Tate Springs Estate Early 1800's

Tate Springs Estate Early 1800's (HM2MMW)

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N 34° 51.904', W 87° 35.153'

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Known for its mineral springs and prominent grist mill, this estate was part of the large reserve set aside by the 1798 Tellico Treaty for Cherokee Indian Chief Doublehead. John Reuben Hough was an early settler of Major Donelson's party and according to local understanding, John B. Hough married Ophelia, daughter of Chief Doublehead. Their daughter, Eliza (Elizabeth) Hough married John S. Tate. They built their early home at this site in 1818 surrounded by approximately 3,400 acres. This site is also the origination of Hough road which runs west into Florence.
Tate Springs Estate has remained in the Tate family, descendants of Chief Doublehead, through the Lake E. Tate family.
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HM NumberHM2MMW
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Placed ByErected by John L. Tate & Family
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Date Added Monday, November 4th, 2019 at 10:01pm PST -08:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)16S E 446449 N 3858236
Decimal Degrees34.86506667, -87.58588333
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 34° 51.904', W 87° 35.153'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds34° 51' 54.24" N, 87° 35' 9.1799999999999" W
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