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Bledsoe County Jail

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Area  less than one acre
Phone  +1 423-447-2197
NRHP Reference #  08001049
Added to NRHP  12 November 2008
Bledsoe County Jail
Location  128 Frazier St., Pikeville, Tennessee
Address  235 Allen P Deakins Rd, Pikeville, TN 37367, USA

The Bledsoe County Jail is a historic jail in Pikeville, Tennessee.

The original building was a brick building with a stone foundation that was completed in 1851. It had a capacity of five prisoners. Renovations made around 1880 included installation of wooden doors, windows, a stairway, and wood floors. The building was expanded with a new stone exterior in 1937. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places, when it was still in active use as Bledsoe County's jail, making it the oldest operating jail in Tennessee. At the time of its National Register listing, it had two stories and held up to nine prisoners.

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Bledsoe County Jail Wikipedia


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