“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 Charlotte, Michigan

Clickable Map of Eaton County, Michigan and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Eaton County, MI (57) Barry County, MI (14) Calhoun County, MI (117) Clinton County, MI (8) Ingham County, MI (150) Ionia County, MI (12) Jackson County, MI (52)  EatonCounty(57) Eaton County (57)  BarryCounty(14) Barry County (14)  CalhounCounty(117) Calhoun County (117)  ClintonCounty(8) Clinton County (8)  InghamCounty(150) Ingham County (150)  IoniaCounty(12) Ionia County (12)  JacksonCounty(52) Jackson County (52)
Charlotte is the county seat for Eaton County
Charlotte is in Eaton County
      Eaton County (57)  
      Barry County (14)  
      Calhoun County (117)  
      Clinton County (8)  
      Ingham County (150)  
      Ionia County (12)  
      Jackson County (52)  
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1Michigan (Eaton County), Charlotte — L1719 — 1845 Eaton County CourthouseRegistered Michigan Historic Site
This building served as Eaton County's courthouse from 1846 to 1872. The first courthouse was built in Bellevue in the 1830s. In 1840, Charlotte became the county seat, and in 1844 the county supervisors voted to erect a new courthouse on the . . . Map (db m126072) HM
2Michigan (Eaton County), Charlotte — L1371 — Center Eaton United Methodist Church
On November 30, 1878, the local Methodist class purchased land for a church from Benjamin and Catherine Spotts for $25.00. Church men cut and hewed the logs for the building. The Reverend B. E. Paddock dedicated the church on November 10, 1881. . . . Map (db m126010) HM
3Michigan (Eaton County), Charlotte — S190 — Eaton County / Eaton County Courthouse Square
Eaton County Eaton County was organized in 1837 and named for President Andrew Jackson's war secretary, John H. Eaton. Pioneers had come to Bellevue, the first county seat, in 1833. The county was settled chiefly by New Englanders who . . . Map (db m121314) HM
4Michigan (Eaton County), Charlotte — L187 — First Congregational Church of Charlotte
This handsome brick church was completed in 1881. Seven persons organized the congregation in 1851 in nearby Carmel Township. Moving to Charlotte the next year, they held services in the wooden courthouse and in 1856 built the city's first place of . . . Map (db m121366) HM
5Michigan (Eaton County), Charlotte — L1489 — Gresham United Methodist Church
Members of the Gresham United Methodist Church first worshipped in a school and in homes. In 1879 Palmer and Rebecca McDonald gave this site on which to build a church. In order to erect the church, people in the community donated logs, which were . . . Map (db m191522) HM
6Michigan (Eaton County), Charlotte — History of the Bennett Park Dam
The dam at Bennett Park was built around 1907 to provide cooling water for a stream generated water works facility. Additionally, it served as a local recreational attraction for many members of the community who would swim and fish here. The . . . Map (db m126182) HM
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7Michigan (Eaton County), Charlotte — L2076 — Joseph & Mary Hall HouseRegistered Michigan Historic Site
Local builder Nathan Johnson built this house around 1845 for Charlotte's first physician, Joseph P. Hall, and his wife, Mary. The house was moved from the business district to this site in 1868. Many professionals lived here, including . . . Map (db m126029) HM
8Michigan (Eaton County), Charlotte — L2154 — Lawrence Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church
Side 1 Served for many years by circuit riding ministers, the Methodist congregation dates from 1838, making it Charlotte's oldest religious society. People worshipped at the home of Jonathan Searles, in a temporary courtroom in the Eagle . . . Map (db m121387) HM
9Michigan (Eaton County), Charlotte — S691 — Luren D. Dickinson / The "Country Capitol"
Luren D. Dickinson Michigan's thirty-seventh governor, Luren D. Dickinson (1859-1943), prided himself on being a frugal farmer. As a young man he taught school and served as principal of Potterville High School before becoming . . . Map (db m125995) HM
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Sep. 29, 2022