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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Centreville, Michigan

 
Clickable Map of St. Joseph County, Michigan 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 St. Joseph County, MI (36) Branch County, MI (71) Calhoun County, MI (102) Cass County, MI (33) Kalamazoo County, MI (40) Van Buren County, MI (46) Elkhart County, IN (77) LaGrange County, IN (11)  St.JosephCounty(36) St. Joseph County (36)  BranchCounty(71) Branch County (71)  CalhounCounty(102) Calhoun County (102)  CassCounty(33) Cass County (33)  KalamazooCounty(40) Kalamazoo County (40)  VanBurenCounty(46) Van Buren County (46)  ElkhartCountyIndiana(77) Elkhart County (77)  LaGrangeCounty(11) LaGrange County (11)
Centreville is in St. Joseph County
    St. Joseph County (36)
    Branch County (71)
    Calhoun County (102)
    Cass County (33)
    Kalamazoo County (40)
    Van Buren County (46)
    Elkhart County, Indiana (77)
    LaGrange County, Indiana (11)
 
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1Michigan (St. Joseph County), Centreville — Centreville Civil War Monument
. . . Map (db m74941) WM
2Michigan (St. Joseph County), Centreville — Culbertson Cemetery
The Culbertsons owned all the land south and east of this point to the river from 1835-1983. Carroll Culbertsons estate designated burial rights to the families of 3 devisees who still use the cemetery. This cemetery was illustrated in . . . Map (db m61711) HM
3Michigan (St. Joseph County), Centreville — L56 — Langley Covered Bridge
This is the longest of Michigan's few remaining covered bridges. It is 282 feet long with three, 94-foot spans of the Howe-truss construction. The bridge was built in 1887 by Pierce (?) Bodner of Parkville, using the best quality white pine for the . . . Map (db m64539) HM
4Michigan (St. Joseph County), Centreville — L2201 — Leverett and Amanda Clapp House
This Italianate style house was built in 1879-80 for Leverett and Amanda Hampson Clapp, who were among Centreville’s most prominent citizens. The 1880 tax rolls listed this house as the most valuable residence in Centreville. Amanda (1840-1931) . . . Map (db m72998) HM
5Michigan (St. Joseph County), Centreville — One Hundredth Anniversary of Centreville
Erected in Commemoration of the One Hundredth Anniversary of the Founding of the Village of Centreville 1831 – 1931Map (db m72981) HM
6Michigan (St. Joseph County), Centreville — L1150A — St. Joseph County Courthouse
(Front Side) Michigan Territorial Governor George B. Porter proclaimed Centreville the St. Joseph County seat on November 22, 1831. On November 7, 1831, Robert Clark Jr., Electra W. Dean, Charles Noble and Daniel B. Miller donated the . . . Map (db m64540) HM
7Michigan (St. Joseph County), Centreville — St. Joseph County Veterans Memorial1999
As They Died to Make Mankind Free, Let Us Live to Complete the Task Veterans of World War I Austin, Harold Darwin • Baer, Clyde Cicero • Becker, Gustav G. • Behan, William J. • Blood, Robert B. • Brown, Arthur Floyd • Cole, Harold . . . Map (db m72997) HM
8Michigan (St. Joseph County), Centreville — L238 — Stewart House
This handsome L-shaped residence retains the characteristics of Greek Revival architecture and features symmetrically placed windows flanked by distinctive pilaster trim. It was constructed in the 1840s by Daniel and Alexander Stewart who were . . . Map (db m64728) HM
 
Oct. 15, 2021