Well done!.....Bending Chestnut??....Surley you jest!
Yup, actually outside the village of Leiper's Fork. Founded some time before US declaration of independence in 1776. The Bending Chestnut community was probably started by whites in the 1800's before the Civil War. The First Nations were here long before that as a gathering site for traffic up and down the Natchez Trace.
Bending Chestnut rd runs on top of the east/west running Tennessee Divide. Even though only 1000 ft elevation, there are big shifts in north/south flowing watersheds here, which separate north/south assemblages of plants and animals.
It's pretty cool here. Hope it doesn't get blitzed by urban sprawl and gated communities.