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Historical Markers in Crestwood, 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 (514) Franklin County, MO (130) Jefferson County, MO (29) St. Charles County, MO (225) St. Louis County, MO (509) Madison County, IL (195) Monroe County, IL (131) St. Clair County, IL (191)  St.LouisCounty(514) St. Louis County (514)  FranklinCounty(130) Franklin County (130)  JeffersonCounty(29) Jefferson County (29)  St.CharlesCounty(225) St. Charles County (225)  St.Louis(509) St. Louis (509)  MadisonCountyIllinois(195) Madison County (195)  MonroeCounty(131) Monroe County (131)  St.ClairCounty(191) St. Clair County (191)
Clayton is the county seat for St. Louis County
Crestwood is in St. Louis County
      St. Louis County (514)  
ADJACENT TO ST. LOUIS COUNTY
      Franklin County (130)  
      Jefferson County (29)  
      St. Charles County (225)  
      St. Louis (509)  
      Madison County, Illinois (195)  
      Monroe County, Illinois (131)  
      St. Clair County, Illinois (191)  
 
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1Missouri (St. Louis County), Crestwood — Father Dickson CemeteryMissouri's Civil War
Father Dickson Cemetery was founded in 1903. The cemetery is named for Moses Dickson, a prominent African American abolitionist who passed away in 1901 and was re-interred here. This was one of the first public cemeteries in St. Louis available to . . . Map (db m163583) HM
2Missouri (St. Louis County), Crestwood — Grant's Trail: Sappington House and Father Dickson Cemetery
Sappington House • The Sappington House is the historic home of Thomas Sappington. Thomas was one of the seventeen children of John and Jemima Sappington, early pioneers of the area. John and Jemima Sappington moved to this area in 1804 . . . Map (db m140976) HM
3Missouri (St. Louis County), Crestwood — Historic Father Dickson CemeteryEstablished in 1903
Father Dickson Cemetery is an African American historic burial ground. Interred are veterans from the Civil War, Spanish American War, WWI, WWII, and the Korean Conflict, as well as notable civil rights advocates, local, state and national . . . Map (db m169306) HM
4Missouri (St. Louis County), Crestwood — Rev. Sir Moses Dickson
To the sacred memory of Rev. Sir Moses Dickson I.C.G.M. Founder of the International Order of Twelve. Born April 5, 1824 Died November 28, 1901 To the memory of Mother Mary E. Dickson Wife of the founder Born August . . . Map (db m169305) HM
5Missouri (St. Louis County), Crestwood — The Barn Center1969 — The Thomas Sappington House, Crestwood, Missouri —
The barn center was modeled after an early barn located on this property and is typical of a 19th century Missouri barn.Map (db m169303) HM
6Missouri (St. Louis County), Crestwood — Thomas Sappington House
Thomas Sappington House Built in 1808 Commemorating the 200th Anniversary in 2008Map (db m169304) HM
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Sep. 29, 2022