“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”

Tyrrell County North Carolina Historical Markers

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By Bernard Fisher, June 28, 2012
Main St & S Broad St
North Carolina (Tyrrell County), Columbia — B 20 — Edward Warren
Born in Tyrrell County, 1828, Surgeon General of N.C., 1862-65, Professor of Surgery in Maryland, Chief Surgeon of Egypt, died in Paris. — Map (db m57002) HM
North Carolina (Tyrrell County), Columbia — Tyrell County
Established as a precinct of Albemarle by the Provincial Assembly of North Carolina meeting at Edenton, November 27, 1729. The 3rd year of the reign of King George II, and named for Sir John Tyrrell of Essex, England, one of the Lords Proprietors of . . . — Map (db m57071) HM
North Carolina (Tyrrell County), Columbia — Tyrrell County Confederate Monument
(side 1) Gen. Robert E. Lee This monument was erected by the Tyrrell Monument Association, A.D. 1902. Executive Committee. Mark Majette, Abner Alexander, Thomas L. Jones, J.S. Cahoon, and C. E. Tatem. Finance . . . — Map (db m57154) HM
North Carolina (Tyrrell County), Columbia — Tyrrell County War Memorial
Country – Honor - Duty This memorial dedicated by the people of Tyrrell County in recognition of the service of its men and women in the Armed Forces of the United States of America in World War I, World War II, Korea and Vietnam . . . — Map (db m57156) WM
North Carolina (Tyrrell County), Creswell — Pettigrew Birthplace... and Last Resting Place
James Johnston Pettigrew was born here at Bonarva on July 4, 1828. His father, Ebenezer Pettigrew, operated several large plantations in Tyrell and Washington Counties. Johnston Pettigrew, as he was called, graduated in 1847 from the University of . . . — Map (db m76822) HM

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