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(front)In memory of Millard Quentin Plumblee1906 - 1987EducatorCommunity ServantFriend
Born December 26, 1906 in Greenville County, SC.
Graduated from University of North Carolina in 1931.
Became Principal of Anderson Scho…
Presbyterian. Founded about middle of 18th century. Hugh McAden, its noted pastor, was buried in the churchyard, 1781. One mile S.
Congressman. A State legislator and political leader. Died in 1828 at the age of 42. His home and grave are here.
U.S. Senator, 1829-40; State Legislator; Opponent of Secession, 1860. This is "Rose Hill," his home.
In 1850s on a farm in this area Abisha Slade perfected a process for curing yellow tobacco. His slave Stephen discovered process in 1839.
Organized in 1753. Rev. Hugh McAden served as its first minister. Present building dates from 1856. Stands 1 mi. E.
Was Minister to Spain, 1845-49; congressman, judge, legislator, and political leader. This was his home.
First president Greensboro College, 1846-47. Founder and master of the Somerville Female Institute, 1848-1892. Home stands 100 yds. N.
Wake Forest College president, 1905-1927. Champion of freedom of scientific thought. Birthplace and family home stands here.
Woodside House, built in 1838 by Caleb Richmond, where General Ramseur recovered from wounds received in battles of Malvern Hill and Chancellorsville. Scene of his 28 October, 1863 marriage to his cousin Ellen Richmond. As Brigadier showed extraor…