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

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Vero Beach is the county seat for Indian River County
Fellsmere is in Indian River County
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      Brevard County (344)  
      Okeechobee County (14)  
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1 Florida, Indian River County, Fellsmere — F-519 — Birthplace for Equal Suffrage for Women in Florida
“ The population of Fellsmere is of a high type of intelligence, with lofty ideals and wise execution. Progressive in all things, perhaps no better indication of the fact may be given than the unanimous vote of the town granting unrestricted . . . Map (db m14303) HM
2 Florida, Indian River County, Fellsmere — Fellsmere
Fellsmere is a dramatic account of floods, land "booms" and land "busts". Named for E. Nelson Fell, Fellsmere was first incorporated in 1911, as part of St. Lucie County. The Fellsmere Farms Land Development Company promoted the area's rich soils . . . Map (db m14304) HM
3 Florida, Indian River County, Fellsmere — F-404 — Fellsmere Grade
Fellsmere, the northernmost town in St. Lucie County in 1919, had a population of over 800 people. The county built the first public road to cross the St. Johns River marsh in St. Lucie County (now Indian River County). Promoted as the . . . Map (db m95495) HM
4 Florida, Indian River County, Fellsmere — Fellsmere Historical Church
Local residents built this church, circa 1922. It was dedicated in 1924 as the First Methodist Episcopal Church of Fellsmere. In 1955 a storm destroyed the spire and cross and in 1990 the bell had to be removed. A grant from the Florida . . . Map (db m235715) HM
5 Florida, Indian River County, Fellsmere — F-766 — Fellsmere Union Church
(side 1) Fellsmere Union Church, located at 12 North Hickory Street, is the first and oldest church in the City of Fellsmere. The Reverend James A. Liggitt, Pastor of the Presbyterian Church of London, Ohio, and a property owner in . . . Map (db m93260) HM
6 Florida, Indian River County, Fellsmere — Fellsmere Veterans Memorial
To honor those who served our country, guarding our shores in times of war and peace.Map (db m14305) HM
7 Florida, Indian River County, Fellsmere — F-997 — Frank and Stella Heiser House
Frank William Heiser was born in Lafayette, Indiana, in 1892. He was orphaned at age 14 and later dropped out of school. In 1911, Heiser bought a 20-acre farm in Fellsmere and moved to the area in 1912. He married Fellsmere Sales Company secretary . . . Map (db m127811) HM
8 Florida, Indian River County, Fellsmere — F-707 — The Fellsmere Public School
(side 1) The Fellsmere Public School, the first masonry school building in what is now Indian River County, was constructed during 1915 and 1916 at 22 South Orange Street. The 22,680 square foot, two-story school with a raised basement was . . . Map (db m93265) HM
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9 Florida, Indian River County, Fellsmere — F-725 — The Fellsmere Railroad
The standard-gauge Fellsmere Railroad was completed in 1910 with 60 lb. rail to replace the old Sebastian & Cincinnatus narrow-gauge railroad built in 1896 between Sebastian and Fellsmere. The Fellsmere Farms Company used the 10-mile-long railroad . . . Map (db m93266) HM
10 Florida, Indian River County, Fellsmere — F-693 — The Marian Fell Library
The Merian Fell Library, the oldest library in Indian River County, opened its doors to the public on May 1, 1915 at 63 North Cypress Street, Fellsmere, Florida. Construction of the library was made possible by Marian Fell, daughter of Edward Nelson . . . Map (db m93264) HM
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Jun. 12, 2024