Ogilvie Farm Historical Marker

Address: Hwy 31A College Grove, TN 37046
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Settlers William and Mary Harris Ogilvie and their nine children came to this area via ox wagons from North Carolina in the late 1790s. The site, known as Beech Hill Farm*, is still owned by their descendents, and is one of the stateÂ’s oldest farms remaining within the same family throughout its history. The Ogilvie House is private property and not visible from the road their story is told here, on this marker.

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