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Historical Markers in Englewood, Florida

 
Clickable Map of Charlotte County, Florida 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 Charlotte County, FL (34) DeSoto County, FL (8) Glades County, FL (3) Hendry County, FL (4) Highlands County, FL (7) Lee County, FL (84) Sarasota County, FL (248)  CharlotteCounty(34) Charlotte County (34)  DeSotoCounty(8) DeSoto County (8)  GladesCounty(3) Glades County (3)  HendryCounty(4) Hendry County (4)  HighlandsCounty(7) Highlands County (7)  LeeCounty(84) Lee County (84)  SarasotaCounty(248) Sarasota County (248)
Punta Gorda is the county seat for Charlotte County
Englewood is in Charlotte County
      Charlotte County (34)  
ADJACENT TO CHARLOTTE COUNTY
      DeSoto County (8)  
      Glades County (3)  
      Hendry County (4)  
      Highlands County (7)  
      Lee County (84)  
      Sarasota County (248)  
 
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1Florida (Charlotte County), Englewood — Bass Biological Labs/Cookie House
The Bass Biological Laboratory and Zoological Research Supply Facility Company was established on this site c. 1931 by John Foster Bass, Jr. (1897-1939) and his wife Else Bass (1898-1973). As the first full-time marine station on the Florida . . . Map (db m151045) HM
2Florida (Charlotte County), Englewood — The Cookie House
The unique "Cookie House" was built c. 1931 by John Foster Bass, Jr. (1897-1939) founder of the Bass Biological Laboratory and Zoological Research Supply Company, to serve as his personal office and laboratory near the Bass home on New Point Comfort . . . Map (db m151050) HM
3Florida (Sarasota County), Englewood — Lemon Bay Cemetery
Since the late 1800's the deceased loved ones of Englewood's pioneer settlers have been laid to rest on this high sandy ridge. The land for the cemetery was deeded to the citizens of the Lemon Bay area, by means of trustees, by John H. and Florence . . . Map (db m15669) HM
 
 
  
  
 
 
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Sep. 29, 2022