1399 Sam Davis Road
Smyrna, TN 37167
1399 SAM DAVIS ROAD
SMYRNA, TN 37167, USA
Website: http://www.samdavishome.org »
The Sam Davis Home is the family home and farm of Tennessee's "Boy Hero of the Confederacy, " Sam Davis. The land consists of 168 acres of the original 830-acre plantation. Sam Davis was serving as a member of the Coleman Scouts when he was captured by the Union army and accused of being a spy. He was executed at age twenty-one in Pulaski, Tenn., but his body was brought back and is now buried at the home in the family cemetery located in the backyard.
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