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Washington County 
Cabindale Road 
Gray, TN 37615

Historical Significance:

William Bean was an early (1769) settler in Northeast, TN. After constructing a cabin on the banks of the Watauga River he brought his family here. His wife gave birth to a son, Russell, soon after moving here. This was the first recorded birth of a white child to permanent settlers west of the Appalachian Mountains.

Acknowledgements: The William Bean Cabin site landmark is owned, operated, and maintained by the John Sevier Chapter, NSDAR, which is open and free to the public.
Form Submitted By: John Sevier Chapter, NSDAR 5/30/2011