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Glascock County Georgia Historical Markers

 
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By Brian Scott, August 26, 2015
Calvin Logue Monument
Georgia (Glascock County), Gibson — Calvin Logue Monument
Honoring the memory of Calvin Logue Land on which the city of Gibson is built was given by this generous and beloved citizen. He fought in War Between the States and was killed at Deep Bottom, VA on August 16, 1864 and . . . — Map (db m55551) HM
Georgia (Glascock County), Gibson — 062-1 — Glascock County
This County, created by Act of the Legislature Dec. 19, 1857, is named for Gen. Thomas Glascock who served in the War of 1812 and the Seminole War. He was a Speaker of the Georgia House of Representatives and a Member of Congress from 1835 to . . . — Map (db m55549) HM
Georgia (Glascock County), Gibson — Glascock County National Bicentennial Monument
1776 - 1976 [Crossed U.S. and Georgia Flags] By the Citizens & Friends of Glascock County in Commemoration of Our Nation's Two Hundredth Birthday — Map (db m90543) HM
Georgia (Glascock County), Gibson — Glascock County Veterans Monument
Honoring those of Glascock County who served their country in time of war [Flag] These made the Supreme Sacrifice Buford Bell Glenn Brooks Math Lewis English Mike Allen Griswell Hoyt Hadden Hardwick Jordan . . . — Map (db m90542) WM
Georgia (Glascock County), Mitchell — Col. Robert M. MitchellApril 12, 1845 – May 30, 1928
A great American hero and the namesake of Mitchell, GA. Graduated Lynchburg Military College Joined the Confederate Army as a Lt. on Apr. 22, 1861, at age 16, Army of Northern VA; Langhorne’s Corp.; Pickett’s Div.; Longstreet’s Brigade; . . . — Map (db m61364) HM

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