A reform-minded Republican lawmaker, Emmett Forest Branch (1874-1932) served Indiana as a legislator, lieutenant governor, and governor. He served in the Spanish-American War and WWI. Branch spent three terms in the Indiana House of . . . — — Map (db m210975) HM
Morgan County native Glenn Curtis coached Indiana basketball teams for over thirty years. He led Lebanon High School to a state title in 1918, and Martinsville High School, where he coached from 1919-1938, to state titles in 1924, 1927, and 1933. . . . — — Map (db m210978) HM
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
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
Esteemed basketball player and coach Emmett Branch McCracken was born in Monrovia in 1908. He led Monrovia High School to Tri-State Tournament wins in 1925 and 1926, as two-time MVP. McCracken played for Indiana University from 1927-1930. He led . . . — — Map (db m210972) HM
1883-1912. Monrovia's first high school was started in the fall of 1883 and graduated its first two alumni Mary Hubbard and Ina Phillips in 1884. The building was built in 1881 on the location of Monrovia's first Common School built in 1857 . . . — — Map (db m210970) HM
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