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~ LOCATIONS ~
Evidence of the Sublett/Sublette family's impact on American history can be seen in location names throughout the country:
- Sublette, Missouri (in Adair County)
- Sublette Park (in St. Louis, Missouri)
- Sublette Park Hill (in St. Louis, Missouri)
- John Sublett Logan Residence Hall, Missouri Western State University (in Saint Joseph, Buchanan County, Missouri)
- John Sublett Logan, Jr., and Caroline Ashton Logan House [PDF] (1906 N. 22nd St., Saint Joseph, Buchanan County, Missouri)
- Sublett, Idaho (in Cassia County)
- Sublett Cemetery (in Cassia County, Idaho)
- Sublett Creek (in Cassia County, Idaho)
- Sublett Reservoir (in Cassia County, Idaho)
- South Fork Sublett Creek (in Power County, Idaho)
- North Fork Sublett Creek (in Power County, Idaho)
- Sublett Forest Service Station (in Power County, Idaho)
- Sublett Range (in Power County, Idaho)
- Sublett Troughs (in Oneida County, Idaho)
- Sublett Canyon Road (in Holbrook, Oneida County, Idaho)
- Sublette Canyon (in Oneida County, Idaho)
- South Fork Sublette Canyon (in Oneida County, Idaho)
Jackson County, Alabama
- Sublett Gap (in Jackson County, Alabama)
Sublett Gap is a gap near Georgetown, on the east side of the Tennessee river, across from Hollywood and Sublett Ferry.
- Sublett Gap Hollow (in Jackson County, Alabama)
Sublett Gap Hollow is a stream valley emptying into Guntersville Lake on the east side of the Tennessee River, near the south end of Goodwin Point Road, south of Langston.
- Old Stage Coach Station (in Jackson County, Alabama)
The former home of William (Billy) Sublett (brother of Sublett Ferry operator Abraham Sublett) and his family is located at 11226 Alabama Highway 79, in Long Hollow, west of Scottsboro, southeast of Larkinsville, north of U.S. Highway 72. It is just south and across the street from Scottsboro Holiness Church, northeast of Keasling Drive (County Road 23). [View map]
The farm house (later owned by Billy Robinson, Mrs. Charles Leslie, and today the Lindsay family) was also known as the Old Stage Coach Station. Graves of passengers who died on the stage are located around the old house, as well as the grave of William (Billy) Sublett.
Billy Sublett's grave is covered by flat stone slabs, under an old magnolia tree. Billy Sublett, son of cousins Abraham Sublett and Celia Sublett of Virginia, married Mary Scott Sublett, another cousin of both his parents. One of their sons, Andrew Monroe Sublett, married Polly Ann Moon and lived in Moontown in neighboring Madison County.
Located in eastern Madison County, Alabama, between Huntsville and Gurley southwest of U.S. Highway 72, the Moontown area is home to several Sublett locations:
- Sublett Cemetery, Moontown (in Madison County, Alabama)
The Sublett Cemetery is located in Moontown, west of the Flint River and south of Highway 72 past the Moontown Airport. At the south end of Moontown Road, turn left on Bob Hunt Road, then turn right on a private driveway south across a field. The Sublett Cemetery is in a rectangular grove of trees, surrounded by a fence, on the left side of the private driveway. Among the graves are those of Andrew Monroe Sublett and his wife, Polly Ann Moon.
- Sublett Bluff, Moontown (in Madison County, Alabama)
Sublett Bluff is a cliff southeast of Sublett Cemetery, on the north side of Sublett Point, overlooking the Flint River.
- Sublett Point (in Madison County, Alabama)
Sublett Point is small mountain peak south of Highway 72, about two miles west of Gurley Mountain. The new McMullen Cove subdivision features a Sublett Point Park located on Sublett Point, along with a Sublett Point Trail.
- Sublett Mill (in Madison County, Alabama)
Sublett Mill is southeast of Sublett Point, along the east shore of the Flint River, north of Little Cove Road, two miles west of Gurley, Alabama.
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