-Professional Baseball Player, Robert Allen Dickey was born on October 29th, 1974 in Nashville. His debut game was played on on April 22nd, 2001.
-Highland Chapel Union Church, built in 1905, was listed in National Register of Historic Places on October 29th, 1991.Locally it is also known as Highland Chapel and was originally built in a beech grove just across from the O'Bryan house in Ridgetop.
On October 30th, 1945 the Children's Museum Opens for Business in a building that once held classes for the University of Nashville.
-St Mary's Catholic Church, the first permanent Roman Catholic Church in Tennessee and Nashville is completed in 1847 and dedicated on October 31st.
-Baseball Player Herbert (Hub) Rodney Perdue also known as The Gallatin Squash died on October 31st of 1968 in Gallatin.
-Berry Field was dedicated on November 1st ,1936.
-The first weather report from the Nashville Weather Service was sent on the morning of November 1, 1870.
James Knox Polk, the eleventh President of the United States and former governor of Tennessee was born on November 2, 1795.
On November 3rd, 1983 the Nashville Network begins airing on cable TV.
-Erik Norgard, veteran NFL center/guard for the Houston and Tennessee Oilers, was born on November 4th, 1965.
-Former Governor, Frank Goad Clement, died in an automobile accident on November 4, 1969. He is buried at the Dickson Memorial Gardens.
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