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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Greenwood, Indiana

 
Clickable Map of Johnson County, Indiana 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 Johnson County, IN (39) Bartholomew County, IN (17) Brown County, IN (10) Marion County, IN (246) Morgan County, IN (11) Shelby County, IN (8)  JohnsonCounty(39) Johnson County (39)  BartholomewCounty(17) Bartholomew County (17)  BrownCounty(10) Brown County (10)  MarionCounty(246) Marion County (246)  MorganCounty(11) Morgan County (11)  ShelbyCounty(8) Shelby County (8)
Franklin is the county seat for Johnson County
Greenwood is in Johnson County
      Johnson County (39)  
ADJACENT TO JOHNSON COUNTY
      Bartholomew County (17)  
      Brown County (10)  
      Marion County (246)  
      Morgan County (11)  
      Shelby County (8)  
 
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1Indiana (Johnson County), Greenwood — First Cabin in Greenwood
Greenwood was founded Sept. 30, 1823. The original land owners, who were descendants of Dutch immigrants, came from Mercer County, Kentucky. A log cabin was built on or near this site by John B. and Jane Brewer Smock. The first church (Presbyterian) . . . Map (db m69294) HM
2Indiana (Johnson County), Greenwood — First Church, School and Cemetery
Presbyterians formed the first church in Greenwood on Dec. 31, 1825, and erected the first church building in Johnson County on or near this site in early 1826. The meeting house and surrounding cemetery occupied two acres of land that were donated . . . Map (db m69295) HM
3Indiana (Johnson County), Greenwood — Glade-Dobbins Cemetery
By 1832 neighbors were using this site for family burials. October 31, 1851, Francis and Rachel Dobbins in consideration of $18 deeded to Hiram Henry, Bethany Presbyterian - Conrad McClain, Hurricane Baptist - Oliver Harbert, Rocklane . . . Map (db m69327) HM
4Indiana (Johnson County), Greenwood — J. T. Polk Canning Co.
James T. And Laura B. Polk started what became the largest cannery west of Baltimore by first canning tomatoes on their kitchen stove in 1872. “Polk’s Best” brand of canned vegetables were sold world wide for many years. The huge factory . . . Map (db m69313) HM
5Indiana (Johnson County), Greenwood — James T. and Laura Polk Community House
The Community House was erected as a memorial to James T. And Laura Polk by their son and daughter, Ralph Polk and Pearl Polk Dungan. It was dedicated as the center for many varied activities on Feb. 5, 1920. The building has contained the public . . . Map (db m69310) HM
6Indiana (Johnson County), Greenwood — The Birthplace of Banking in Greenwood
The first bank, the Bank of Greenwood, was started in 1892 in a brick building that was built on this site by Grafton Johnson. It became the Greenwood Banking Co. In 1893 and was The First National Bank from 1906 to 1930, when the banking firm moved . . . Map (db m69316) HM
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7Indiana (Johnson County), Greenwood — Veterans Memorial
Dedicated to the Honor and Sacrifice of Our men and women who Served our Country They Gave their Today for our TomorrowMap (db m69322) WM
 
 
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Dec. 1, 2022