“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Carmi, Illinois

Clickable Map of White 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> White County, IL (21) Edwards County, IL (4) Gallatin County, IL (19) Hamilton County, IL (3) Wabash County, IL (6) Wayne County, IL (2) Gibson County, IN (28) Posey County, IN (15)  WhiteCounty(21) White County (21)  EdwardsCounty(4) Edwards County (4)  GallatinCounty(19) Gallatin County (19)  HamiltonCounty(3) Hamilton County (3)  WabashCounty(6) Wabash County (6)  WayneCounty(2) Wayne County (2)  GibsonCountyIndiana(28) Gibson County (28)  PoseyCounty(15) Posey County (15)
Carmi is the county seat for White County
Carmi is in White County
      White County (21)  
      Edwards County (4)  
      Gallatin County (19)  
      Hamilton County (3)  
      Wabash County (6)  
      Wayne County (2)  
      Gibson County, Indiana (28)  
      Posey County, Indiana (15)  
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1Illinois (White County), Carmi — "Flow Gently, Sweet Afton"
The music for this song was composed by Jonathan Edwards Spilman in 1836. He entered the ministry in 1858 and became pastor of the First Presbyterian Church in 1881. This church had been organized by his brother Benjamin F. Spilman on November 25, . . . Map (db m177871) HM
2Illinois (White County), Carmi — Bell of St. JohnsUnited Church of Christ
Deeded Jan. 24, 1881 From Jacob Barth and wife Bell cast in 1905 in St. Louis Inscription Honor, Glory to God In the Highest Map (db m177870) HM
3Illinois (White County), Carmi — Carmi's Oldest House
This house was built by early settler John Craw prior to 1817. In 1835 it was purchased by John M. Robinson, U.S. Senator (1831-43) and Illinois Supreme Court Justice (1843). The house was later occupied by his daughter Mrs. Robert Stewart and his . . . Map (db m177875) HM
4Illinois (White County), Carmi — Colonel Conger House
Colonel Everton J. Conger, who commanded the troops capturing, Abraham Lincoln's assassin, John Wilkes Booth, built this house in 1871. He practiced law in Carmi, became a Federal judge in Montana Territory, and later moved to Hawaii where he was an . . . Map (db m177874) HM
5Illinois (White County), Carmi — Ratcliff Inn
This building was erected in 1828 by James Ratcliff, nicknamed "Old Beaver" because of his energy. He was a founder of Carmi (1816), an inn-keeper, merchant, and postmaster, and White County's first Clerk, Recorder and Probate Judge. Abraham Lincoln . . . Map (db m177869) HM
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Nov. 30, 2022