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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Howell, Michigan

Clickable Map of Livingston County, Michigan and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Livingston County, MI (64) Genesee County, MI (134) Ingham County, MI (150) Jackson County, MI (66) Oakland County, MI (400) Shiawassee County, MI (35) Washtenaw County, MI (259)  LivingstonCounty(64) Livingston County (64)  GeneseeCounty(134) Genesee County (134)  InghamCounty(150) Ingham County (150)  JacksonCounty(66) Jackson County (66)  OaklandCounty(400) Oakland County (400)  ShiawasseeCounty(35) Shiawassee County (35)  WashtenawCounty(259) Washtenaw County (259)
Howell is the county seat for Livingston County
Howell is in Livingston County
      Livingston County (64)  
      Genesee County (134)  
      Ingham County (150)  
      Jackson County (66)  
      Oakland County (400)  
      Shiawassee County (35)  
      Washtenaw County (259)  
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1Michigan (Livingston County), Howell — American Legion Veterans Memorial
Devereaux Post 141 In Memory Of Our Departed ComradesMap (db m182474) WM
2Michigan (Livingston County), Howell — L94 — Ann Arbor Railroad
Howell raised $20,000 in 1885 to induce the Toledo, Ann Arbor & Northern Michigan to enter town. Many believed the town, already served by one railroad, would boom with a second line. Early in 1886 a right-of-way dispute erupted in an armed brawl . . . Map (db m107759) HM
3Michigan (Livingston County), Howell — L391 — County CourthouseRegistered Michigan Historic Site
Albert E. French designed this two-and-a-half story brick and stone building. This edifice, completed in 1890, shows influence of Richardsonian architecture and has maintained many of its original Victorian furnishings. Peter and Maria Cowdry . . . Map (db m107800) HM
4Michigan (Livingston County), Howell — L1889 — Frank J. Hecox House
This “House of Seven Gables” was built in 1886-87 by the farm family of Frank J. and Ada Hecox. A plastered brick wall in the basement is inscribed with Frank Hecox’s initials and the date 1887. The Hecox family left the area by 1900, and Ada sold . . . Map (db m174718) HM
5Michigan (Livingston County), Howell — L2178 — George W. Lee House
This c. 1846 Greek Revival house, among Howell's oldest, was home to prominent citizen George W. Lee (1812-1882). Lee moved from New York State to Michigan in 1836. A businessman and public servant, Lee helped establish the Republican Party in 1854 . . . Map (db m107753) HM
6Michigan (Livingston County), Howell — L2013 — Howell Carnegie Library
The Howell library association originated as the Ladies Library Association in 1875. That year, the ladies began offering books for lending. The need for spacious, permanent quarters grew, and in 1902, for three hundred dollars and railroad . . . Map (db m107873) HM
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7Michigan (Livingston County), Howell — Lakeview Cemetery GAR Civil War Memorial
In Memory Of Our Fallen ComradesMap (db m182473) WM
8Michigan (Livingston County), Howell — Livingston Co. Civil War Memorial
Waddell Woman's Relief Corps in memory of and dedicated to Waddell Post No. 120. G.A.R. and all Veterans of Livingston Co. who served in the war of '61-'65 "They fought to save US a Nation"Map (db m182475) WM
9Michigan (Livingston County), Howell — L1896 — Livingston County Press
The Livingston County Press, one of Michigan's oldest weekly newspapers, traces its roots to The Livingston Courier, The Livingston Republican and The Livingston Democrat. The Courier, established in 1843, was . . . Map (db m107830) HM
10Michigan (Livingston County), Howell — Livingston County Veterans Honor Roll
Honor Roll In Grateful Memory Of Those From Livingston County Who Gave Their Lives In World War II 1941-1945Map (db m182477) WM
11Michigan (Livingston County), Howell — Livingston County WWI Honor Roll
Honor Roll A Tribute To The 656 Heroic Ones Who Served Their Country * 1914 * World War * 1919 * In Memoriam [a list of 25 heros] "In a righteous cause they have won Immortal glory and have nobly served . . . Map (db m182476) WM
12Michigan (Livingston County), Howell — Old Indian Trail
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13Michigan (Livingston County), Howell — L184 — Opera House
Built c. 1881Map (db m107799) HM
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14Michigan (Livingston County), Howell — L1938 — Saint Augustine Catholic Church and Cemetery
During the 1830s a number of Irish Catholic settlers migrated from New York State to Deerfield and Tyrone Townships, drawn by the prospect of purchasing inexpensive land. When they arrived there was no parish to serve them. In 1843 Father Patrick . . . Map (db m176612) HM
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Oct. 5, 2022