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Morgan County Indiana Historical Markers

 
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By Al Wolf, May 25, 2009
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Indiana (Morgan County), Martinsville — Emmett Forest Branch31st Governor of Indiana
Emmett Forest Branch 1874 - 1932 Lifetime resident Martinsville; Graduated Martinsville High School 1891; L.L.B. Indiana University 1896; Practiced law in Martinsville; Lieutenant, Company K Spanish-American War; Colonel Indiana’s 152nd . . . — Map (db m19425) HM
Indiana (Morgan County), Martinsville — Morgan County (Indiana) - VeteransWar Memorial
In Honor of Morgan County's Veterans of All Wars — Map (db m19403) HM
Indiana (Morgan County), Martinsville — Paul Vories McNutt1891 - 1955
Paul Vories McNutt came to Morgan County as child; graduated Martinsville High School 1909; Indiana University 1913; L.L.B. Harvard University. Practiced law in Martinsville with Father as McNutt & McNutt. Served W.W. I as Colonel; 1925 became . . . — Map (db m19424) HM
Indiana (Morgan County), Martinsville — William G. Bray
William G. Bray 1903 - 1979 Born Mooresville; LLB IU Law School; Morgan County Prosecuting Attorney and lawyer; Resided Martinsville. WW II Colonel Armoured Group Pacific Theatre: Awarded Silver Star. Served Military Government Korea . . . — Map (db m19431) HM
Indiana (Morgan County), Mooresville — 55.2016.1 — Indiana State Flag
At centennial of statehood in 1916, Indiana lacked a unique state flag. The Indiana DAR spearheaded a movement to create a design by hosting a state flag competition. Mooresville watercolorist and John Herron Art Institute instructor Paul Hadley . . . — Map (db m99004) HM
Indiana (Morgan County), Mooresville — Samuel Moore
In Memory of Samuel Moore Founder of Mooresville First Trading Post 1822-23 and First Store on this Site 1824 — 1924 — Map (db m99003) HM
Indiana (Morgan County), Waverly — 55.1957.1 — Whetzel Trace
A Trail from Whitewater River at Laurel terminated here at the Bluffs of White River. Cut in 1818 by Jacob Whetzel, it was the first east-west road into central Indiana. — Map (db m66830) HM

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