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Bond County Civil War Monument East Face image, Touch for more information
By William Fischer, Jr., July 18, 2010
Bond County Civil War Monument East Face
Illinois (Bond County), Greenville — Bond County Civil War Memorial
[East Face] In Memory of All Who Followed the Flag From 1861 to 1865 Living and Dead. Erected 1903 SHILOH [South Face] This monument is erected by the Grand Army of the Republic Women's Relief Corps, Sons of . . . — Map (db m34161) HM
Illinois (Bond County), Greenville — Bond County Veterans Memorial
Lest We Forget This memorial is dedicated to the men and women of Bond County who served in the Armed Forces of the United States of America Dedicated Nov. 11, 1997 In memory of those from Bond County who gave their lives . . . — Map (db m34189) WM
Illinois (Bond County), Greenville — Bulkley-Buie Store — c. 1840
S.B. Bulkley's first business here was in a frame business house in 1833. In 1840, he tore it down and rebuilt in brick. His clerk, Alexander Buie, later became his partner and the store was enlarged. Buie also sold Bibles in his store. When Daniel . . . — Map (db m34148) HM
Illinois (Bond County), Greenville — F. P. Joy & Company
In 1870, W. S. Dann opened a small one room store at this location. Additions were built in 1880 and 1886. Mr. Dann was one of those most interested in the founding of Greenville College. F. P. Joy joined Dann within a few months of the store's . . . — Map (db m34147) HM
Illinois (Bond County), Greenville — First City Hall and Fire House — completed July 31, 1934
The building cost $15,000 and took 5 months to complete. "For the first time in Greenville's 119 years of history in which great progress was made in every other direction, the city really had its own building in which to conduct its business. In . . . — Map (db m34183) HM
Illinois (Bond County), Greenville — Greenville — Finding a Place for Print
Imagine a world without books--a frontier where print is a luxury, often out of reach. It's the world you would have known in 1815, when George Davidson settled the bluff overlooking Little Shoal Creek, just a short walk from where you stand. . . . — Map (db m144131) HM
Illinois (Bond County), Greenville — History of Greenville-Bond County
Illinois Confederacy Indians roamed this prairie land, rich in game, which became Illinois County of Virginia. Ceded in 1784 to the United States it was successively included in the Northwest, Indiana; and in 1809, Illinois Territory. Formed in . . . — Map (db m34169) HM
Illinois (Bond County), Greenville — J. R. Bennett Building — 1870
The earliest records show Samuel Colcord's Sorghum Mill once stood here. In 1870 Charles R. Bennett opened his new drugstore. Four drugstores were operating on the square during this time. It was Kate Benneett, Charles' wife, who prevailed on her . . . — Map (db m34176) HM
Illinois (Bond County), Greenville — John Posch — Shoemaker from Austria
In 1912, at age 24, John Posch came to the United States with a dime in his pocket and a bag of tools. In Austria, he had apprenticed for four years as a shoemaker and passed his test to work the trade. In Greenville, he started up his business in a . . . — Map (db m144104) HM
Illinois (Bond County), Greenville — Kendall Morse Town House — 1838
Constructed as a two story house, this is thought to be the oldest building still standing in Greenville. It as built by Kendall Morse, younger brother of Stephen Morse, who co-founded Almira College. The brothers were some of the most prosperous . . . — Map (db m144598) HM
Illinois (Bond County), Greenville — Revolutionary Soldiers Buried in Bond County
In memory fo the soldiers of the War of the American Revolution who are buried in Bond County, Illinois
John Diamond James Green Peter Hubbard Charles Johnson James Long Joseph McAdams Jacob Neer . . . — Map (db m34126) HM
Illinois (Bond County), Greenville — Ronald Reagan
Dedicated to the memory of Ronald Reagan, who spoke at this intersection on October 18, 1980, while campaigning for the United States Presidency. — Map (db m34158) HM
Illinois (Bond County), Greenville — State Bank of Hoiles & Sons
This bank was established in August, 1869, by Charles Hoiles and Charles D. Hoiles. In December of 1895 the bank was incorporated as the State Bank of Hoiles & Sons with a capital of $25,000. In September, 1903, the capital stock was increased to . . . — Map (db m34155) HM
Illinois (Bond County), Greenville — Turret Building
This building used to be balanced by another more ornate one at the northern most part of the block. The old Post Office and the Cyclone Hose Company, Greenville's first Fire Station, were located in what was known as the Demoulin block before the . . . — Map (db m34174) HM
Illinois (Bond County), Greenville — War of 1812 Soldiers Buried in Bond County
In memory of the who are buried in Bond County Amos Balch • Ansel Birge Welshier Buchanan • William Burgess Allen Comer • John Etzler Daniel Ferguson • John Floyd Boling Grigg • Bonham Harlan T. S. Hubbard • Joseph Hunter . . . — Map (db m34127) HM
Illinois (Bond County), Greenville — Weise & Bradford Store — 1879
On this northwest corner of the square, the former Hotel Eureka (better known as the Franklin House) once stood. It served as the old stage coach house and was "the best house in town, two stories high, with a double porch on the front, and withal a . . . — Map (db m34185) HM
Illinois (Bond County), Greenville — Wells Judd Tire Sales
Built in 1918, this site was headquarters for Wells Judd Tire Sales, a Goodyear Tire Dealer for over 50 years. Managed by Earl Wildermann, it served the local tire and battery trade, as well as customers traveling on the National Trail. Restored in . . . — Map (db m144108) HM
Illinois (Bond County), Mulberry Grove — Mulberry Grove — The Shake Rag Stop
In the 1820s, not far from where you stand, passengers could board a stagecoach traveling west to Alton, Ill., or east to the Illinois Capitol at Vandalia. According to local lore, if passengers at the town tavern were waiting for a coach, the . . . — Map (db m144132) HM
Illinois (Bond County), Pocahontas — Pocahontas — Muscle, Metal, and Merchandise
The village square may be quiet today, but from the mid-1800s through the early 1900s, the ring of hammers bending iron and shaping steel echoed down these streets. Northwest of where you stand, blacksmiths shaped horseshoes, linked chains, . . . — Map (db m144110) HM

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