James County Courthouse

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James County Courthouse
James County Courthouse
James County Courthouse in 2010
Location Ooltewah, Tennessee
Coordinates 35°4.300′N 85°3.621′W / 35.071667°N 85.060350°W / 35.071667; -85.060350Coordinates: 35°4.300′N 85°3.621′W / 35.071667°N 85.060350°W / 35.071667; -85.060350
Built 1913
NRHP Reference # 76001782

The James County Courthouse is a historic building located in Ooltewah, Tennessee. It was built in 1913 as the third courthouse of the now defunct James County.[1] It continued to function in that capacity until 1919, when James County went bankrupt and was absorbed by Hamilton County.[1] In 1976, the building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.[2] The building was privately purchased in 2000 and is used as the Mountain Oaks Wedding Chapel.[3]

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