300 yards Northwest of this marker, near the creek branch, stood a tannery begun by John Frederick and Philip Kerner, two sons of Joseph Kerner for who the town was named. During the War between the States (1861-1865) the tannery was operated by . . . — — Map (db m54129) HM
In the early 1870's, the citizens of the Town of Kernersville literally brought the Railroad to and through Kernersville by contributing the physical labor to construct over four miles of track, thereby bringing commerce to the Town and raising the . . . — — Map (db m54134) HM
Here George Washington breakfasted June 2, 1791.
The following excerpt is from his diary of his southern tour:
"In company with the Govr. I set out for
Guilford. By 4 o'clock-breakfasted at one
Dobson's at the distance of . . . — — Map (db m98372) HM
The trading post was established by Joseph H. Beeson in the 1880's. Joseph converted the old Haley Inn into a trading post that provided essential goods and services to the community that extended from Sedge Garden to Teague Town and from Bunker . . . — — Map (db m99758) HM
by Ned R. & Annabel Stuart
The Bldg. was originally opened as Kernersville's First Auto Showroom and is on the National Register of Historic Places.
Due to the many Hats Ned Stuart wore serving the town it was used as: The . . . — — Map (db m54131) HM