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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Moore County, North Carolina

 
Clickable Map of Moore County, North Carolina and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Moore County, NC (16) Chatham County, NC (19) Cumberland County, NC (111) Harnett County, NC (32) Hoke County, NC (6) Lee County, NC (4) Montgomery County, NC (16) Randolph County, NC (13) Richmond County, NC (22) Scotland County, NC (29)  MooreCounty(16) Moore County (16)  ChathamCounty(19) Chatham County (19)  CumberlandCounty(111) Cumberland County (111)  HarnettCounty(32) Harnett County (32)  HokeCounty(6) Hoke County (6)  LeeCounty(4) Lee County (4)  MontgomeryCounty(16) Montgomery County (16)  RandolphCounty(13) Randolph County (13)  RichmondCounty(22) Richmond County (22)  ScotlandCounty(29) Scotland County (29)
Adjacent to Moore County, North Carolina
      Chatham County (19)  
      Cumberland County (111)  
      Harnett County (32)  
      Hoke County (6)  
      Lee County (4)  
      Montgomery County (16)  
      Randolph County (13)  
      Richmond County (22)  
      Scotland County (29)  
 
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1North Carolina (Moore County), Candor — K-34 — Samarcand
State juvenile facility. Est. in 1918 to provide girls with educational and vocational training. Campus is 3 mi. south.Map (db m74936) HM
2North Carolina (Moore County), Carthage — Biography of Robert Hoyle Upchurch(August 23, 1923 – October 6, 1944)
Lieutenant Robert Hoyle Upchurch was born in the rural community of High Falls, North Carolina on August 23, 1923, where he grew up in a large, close family. The second youngest of eleven children, he was known by his family as “Hoyle”. . . . Map (db m104351) HM
3North Carolina (Moore County), Carthage — K-59 — Buggy Company
Thomas B. Tyson & W.T. Jones's factory produced horse-drawn vehicles sold across South. 1850s to 1920s. At peak made 3000 per year. Stood here.Map (db m88659) HM
4North Carolina (Moore County), Carthage — East Meets West
Sen. Harris Blake and Dr. Lian Xie have worked tirelessly since 2006 to maintain good will between the U.S. and Hunan Provence, China. Both countries fought together to defeat Japan in WWII. 60 years after the war, a relationship was renewed when a . . . Map (db m104353) HM WM
5North Carolina (Moore County), Carthage — James McConnell
-Translation- To the American Sergeant Pilot Aviator James McConnell Voluntary Enlisted Man in the French Aviation on December 27th, 1915 Killed in Action on March 19th, 1917 in Aerial Combat The country of France will forever be . . . Map (db m104348) HM WM
6North Carolina (Moore County), Carthage — K-65 — James McConnell1887-1917
World War I soldier; aviator. Flew for France in Lafayette Escadrille. Killed in action, March 19, 1917. Lived 1 mi. W.Map (db m88661) HM
7North Carolina (Moore County), Carthage — James Rogers McConnell
In January 1915 James Roger McConnell left Carthage, N.C. For N.Y. And sailed to France. He volunteered in the American Ambulance Service as an ambulance driver. He was awarded the much coveted Croix de Guerre for Bravery Under Fire. He later joined . . . Map (db m104350) HM WM
8North Carolina (Moore County), Carthage — K 43 — John MacRae
Gaelic poet. Emigrated from Scotland in 1774. Loyalist during the Revolution. His home stood 2½ miles south.Map (db m88657) HM
9North Carolina (Moore County), Carthage — Lt. Robert "Hoyle" Upchurch
23rd Fighter Group, 74th Squadron US Army Air Corps MIA/KIA Oct. 6th, 1944 A Member of the Famous Flying Tigers Home at Last, April 8th, 2006 Dedicated April 7, 2012Map (db m104352) HM WM
10North Carolina (Moore County), Carthage — K-26 — Plank Road
This street is the route of Fayetteville-to-Salem plank road, a toll road 129 miles long, built 1849-54.Map (db m100040) HM
11North Carolina (Moore County), Carthage — Ret. SFC Zeb D. Harrington and The "Junkyard Dog"
Zeb Harrington was raised in Chatham County N.C. Near Moncure. He was a young boy during WWII and was always fascinated by anything military, especially airplanes. He grew up and married his wife, Martha, and raised four children. Gerald, Sherri, . . . Map (db m104347) HM WM
12North Carolina (Moore County), Robbins — K-47 — John Bethune
Early pastor for Scots in N.C.; chaplain for Loyalists at Battle of Moores Creek Bridge, 1776. First Presbyterian minister in Ontario. Lived 4 mi. S.Map (db m64843) HM
13North Carolina (Moore County), Robbins — K-4 — Mechanic's Hill
Site of extensive gunsmithing operations in 18th and 19th centuries. The Kennedy family led in producing long rifles.Map (db m88655) HM
14North Carolina (Moore County), Seagrove — K-60 — Jacques and Juliana Busbee1870-1947 1876-1962
Artists, ushered old folk pottery tradition into the modern era. Est. in 1922 Jugtown Pottery 3 miles N.E.Map (db m88654) HM
15North Carolina (Moore County), Seagrove — K-52 — Pottery Industry
Begun in 18th century by Chriscoe, Cole, Craven, Luck, McNeill, Owen, & Teague families living within 5 mile radius.Map (db m88653) HM
16North Carolina (Moore County), Southern Pines — John Tyrant Patrick
Founded the village of Vineland in 1884. Incorporated as the town of Southern Pines March 7, 1887.Map (db m114036) HM
 
 
Dec. 7, 2021