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Established January 01, 1824
Disbanded Still Active
Last ModifiedCaprice January 26, 2018 03:15pm
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May 20, 1977 -


McNAIRY lost to CHESTER to accommodate local residents. (Tenn. Acts 1977, 90th assy., pub., ch. 308/p. 762; ch. 309, sec. 1/p. 764; ch. 310/p. 767; ch. 311, sec. 1/p. 769; ch. 312, sec. 1/p. 772)

March 11, 1974 - May 20, 1977


McNAIRY lost to CHESTER to accommodate local residents. (Tenn. Acts 1974, 88th assy., 2d reg. sess., pub., ch. 501, sec. 1/p. 241)

May 03, 1973 - March 11, 1974


McNAIRY lost to CHESTER to accommodate local residents [map depicts net changes in McNAIRY-CHESTER line 1885-1973]. (Tenn. Acts 1973, 88th assy., 1st reg. sess., pub., ch. 149, sec. 1/p. 405)

April 06, 1889 - May 03, 1973


McNAIRY lost to HARDIN to accommodate local residents. (Tenn. Acts 1889, 46th assy., 1st sess., ch. 252/p. 478; ch. 253/p. 478)

April 01, 1882 - April 06, 1889


McNAIRY lost to creation of CHESTER. (Tenn. Acts 1879, 41st assy., 1st sess., ch. 42, secs. 1-2, 4, 15/pp. 59-60, 63; Goodspeed [E], 808; "John Brown et al. v. Joel F. Hamlett et al." in Tenn. Rpts., 76:731-738)

January 01, 1824 - April 01, 1882


McNAIRY created from Non-County Area 14 attached to HARDIN; Non-County Area 14 eliminated. (Tenn. Acts 1823, 15th assy., 1st sess., ch. 96/p. 104 and ch. 206/p. 184)

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