“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 Randolph County, Missouri

Clickable Map of Randolph County, Missouri and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Randolph County, MO (4) Audrain County, MO (15) Boone County, MO (43) Chariton County, MO (6) Howard County, MO (24) Macon County, MO (6) Monroe County, MO (4)  RandolphCounty(4) Randolph County (4)  AudrainCounty(15) Audrain County (15)  BooneCounty(43) Boone County (43)  CharitonCounty(6) Chariton County (6)  HowardCounty(24) Howard County (24)  MaconCounty(6) Macon County (6)  MonroeCounty(4) Monroe County (4)
Huntsville is the county seat for Randolph County
Adjacent to Randolph County, Missouri
      Audrain County (15)  
      Boone County (43)  
      Chariton County (6)  
      Howard County (24)  
      Macon County (6)  
      Monroe County (4)  
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1 Missouri, Randolph County, Clark — General Omar N. Bradley Memorial1893-1981 — City Park, Clark, Missouri —
. . . Map (db m116872) WM
2 Missouri, Randolph County, Clark — Sergeant Major Roswell B. Sayre
In memory of Sergeant Major Roswell B. Sayre Killed in Argonne Battle September 28th 1918 Erected by a loving father in honor of a heroic sonMap (db m156434) WM
3 Missouri, Randolph County, Huntsville — 55 — Trail of Death
On October 17 & 18, 1838 about 850 Pottawatomie Indians camped near Huntsville, on their way from northern Indiana to Kansas; a forced march accompanied by soldiers. Having traveled 13 miles in cold rain, a flooded camp caused them to stay a second . . . Map (db m96113) HM
4 Missouri, Randolph County, Moberly — 1957 — Moberly
Moberly, the “Magic City,” grew from the town platted by the North Missouri R.R. (Wabash) in 1866 to a transportation center with a 6,070 population by 1880. The North Mo. acquired the site when it took over the Chariton and Randolph R.R. after . . . Map (db m110128) HM
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Jun. 3, 2023