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

Clickable Map of Wayne County, Michigan and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Wayne County, MI (568) Macomb County, MI (149) Monroe County, MI (204) Oakland County, MI (465) Washtenaw County, MI (326)  WayneCounty(568) Wayne County (568)  MacombCounty(149) Macomb County (149)  MonroeCounty(204) Monroe County (204)  OaklandCounty(465) Oakland County (465)  WashtenawCounty(326) Washtenaw County (326)
Detroit is the county seat for Wayne County
Romulus is in Wayne County
      Wayne County (568)  
      Macomb County (149)  
      Monroe County (204)  
      Oakland County (465)  
      Washtenaw County (326)  
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1 Michigan, Wayne County, Romulus — L606 — Merrill-Morris House
Constructed in 1846, this Greek Revival residence was erected just nineteen years after Romulus was first settled. Originally the home of pioneer Harvey W. Merrill, the house is believed to be the oldest still standing in the city. Large walnut . . . Map (db m210938) HM
2 Michigan, Wayne County, Romulus — Morris Homestead
Side 1 This early Victorian farmhouse was built by Robert Anson Morris and Hiram G., his son, circa 1860, of select timbers from the North. Robert and Jane Phillips, his wife, came from New York state, and in 1854 purchased this 100 . . . Map (db m98878) HM
3 Michigan, Wayne County, Romulus — Northwest Airlines Flight 255
We Remember... Our 156 loved ones who perished August 16, 1987 at 8:46 p.m. when Northwest Airlines Flight 255 crashed seconds after take off from Detroit Metropolitan Airport. Their Spirit Lives On... In Our Hearts And Minds . . . Map (db m235135) HM
4 Michigan, Wayne County, Romulus — Romulus Memorial CemeteryCounty of Wayne-State of Michigan
This historic site became a "burying ground" for early settlers circa 1833. Warren Blair purchased 80 acres from the United States government in 1832, and he gave a portion of his land for burying purposes. Located on Shook Road, this is the only . . . Map (db m170828) HM
5 Michigan, Wayne County, Romulus — Romulus Memorial Cemetery Veterans Memorial
To Honor All Those Who Have ServedMap (db m175425) WM
6 Michigan, Wayne County, Romulus — 5 — Samuel Tobyne - 1827
This first Romulus settler live here with his family when Tobyne Road was an early Indian trailMap (db m170059) HM
7 Michigan, Wayne County, Romulus, Junction — Our Boys Who Served In The World War
In Honor of Our Boys Who Served in The World War 1914-1918 Map (db m170824) WM
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Jul. 16, 2024