“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Noblesville, Indiana

Clickable Map of Hamilton County, Indiana and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Hamilton County, IN (37) Boone County, IN (18) Clinton County, IN (4) Hancock County, IN (5) Madison County, IN (41) Marion County, IN (238) Tipton County, IN (8)  HamiltonCounty(37) Hamilton County (37)  BooneCounty(18) Boone County (18)  ClintonCounty(4) Clinton County (4)  HancockCounty(5) Hancock County (5)  MadisonCounty(41) Madison County (41)  MarionCounty(238) Marion County (238)  TiptonCounty(8) Tipton County (8)
Noblesville is the county seat for Hamilton County
Noblesville is in Hamilton County
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      Marion County (238)  
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1Indiana (Hamilton County), Noblesville — Allison Building
Built in the 1880s by Margaret Allison, this building housed a jewelry store in the 1880s and a cigar factory in the 1890s. The carrara glass facade on the first floor is a unique feature in downtown Noblesville.Map (db m27840) HM
2Indiana (Hamilton County), Noblesville — Bachman Building
Built in the 1870s by the Bachman family, this building housed a bookstore, clothier and cigar store in the 1800s. In the 1900s, several restaurants were here, including the “Billy Bee Restaurant” in 1929 and 1930.Map (db m27885) HM
3Indiana (Hamilton County), Noblesville — Bordner-Paskins BuildingSurround Yourself Downtown — Noblesville Main Street, Inc. —
Erected by Mary H. Roudebush c. 1901, this building was sold in halves to each of two young entrepreneurs in 1916. P. P. Paskins Restaurant and Walter Bordner Monument Works shared the simple structure for over 50 years.Map (db m129350) HM
4Indiana (Hamilton County), Noblesville — Bryan Clauson
Known internationally as one of America’s most popular and successful short-track racers, Bryan Clauson was also a proud Noblesville Miller. Despite his passing in 2016, at only age 27, his mark was already indelible. 112 USAC wins ranks him in . . . Map (db m175607) HM
5Indiana (Hamilton County), Noblesville — Caylor Block
This three-unit block was built in 1884 by H. M. Caylor as a dry goods store. Typical of Victorian Gothic style, second-story details feature decorative arched stonework around the windows and the Corbel table bearing the Caylor name.Map (db m27886) HM
6Indiana (Hamilton County), Noblesville — 29.2005.1 — Conner Street Historic District
Hamilton County formed 1823. Noblesville platted 1823, selected county seat 1824, incorporated 1851. Located east of downtown commercial area; boundaries are Conner and Logan streets (east and west) and 10th and 17th streets (north and south). . . . Map (db m240) HM
7Indiana (Hamilton County), Noblesville — Corner Drug Store
This was the site of the old Corner Drug Store, a three story building & popular gathering spot, which stood from c.1850 until it was razed in 1914. The present structure was then built & continued as a drugstore until 1995.Map (db m27872) HM
8Indiana (Hamilton County), Noblesville — Craycraft Block
Built by Daniel Craycraft in 1889, this Queen Anne building housed Meade Vestal's law office. Vestal was a prominent Democrat and Circuit Court judge. The second floor loggia is unique for a commercial building.Map (db m27842) HM
9Indiana (Hamilton County), Noblesville — Crownland Cemetery Veterans Memorial
In memory of those who died while serving their country Gold Star Veterans Korean War Charles Chii Dress • John Frederick Christy • Robert Townsend Copple • Malcom Darrell Ireland • Charles R. Kenley • Robert P. . . . Map (db m161450) WM
10Indiana (Hamilton County), Noblesville — Dedicated to All Veterans
( Etched Seals ) United States - - Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, Coast Guard, and POW * MIAMap (db m37894) WM
11Indiana (Hamilton County), Noblesville — First National Bank
Moving from a modest first floor site on Logan Street, this “modern banking house” was constructed in 1910 as the first new building of the decade. It features a limestone facade and ionic pilisters (sic) in the neo-classical style.Map (db m27917) HM
12Indiana (Hamilton County), Noblesville — Five and Ten Building
F. M. Bachman, a German immigrant, constructed this c.1880 building for his grocery business. The building is best known for housing the Morris 5&10¢ Store, located here from the 1920s to the 1950s.Map (db m27845) HM
13Indiana (Hamilton County), Noblesville — Grand Hotel
J. Frank Becker built the “Becker House” in 1884 and used it as a bakery, restaurant, and boarding house. John Dietrich bought the property in 1905, calling it the Grand Hotel which had a “fireplace in every room.”Map (db m27887) HM
14Indiana (Hamilton County), Noblesville — Hamilton County (Indiana) Honor Roll
(Large Stone Benches) (Left Bench) ““ From these honored dead we take increased devotion to that cause for which. . .” (Right Bench) “. . .they gave the last full measure of devotion”“ . . . Map (db m38156) WM
15Indiana (Hamilton County), Noblesville — Heylmann Repository
The long-standing carriage & wagon manufactory of Heylmann & Sons had its beginnings here. Built in 1872, it is one of downtown's oldest remaining structures. A facade remodeling in 1918 updated it for a new tenant, the gas company.Map (db m27888) HM
16Indiana (Hamilton County), Noblesville — J. L. Evans Building
This building has been continuously used as a tavern since it was built by James L. Evans in 1889. It was strategically located on this corner to service railroad passengers with food and drink downstairs and boarding upstairs.Map (db m27863) HM
17Indiana (Hamilton County), Noblesville — Joseph Block
The Joseph Block was built by two wealthy brothers, Julius and Louis Joseph, around 1900. It first housed a furniture and hardware store and later the House of Crane, a popular cigar shop and pool hall until 1928.Map (db m27864) HM
18Indiana (Hamilton County), Noblesville — Lacy Block
Constructed in 1888 by Albert H. Lacy, this building appears to be 4 stories, but the blind windows mask a decked roof. The tenants have included a hardware store for over 100 years and the Knights of Pythias for over 40 years.Map (db m27862) HM
19Indiana (Hamilton County), Noblesville — Masonic Hall
Built c. 1870, this building once housed the City Theater on the third floor and the local newspaper on the second. Purchased by Masonic Lodge No. 57 in 1884, and updated with a stepped gable, it was home to the Masons until 1915.Map (db m27865) HM
20Indiana (Hamilton County), Noblesville — New York Store
This brick structure was built as two buildings in the late 1880s. Around 1920 they were modified with the single facade. Occupants included a hardware store, pool hall, and the New York Store Company, a large department store.Map (db m27883) HM
21Indiana (Hamilton County), Noblesville — 29.2007.1 — Potter's Covered Bridge
First bridge spanning White River at Potter's Ford was commissioned 1860 and named after the landowner, William Potter. In 1870, Hamilton County Commissioners voted for construction of this "Howe Truss" bridge. It was finished 1871 and . . . Map (db m8165) HM
22Indiana (Hamilton County), Noblesville — R. R. Stephenson Block
A single-step parapet sports the name R. R. Stephenson, the judge and politician who built this block in 1888. Two storefronts housed the gas company and a brother's plumbing business. Since 1933 it has been home to taverns.Map (db m27913) HM
23Indiana (Hamilton County), Noblesville — Richwine Block
In 1915 George C. Richwine built a combination apartment house and business block on the site of his home and buggy shop. Then considered a monstrosity, this unusual California mission style glazed brick building is revered today.Map (db m27889) HM
24Indiana (Hamilton County), Noblesville — Shirts Building
Site of the First Presbyterian Church from 1850-1903, this building was erected in 1904 by Stella Shirts. A central staircase between two ground-floor retail spaces leads up to four office that retain much original woodwork.Map (db m27890) HM
25Indiana (Hamilton County), Noblesville — Sowerwine Building
Built in 1867 and rebuilt in 1887, this building has continuously held dry goods stores: 1898-1920, C. W. Sowerwine; 1920-1925, Osbon Dry Goods; c.1925-1981, Willits Department Store; 1982-2001, Watson's Carpet.Map (db m27866) HM
26Indiana (Hamilton County), Noblesville — 29.1994.1 — The Central Canal
These canal-bed earthworks are remnants of construction on the Central Canal from 1836-39. It was planned to link the Hoosier interior with interstate markets, via the Wabash & Erie Canal, as part of the 1836 Internal Improvement Act. Indiana's . . . Map (db m41624) HM
27Indiana (Hamilton County), Noblesville — 91001862 — The Noblesville Commercial Historic District
The Noblesville Commercial Historic District has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the united States Department of the Interior - - + - - + - - + - - The District is roughly bounded . . . Map (db m37887) HM
28Indiana (Hamilton County), Noblesville — Wainwright Trust Building
Built c. 1880, the Wainwright Trust Company was located here until the 1930s. The county's first abstract company, Wainwright and Hall, was forerunner to the Trust Company formed in 1901Map (db m27914) HM
29Indiana (Hamilton County), Noblesville — White River GreenwayPotter's Bridge: Spanning Through Time
Potter's Bridge was built in 1871 by Josiah Durfee of Noblesville for a mere $13,000. It connects the land called "Potter's Ford,” named for William A. Potter (1838-1883) who owned and farmed the surrounding land. Why Were Bridges . . . Map (db m163077) HM
30Indiana (Hamilton County), Noblesville — Wild Building
The Wild building was built in 1880 by Leonard Wild, the “merchant prince and largest builder of his home city”. Designed by Huebner and Mueller of Indianapolis, it housed Wild's dry goods store for more than 15 years.Map (db m27874) HM
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Jul. 6, 2022