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

Clickable Map of New Castle County, Delaware and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> New Castle County, DE (519) Kent County, DE (218) Cecil County, MD (167) Kent County, MD (86) Gloucester County, NJ (55) Salem County, NJ (114) Chester County, PA (242) Delaware County, PA (200)  NewCastleCounty(519) New Castle County (519)  KentCounty(218) Kent County (218)  CecilCountyMaryland(167) Cecil County (167)  KentCounty(86) Kent County (86)  GloucesterCountyNew Jersey(55) Gloucester County (55)  SalemCounty(114) Salem County (114)  ChesterCountyPennsylvania(242) Chester County (242)  DelawareCounty(200) Delaware County (200)
Location of Odessa, Delaware
    New Castle County (519)
    Kent County (218)
    Cecil County, Maryland (167)
    Kent County, Maryland (86)
    Gloucester County, New Jersey (55)
    Salem County, New Jersey (114)
    Chester County, Pennsylvania (242)
    Delaware County, Pennsylvania (200)
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1Delaware (New Castle County), Odessa — NC-90 — Appoquinimink Friends Meeting House
Believed to be one of the smallest Quaker Meeting Houses in the nation, the Appoquinimink Friends Meeting House was built in 1785 by David Wilson and presented to the Friends as a gift. Local tradition identifies this structure as a stop on the . . . Map (db m10308) HM
2Delaware (New Castle County), Odessa — NC-72 — Duncan Beard
Delaware clock-maker of great distinction and silversmith lived and labored here for about thirty years until his death in 1797. Was a prominent member of Old Drawyers Presbyterian Church. Made contract with State of Delaware in 1776 for manufacture . . . Map (db m10541) HM
3Delaware (New Castle County), Odessa — NC-18 — Odessa
Indian Village Appoquinimi. Part of large grant to Alexander D'Hinoyessa, vice-director of New Amstel. Edmund Cantwell second owner of tract, 1673. Village named Cantwell's Bridge, 1731. Once important grain shipping center. Named Odessa 1855, after . . . Map (db m10307) HM
4Delaware (New Castle County), Odessa — NC-153 — Old Drawyers Presbyterian Church
The history of this congregation may be traced to the 1670s, when Dutch and Swedish members of the "Reformed Church" were gathering locally for worship. By the first decade of the 18th century the settlement of persons largely of Scottish descent . . . Map (db m10538) HM
5Delaware (New Castle County), Odessa — NC-147 — Old St. Paul's Church
In 1831, a Methodist Society was organized in this community. The congregation was incorporated as Cantwell's Bridge Methodist Episcopal Church in 1832. A small meeting house known as "Brickbat Church" was subsequently constructed on land provided . . . Map (db m10539) HM
6Delaware (New Castle County), Odessa — The Tatman OfficeC. 1840
Odessa's earliest bankMap (db m174525) HM
7Delaware (New Castle County), Odessa — Veterans Memorial
This monument is dedicated to honor those men and women who honorably served in the armed services of the United States of America especially to those who gave their tomorrows so that we could have our todays. Liberty Independence . . . Map (db m174524) HM WM
Aug. 2, 2021