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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Dagsboro, Delaware

 
Clickable Map of Sussex County, Delaware 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 Sussex County, DE (421) Kent County, DE (250) Caroline County, MD (85) Dorchester County, MD (148) Wicomico County, MD (94) Worcester County, MD (94) Cape May County, NJ (170)  SussexCounty(421) Sussex County (421)  KentCounty(250) Kent County (250)  CarolineCountyMaryland(85) Caroline County (85)  DorchesterCounty(148) Dorchester County (148)  WicomicoCounty(94) Wicomico County (94)  WorcesterCounty(94) Worcester County (94)  CapeMayCountyNew Jersey(170) Cape May County (170)
Georgetown is the county seat for Sussex County
Dagsboro is in Sussex County
      Sussex County (421)  
ADJACENT TO SUSSEX COUNTY
      Kent County (250)  
      Caroline County, Maryland (85)  
      Dorchester County, Maryland (148)  
      Wicomico County, Maryland (94)  
      Worcester County, Maryland (94)  
      Cape May County, New Jersey (170)  
 
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1Delaware, Sussex County, Dagsboro — S-23 — Baltimore Hundred
Prior to 1775 this hundred was claimed as part of Worchester County, Maryland being named for Lord Baltimore. After boundary line between Maryland and Delaware was confirmed, Baltimore Hundred became part of Sussex County, Delaware.Map (db m37404) HM
2Delaware, Sussex County, Dagsboro — SC-59 — Dagsboro
Settled at the site of a gristmill on Pepper Creek, this village was originally known as Blackfoot Town. The present name of the community is derived from that of John Dagsworthy. A New Jersey native who moved to this area in the mid- 18th . . . Map (db m37239) HM
3Delaware, Sussex County, Dagsboro — SC-113 — Hickory Hill Methodist Church
For many years local Methodists were forced to travel a considerable distance to attend services. In 1873, Houston’s School House was established as a preaching place within the local circuit. The success of this effort stimulated interest . . . Map (db m61105) HM
4Delaware, Sussex County, Dagsboro — POW ★ MIAYou Are Not Forgotten
Since World War II, more than 82,000 American soldiers are unaccounted for. This unoccupied seat is dedicated to the memory of these brave men and women and to the sacrifices each made in serving our country. God bless you. God bless . . . Map (db m198873) WM
5Delaware, Sussex County, Dagsboro — Prince George's Chapel
Built 1755 as a chapel of Worcester Parish Dedicated June 15, 1974 as a State Historic Site.Map (db m206863) HM
6Delaware, Sussex County, Dagsboro — SC-118 — Prince George's Chapel
Before the settlement of the boundary dispute between Delaware and Maryland, this area was considered to lie in Maryland. On July 5, 1755, responding to the request of members of the Church of England residing in the upper portion of Worcester . . . Map (db m39556) HM
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7Delaware, Sussex County, Dagsboro — Rev. Edward Dingle of England
The Rev. Edward Dingle of England settled at Dagsboro, Del. Nov. 11, 1753, also built St. Martin's Church, Worcester Co. MD. 1756 completed 1759. He died 1763 and was buried with his wife under St. Martins pulpit as was the English custom.Map (db m190339) HM
8Delaware, Sussex County, Dagsboro — Spring Banke
Spring Banke has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m198875) HM
9Delaware, Sussex County, Dagsboro — Veterans Memorial
This flag is dedicated to those who have served in the Armed Forces of the United StatesMap (db m190340) WM
10Delaware, Sussex County, Dagsboro — World Wars I and II Memorial
In honor of those who paid the supreme sacrifice in World War II Reginald M. Layfield • William H. Morris • Randall C. Joines and in memory of those who served in World Wars I and IIMap (db m198874) WM
 
 
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Feb. 9, 2023