Historical Marker Series

Sons of the American Revolution

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The Declaration of Independence. . Near this spot in the presence of . General George Washington . The Declaration of Independence was read and published to the American Army . July 9th 1776 var plainText = document.getElementById('ins…
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Francis Marion, 1732-1795. —. Marion County was named for this Revolutionary General and hero, entering military service in 1775, he made an invaluable contribution to the American cause as commander of South Carolina partisans in the later years of t…
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Abraham Blumer 1736-1822 Born in Grabs, Switzerland. Chaplain of the first battalion Northampton County Militia, 1781, is buried in this cemetery. He ministered to the Reformed congregations of Jordan, Union Egypt and Allentown from 1771 to 1801. Lorentz Gu…
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Site of Internment Camp Lochry's Expedition, 1781. —. side A . Border warfare characterized the American Revolution on the northwest frontier. Between August 26 and September 15, 1781, sixty-four survivors of Lochry's Expedition were held captive…
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Founders and Veterans of Lynnhaven Parish Church. Interred in this Cemetery and Surrounding Area—. CAPT Adam Thorowgood (1604-1640) Founder COL Thomas Walke I (1642-1694) Colonial War COL Edward Moseley (1661-1736) Colonial War COL Anthony Wa…
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The Revolutionary War. This marker pays tribute to the soldiers who fought for our liberty and the women who supported them. The plaque also marks the site of the county's first courthouse where, on September 27, 1777, the Continental Congress met for a day…
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Fort Anne. . On July 8, 1777, Patriot forces slowed advancing British forces and helped assure victory at Saratoga.. var plainText = document.getElementById('inscription1').innerText; document.getElementById('inscription1').in…
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Onondaga Indians. . In 1793 out of a total population of thirty-three inhabitants in the village of Salina, thirty persons were sick. The remaining three inhabitants with the help of neighborly and friendly Onondaga Indians took care of the sick for two mon…
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