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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Newton
Newton, North Carolina and Vicinity
▶ Catawba County (28) ▶ Alexander County (8) ▶ Burke County (20) ▶ Caldwell County (7) ▶ Iredell County (22) ▶ Lincoln County (37)
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|Coeducational, liberal arts. Affiliated with Evangelical & Reformed Church. Opened ½ mi. N., 1851. Moved to Salisbury, 1925, & enlarged. — — Map (db m156713) HM|
To the Confederate Soldiers of Catawba County 1861-65
Full Companies Sent Out
Co. A. 12 Reg.
Co. F. 23 Reg.
Co. C. 28 Reg.
Co. E. 32 Reg.
Co. E. 57 Reg.
Co. F. 32 Reg. . . . — — Map (db m156720) WM|
| "That freedom and justice might prevail, these Catawbans died" 1917-1918 James Russell Boggs · William A. Bolick · Sgt. Theodore P. Bonner · Adolphus G. Cansler · Thaddius C. Carpenter · Frank E. Cline · Henry Dameron · George R. Davis · Fred . . . — — Map (db m156719) WM|
|Superintendent of Public Instruction, 1897-1901; president of Catawba College, 1901-04;
newspaper editor. Home 3 blocks E. — — Map (db m156744) HM|
|On a Civil War raid through Western North Carolina by Gen. George Stoneman's U.S. Cavalry troops commanded by Col. William J. Palmer passed through Newton on April 17, 1865, burned the Confederate Commissary depot and the county jail, and shot and . . . — — Map (db m152421) HM|
|Secretary of Interior, 1893-1896, Governor of Georgia, United States Senator, was born, 1855 at Catawba College, then located at this point. — — Map (db m156714) HM|
| This tablet is dedicated to the Glory of God and the commemorate the unbroken record of the preaching of the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ on or near this site since 1757 A.D. This church, known as Old St. Paul's Church, first known as "Dutch . . . — — Map (db m156757) HM|
|Superior Court judge; a founder of Catawba College; state senator & Confederate colonel. His home stood here. — — Map (db m152420) HM|
|Beneath this marker is the
"Old Court House Well"
Dug 1842 Sealed 1908
During those years it was the
public water supply for Newton — — Map (db m156717) HM|
|Organized before 1771 as a union church by German settlers. Present building erected ca. 1820. — — Map (db m156745) HM|
|A tribute to Mathias Barringer, Lipsicom Adam, - Grundt, - Haas, - Wilson, and another, who were massacred on John's River in Gen. Rutherford's "forced march" against the Cherokees in 1776, and to Philip Fry who alone escaped, and to Conrad Tippong, . . . — — Map (db m156715) HM WM|