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Hannah W. and Hadley W. brought settlers from Upper East Tennessee to the area via Daniel Boone’s Wilderness Road in 1779. Hadley W. and Hannah built an iron plantation at Cumberland Furnace. John Donelson, a year later, led a group of flat boats up the Cumberland River to French Lick, a French trading settlement that would become Nashville. Moses Renfroe and Joseph Renfroe joined Solomon Turpin and their families at Red Paint Hill when the boats arrived at the Red River. They traveled to Parson's Creek near Port Royal and landed to settle down. Clarksville was designated as a settlement to be settled by part of the soldiers from the disbanded Continental Army, which served under General George Washington during America's Revolutionary War.
The federal government did not have enough funds to pay the soldiers at the end of World War II. Therefore, the Legislature of North Carolina in 1790 designated the lands west of the state line as federal lands that could be used for the land grant program. The area around Clarksville was surveyed and divided into plots. It was then identified as an area that could be settled. As repayment for their service, the land was open to settlement by the eligible families.