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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Dadeville, Alabama
Location of Dadeville, Alabama
► Tallapoosa County (48) ► Chambers County (18) ► Clay County (17) ► Coosa County (3) ► Elmore County (35) ► Lee County (64) ► Macon County (84) ► Randolph County (8)
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In honor of those who served so gallantly
in World War II, 1941 — 1945
in memory of the following
who made the supreme sacrifice
Monroe Newman G.W. Henderson — — Map (db m95134) WM|
|This tablet is placed by
in commemoration of the
one hundredth anniversary
Battle Of Horseshoe Bend,
fought within its limits
on March 27, 1814.
There the Creek Indians, led by
Menawa and other chiefs, . . . — — Map (db m28751) HM|
Dadeville First Baptist Church was organized on December 1, 1838. The initial congregation of nine community members. banding together to serve Christ, met first in a home and then in the Masonic Lodge. The first sanctuary, built in 1854 on . . . — — Map (db m95106) HM|
Fletcher Farrington, after graduating from the Alabama Polytechnic Institute (now Auburn University), came to Tallapoosa County as a county agent for the Agricultural Extension Service in 1932. Concluding that soil erosion was the local farmers . . . — — Map (db m95105) HM|
|Alabamas first medical school.
Trained physicians who
rendered great service to
the State and Confederacy.
Closed by war
and death of its founder,
Philip M. Shepard, M.D. — — Map (db m28741) HM|
|There on March 27, 1814 General Andrew Jackson commanding U. S. forces and friendly Indians, broke the power of the Creek Confederacy. — — Map (db m39812) HM|
|Author, Editor, Lawyer
Secretary of Congress, C.S.A.
As a writer he created
Captain Simon Suggs
of the Tallapoosa Volunteers,
fictional character whose
humorous, rascally escapades
of pioneer days in Alabama
became world famous. — — Map (db m28745) HM|
In loving memory of the men of Tallapoosa County who made the supreme sacrifice.
25 June 1950 to 31 January 1955
Betts, Charles Jr.
Bryant, Morris N.
Buckner, Ernest B. . . . — — Map (db m68063) WM|
Peace Officers who gave their
lives in the line of duty
Larry Neal Stone
Camp Hill PD
December 20, 1968
Roland Hicks, Jr.
Camp Hill PD
August 10, 1969
Clarence Martin . . . — — Map (db m95078) HM|
To the memory of
of Tallapoosa County Alabama
who gave their lives in the
Sanford E. Adams
Henry Lorenza Dabbs
Paul H. Harris
Amos D. Howle
Clarence E. Newell
Harmie E. Stevens . . . — — Map (db m68068) WM|
| Tallapoosa County honors its
sons who gave their lives in
World War II
Jack N. Adams Charles W. Allen Phillip H. Avery James F. Baker William C. Baxter Austin Belyeu Lois Blankenship Eddie . . . — — Map (db m68162) WM|
In 1898, nine area residents organized a Presbyterian church with Rev. B.F. Bellinger as organizational pastor. Worship services were held every fourth Sunday in the old Concord School or, weather permitting, under a bush arbor on the site. A . . . — — Map (db m95111) HM|