“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in DeBary, Florida

Clickable Map of Volusia County, Florida and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Volusia County, FL (388) Brevard County, FL (316) Flagler County, FL (64) Lake County, FL (52) Marion County, FL (198) Orange County, FL (190) Putnam County, FL (54) Seminole County, FL (138)  VolusiaCounty(388) Volusia County (388)  BrevardCounty(316) Brevard County (316)  FlaglerCounty(64) Flagler County (64)  LakeCounty(52) Lake County (52)  MarionCounty(198) Marion County (198)  OrangeCounty(190) Orange County (190)  PutnamCounty(54) Putnam County (54)  SeminoleCounty(138) Seminole County (138)
DeLand is the county seat for Volusia County
DeBary is in Volusia County
      Volusia County (388)  
      Brevard County (316)  
      Flagler County (64)  
      Lake County (52)  
      Marion County (198)  
      Orange County (190)  
      Putnam County (54)  
      Seminole County (138)  
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1Florida (Volusia County), DeBary — Charles Richard BeallCity of DeBary Memorial Park
As exemplary of DeBary, youth patriotism and good citizenship, the Gray family is proud to honor the name of Charles Richard Beall. In 1966, at 19 years of age, he enlisted in the Army and on March 6, 1968 he was killed in action in Vietnam, the . . . Map (db m175910) WM
2Florida (Volusia County), DeBary — DeBary HallVictorian Style on the Frontier — DeBary Hall Historic Site —
Welcome to DeBary Hall Historic Site - once the winter retreat of a wealthy New York wine merchant. European-born Frederick deBary (who used a small d while others capitalized) built this house in the 1870s, acquired thousands of acres, . . . Map (db m175936) HM
3Florida (Volusia County), DeBary — F-155 — DeBary Hall / Florida Federation of Art, Inc.
DeBary HallBuilt in 1871 by Baron Frederick de Bary. Born 1815 in Germany of Belgian descent, de Bary came to New York in 1840 as agent for Mumm's Champagne. His estate of many hundred acres here in Florida was a hunting and fishing preserve . . . Map (db m46164) HM
4Florida (Volusia County), DeBary — Equipment ShedDeBary Hall Historic Site
This trailhead pavilion has roots. One of the deBary retreat’s oldest structures was a long shed next to the stable. For years, its bays sheltered wagons and farm equipment – until the owners, the hunting estate, and the shed itself faded away. . . . Map (db m176101) HM
5Florida (Volusia County), DeBary — F-15 AircraftCity of DeBary Memorial Park
The F-15 on display is actually an F-15A, serial number 76-0076, but painted and marked to depict F-15C, serial number 85-125, assigned to the 58th Fighter Squadron/33rd Fighter Wing in King Abdulaziz Air Base, Saudi Arabia during 1996.Map (db m175904) HM
6Florida (Volusia County), DeBary — Korean War Veterans MemorialCity of DeBary Memorial Park
Dedicated to the Memory of all Korean War VeteransMap (db m175857) WM
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7Florida (Volusia County), DeBary — POW / MIA’s MemorialCity of DeBary Memorial Park
In Living Memory of our POW/MIA’s You Shall Not Be Forgotten Map (db m175859) WM
8Florida (Volusia County), DeBary — The Ice HouseDeBary Hall Historic Site
One of deBarys’ early outbuildings was this frame ice house. From the retreat’s start in the 1870s, it would have been helpful to visitors and cooks. At first, the estate’s ice came from northern rivers, and lakes, and ice farms. Packed in . . . Map (db m176076) HM
9Florida (Volusia County), DeBary — The Ice TradeDeBary Hall Historic Site
The industry that brought ice to DeBary Hall was an amazing venture. Wealthy Americans had long taken ice from their own ponds and streams, but in the early 1800s entrepreneur Frederic Tudor began exporting it commercially to southern U.S. . . . Map (db m176096) HM
10Florida (Volusia County), DeBary — The StableDeBary Hall Historic Site
This stable dates from the earliest years of the deBarys’ winter place. It appears in an 1882 survey but must be older than that. From the 1870s, the estate relied on horses and mules for trips to local towns, hunting, leisure riding and managing . . . Map (db m176099) HM
11Florida (Volusia County), DeBary — The Tenant HouseDeBary Hall Historic Site
This plain house ounce stood on a road just east of its present site. Donated and moved, it recalls the deBarys’ largely forgotten workers. The building appears in an 1882 estate survey, though local traditions say these “quarters” predated the . . . Map (db m176029) HM
12Florida (Volusia County), DeBary — Tracking the Tenant HouseDeBary Hall Historic Site
The tenant house is a mystery. It could be older than DeBary Hall and might have belonged to settlers who sold Frederick deBary the core acreage for his retreat. Those owners lived on their land, but exactly where is not clear. By 1882, . . . Map (db m176041) HM
13Florida (Volusia County), DeBary — WorkingDeBary Hall Historic Site
Who kept the deBary estate running? Resident managers (including William Padgett in the twentieth century) cared for the retreat year-round, supervising contractors, employees, and day laborers. They did many jobs: carpentry, painting, roofing, . . . Map (db m176075) HM
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Nov. 30, 2022