I started with the Loudon County History Project 3 years ago as both a student and a teacher of history. It has been my honor to interview some of the most interested people in Loudon County. Please subscribe to our YouTube Channel for the most up to date interviews as we preserve them for the next generation.
Major General Cardwell is a native of Loudon Tennessee and graduated Magna Cum Laude from Loudon High School in 1980.
Fred Shaver talks about this experience in WWII.
George Kiley, Harold Amburn, Joe Mourfield and Ham Carey discuss the Southern Railway.
Robert Anderson is a Korean War Veteran from Greenback, TN. He shares stories of his experience in the 1950s.
Gerald & Sandra Augustus share a few human interest stories and information from the history book he authored.
Filmed at the Lenoir City Museum, he and Beverly Sweeney (Museum Curator) share some stories relevant to Lenoir City history.
Joyce Blair Fields and Earl Smith remember attending Dunbar School in Loudon, Tennessee.
Chief Warrant Officer 3, Nathan Charles Simpson, speaks about his experiences in the US Army.
Glen Summitt, resident of Loudon, tells about his time in the US Army while serving in Austria.
Interview with Martha Malloy for the Loudon History Project.
Coach Thompson talks about his 39 year career as Loudon High School Baseball Coach from 1975-2014.
Ann Waller Randle, Bob Martin, and Ruth Henderson McQueen talk about growing up in the little town of Philadelphia, TN.
Joe Spence, Paul Roberts, Margie Sartin, Clarence (C.A.) Wilson, and Patsy Hammontree share their memories as long time residents of Lenoir City, Tennessee. Filmed April 2021.
2021 interview with Henry Bolter, Patsy Hammontree, and Jack Hammontree about their memories on Busselltown, Tennessee.
Margie Kelso Watkins, Brenda Tuck Malone and Gary Dutton discuss the Bacon Farm in the Jackson Community in Loudon County, Tennessee.
2022 interview with local personality Marshall Andy, and his memories of Loudon County, Tennessee.
Longest serving POW in US history.
2022 interview with the Guider brothers on growing up in Loudon County, Tennessee and building a life of service there.
Loudon County resident, Joe Alexander, reflects on his life before and after service in Vietnam.