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historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM321_james-johnston_Savannah-GA.html
Here repose the remains of James Johnston (1738-1808) - - editor of Georgia's first newspaper. A native of Scotland, Johnston settled at Savannah in 1761. "Recommended as a person regularly bred and well skilled in the Art and mystery of Print…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM5EJ_stephens-family-cemetery_Fredericksburg-VA.html
Buried here are eight members of the Innis, Mazeen, and Stephens families, including the most famous of them all: Martha Stephens. Local children knew Martha Stephens as "Granny." They also remembered her ever-present apron, the pipe often clen…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM3MJ_the-guinea-road-cemetery-reinterment_Annandale-VA.html
Virginia aristocrat William Fitzhugh was granted 21,996 acres in 1694: The Ravensworth tract, which was divided into northern and southern halves in 1701 and subsequently subdivided among Fitzhugh heirs throughout the 18th and 19th centuries. The …
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM76Q_york-county-confederate-monument_York-SC.html
(Front):Lest We Forget1861-1865Our Confederate Dead(Side):In Eternal Remembrance,"Of the Soldiers tried and true,Who bore the flag of a Nation's trust,And fell in a causeThough lost, still justAnd died for me and you" (Side):Those for whom they…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMPLG_revolutionary-war-veterans_Kenosha-WI.html
(Side A)Born April 1757 in Stratford, CT, Abner Barlow moved to NH in 1772. At 20, Barlow enlisted as private in the NH Rangers, serving in Maj. Whitcomb's Independent Corps at the Battle of Bennington and the surrender of Burgoyne, Saratoga, NY. …
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMCQ8_bartlett-yancey_Yanceyville-NC.html
Congressman. A State legislator and political leader. Died in 1828 at the age of 42. His home and grave are here.
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMATQ_captain-daniel-bray_Stockton-NJ.html
To commemorate the valour ofCaptain Daniel Bray.Who with a few patriotic citizens braved the enemy and collected enough boats from along the river to make possible the memorable crossing of the ice-laden Delaware of General Washington and his troo…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM1BK8_battle-of-blountville_Blountville-TN.html
This is where Union forces stood as they attacked Blountville on September 22, 1863, during a campaign to control the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad. On the day of the attack, the Confederates occupied Blountville while the Federal forces held th…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMQCQ_harrisburg-cemetery_Salome-AZ.html
In remembrance of the pioneers who gave their lives to the development of the west.
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMS7J_edward-hatch_Leavenworth-KS.html
Colonel 9th CavalryBrevet Major General, U.S.A.Born in Bangor, Me.Dec. 22, 1832Died at Fort Robinson, Neb.April 11, 1889 [Battles]Brill's Point · Charleston · SykestonNew Madrid · Point Pleasant · Island No. 10Tipton…
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