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Hickory County Missouri Historical Markers

 
Hickory County Marker <i>Side B:</i> image, Touch for more information
By Bill Kirchner, October 4, 2014
Hickory County Marker Side B:
Missouri (Hickory County), Hermitage — Hickory County
This is a two sided marker Side A: Here in the Ozark Highland of Missouri, Hickory County was organized 1845, and named for U.S. President Andrew Jackson, known as "Old Hickory." Lying in the Osage land cession of 1808, the county . . . — Map (db m78761) HM
Missouri (Hickory County), Hermitage — Hickory County War Memorial

In memory of all living and dead of Hickory County who served in World Wars I and II Korea - Vietnam

They sought no glory but their country's good — Map (db m84611) HM

Missouri (Hickory County), Weaubleau — John Whitaker — Aug. 15, 1842 • Jan. 6, 1910

1853 Joined The Christian Church. Was an active member the remainder of his life.

1861-1865 Served in The Union Army

1863 Ordained a Christian Minister

1866 Married Emeline Earnest Organized Weaubleau Christian . . . — Map (db m96093) HM

Missouri (Hickory County), Weaubleau — Veterans Memorial — Duty • Honor • Country — All Gave Some • Some Gave All

In honor and memory of those who served in defense of their country so that all may enjoy freedom ——————————— Dedicated to all Veterans by the Weaubleau Merchants . . . — Map (db m96090) WM

Missouri (Hickory County), Weaubleau — Weaubleau Christian Institute and College

Weaubleau Christian Institute Established 1867

John Whitaker Founder of Weaubleau Christian College Born Aug. 15, 1842 Died Jan. 6, 1910

Weaubleau Christian College Established 1893-1914 — Map (db m96092) HM


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