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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Millville, Pennsylvania
Location of Millville, Pennsylvania
► Columbia County (64) ► Luzerne County (215) ► Lycoming County (111) ► Montour County (18) ► Northumberland County (59) ► Schuylkill County (54) ► Sullivan County (37)
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These grist mill drive wheels, eight feet in diameter and each weighing 2,770 pounds, placed here in 1995 through the special efforts of two local residents, Glen (Bud) Gillaspy and Raymond Weaver, with the help of a number of proud citizens, are . . . — — Map (db m161946) HM|
On this site, the first settler in Columbia County erected a mill in 1785 or 1786. It burned to the ground in 1849 while owned and operated by George Masters. Rebuilt in 1852 by George Masters and John Betz, the business prospered and passed . . . — — Map (db m161951) HM|
In the year 2000 through the generous support of the following community spirited individuals, families and organizations our town became a better place to live. Our Park was enhanced by the installation of eighteen Victorian lights around the . . . — — Map (db m161945) HM|
Named for grist mill
erected on site of town
Founded 1772 — — Map (db m161957) HM|
To E. Eugene Eves and Elizabeth Eves Thomson, descendents of original organizers of the Greenwood Seminary, who in 1965 made a gift of this property to the Millville Borough for recreational purposes.
This land was the site of the Greenwood . . . — — Map (db m161944) HM|
In Honor of All Veterans
Fighting for Freedom
Praying for Peace — — Map (db m161942) WM|
[Varied American War flag holders] — — Map (db m161950) WM|