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Trousdale County
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Trousdale County was founded in 1870. It was named in honor of Gov. William Trousdale. He served with Andrew Jackson at Pensacola and New Orleans. He commanded the 14th U. S. Infantry in the Mexican War. Was promoted to rank of brigadier general for gallantry. Then served as Governor from 1849-1851, later to become the U. S. minister to Brazil.



ONLINE DATA

Biographies

Birth Records

Cemeteries

Census

Death Records
1908-1912

History of Trousdale

Military Records

NEWS & GOSSIP

Obituaries



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HARTVILLE
Court House



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