Cannon County Tennessee
Cannon County was established by the Tennessee state legislature on January 31, 1836. It was formed from portions of Rutherford, Smith, and Warren Counties and was named for then Tennessee governor Newton Cannon. Cannon County is a county located in the U.S. state of Tennessee. As of 2010, the population was 13,861. Its county seat is Woodbury population of 2,680. Cannon County is part of the Nashville-Davidson–Mufreesboro–Franklin Metropolitan Statistical Area. More than half of Cannon County lies in the Central Basin, and the remainder on the Highland Rim. Spurs shoot out from the highlands, forming numerous valleys, through which course mountain streams, giving the county probably as much varied and picturesque scenery as any in the state.