“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Greene County, Illinois

Clickable Map of Greene County, Illinois and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Greene County, IL (4) Calhoun County, IL (6) Jersey County, IL (22) Macoupin County, IL (36) Morgan County, IL (20) Pike County, IL (54) Scott County, IL (7)  GreeneCounty(4) Greene County (4)  CalhounCounty(6) Calhoun County (6)  JerseyCounty(22) Jersey County (22)  MacoupinCounty(36) Macoupin County (36)  MorganCounty(20) Morgan County (20)  PikeCounty(54) Pike County (54)  ScottCounty(7) Scott County (7)
Carrollton is the county seat for Greene County
Adjacent to Greene County, Illinois
      Calhoun County (6)  
      Jersey County (22)  
      Macoupin County (36)  
      Morgan County (20)  
      Pike County (54)  
      Scott County (7)  
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1 Illinois, Greene County, Carroliton — Thomas Carlin1789 - 1852 — Sixth Governor of Illinois, 1838 - 1842 —
This monument is erected by the State of Illinois in grateful remembrance of distinguished servicesMap (db m171015) HM
2 Illinois, Greene County, Carrollton — Greene County Soldiers and Sailors Memorial
This monument was erected by General William Passmore Carlin, For Carrollton Post No. 442 G.A.R. To the memory of the Soldiers and Sailors Of Green County, Illinois. September 28, 1901Map (db m181712) WM
3 Illinois, Greene County, Carrollton — Thomas Carlin
Thomas Carlin, sixth elected Governor of Illinois (1838-1842), was an early settler of Illinois and a prominent figure in organizing Greene County and establishing Carrollton as its county seat in 1821. Born in Kentucky in 1789, Carlin came to . . . Map (db m142746) HM
4 Illinois, Greene County, White Hall — Edward L. HagerKnown as "The Drummer Boy of Shiloh"
Edward L. Hager grew up in White Hall where he was engaged in farming. On November 13, 1861, he enlisted at Carrollton, Illinois, in Company 61st Illinois Infantry, presumably as a member of the Band, Fife and Drum Crop. Military records show he . . . Map (db m181807) HM
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Oct. 2, 2023