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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Randolph County, North Carolina

 
Clickable Map of Randolph 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 Randolph County, NC (13) Alamance County, NC (124) Chatham County, NC (19) Davidson County, NC (23) Guilford County, NC (237) Montgomery County, NC (16) Moore County, NC (16)  RandolphCounty(13) Randolph County (13)  AlamanceCounty(124) Alamance County (124)  ChathamCounty(19) Chatham County (19)  DavidsonCounty(23) Davidson County (23)  GuilfordCounty(237) Guilford County (237)  MontgomeryCounty(16) Montgomery County (16)  MooreCounty(16) Moore County (16)
Adjacent to Randolph County, North Carolina
      Alamance County (124)  
      Chatham County (19)  
      Davidson County (23)  
      Guilford County (237)  
      Montgomery County (16)  
      Moore County (16)  
 
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1North Carolina (Randolph County), Asheboro — K-2 — Jonathan Worth
Governor, 1865-1868. State Treasurer, 1862-1865. Home stood one block south.Map (db m31539) HM
2North Carolina (Randolph County), Asheboro — Pisgah Covered Bridge1911
Randolph County Historic Landmark Pisgah Covered Bridge 1911 Designated March 1, 2010 Randolph County Bard of Commissioners Historic Landmark Preservation Commission Map (db m43112) HM
3North Carolina (Randolph County), Asheboro — K-27 — Plank Road
This street is the route of the Fayetteville-to-Salem plank road, a toll road 129 miles long, built 1849-54.Map (db m31538) HM
4North Carolina (Randolph County), Franklinville — 307 East Main Street
This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior Map (db m172034) HM
5North Carolina (Randolph County), Franklinville — Andrew Hunter BridgeIn Memoriam — Randolph County Revolutionary Patriots —
"Faith Rock" two hundred yards down the river is where Andrew Hunter in 1781 escaping from David Fanning, Tory, rode Fanning's horse, Red Doe, down the rock into the river and to safety.Map (db m172035) HM WM
6North Carolina (Randolph County), Franklinville — Life Along the Deep River
With its headwaters beginning north of here near High Point and Jamestown, the Deep River flows 125 miles through rolling Piedmont hills past many forming mill towns. The Deep joins the Haw River in Chatham County, becoming the Cape Fear River, . . . Map (db m172038) HM
7North Carolina (Randolph County), Randleman — Historic BuildingRandleman Chamber of Commerce
Built in 1930 to be the first office building in Randleman for North State Telephone Company at which time served only 85 magneto telephones in the community with 3 digit telephone numbers.Map (db m172041) HM
8North Carolina (Randolph County), Randleman — 48 — Naomi WiseLegends & Lore
Drowned in Deep River by her lover in 1807. Became subject of well-known North Carolina ballad bearing her name.Map (db m172043) HM
9North Carolina (Randolph County), Randleman — Randleman Veterans Memorial
All Gave Some, Some Gave All.
Disabled American Veterans "Before I conclude the subject of public justice, I cannot omit to mention the obligations this Country is under, to that meritorious Class of veteran . . . Map (db m172044) WM
10North Carolina (Randolph County), Randleman — K-19 — Trading Path
Colonial trading route, dating from 17th century, from Petersburg, Virginia, to Catawba and Waxhaw Indians in Carolina, passed nearby.Map (db m172046) HM
11North Carolina (Randolph County), Trinity — Trinity Cemetery
Here lie Braxton Craven and other builders of churches and colleges in the south, notably Duke University.Map (db m58265) HM
12North Carolina (Randolph County), Trinity — Trinity CollegeHardee’s Last Headquarters — Carolinas Campaign —
(Preface, upper left): The Carolinas Campaign began on February 1, 1865, when Union Gen. William T. Sherman led his army north from Savannah, Georgia, after the “March to the Sea.” Sherman’s objective was to join Gen. . . . Map (db m58259) HM
13North Carolina (Randolph County), Trinity — K-3 — Trinity College
Stood here. Union institute, 1839; Normal College, 1851; Trinity, 1859; Duke University, 1924. Moved to Durham, 1892.Map (db m58262) HM
 
 
Nov. 30, 2021