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The Franklin Cumberland Presbyterian Church was organized about 1871; this building dates to 1876. Prior to its construction, the congregation met first at the Baptist Church, then at a female academy, then at the Masonic Lodge.
Peter Williams built this house in 1819 for his personal residence. The subdivision of Hincheyville was established in 1819 and the Williams home was the first brick house to be built. The original house was a two-story brick structure with a semi-detached kitchen.
The Natchez Trace Parkway, a 444-mile national scenic byway and National Park, closely follows the course of the ancient trace traveled for centuries by tradesmen and Native Americans from Natchez, Mississippi to Nashville, Tennessee passing through Williamson County.
The Feed Mill, an Amish Country Market and is known for the "Buggy Wheel Sammich". The Buggy Wheel is Smoked Turkey, Baby Swiss, Amish strawberry Jalapeño Jam, Lettuce , Mayo on Fresh Amish Bread. original farm tables. The Feed Mill is also known for its Chicken Salad.