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Landmark Plaque Program 

In 1988, the Greene County Heritage Trust initiated the Landmark Plaque Program, which enabled churches, schools, businesses, hospitals, public buildings, and individual property-owners to identify sites of historic interest and significance throughout the county. The bronze plaque bearing the logo of the Greene County Heritage Trust and the words “Greene County Landmark” were available for $40.00.

Included in the program were properties at least 75 years old with some feature that is unique and of historic significance, such as the property’s being a noted person’s home, or the property’s being the site of a historic incident.  Nominations were supported by evidence as to its age and other features.  The property-owner agreed to keep the property in good condition, and in the event the property was sold, the owner agreed to surrender the Landmark Plaque until the property could be reclassified. In 1988, there were 39 participants:



American Calendar Company

Greeneville Machine and Iron Works

Jeffers Mortuary

Opera House/Auditorium



Greeneville Cumberland Presbyterian Church

Ebenezer Methodist Church (Chuckey)

First Presbyterian Church of Greeneville

Wesley’s Chapel United Methodist Church

Zion United Methodist Church



Elmwood Farm (Chuckey)

Seven Springs Farm (Mosheim)

Whispering Hills Farm (Baileyton Road)

Woolsey Farm (Baileyton)



Andrew Dickson Susong Home (Warrensburg)

Bon Air

Boxwood Manor

Hill Top

James Lowery Home

Major James G. Reaves Home

Rumbough-Hacker House

Valentine Sevier Home (North Main Street)

Valentine Sevier Home (South Main Street)



Chuckey Depot

Dickson-Williams Mansion

Drake-Brown House

Earnest Fort

Harmon’s Playground

John Dickson’s Mansion (Lancaster’s Jewelers/Adams & Plucker CPA)

Mohawk Depot

Oak Grove Cemetery



Blue Springs Spring House (Mosheim)

Greene County Stone Gaol

Lutheran Log Church (St. James Community)

Quaker Knob Church (Rheatown)

Samuel Doak Homestead (Tusculum)

Replica of State of Franklin Capitol

The Big Spring



Midway School

Roby Fitzgerald School