Founded: 1885 Nashville is in southern Kingman County on highway K-42. Over the years the trees have grown to make the town an oasis of shade in very open country. The St John Lutheran Church is an attractive white frame structure worth going to see. The old St. John still stands nearby.
Downtown Nashville (2001)
Nashville has a new senior center, and a new postoffice.
Elevation: 1740 feet Latitude: 37° 26' 30"N Longitude: 98° 25' 20"W Population: 111 (2000) 118 (1990) 230 (1928) ZIP Code: 67112 Area Code: 620 County Code: KM
- St. John Lutheran Church
- First United Presbyterian Church
- Farmers Co-op Equity Co Office (620) 246-5226 · 110 S Main
- Strong Insurance (620) 246-5222 · 201 S. Main
- City Clerk (620) 246-5220 · 101 S. Main
- Post Office (620) 246-5302 · 129 S Main St
- Genealogical Information for Kingman County is available on Blue Skyways.
- Nashville is on the old A.T. & S.F. branch line that ran down to Englewood. .
- Nashville was mentioned in Kansas, A Cyclopedia Of State History by Frank W. Blackmar (1912).
- Nashville appears on a county map in the History of Kansas by Noble L. Prentis published in 1899.
For complete and up-to-date information about current Kingman County events, businesses or other information,
Kingman County Economic Development Council,
324 North Main, Kingman KS 67068
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