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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Nash County, North Carolina

 
Clickable Map of Nash 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 Nash County, NC (25) Edgecombe County, NC (31) Franklin County, NC (7) Halifax County, NC (77) Johnston County, NC (79) Wake County, NC (121) Warren County, NC (30) Wilson County, NC (18)  NashCounty(25) Nash County (25)  EdgecombeCounty(31) Edgecombe County (31)  FranklinCounty(7) Franklin County (7)  HalifaxCounty(77) Halifax County (77)  JohnstonCounty(79) Johnston County (79)  WakeCounty(121) Wake County (121)  WarrenCounty(30) Warren County (30)  WilsonCounty(18) Wilson County (18)
Nashville is the county seat for Nash County
Adjacent to Nash County, North Carolina
      Edgecombe County (31)  
      Franklin County (7)  
      Halifax County (77)  
      Johnston County (79)  
      Wake County (121)  
      Warren County (30)  
      Wilson County (18)  
 
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1North Carolina (Nash County), Bailey — E-82 — Country Doctor Museum
Chartered 1967 to honor the "old family doctor." Two doctors' offices, 1857 & 1887, restored with medical & apothecary artifacts. Two blocks south.Map (db m65153) HM
2North Carolina (Nash County), Gold Rock — E-15 — Cornwallis
On his way to Virginia, defeated the Militia near here at Swift Creek and seven miles north at Fishing Creek, May 7, 1781.Map (db m70519) HM
3North Carolina (Nash County), Nashville — E-110 — Harold D. Cooley1897 - 1974
U.S. House, 1934-1967. As chairman, Agriculture Committee, for 14 years, shaped postwar federal farm policy. Lived here.Map (db m45878) HM
4North Carolina (Nash County), Rocky Mount — "The Bethel Heroes"Nash County Confederate Soldiers Monument
(West Face) C.S.A. 1861 - 1865 (South Face) The names of the Confederate Soldiers from Nash county can be found in the Memorial Volume of the various libraries of the state and the Clerks Office of Nash . . . Map (db m46436) HM
5North Carolina (Nash County), Rocky Mount — Adolphus StatonMedal of Honor Recipient — Veterans Memorial at Jack Laughery Park —
The President of the United States in the name of The Congress takes pleasure in presenting the Medal of Honor to Adolphus Staton Lieutenant, U.S. Navy. Place and Date: Vera Cruz, Mexico, 22 April 1914. Born: 28 . . . Map (db m169677) HM WM
6North Carolina (Nash County), Rocky Mount — Agent Orange Victims
In memory and honor of those whose lives were affected by the chemical Agent OrangeMap (db m169584) WM
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7North Carolina (Nash County), Rocky Mount — Bishop FC BarnesJune 22, 1929 - July 11, 2011
Bishop FC Barnes founded and established the Red Budd Holy Church in May of 1959 in Castalia, NC. He pastored Red Budd for over 52 years. Bishop Barnes was not only an awesome pastor, teacher and preacher, but he was also a renowned gospel singer. . . . Map (db m97973) HM
8North Carolina (Nash County), Rocky Mount — E-87 — Cornwallis
The British Army under Gen. Cornwallis marching to Virginia camped here at Crowell's plantation on May 8, 1781.Map (db m45519) HM
9North Carolina (Nash County), Rocky Mount — Donaldson's Tavern
The site of Donaldson's Tavern Stage coach station for the overland trail lies on the opposite bank of the river. Here Lafayette was entertained while on his Southern Tour in 1825. [DAR Emblem] Erected by Micaiah . . . Map (db m45697) HM
10North Carolina (Nash County), Rocky Mount — E-88 — Falls of the Tar Church
Constituted as Particular Baptist, 1757; Rev. John Moore & Joshua Lawrence among early ministers. Now Primitive Baptist.Map (db m44751) HM
11North Carolina (Nash County), Rocky Mount — Falls Road Bridge
Originally, the Nash-Edgecombe county line was the midline of the Tar River at the Falls to give each county an opportunity to capitalize on the value of the Falls. After the original bridge was burned by the Union during the Civil War, Edgecombe . . . Map (db m95004) HM
12North Carolina (Nash County), Rocky Mount — First Post Office of Rocky Mount
On this site on March 22, 1816 the first post office of Rocky Mount was established. James C. B. Atkinson, Post Master.Map (db m97928) HM
13North Carolina (Nash County), Rocky Mount — Hardees Food System
Founded here in 1961 by Jim Gardner and Leonard Rawls. Now a major US fast food chain.Map (db m169628) HM
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14North Carolina (Nash County), Rocky Mount — Harold Bascom Durham, Jr.
Second Lieutenant, U.S. Army, Battery C, 6th Battalion, 15th Artillery, 1st Infantry Division,. Place and date: Republic of Vietnam, 17 October 1967, Born 12 October 1942, Rocky Mount, N.C. Citation: 2D Lt. Durham, distinguished himself . . . Map (db m97718) WM
15North Carolina (Nash County), Rocky Mount — E-59 — Jim Thorpe1886 - 1953
Indian athlete, star of the 1912 Olympics, made his professional baseball debut with Rocky Mount Railroaders, 1909. Ball park was 300 yds. W.Map (db m45801) HM
16North Carolina (Nash County), Rocky Mount — E-31 — Lafayette
On his American tour, Lafayette spent the night of February 28, 1825, at the home of Henry Donaldson which stood near this spot.Map (db m46153) HM
17North Carolina (Nash County), Rocky Mount — Nash County Vietnam Veterans Memorial
Dedicated To Veterans that served during the Vietnam ConflictMap (db m169500) WM
18North Carolina (Nash County), Rocky Mount — E-72 — North Carolina Wesleyan College
Methodist. Liberal arts, senior co-educational college. Chartered Oct., 1956; opened 1960.Map (db m31072) HM
19North Carolina (Nash County), Rocky Mount — E-118 — Operation Dixie
Black leaf house workers in eastern N.C. unionized in 1946. First pro-union vote, at tobacco factory 1 block W., precursor to civil rights movement.Map (db m48914) HM
20North Carolina (Nash County), Rocky Mount — E-61 — P.T. Barnum
First stop of record with own circus troupe was ½ mile S.E., November 12-13, 1836. No show is recorded, but Barnum preached a sermon.Map (db m48657) HM
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21North Carolina (Nash County), Rocky Mount — E-7 — Rocky Mount Mills
Second cotton mill in State. Building begun, 1818. Federals burned, 1863. Soon rebuilt.Map (db m45923) HM
22North Carolina (Nash County), Rocky Mount — Rocky Mount Mills School
On this site stood the Rocky Mount Mills School Est. 1896 Closed 1946 Built and operated by Rocky Mount Mills to provide grades 1-7 for the benefit of the Mill Village childrenMap (db m97751) HM
23North Carolina (Nash County), Rocky Mount — The ACL 303
May 27, 1902 • Built by the Pullman Car Company as an office car for the personal use of J.H. Moore, President of the Chicago, Rock Island and  Pacific Railroad. Moore named the car   "Thanis". 1905 •  Repossessed by the Pulman Car Company . . . Map (db m46159) HM
24North Carolina (Nash County), Rocky Mount — Veterans Memorial At Jack Laughery Park
In Honor of All Men and Women who served their Country in the United States Armed ServicesMap (db m169594) WM
25North Carolina (Nash County), Rocky Mount — Walter Fenner "Buck" LeonardBaseball Hall Of Famer Rocky Mount Native
Born near this spot in 1907. Rose to fame in the Negro Leagues, 1933-50. Won Negro National League pennant nine straight years while first baseman of the Homestead Grays. Ranked among home run leaders and won Negro National League batting . . . Map (db m46051) HM
 
 
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Dec. 4, 2022