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

Clickable Map of Lake County, Illinois and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Lake County, IL (62) Cook County, IL (394) McHenry County, IL (36) Allegan County, MI (52) Berrien County, MI (77) Van Buren County, MI (65) Kenosha County, WI (39)  LakeCounty(62) Lake County (62)  CookCounty(394) Cook County (394)  McHenryCounty(36) McHenry County (36)  AlleganCountyMichigan(52) Allegan County (52)  BerrienCounty(77) Berrien County (77)  VanBurenCounty(65) Van Buren County (65)  KenoshaCountyWisconsin(39) Kenosha County (39)
Waukegan is the county seat for Lake County
Grayslake is in Lake County
      Lake County (62)  
      Cook County (394)  
      McHenry County (36)  
      Allegan County, Michigan (52)  
      Berrien County, Michigan (77)  
      Van Buren County, Michigan (65)  
      Kenosha County, Wisconsin (39)  
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1Illinois (Lake County), Grayslake — 164 HawleyBuilding History
On November 19, 1895 a one room frame school house was moved to this location from the northeast corner of Lake Street and Belvidere Road. Soon afterwards the building was extended ten feet to the front, raised ten feet and a brick veneer was added. . . . Map (db m55556) HM
2Illinois (Lake County), Grayslake — St. Andrew Church BellBell History
The original bell from St. Andrew Episcopal church heralded many events in the life of the church and community. Usually an altar boy would be assigned the task of pulling the long rope. It was rung before regular services. It was rung for weddings . . . Map (db m55555) HM
3Illinois (Lake County), Grayslake — The Story of This Land
In 1895, the year of Grayslake's incorporation, Charles F. Kuebker bought the land that encompasses Central Park from Charles Whitehead. He brought his wife and young son to Grayslake the following year. They tilled the soil and raised animals. In . . . Map (db m55557) HM
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Sep. 29, 2022