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Historical Markers in Chesterfield, Missouri

 
Clickable Map of St. Louis County, Missouri 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. Louis County, MO (513) Franklin County, MO (130) Jefferson County, MO (32) St. Charles County, MO (226) St. Louis County, MO (521) Madison County, IL (201) Monroe County, IL (134) St. Clair County, IL (194)  St.LouisCounty(513) St. Louis County (513)  FranklinCounty(130) Franklin County (130)  JeffersonCounty(32) Jefferson County (32)  St.CharlesCounty(226) St. Charles County (226)  St.Louis(521) St. Louis (521)  MadisonCountyIllinois(201) Madison County (201)  MonroeCounty(134) Monroe County (134)  St.ClairCounty(194) St. Clair County (194)
Clayton is the county seat for St. Louis County
Chesterfield is in St. Louis County
      St. Louis County (513)  
ADJACENT TO ST. LOUIS COUNTY
      Franklin County (130)  
      Jefferson County (32)  
      St. Charles County (226)  
      St. Louis (521)  
      Madison County, Illinois (201)  
      Monroe County, Illinois (134)  
      St. Clair County, Illinois (194)  
 
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1Missouri (St. Louis County), Chesterfield — Alt School House — 1860
Name: Alt School House Built by: Evangelical Lutheran Concordia Congregation UAC Location: Reinke Road in Ellisville, south of Manchester Road. Facts: • First teacher was paid $100 per year. • Tuition was 75’ per . . . Map (db m179214) HM
2Missouri (St. Louis County), Chesterfield — Conway House — Bates - Conway House — circa 1859 —
Built by: Dr. Frederick Bates Jr. and Lavinia Meredith Bates, Original location: Directly across Olive Blvd. from Faust Park. Facts . Frederick Bates Jr. was the youngest son Frederick Bates, second governor of the state of Missouri.. After . . . Map (db m178856) HM
3Missouri (St. Louis County), Chesterfield — Davis House
Name: Davis House Built: The original date of construction for this house is unknown but its current appearance seems to indicate the late 1800s. Actually a two story log building, the house could date to early 1800s. Built . . . Map (db m178978) HM
4Missouri (St. Louis County), Chesterfield — Hoch House
Name: Hoch House Built: circa 1876 Built by: Henry and Lena Hoch Original Location: Chesterfield Parkway at the rear of present day BP gas station (Walgreen's parking lot) Facts:
• Henry Hoch . . . Map (db m178981) HM
5Missouri (St. Louis County), Chesterfield — Icehouse
During the winter, ice and snow would be cut from lakes or rivers, taken into the icehouse, and packed with insulation[ often straw or sawdust]. It would remain frozen for, many months, often until the following winter, and could be used as a . . . Map (db m178767) HM
6Missouri (St. Louis County), Chesterfield — Mertz Log Home
Name: Mertz Log Home Built: The first single room building was built in 1849. The house was expanded over the following 10 years. Built by: Ludwig and Salome Mertz. Original location: Campus of present day Maryville . . . Map (db m178975) HM
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7Missouri (St. Louis County), Chesterfield — Miles A. Seed Carriage House — 1887
Name: Miles A. Seed Carriage House Built: 1887 Built by: Miles A. Seed Original Location: College and Hord Avenues, Jennings, Mo. Facts: • Originally stood behind an elegant Queen Anne style home. • Miles A. . . . Map (db m179218) HM
8Missouri (St. Louis County), Chesterfield — Sellenriek Barn — late 1860s - early 1870s
Name: Sellenriek Barn Built: Late 1860s - early 1870s Built by: Frank Sellenriek Original location: The south side of Hwy 40 across from the Church Of Latter Day Saints in Town and Country Facts: • The barn is a . . . Map (db m179217) HM
9Missouri (St. Louis County), Chesterfield — Smoke House
Traditional smokehouses served both as meat smokers and to store the meats, often for groups and communities of people. Frederick Bates had his own smokehouse that fed just the residents of this estate. Food preservation occurred by salt . . . Map (db m178747) HM
10Missouri (St. Louis County), Chesterfield — The Old Stone Church — (Old Bonhomme Church)
Stephen Hempstead, a Revolutionary War hero and early settler, wrote to the Connecticut Home Missionary Society in 1815 to ask them to send a missionary to organize Presbyterian Churches in this area. On December 26, 1815, The Reverend Mr. Salmon . . . Map (db m187510) HM
11Missouri (St. Louis County), Chesterfield — Thornhill
Built between the years 1815-1820 The residence of Frederick Bates 1777 - 1825 Secretary of the Louisiana Territory 1807 - 1820 Second Governor of Missouri 1824-1825 Thornhill was donated to St. Louis County by Mr. and Mrs. . . . Map (db m178571) HM
 
 
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Nov. 30, 2022