy, Bedford County, Tennessee

by Jerry Wayne Cook

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Published by Cook in Normandy, [Tenn.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Normandy (Tenn.)
    • Subjects:
    • Normandy (Tenn.) -- History.,
    • Normandy (Tenn.) -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Jerry Wayne Cook.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF444.N67 C66
      The Physical Object
      Pagination238 p. :
      Number of Pages238
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4915742M
      LC Control Number76150505

      Bedford County lies in the great Central Basin of Tennessee. The prevailing rocks are limestone, generally thinly bedded and flaggy, but with some fine building stone. The limestone belong to the Nashville and Lebanon formations, limestone low in the geological series. Bedford County has been the birthplace of two Tennessee governors and an Arkansas governor and the residence of a third Tennessee governor. Shelbyville native William Prentice Cooper served three consecutive terms as governor of Tennessee from to

      Bedford County was formed from Lunenburg County by an act passed , to take effect on 10 May , with the seat of government to be the community of New London. The County was named Bedford, in honor of John Russell, the fourth Duke of Bedford, who was Secretary of State of Great Britain at the time. New Providence Presbyterian Church minutes of Bedford County, Tennessee, , c - Historical summary and church directory of First Baptist Church, Shelbyville, Tennessee from , - Tennessee, Bedford County, church records: .

      Bedford County was erected by an act of the General Assembly December 3, , which act is as follows: "Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Tennessee, that a new county be, and the same is, hereby established south and southwest of, and adjoining the county of Rutherford, by the name of Bedford, in memory of Thomas Bedford. Normandy Historic District Normandy, Bedford County, Tennessee Date: April Neg: Tennessee Historical Commission Nashvflle, Tennessee Sn«»d House, Center Street Southeast corner, facing northwest «1 of


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Historic Normandy, Bedford County, Tennessee Unknown Binding – January 1, by Jerry Wayne Cook (Author)Author: Jerry Wayne Cook.

This is a comprehensive history of the little town of Normandy, TN, and the author does a magnificent job of carefully detailing everything from its origin to its present day status.

His information is gleaned from a collective group of elderly residents who have a wealth of stories to add to the book. Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Try it now. No thanks.

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0 Reviews. Tennessee is an extraordinary place, and the residents, natives and ancestors of Bedford County have long treasured their unique Historic Normandy. The county's history and stories passed from one generation to the next; documented with photos that have been stored in dust covered boxes or cluttered attics can now be passed to future generations.5/5(3).

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Bedford County, Tennessee: People from Bedford County, Tennessee, Bell Buckle, Tennessee, Shelbyville, Tennessee, Normandy, Tennessee, Wartrace: LLC Books Format: Print on Demand (Paperback). Normandy Dam Project Frank Hiles Rd. E of Coffee-Bedford County Line, Normandy (Coffee), Tennessee Cascade Distillery Site Western side of Cascade Dr., about miles northwest of the junction with Riley Creek Rd., Normandy (Coffee), Tennessee.

Historic Normandy, Bedford County, Tennessee (Cook, ) [name index] History of Rover and the 10th District of Bedford County: Lest We Forget the People and Things in our Corner of the World [2 vols.] (Rover Historical Society, ) [surname index].

Normandy is located in Bedford County. The following counties adjoin and form the boundaries of Bedford County: Coffee, Lincoln, Marshall, Moore & Rutherford. Below are the counties that are near Normandy. For each of these counties, we show a sample of those communities that are closest to Normandy.

Bibliography of Tennessee Local History Sources > Bedford County PLEASE NOTE that the Tennessee State Library and Archives does not hold copies of all of the items listed in this bibliography. Please check the Tennessee State Library and Archives Online Catalog or visit the Ask Us a Question.

web page to contact the Library and Archives and. bedford county, tennessee marriages complete details & surname index w.p.a. records 39 pages, " x 11", full name index, softcover, reprinted tn, $ bedford county, tennessee bible records, family papers, tombstone records complete details.

Bedford County. The county was created in when the citizens of Rutherford County living south of the Duck River and the Stones River successfully petitioned the governor to split Rutherford County in two.

The new county was named after American Revolutionary War officer and large landowner in the area, Thomas Bedford. Bedford County, Tennessee: Family History Book (Bedford County Historical Society, ) [name index] *. Centennial Celebration, 4th of July,at Shelbyville, Bedford County, Tennessee (Cooper, ) Comin's and Goin's of Flat Creek Boys: The Way Some Country Folks Lived and the Chain of Ownership of the Businesses of Flat Creek, Tennessee (Hix, )*.

Historic Normandy, Bedford County, Tennessee. Normandy: Self-published, Cook, Jerry Wayne. "The Jett Family Brought the First Piano Forte to Shelbyville." a Bedford County Historical Quarterly (): Cook, Jerry Wayne. Normandy is a town in Bedford County, Tennessee, United States.

The population was at the census. Normandy Dam is located just northeast of the town. The town is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as the Normandy Historic : Bedford.

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Bedford County, Tennessee. This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Bedford County, Tennessee, United de and longitude coordinates are provided for many National Register properties and districts; these locations may be seen together.

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was donated to the Bedford County Historical Society by Richard R. Poplin, County Historian. The ledger and other materials relating to Bedford County, were loaned to Tennessee State Library and Archives for microfilming. After filming they were returned to the society.

New Hope Baptist Church Records. Bedford County, 2 vols File Size: KB. Normandy [Bedford County] Note: The GPS coordinates that we are using for Normandy have been provided by the GNIS. The coordinates still need to be verified. Jump to our Gazetteer entry for Normandy; Normandy [Bedford County] lies 19 miles [ km] to the east of Pisgah Cemetery; Jump to Google Maps centered on Normandy.

Bedford County, Tennessee. Absalom Lowe Landis House (House) Normandy Historic District (District) Roughly bounded by Maple and Poplar Sts., Tullahoma Rd., College St., and Old Manchester Rd., Normandy, Tennessee.

River Side Farmhouse (House) Shofner Rd., Shelbyville, Tennessee. Bedford County Historical Information Founded in Early 's. Bedford County is located in the great State of Tennessee, geographically in its southern middle section.

Our population, taken from the Census, is 45, and our county-seat is the City of Shelbyville (cir. ) which was named for Major General Isaac Shelby of Revolutionary War fame and also the State of Kentucky’s first.Bedford County TN Histories and Genealogies.

USA (1,) > Tennessee (37,) > Bedford County () > Bedford County Histories and Genealogies (18). USA (1,) > Tennessee (37,) > Tennessee Histories and Genealogies (1,) > Bedford County Histories and Genealogies (18).

Note: This page primarily lists records kept at the county level. Statewide collections are found .Goodspeed History of Bedford County The History of Bedford County's Name Information on the community of Rover.

An image from Harper's Weekly, Octocaptioned: "Shelbyville, the Only Union Town of Tennessee" Historical Address of Judge H.L. Davidson at the Centennial Celebration of the Tennessee Historical Society, July 4,