“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 Grover, North Carolina

Clickable Map of Cleveland County, North Carolina and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Cleveland County, NC (29) Burke County, NC (30) Gaston County, NC (42) Lincoln County, NC (37) Rutherford County, NC (38) Cherokee County, SC (85) York County, SC (145)  ClevelandCounty(29) Cleveland County (29)  BurkeCounty(30) Burke County (30)  GastonCounty(42) Gaston County (42)  LincolnCounty(37) Lincoln County (37)  RutherfordCounty(38) Rutherford County (38)  CherokeeCountySouth Carolina(85) Cherokee County (85)  YorkCounty(145) York County (145)
Shelby is the county seat for Cleveland County
Grover is in Cleveland County
      Cleveland County (29)  
      Burke County (30)  
      Gaston County (42)  
      Lincoln County (37)  
      Rutherford County (38)  
      Cherokee County, South Carolina (85)  
      York County, South Carolina (145)  
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1North Carolina (Cleveland County), Grover — O-6 — Cornwallis
Entered North Carolina near here. January, 1781, on his second invasion of the state, pursuing Morgan and Green.Map (db m16819) HM
2North Carolina (Cleveland County), Grover — O-59 — Graham's Fort
Home of Col. William Graham. Site of Tory raid, 1780. Served as Revolutionary War fort. Site is 300 yds. N.E.Map (db m23528) HM
3North Carolina (Cleveland County), Grover — O 22 — North Carolina/South Carolina
North Carolina. Colonized, 1585-87, by first English settlers in America; Permanently settled C.1650; First To vote readiness for Independence, Apr. 12, 1776 South Carolina. Formed in 1712 from part of Carolina, which was chartered . . . Map (db m16820) HM
4North Carolina (Cleveland County), Grover — O-13 — Patrick Ferguson
Tory force led by Col. Ferguson camped nearby Oct. 4-5, 1780. Two days later Ferguson died in major British defeat at Kings Mountain, 5 mi. SE.Map (db m49964) HM
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Dec. 4, 2022