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Before the first bridges were built, early inhabitants of Murray County had to cross streams where the water was relatively shallow. Some of these crossings were named but many were not. Hopefully this list, which was created by computer searching the text of Murray County Heritage, eventually will contain brief information about most of the major named crossings.


Campbells Ford, in Little Murray, on the Conasauga.

Chattanooga Ford, on the Conasauga.

Easley Ford, on Conasauga at Tennga.

Harris Ford, on Conasauga, west of Zion Hill Church.

Hills Ford, in Little Murray, on the Conasauga.

Hogans Ford, on the Conasauga.

Jones Ford, on the Conasauga.

McLoath Ford, on the Coosawattee.

Mills Ford, at Tennga.

Tilton Ford, on the Conasauga.

Town Branch Ford, on Town Branch, Spring Place.

Vickery Ford, below Holly Creek.

Wheats Ford, in Little Murray, on the Conasauga.

Zants Ford, Bull Pen.

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