FAMILY HISTORIES OF
PERSONS BURIED AT
GREENWOOD CEMETERY
CLARKSVILLE, TENNESSEE

ADOLPH HACH

Section 10

1. Tobacconist Adolph Hach came early in the century (1900ís) to Cíville where he reared his family on Greenwood Ave.

2. He owned a St. Bernard named Bruno who carried on his back a monkey named Chico...all over town.

3. Adolph Hach is credited with having the first private swimming pool in Cíville.

4. His home on Greenwood (across from the high school) was built by Cave Johnsonís son, Polk Grundy, who first married Emma Robb, then Nannie Tyler, sister to judge Charles Tyler.
 

Information used on the Greenwood Historic Tour of 2001.  Site location information may be found on the Greenwood Cemetery site.

Submitted by Randall Rubel  e-mail: RRUBEL@peoplepc.com


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