101 responses to Tennessee Amish

  • Bill
    Comment on Tennessee Amish (October 11th, 2010 at 12:26)

    other settlement info would be helpful

  • Comment on Tennessee Amish (November 11th, 2010 at 07:17)

    Hi Bill, could you elaborate? Here’s the directory with info for settlements in all Amish states: http://amishamerica.com/amish-state-guide/

    • Comment on Tennessee Amish (September 6th, 2011 at 19:54)

      Ethridge Tn "Old Order Amish"

      HI, my name is Donna Corbin and I live among the Ethridge “Old Order” Amish. I really admire and respect them and their believes. I deal and do business with them all the time and for the most part you can take whatever they say to the bank. You don’t need their signature on a piece of paper. Every man has his own trade and craft. Makes great neighbors and I never have to raise a garden. Everything I need is just right next door or down the road. Great place to live! And just to clarify, there is 5000 plus Amish in Ethridge, Tn.

      Tennessee Amish

      • Amanda Sutherland
        Comment on Tennessee Amish (November 18th, 2011 at 14:16)

        Ethridge, Tn "Old Order Amish"

        Hi, I live in North Georgia near Chattanooga, Tn and have seen several Old Order Amish in our local Wal-Mart and was wondering if anyone knew of an Amish community near our area? I would love to find out. I absolutely respect their sense of community, family, and culture. Thank you.


        • Lettie Burress
          Comment on Tennessee Amish (January 14th, 2012 at 19:37)

          Amish in Chattanooga area

          Amanda, you have probably seen some of the Amish community from Benton, TN. They are not far from Chattanooga and I could easily imagine them going to the area you indicated.

          • Courtney
            Comment on Tennessee Amish (April 14th, 2013 at 07:07)

            Delano Mennonites

            The community outside of Benton are Mennonites. They have a small farmer’s market and make mini-barns. Be sure to dress conservatively if you visit :)

            • Terrie
              Comment on Tennessee Amish (July 7th, 2013 at 11:29)

              Metal Roof

              We are in need of a metal roof on our home in the Cosby TN area.
              Does anyone know of Amish is this area who does this kind of work?

        • Wilson, Robert
          Comment on Tennessee Amish (March 18th, 2012 at 08:12)

          Amish elsewhere in Tennessee

          Yes, there are other settlements not mentioned on this site. The closet one to the Chatt area that I know of is at Delano, about 70 miles south of Knoxville on US 411. They have even developed an off-spring near the community of Englewood

        • Comment on Tennessee Amish (July 5th, 2012 at 11:03)

          Amish near Madisonville,TN

          There are some Amish that my husband told me about near Madisonville,TN.I also heard about some that are in Delano,TN.Hope that helps you out!

        • Clifford
          Comment on Tennessee Amish (September 16th, 2012 at 17:16)

          There is an Amish community in Delano, Tennessee just north of Ocoee and Benton, Tennessee. They sell produce at the Delano Community Market on Needle Eye Rd, just off of Delano Rd off Hwy 411 You can find more information on the internet.

        • Matthew
          Comment on Tennessee Amish (September 28th, 2013 at 20:58)

          Amish in ga

          If you are in Dalton or Calhoun ga you are seeing the Mennonites from the Calhoun ga community

      • Cathy Kelly
        Comment on Tennessee Amish (May 17th, 2012 at 22:16)

        Hi Donna,

        I had to have a Black Walnut cut down several years ago and had it cut into rough planks. I’d like some furniture made from it. Can you give my information to someone who might be interested in doing it? Or forward their information? My email is cathy@cedarmontfarm.com.

        Thank you so much!
        Cathy Kelly

        • LLW
          Comment on Tennessee Amish (May 21st, 2012 at 07:59)

          Black Walnut


          I had a Black Walnut Bedroom suite done by Andy Hostetler,he is at 3575 Buffalo Rd, Summertown, Tn (which is Ethridge) he is #7 on the map you get at the Welcome Center. You will not be disappointed with his craftmenship.

          • CONCERNED
            Comment on Tennessee Amish (November 17th, 2012 at 00:38)


            • Comment on Tennessee Amish (November 19th, 2012 at 12:27)

              Amish furniture delivery

              I understand you might be feeling antsy…I have no idea which particular business or community you are referring to, but if you want, my 2 cents: Since it is technically still the fall for another month, it sounds like you are still within the promised time frame. However, if you are truly concerned, why not give a call, if you have a phone#, or send a letter of your own?

              It’s possible this person got behind in their work. Amish businesses tend not to be so formal and bureaucratic, so you don’t necessarily get progress updates on a regular basis as you might expect with other companies. I would guess you haven’t been forgotten but it might be worth checking into for your own peace of mind.

              Tennessee Amish

              • LLW
                Comment on Tennessee Amish (November 19th, 2012 at 12:30)

                Amish don’t have phones, but, if paid him, I feel sure that you will get a letter within the next few months.

                • Comment on Tennessee Amish (November 19th, 2012 at 12:40)

                  Generally many Amish do have phone access but if you are talking about the conservative people at Ethridge TN that is less likely to be an option. If I were you I would send a letter myself, if for nothing but peace of mind.

              • Teresa Cartwright
                Comment on Tennessee Amish (December 1st, 2012 at 20:41)

                Amish Furniture

                Amish Furniture is well made and well worth the wait. Several years ago, I ordered an Oak Bedroom set. I waited about two years for this. I was in Graduate school at the time so I was in no hurry. The pieces of the bedroom set survived the May 2010 Nashville Flood. We took Orange Oil to bring the furniture back to life after a river came thru our home in Bellevue.

            • Teresa Cartwright
              Comment on Tennessee Amish (January 21st, 2013 at 22:04)

              Amish Furniture Delivery

              If I were you I would send the individual a letter to inquire about when your furniture will be ready.If I were not orginally from Lawrence County I would be concerned about the six month time frame. Crops, etc are usually more of a priority to the Amish. However, you do need to know when your furniture will be ready. I would send the furniture maker a letter to inquire about when your furniture will be ready. When you send the letter to request this information, I would include a self addressed stamped envelope so that the builder can get the information to you quickly. Hope these suggestions are helpful.

              Tennessee Amish

            • Melanie
              Comment on Tennessee Amish (April 12th, 2013 at 20:44)

              Do you have an address? Many times the Amish are overloaded with orders, or they have their own work to do but they are very honest. Please write to them and you will get a reply.

        • Comment on Tennessee Amish (September 21st, 2013 at 16:25)


          If the wood is still available, I can help. I am located outside of Sevierville, TN. 865-214-2102 or joe@faithinwood.com

      • Molly
        Comment on Tennessee Amish (January 22nd, 2013 at 13:14)

        Stay with the Amish

        I am trying to find someway to stay in any part of the Etheridge Amish country. I have a very deep desire to connect with the area. Does anyone know of a family that would be willing to have an outsider visit? I can only afford a long weekend, but would like to experience the full life. I dont want electric, etc. If anyone has any information I would appreciate it.

      • Ann
        Comment on Tennessee Amish (February 14th, 2013 at 21:02)

        Saddle repair

        Do you recommend someone to repair/restore western saddles?

        • Melanie
          Comment on Tennessee Amish (April 12th, 2013 at 20:48)

          Amos repairs saddles and restores leather goods. He is on Muckle Branch Road in Ethridge. You’ll have to follow the signs or get an Amish map.

      • carl hardeman
        Comment on Tennessee Amish (March 26th, 2013 at 11:36)

        how to contact about selling in Collierville TN

        Please contact me if you want to sell your products in a local meat market in Collierville TN.
        Carl Hardeman 901-485-6910 cwhardeman@yahoo.com

      • pat griggs
        Comment on Tennessee Amish (June 14th, 2013 at 09:32)

        Walnut wood

        Can visitors buy walnut wood in Ethridge , tn from the Amish ? Looking to buy a load , Thanks patgriggs107@aol.com

      • Di
        Comment on Tennessee Amish (February 23rd, 2014 at 11:33)

        Cedar Trees to be given to the Amish

        I have a lot of cedar trees that need to be cut. Just need to cut and clean up after.

    • Art
      Comment on Tennessee Amish (January 19th, 2013 at 00:18)

      Just wanted to ask you a question "Erik"

      I wanted to just ask you a short question; As
      I’m glad to see settlement of Amish in Ethridge
      TN. I’m from TN myself and wanted to just
      Know how the communities in Ethridge are
      doing, and is there some Mennonites within
      That Amish Settlement?
      I’ve always appreciated and respected both
      Amish/Mennonites due to thier commitment
      To God. I know no one is perfect and that
      There is problems that sometimes occur,
      Same as the English culture. I’m 51 years old
      And was recently discouraged not being able
      To become Amish/Mennonite due to my Army
      Service, even though I never served in war
      Time? I served at an early age, but was told
      By a Bishop & the Ordung that I cannot become
      Amish? I speak fluent German but, not PA Dutch
      Dialect, I don’t use a lot of new world technology
      Like computers, tv, radio ect., I do sometimes
      Use a smartphone that I’m on now only for
      Minimal usage.
      Anyways, hope all is well with you and your
      Answers would be much appreciated.
      God Blessings,
      P.S. you can email me directly if you choose
      To do so? amabeejr@gmail.com

      Tennessee Amish

      • Comment on Tennessee Amish (January 22nd, 2013 at 13:15)

        Art the long-established Ethridge community seems to be steady or growing, and there may very well be Mennonite churches in the vicinity, as is often the case near sizeable Amish communities, but I haven’t investigated it. I know of at least one Amish person who joined the church following military experience.

        • Arthur
          Comment on Tennessee Amish (January 23rd, 2013 at 00:05)

          Thank You Erik

          Wanted to say thank you for your response,
          you see some English people call me a wierdo
          or outsider because I follow the bible very
          strictly: since I don’t use a lot of worldly things
          and they think I love people too much. I feel
          very left out, even though I did serve in the Army
          to show my commitment to my country. I never
          served in war time and I’m a very peaceful
          Person, avoiding all confrontations. My belief
          is to not use the police or sue someone just
          because some owe me; I just forget about it
          and move on. I have turned my other cheek
          If someone hits me, because that’s how I
          Interpret the bible and, also Gods desire to
          show love anyways.
          I in fact had more German friends when I served
          In the Army, than English friends. I learned
          the German language well but, like I said I don’t
          Know how hard the PA Dutch dialect would be
          to learn? I want to thank you again for your answers
          and will make contact with some in Ethridge, TN,
          may be they can give me some insights?
          God’s Blessings to you Erik,
          Bros. Art

          Tennessee Amish

          • Danica Baker
            Comment on Tennessee Amish (April 2nd, 2013 at 09:25)

            Blessed Beyond Measure

            Bro. Art,
            Thank you for reminding me to stand my ground no matter what! Teaching summer camp this year and that is the theme, “Stand Your Ground”.
            I am very interested in the Amish communities. I was raised to believe that the church I was in was the only way to heaven. I have come to know Jesus personally and I love to find more people that love Him.
            I am also interested in visiting a community.

            Tennessee Amish

  • Julie S.
    Comment on Tennessee Amish (January 17th, 2011 at 19:06)

    Hello, I live near the Amish Comm. in Ethridge. We go often to by different things from them. We have made some real good friends. I love going! I really enjoyed your page about the Tenn Amish. Most of the time when I read about Amish in different places Ethridge isn’t even mentioned. Thanks for writing about them.

  • Bridget Smith
    Comment on Tennessee Amish (February 1st, 2011 at 20:40)

    Looking for amish quilt/crafts auctions in Tenn. Please feel free to comment or give info. tx.

    Comment on Tennessee Amish (April 17th, 2011 at 21:56)


    I VISITED ETHRIDGE THIS past November with some of my church members. We took a buggy ride, and stopped at several homes. This was very enjoyable, but felt we missed some of the area Are there any shops which sell amish quilts and items? Some of the ladies who missed the trip is asking me to take them.

  • Comment on Tennessee Amish (April 18th, 2011 at 17:00)

    Tennessee Amish quilts

    Regeana, there are a lot of shops which sell baskets, rugs, and so on. You definitely do have some quilt business as well; it’s not going to be like Lancaster County, but there should be some.

    The thing to do is to stop by the “Amish Welcome Center” near the main drag at the center of the community. They have free maps listing Amish businesses. There are quite a few, around five dozen Amish homes at Ethridge have some sort of business, so definitely worth having the map.

    Also, if you haven’t seen it, try this post on the Ethridge Amish: http://amishamerica.com/the-amish-of-ethridge-tennessee/

    Tennessee Amish

    • Comment on Tennessee Amish (December 31st, 2011 at 17:36)

      Quilts in Ethridge, TN

      Authentic Amish Handmade quilts are available at 4111 Highway 43N in Ethridge, TN. We are located one mile north of the Welcome Center on the left and are open Monday thru Saturday 9-5.

  • cindy
    Comment on Tennessee Amish (June 1st, 2011 at 02:27)

    can you tell me if you have a inn

    we like to know if they have a inn we could stay at and do so me chores with them and could you send me a map telling how to get there from hixson tennessee to you ll thanks cindy

  • Comment on Tennessee Amish (June 21st, 2011 at 19:13)

    I have visited the Amish in Lawrenceberg and had a wonderful and eye-opening time. I posted some pictures of the trip on my blog. http://shabbysoul.blogspot.com/2011/05/amish-in-lawrenceburg-tennessee.html

  • LLW
    Comment on Tennessee Amish (September 1st, 2011 at 14:37)

    Ethridge Amish

    I have spend many days visiting the Amish in Ethridge. I have composed my own map detailing specific items. The map at the Welcome station is good but needs to be updated. If you visit, the best thing to do is get the map and just drive and read the signs in front of their homes. You just drive up and someone will come out.

  • Robert Baker
    Comment on Tennessee Amish (September 6th, 2011 at 19:00)

    Split Rails

    I looking for hand-split fence rails by the Amish in Tennessee. Robert

  • Amanda Sutherland
    Comment on Tennessee Amish (November 18th, 2011 at 14:25)

    can you tell me if you have a inn

    Have you found out any information on an inn in Ethridge? I would love to have that experience as well. If anyone else has any information about the Ethridge Amish I would love to hear about it. Also, when is the best time of year to go for a visit? I do not want to only have a view of the “commercial Amish” or touristy Amish but the real day to day life of an Amish family experience. Thanks.

    Tennessee Amish

    • LLW
      Comment on Tennessee Amish (November 18th, 2011 at 15:38)

      Inn in Ethridge

      Amanda, There is not really an Inn in Ehtridge, we stay at the Richland Inn in Lawrenceburg which is just a few miles from Ethridge. There is nothing”commercial” about these Amish, when it comes to there home life they are very private. You can go anytime of the year and see different things going on.

  • Amanda Sutherland
    Comment on Tennessee Amish (November 21st, 2011 at 18:18)

    Inn in Ethridge

    LLW, Thank you for your information. I understand they are a very private people and I do respect them for that. Maybe one day I will have the opportunity to become friends with someone in the community. I hope anyway. If you have any other information you would like to share I would love to know about it.
    Thanks again,

  • Kelly Hogeland
    Comment on Tennessee Amish (February 6th, 2012 at 18:31)

    Summer camp??

    My friend was telling me about tge Amish offers a week with tge Amish and live their life style.. We can’t find any information on this and was wondering if it was offered if there is such thing offered in Laweranceburg, Tennessee?? There would be three of us.. But we were really hoping to go just to see how they lived and everything
    Any information would help

  • Connie
    Comment on Tennessee Amish (March 10th, 2012 at 16:09)

    Local Amish Communities

    I’m wondering if there are any East TN Amish/Mennonite communitites. I have heard some Amish or Mennonites live in Monroe Co. TN. Do they and do they have shops/stores where I could buy their homemade items?

    • Wilson, Robert
      Comment on Tennessee Amish (March 18th, 2012 at 08:21)

      Connie, after becoming interested in the Amish and their ways of living, we soon discovered a small community in Polk County in Delano, TN. Look for their sign about Farm Produce that stands on US 411 just south of Delano. It is on the same road that access a winery. Take the first right hand turn, pass under a railroad tunnel and you are there. Unsure as to the order, but they are very conservative, yet friendly. The road is called Needle Eye Lane. Do not wear shorts or sleeveless clothes.
      There are several other Amish/Mennonite settlements on the Cumberland Plateau near Crossville. If you subscribed to The Budget (their communications network newspaper) you will discover several more.

      Tennessee Amish

  • Cameron
    Comment on Tennessee Amish (April 5th, 2012 at 20:39)

    Where in Ethridge?

    If I were interested in becoming part of the Amish myself, where in Ethridge would I go to talk to someone, if they would even be willing to accept me that is?

  • Beverly Phillips
    Comment on Tennessee Amish (April 9th, 2012 at 10:25)


    I would like to know when I could come to Ethridge to buy



  • Lattice
    Comment on Tennessee Amish (April 9th, 2012 at 10:35)


    With nice weather, like Tennessee is enjoying, strawberries will be available in abundance the first three weeks in May, some late Apr, some through June. Yummy!

  • Julie
    Comment on Tennessee Amish (May 21st, 2012 at 09:26)

    Animal Sale

    Wondering if you know about an Amish animal sale held in Delano, TN? Date/time/animals sold? Thanks so much.

  • LLW
    Comment on Tennessee Amish (May 21st, 2012 at 09:27)

    Never heard of one

  • Mindy Frey
    Comment on Tennessee Amish (August 26th, 2012 at 21:28)

    Just visited Delano, TN Farmers Market

    I just visited the Delano market in Polk County Tennessee this week! My Mom, sister and I went on a Wednesday and hit the jackpot. The fresh, homemade breads and bakery items were amazing! I bought tomato bread, pickled beets (to die for if you like them!)peanut butter cookies and fresh turnip greens. Oh, and the cinnamom roll was better than Cinnabon! They have tons of fresh produce, jams, jelly, sorgum molasses, honey, laundry detergent, soaps in all scents, brooms, horse tack, and one Saturday a month, live animal sales. They do ask with several signs that you be dresses properly, which includes no low cut tops or stap tops as the sign says. They are conservative but friendly, and will answer any questions you have. Have cash handy as they dont have electricity, so no debit machines. It is really neat looking out the back windows at the horse and buggies they have parked out there. If you are in the area, give them a try. You wont be sorry.

    Tennessee Amish

  • Bonita
    Comment on Tennessee Amish (October 13th, 2012 at 00:18)

    Amish in Spencer TN

    I will be visitng and lodging in Spencer TN at the end of the month.Could you tell me if there is any amish communities close to spencer and if so where and how far from spencer?

    Thank you for your help.

  • Maria Burnett
    Comment on Tennessee Amish (November 13th, 2012 at 16:02)

    carpenter for barn contruction

    we live in Franklin Tn and we are looking for an amish carpenter to build and add to an exsisting barn, can you refer me to or send me contact info of someone who does this type work there in Etheridge Tn
    Maria Burnett

    • Brenda
      Comment on Tennessee Amish (November 21st, 2012 at 10:40)

      Maria, I will be happy to give your name/number to my friend, Levi Yoder, from Huntingdon, TN. He has a large Amish construction business, and they do awesome work!! He hires a driver to get to the job sites.

      • Maria
        Comment on Tennessee Amish (November 21st, 2012 at 10:42)

        amish construction

        That would be awesome, Thank you so much !!

      • Maria
        Comment on Tennessee Amish (December 3rd, 2012 at 14:30)

        I would love to have Levi’s number. Thanks

      • Doug Brown
        Comment on Tennessee Amish (February 26th, 2013 at 21:13)

        Levi Yoder

        I am interested in contacting Levi Yoder to discuss possibly doing a roof job in suburban Nashville. If you can get me a contact number for him, I would be most appreciative. We bought an outbuilding from Amish in Ohio about 18 years ago, and it was absolutely built like a Sherman tank. I have heard nothing but good reports about both Amish and Mennoites who go outside their communities to do work.

        Thanks for your help.

        Tennessee Amish

  • Maggie Austen
    Comment on Tennessee Amish (November 13th, 2012 at 16:16)

    Carpenter for barn construction

    Maria, The Amish in Ethridge are not allowed to travel outside their community (horse and buggy distance) to work. I would recommend calling Summetown Medals as they have contacts in Mennonite communities who can travel in vechicles. Summertown is just north of Ethridge. Their number is 931-796-1521. John or Eric Stoll and Perry Miller were extremely helpful when we were building.

  • LLW
    Comment on Tennessee Amish (November 14th, 2012 at 08:54)

    Headed to Ethridge this weekend to pick up my new bar stools, dining chairs and oak desk chair. Can’t wait to get to paradise, love that place.

  • Elisheba
    Comment on Tennessee Amish (January 10th, 2013 at 12:05)


    I visited Lancaster recently and hd thermos Amazing old, especially yogurt from an Amish neighbor. I wa wondering If u all know any one who sells their homemade unpasturized yogurt here in Tn. I’m in Nashville

  • Michele Lanius
    Comment on Tennessee Amish (January 10th, 2013 at 14:54)

    amish furniture makers

    Mr. Hostetler lives in Summertown @ 3575 Buffalo Rd. 38483 not Ethridge, does beautiful work! There is also Mr. Byler @ 36 N. Old Military, Summertown 38483 that makes furniture. If you write them they will reply. Hope this helps!

  • Faith
    Comment on Tennessee Amish (January 30th, 2013 at 04:07)


    I bought some square bales of hay sold by a Amish company in Tennessee.I was wondering if anyone knows where I can get more.my cell is 5738384135.My email is altamiranomfd@yahoo.com.Thank you so much

  • Sue
    Comment on Tennessee Amish (February 26th, 2013 at 08:47)

    2013 Consignment Auction

    what date is the Fall 2013 consignment auction?

  • chad powers
    Comment on Tennessee Amish (March 9th, 2013 at 10:05)

    lawenceburg tn amish stud cutting

    Does any one know a address in lawenceburg tn amish that cuts studs

  • Kevin
    Comment on Tennessee Amish (March 9th, 2013 at 19:16)

    in search of stantonville amish

    I hope to purchase a shed and grain from the Amish and like to contact them how would I do that? Stantonville Tennessee that is. As they r known here as having fine product and fair price

  • Comment on Tennessee Amish (March 12th, 2013 at 11:38)

    Amish Pen Pal

    Would love to have an Amish pen pal if anyone knows of one willing. I am a Christian and mother of 3 and married. I love to read,garden,and write letters the “old fashioned” way! :)

    • Katie Wile
      Comment on Tennessee Amish (November 10th, 2013 at 07:52)

      I am also looking for Amish Pen Pal...

      Hi I am a married lady living in Newbern, Tennessee and I am also looking for an Amish Pen Pal. I love anything about the Amish. I am learning to hand quilt and I would love to have a pen pal to discuss things with. I am actually only a few miles from Kentucky.

      If anyone is interested or knows anyone that would like to be pen pals with an older (51 years) lady, who has much in common with them please let me know.

      I am enclosing my address:

      Katie W.
      104 E. College Street
      Newbern, Tn. 38059

      Tennessee Amish

  • Tamara
    Comment on Tennessee Amish (March 31st, 2013 at 12:07)

    We are moving to the eastern TN area and want to live near an Amish community. Does anyone know of one in that area? Between Chattanooga and Knoxville?

    • LizzyD
      Comment on Tennessee Amish (April 10th, 2013 at 07:10)

      Amish Communities between Chattanooga and Knoxville

      There are two Amish communities in this area. One is in Delano off Hwy 411 in Polk county. The other one is on County Road 422 between Niota and Englewood in McMinn county.

      • Marcel
        Comment on Tennessee Amish (April 12th, 2013 at 08:50)

        Amish in Englewood off county road 422

        I’d like to know more about the amish mentioned by one poster in Englewood. I was recently told by the guy that owns the market/deli in Greenback,Tn , right on hey 411 that the children from the Delano amish bought a farm near him and started having their own farmers market on saturdays. Can anyone confirm this ? Is this the same group as the amish who are on county road 422 ?
        I’d like more directions to their place if they have produce,etc to buy.

        Tennessee Amish

  • Comment on Tennessee Amish (April 4th, 2013 at 03:14)

    Delano market visit,finally!

    My husband and I went to the Delano Market on the 29th and loved it!It was smaller than what I imagined but growing up 3 hours away from Holmes County,OH,it was a little different than what I expected at the Delano market,but still absolutely incredible!Is it normal to pay 4 or 5 dollars for a dozen cookies?We didn’t buy any,I was just curious.

  • Comment on Tennessee Amish (April 4th, 2013 at 03:23)

    Polk County,TN

    I live in Polk County,TN and know of an Amish community in Delano,TN.We go down through Tellico Plains,TN to get there.I’ll need to ask my husband about the specific directions,but I’ll get them for you.Hope you enjoy our part of the state while you’re here!

  • Tom
    Comment on Tennessee Amish (April 9th, 2013 at 12:00)

    Amish community near to opry mills

    someone can help me with the nearest Amish Community to Opry mills in Nashville TN that i can go to visit there ?


  • Sherri DioGuardi
    Comment on Tennessee Amish (April 13th, 2013 at 15:26)

    Need construction help in Benton County, Tn

    Hi. I have a log cabin that needs repair work on eaves, external loft, and possibly roof replacement. As I am seasonal resident (only there throughout summer and during Christmas), I always have difficult time finding reliable, quality workers. I was told by neighbors that I should try to find Mennonite workers, but I do not know how. Can anyone help me by giving me contact name? I am more than willing to pay fair price. My main concern is fixing/preserving my beloved seasonal home. Thanks in advance for any information. ~Sherri


    Tennessee Amish

  • Bernice
    Comment on Tennessee Amish (June 3rd, 2013 at 04:00)

    Living in Clarksville TN / KY surrounding area

    I noticed no mention of the Amish/Mennonites living close to Clarksville and surrounding KY area. They are very friendly people selling the best furniture and buildings (sheds) I have owned one for about 15 years and really expect it to last a lifetime. Though they venture out some in cars and some in horse and buggy to store and restaurants they stay to themselves except when they sell their produce mostly on side of roads and in their communities.

    Tennessee Amish

  • Traceyj
    Comment on Tennessee Amish (August 7th, 2013 at 13:47)

    going to visit this friday

    I am going to take my family to lawrencburg and ethridge this Friday. I was told by my dad that I needed to go see Mrs. Gingridge (spell check)on Baffalo Road for pies at her home and to the Duster making mans house on Brace Road. Are these Road names correct and also. I would like to take my two boys age ten on a wagon ride and to see a living family house. Is this possible? Thank you in advance for your help.

    Tennessee Amish

    • Maggie Austen
      Comment on Tennessee Amish (August 8th, 2013 at 09:17)

      In and around Ethridge

      The lady on Buffalo Road is Mrs. Lizzie Gingerich – name on the mailbox is Menno E Gingerich. They have a small store in the back. Don’t know which direction you are coming from, but if it is from the south you will pass an old dairy operation on the right and it would be up from that on the left. Coming down from the north, it would be past Oaks store on the right. The riding duster is off South Brace on Amish Lane – easiest way from Lizzie is to go down Brooks Hughes (almost directly across the street) follow it till you cross the RR tracks and turn left, make the next left (crossing the RR tracks again) and continue a mile or so. Amish Lane will be on the right. Cross the RR tracks again (I am not kidding) and continue on their very long lane to the white house up on the hill which you can see as soon as you enter their lane.

      Tennessee Amish

      • Tracey jinks
        Comment on Tennessee Amish (August 8th, 2013 at 11:54)


        Thank u so much also do u have a subjection on what buggy ride is the best? And any notes on where to go or not go thanks again

        • Maggie Austen
          Comment on Tennessee Amish (August 8th, 2013 at 22:05)

          Ethridge Wagon Tour

          There is only one wagon tour now that Jerry’s has gone out of business. It starts at the Amish Welcome Center on the corner of Brewer Road and Highway 43. You will be able to see the outside of Amish farms and maybe a shop/business, but not go into their homes. Also, photos are not allowed.

  • Katie
    Comment on Tennessee Amish (August 8th, 2013 at 00:55)

    Interested in Amish/Mennonite Pen Pal

    I live in the Plateau area of Middle tn. and am interested in finding an Amish/Mennonite lady to write to. I have heard that it is hard to find a pen pal though. My family sometimes travels to Muddy Pond and visits the general store there, my personal favorite is the Sassafras Candy, my daddy likes the molasses. :)I just love all the beautiful quilts and crocheted items that they have so carefully made and sell, as I am a crocheter myself. I am a 26 yr old Christian lady, recently married to an elementary teacher. I find that my ways are too old fashioned for most young folks this day to understand, I grew up on a farm, my father is a farmer, and our whole family works the garden in the summer. It would be nice to correspond with someone who has a similar type of life because my friends are so very different from me and stare at me blankly when I talk about the farm, or the simple happiness of playing in the creek, or roaming in the mountains. :) Thanks to anyone in advance that could give me information.

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    • Katie…
      Comment on Tennessee Amish (November 10th, 2013 at 08:01)

      Pen Pals Wanted...

      Hi Katie I was wondering if you have found an Amish or Mennonite Pen Pal yet. I am also looking for an Amish or Mennonite Pen Pal. I know what you mean about people looking at you blankly, I have the same problem. I am a 51 year old lady from Newbern, Tn. and my husband is almost 69. He grew up Mennonite and he has always told me so many things about them, and we used to be really good friends with some Amish. I love anything about them, I am a newbie quilter and I’ve been learning to hand quilt but I’m trying to find an Amish or Mennonite lady that I would pay for her time if she would be willing to teach me more, but I am also looking for someone to converse with that understands. I was born and raised in West Virginia, the daughter of farmer in his youth.

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  • Joe
    Comment on Tennessee Amish (September 1st, 2013 at 18:33)

    doing business on Labor Day (9-2-13)

    does anyone know if the Amish in Ethridge, TN will be doing business on labor day? we want to go see them for the day, but live a couple hrs away and would hate to make the trip without knowing if they’ll be working or resting that day. thanks for the help

  • don jenkins
    Comment on Tennessee Amish (September 24th, 2013 at 09:13)

    Would like to know when sweet potatoes are ready ,an any apples for sale ,maybe at produce auction stand?

  • Comment on Tennessee Amish (September 28th, 2013 at 21:41)

    Delano Market

    We went to the Delano Market today(Sept.28). I spoke to the cashier who was from Holmes Co.,OH originally!He was very nice and interested in what I had to say!I had to resist the urge to speak my limited knowledge of PA Dutch to him!We took about 2 or 3 trips to look at the animals and come back for more food we wanted!I should have gotten that German Chocolate Pie when I had the chance!Has anyone ever tasted a Pineapple Lemon Pie? I wanted to know how it tastes because my husband likes pineapple and lemon.Is 7 dollars a good price for a single pie?We also got 20 little sweet peppers for 5 dollars.All in all,it was a wunderbaar gut day!

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  • Skip
    Comment on Tennessee Amish (October 19th, 2013 at 23:09)

    B & B Near Ethridge

    Does anybody know if there are any good bed and breakfasts near Ethridge, TN? My wife and I are planning a valentine’s weekend next year and I am hoping to stay close by. Any leads would be greatly appreciated!

  • Joseph
    Comment on Tennessee Amish (November 10th, 2013 at 10:03)

    Beachy Amish Man willing to be a pen pal.

    My name is Joseph, I am modern Amish and I live in East Tennessee. I am willing to correspond with anyone who would like to write. I work in my own shop making furniture and local carpentry work. My address is: 1628 Ridge View Dr, Gatlinburg, TN 37876. Danke (thank you!)

  • Katie Wile
    Comment on Tennessee Amish (November 10th, 2013 at 21:52)

    What are Modern Amish?

    Hi Joseph I’m curious. What are Modern Amish. Is that Mennonite?

  • Michael Watkins
    Comment on Tennessee Amish (November 11th, 2013 at 11:04)

    Restoring a barn

    I have a old horse barn located in Chattanooga, TN that needs some serious repairs… Are there any Mennonites or Amish near Chattanooga that could perform such work? If so, how shoulod I contact them for an estimate?

  • Temperance Blalock
    Comment on Tennessee Amish (December 1st, 2013 at 00:31)

    Amish in Bledsoe County?

    I recently visited Falls Creek Falls State Park in Bledsoe County, and I got lost driving back from the park. I was driving on meandering back roads, and at one point I encountered two Amish women walking on the road, one of them pushing a bicycle. This was a big surprise to me because I had no idea that there were Amish living in Tennessee. However, I just now Googled Amish in Tennessee, and found no reference to a community living in Bledsoe County.

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  • Maggie
    Comment on Tennessee Amish (December 1st, 2013 at 18:25)

    Amish in Bledsoe County TN


    My guess is that these were part of the new settlement in Spencer, TN which would be just to the west of Fall Creek Falls State Park.

    • Sharon
      Comment on Tennessee Amish (February 10th, 2014 at 16:31)

      new settlements

      The new settlement near Spencer is Horse & buggy Mennonite from KY. New settlement In Deer Lodge is OO Amish from PA.

  • Teresa
    Comment on Tennessee Amish (March 3rd, 2014 at 20:01)

    Round Robin Letters

    Am wondering if there are any of you who know of any Amish that are wanting to write letters with me??

  • Comment on Tennessee Amish (March 28th, 2014 at 23:21)

    Buggy shops

    Are there any buggy shops in Ethridge. Also does anyone know if you can get wheels made/repaired there for Amish buggies? Thanks for any info

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