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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Middleburg, Florida
Location of Middleburg, Florida
► Clay County (22) ► Baker County (17) ► Bradford County (3) ► Duval County (228) ► Putnam County (51) ► St. Johns County (369)
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|Fort Heilman, named after Brevet Lieutenant Colonel Julius F. Heilman, was built in the mid 1830´s at the spot where the north and south forks of Black Creek join. It was a temporary wooden stockade used during the First Seminole War as a . . . — — Map (db m102605) HM|
|Roy Stanley Geiger, the “Father of Marine Corps Aviation,” was born on January 25, 1885, in his family home on what is now the campus of Middleburg First Baptist Church. He served as a school teacher, principal, and lawyer. Geiger joined . . . — — Map (db m102461) HM|
|Middleburg developed in the early 1800s as a transportation center linking the St. Johns River with the peninsular interior. Originally settled in the 1820s as Clark´s Ferry, a crossing on Black Creek, it became a major military entrepot during the . . . — — Map (db m102459) HM|
|Founded on or before July 27, 1828 by Isaac Boring, a Methodist Circuit Riding Preacher. First known as The Black Creek Methodist Church. This frontier Methodist society met in homes until the present church was built in 1847. In continuous use . . . — — Map (db m102460) HM|
| Samuel B. Thompson owned and operated
dock and warehouses at the foot of
Thompson St. (now Wharf St., name changed
about 1951). Thompson's warehouses were
burned by Union soldiers in 1864.
After the Civil War, Albert S. Chalker
operated . . . — — Map (db m70285) HM|