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Lee County Arkansas Historical Markers

 
Lee County Marker across from the Lee County Courthouse. image, Touch for more information
By Mark Hilton, April 10, 2018
Lee County Marker across from the Lee County Courthouse.
Arkansas (Lee County), Marianna — H-5 — Lee County
The site of Marianna was acquired through a deed from Mary Ann Harland and the heirs of her first husband, Daniel Martin. The town was named in her memory. She was born in Kentucky May 6, 1802: died October 25, 1857. The first court house in Lee . . . — Map (db m116135) HM
Arkansas (Lee County), Marianna — Lee County Confederate Monument — General Robert E. Lee
South face  “Fidelis Fortissimus.” 1861 1865 Erected by D. G. Govan Chapter U. D. C. In loving memory, of Lee County's Confederate Soldiers. ______ "No braver bled for a brighter land . . . — Map (db m117504) WM
Arkansas (Lee County), Marianna — Lee County War Memorial
East Side Greater love hath no man than to lay down his life for his country. Dedicated by the citizens of Lee County to those who made the ultimate sacrifice in defense of their country. North Side Korean War . . . — Map (db m117251) WM
Arkansas (Lee County), Marianna — Marianna ArkansasDedicated to Pioneer Families of Marianna
Marianna named in honor of Maryann Martin Harland Town established 1858 A.D. Incorporated Oct. 24, 1870 A.D. 1870 Agriculture, Timber Population 165 1970 Agriculture, Industry Population 6215 — Map (db m117262) HM
Arkansas (Lee County), Moro — 44 — Moro in the Civil War / Prelude to Helena
Moro in the Civil War The town of Moro was established in 1850 and about 700 people lived here and nearby when the Civil War began in 1861. Union troops from the 1st Indiana, 1st Missouri, 9th Illinois, 5th Kansas, 2nd Wisconsin, and 3rd . . . — Map (db m116247) HM

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