Bob Henderson: a native of Nashville, Tennessee. I grew up in West Nashville and was educated in public schools. Business Management degree from Belmont College in 1982. United States Navy, Naval Flight Officer from 1982-1989 as a P-3B Orion Tactical Coordinator. Served in the Tennessee Air National Guard as a navigator in C-130 (H2) from 1990-1994, participating in Operation’s Desert Storm, Volant Oak and Provide Promise. I served two terms on the Nashville Metro Historic Commission.

I am a Certified Trusted Google Street View and Business View photographer. I shoot 360º Virtual Tours for Google Maps. Former Metro Historical Commission member. Native Nashvillian, served as an officer in the US Navy and Tennessee Air National Guard. I am a direct descendent of Captain Walter Scott Bearden, 41st Tennessee CSA and Private James Jarvis Maxwell, 4th Tennessee Cavalry U.S. | Uncle (G3) Lt. David Phillips 7th Tennessee CSA, Uncle (G3) John Bond Henderson, 4th Tennessee Cavalry CSA, and Great (G3) Cousin Major Shelah Waters 4th Tennessee Cavalry U.S.

  • Marketing consultant in the financial services industry for over 20 years
  • Brokered corporate aircraft for Business Aircraft Leasing, Inc.
  • Specialize in internet technology marketing consulting under my company Athens-South, LLC.
  • Past President of The Battle of Nashville Preservation Society, Inc. (1990-1994)

BONPS: oversaw the Kelley’s Point Battlefield Greenway project as well as the restoration on the Civil War Fort Negley in Nashville. That experience inspired me to write a historical novel of about the Battle of Nashville (in process). I have found information through my research of the events of that historical event, that compel me to question the accuracy of some of what the Official Record of the Armies and Navies suggest in of the actions between December 2nd – December 16th, 1864. I have no agenda to promote, or any political ideology of the conflict, but as a historian believe that there are questions to be raised about some of the actions that are clearly vague; specifically involving the operations of the 6th Cavalry Division under the command of Brig. Gen. Richard W. Johnson, USA on the opening day of The Battle of Nashville.

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