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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Statesville, North Carolina
Location of Statesville, North Carolina
▶ Iredell County (22) ▶ Alexander County (8) ▶ Cabarrus County (18) ▶ Catawba County (28) ▶ Davie County (14) ▶ Lincoln County (37) ▶ Mecklenburg County (56) ▶ Rowan County (41) ▶ Wilkes County (24) ▶ Yadkin County (14)
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|First N.C. cotton & corn demonstration supervised by a county agent held here on farm of J. F. Eagle, 1907-1908. — — Map (db m65432) HM|
|Chartered in 1822. An academy to 1856; public school until 1903. This is the original building. — — Map (db m51147) HM|
|Built in 1756 by colony. Was garrisoned by North Carolina Provincials during French & Indian War, until 1762. Site 1 mi. N. — — Map (db m85401) HM|
|Presbyterian. Established ca. 1750; on this site by 1756. The Rev. James Hall first regular minister. — — Map (db m51804) HM|
|Directed construction of Fort Dobbs in 1756 while in command of Provincial forces. Irish born, Waddell was in North Carolina by 1754. During French & Indian War, he led troops to Pennsylvania in 1758 and repulsed Cherokee attack on Fort Dobbs in . . . — — Map (db m51008) HM|
|(Front): To the Soldiers of Iredell County 1861-1865. Our Confederate Dead.
(Back): From Bethel to Appomattox, their courage, patience, fortitude endurance and unselfish devotion to country are unparalleled in history.
. . . — — Map (db m51135) HM|
|In Perpetual Honor of
Our Veterans of Iredell County
Who Honorably Served in the
Armed Forces During The
Korean and Vietnam Wars
Killed in Action
Betty Jean Allison
Donald H. Barker
Bernard Eugene Bumgarner
J.W. . . . — — Map (db m57386) WM|
|In Memory of the Men of Iredell County Who Gave Their Lives in the World War
Clarence Alvin Arthurs
James Garland Ayers
Donnie Bicle Bess
Samuel Burette Blackwelder
William I. Castles . . . — — Map (db m57387) HM|
|To Honor and Remember Those of Iredell County Who Gave Their Lives in World War II
Jay Edgar Alley
William F. Anthony, Jr.
Thomas B. Arthur
Herbert Richard Baker
Herman Bostian Ballard
Charles Stephen Beck
William M. Beckham . . . — — Map (db m57388) HM|
|Editor of Statesville "Landmark" (1890-92), Charlotte "Observer" (1892-1909). His home was two blocks north. — — Map (db m51409) HM|
|Presbyterian minister, Revolutionary soldier and chaplain, educator, pioneer missionary in the Natchez country. Grave is 50 yards north. — — Map (db m98682) HM|
|Founded 1856 as a college for women. Presbyterian until 1959. Granted state community college status in 1973. Is two blocks N. — — Map (db m51005) HM|
|Established in 1934 by Lions Clubs in N.C. First meeting was held here in Vance Hotel. — — Map (db m51134) HM|
|Dedicated by the Presbyterian church to the memory of the pioneers and to the soldiers of the Indian wars, the Revolution and the Confederacy who lie buried here.
Built by the pioneers, this wall was reconstructed by the national government and . . . — — Map (db m51803) HM|
|Site of Fort Dobbs 1755. erected by Fort Dobbs Chapter D.A.R. 1910. — — Map (db m51009) HM|
On March 24, 1865, Union Gen. George Stoneman led 6,000 cavalrymen from Tennessee into southwestern Virginia and western North Carolina to disrupt the Confederate supply line by destroying sections of the Virginia and Tennessee . . . — — Map (db m57089) HM|
|On a raid through western North Carolina Gen. Stoneman's U.S. Cavalry occupied Statesville, April 13, 1865. — — Map (db m51073) HM|
|In Memory of United Spanish American War Veterans
1898 - 1902
John M. Allison Camp No. 16
Auxillary Camp No. 13
U.S.A. — — Map (db m57110) HM|
|Now historical museum, was temporary home of Gov. Zebulon B. Vance after Sherman's capture of Raleigh. April 1865. Is 350 yards southwest. — — Map (db m51408) HM|