The Fayette County Historical Society will be holding its 3rd Annual Quilt Show during the Ames Plantation Heritage Festival in Grand Junction, Tennessee on October 11, 2014 from 9am until 5pm. The FCHS is looking for quilts of any size, … Continue reading
“WOMEN OF FAYETTE COUNTY” is a new Facebook series featured by The Fayette County Historical Society to celebrate and honor women who through their character, determination and commitment have made a significant impact not only in our community but in other … Continue reading
The Annual Meeting of the Fayette County Historical Society will be held on Saturday, April 12, 2014. The meeting will take place at the First Presbyterian Church at 12940 South Main Street in Somerville, Tennessee beginning at 10am. Annual dues … Continue reading
Watch for the new “FAYETTE COUNTY FACTS” posts on our FACEBOOK page! These posts include photographs and interesting information regarding the history of our great community.
The Fayette County Historical Society is proud to announce that their Vice President, Mrs. Joy Rosser has been appointed to the position of Fayette County Historian. Better known as a “Walking History Book,” Mrs. Rosser is considered the foremost authority … Continue reading
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The Fayette County Historical Society’s Facebook was launched Friday, June 12, 2013. The new social media page will be used to showcase wonderful photographs and feature historical content about Fayette County, and hopes to improve community outreach and involvement with the … Continue reading
The Fayette County Historical Society will launch a Facebook page. No date has been set, but Cindy Matlock, FCHS Treasurer expects the site to be operating within the next 30 days. We hope this will heighten awareness of the website … Continue reading