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Historical Markers in Brimfield, Illinois

 
Clickable Map of Peoria County, Illinois 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 Peoria County, IL (25) Fulton County, IL (1) Knox County, IL (14) Marshall County, IL (7) Stark County, IL (1) Tazewell County, IL (3) Woodford County, IL (5)  PeoriaCounty(25) Peoria County (25)  FultonCounty(1) Fulton County (1)  KnoxCounty(14) Knox County (14)  MarshallCounty(7) Marshall County (7)  StarkCounty(1) Stark County (1)  TazewellCounty(3) Tazewell County (3)  WoodfordCounty(5) Woodford County (5)
Peoria is the county seat for Peoria County
Brimfield is in Peoria County
      Peoria County (25)  
ADJACENT TO PEORIA COUNTY
      Fulton County (1)  
      Knox County (14)  
      Marshall County (7)  
      Stark County (1)  
      Tazewell County (3)  
      Woodford County (5)  
 
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1Illinois (Peoria County), Brimfield — Jubilee College
Jubilee College, two miles to the north, was established by Philander Chase, first Protestant Episcopal bishop of Illinois, as one of the state's early institutions of higher learning. First students were received in 1840, and the school continued . . . Map (db m150533) HM
2Illinois (Peoria County), Brimfield — Jubilee College State Historic Site
Jubilee College was founded by Bishop Philander Chase to train Episcopal ministers for service in the frontier West. Chase's ambitious plans called for a large Gothic Revival-style building to serve the men's college and theological seminary. . . . Map (db m150539) HM
3Illinois (Peoria County), Brimfield — Zion Protestant Episcopal Church
Founded by the Rt. Rev. Philander Chase, first bishop of Illinois, 1845. Restored and rededicated by the Rt. Rev. William L. Essex, Bishop of Quincy Nov. 4, 1945.Map (db m150540) HM
4Illinois (Peoria County), Brimfield — Zion Protestant Episcopal Church
This church was erected in 1845 by Bishop Philander Chase who founded Kenyon and Jubilee colleges 'He raised these hallowed walls; the prairies smiled and paradise was opened in these wilds!' Restoration work in 1945 was made possible by the . . . Map (db m150541) HM
 
 
  
 
 
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Dec. 1, 2022