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Lick Creek

 
 

Lick Creek is west and a little north of Greeneville, in the northwest corner of present day Greene County, Tennessee and runs to the northeast corner of the county.

New Hope Monthly Meeting built a church on Lick Creek.

 
 
Settlers before 1800    
Carter, John    
Conway Henry mouth  
Conway, George mouth  
Conway, William mouth  
Crumley, William Roaring Fork  
Doty, Azariah Horse Camp Fork  
English, James headwaters  
Gass, Jacob Clay Branch  
Hardin, Joseph Roaring Fork  
Malone, George both sides  
Morris, Gideon    
Patterson, James    
Stanfield, Thomas Roaring Fork  
Waggoner, George    
Webster, William both sides  
 
 

 

 
 

 

 
     
 

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