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Pemiscot County Missouri Historical Markers

 
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By Craig Swain, August 31, 2010
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Missouri (Pemiscot County), Caruthersville — Caruthersville
(Front): The capital of historic Pemiscot County and center for a cotton, grain, timber, and industrial area, Caruthersville was laid out, 1857, by George W. Bushey and J. Hardeman Walker (1794-1860), on the Walker plantation. "Bootheel" . . . — Map (db m36219) HM
Missouri (Pemiscot County), Caruthersville — General John M. Riggs
This memorial site was dedicated on November 11, 2000 to the honored veterans of all wars by Lieutenant General John M. Riggs, United States Army. LTG Riggs and his wife, Cathy, are natives of Caruthersville. At the time of the dedication, LTG Riggs . . . — Map (db m36401) HM
Missouri (Pemiscot County), Caruthersville — Lt. Col. John B. England
Born Jan. 15, 1923 Caruthersville, Missouri Died Nov. 17, 1954 Toul, France (Left Side Inscription) Colonel England participated in 108 combat missions during World War II. He destroyed 19 German aircraft and on one mission downed four enemy . . . — Map (db m36402) HM
Missouri (Pemiscot County), Caruthersville — Sterling Price Reynolds
In honor of Sterling Price Reynolds to whom this park is dedicated on his 100th birthday November 9th, 1961 Born in Callaway County, Missouri. Graduated from University of Missouri, 1883, with highest honors. Settled in Caruthersville in 1896. . . . — Map (db m36389) HM

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