“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 Williamston, Michigan

Clickable Map of Ingham 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> Ingham County, MI (149) Clinton County, MI (8) Eaton County, MI (57) Jackson County, MI (46) Livingston County, MI (64) Shiawassee County, MI (34)  InghamCounty(149) Ingham County (149)  ClintonCounty(8) Clinton County (8)  EatonCounty(57) Eaton County (57)  JacksonCounty(46) Jackson County (46)  LivingstonCounty(64) Livingston County (64)  ShiawasseeCounty(34) Shiawassee County (34)
Mason is the county seat for Ingham County
Williamston is in Ingham County
      Ingham County (149)  
      Clinton County (8)  
      Eaton County (57)  
      Jackson County (46)  
      Livingston County (64)  
      Shiawassee County (34)  
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1Michigan (Ingham County), Williamston — L2260 — Downtown Historic District
(Side 1) Williamston grew where two Native American trails crossed. In 1834, settlers Hiram and Joseph Putnam built the north-south road that became Putnam Street. Construction of the Grand River Turnpike from Detroit to Grand Rapids in . . . Map (db m84507) HM
2Michigan (Ingham County), Williamston — L883 — George Beeman House
George Beeman House Built in 1876Map (db m174724) HM
3Michigan (Ingham County), Williamston — McCormick ParkCity of Williamston
Since 1931, improvements to Williamston's McCormick Park are the result of citizens and groups who care. Click on photo to read details.Map (db m174723) HM
4Michigan (Ingham County), Williamston — L2182 — Methodist Episcopal Church
In July 1896, 101 farmers and teams of horses delivered 219 wagonloads of fieldstone to this site. The farmers participated in the “Great Stone Bee,” a contest to gather and deliver “hard heads” with which to build this Methodist Episcopal Church. . . . Map (db m174725) HM
5Michigan (Ingham County), Williamston — L1918 — Saint Mary Parish
(Side 1) Beginning in the 1850s, Williamston Catholics worshipped with visiting priests. They often traveled ten miles by carriage or horseback on rutted, muddy roads to Saint Patrick Church in Woodhull (present-day Shaftsburg) to worship . . . Map (db m84588) HM
6Michigan (Ingham County), Williamston — HB52 — St. Katherine's Chapel
This building was erected about 1887 for John Forster, an early surveyor in the Lake Superior Copper Country. In 1888 the chapel, named in memory of Forster’s daughter Kitty, was presented to the Protestant Episcopal Diocese of Michigan. Simple in . . . Map (db m174733) HM
7Michigan (Ingham County), Williamston — The BridgeLinking a City
1842: The wooden bridge Though no records exist of Williamston's first bridge, there must have been bridges to move supplies and traffic between the mills and farms on the north side. One entering our Village from the north, . . . Map (db m118899) HM
8Michigan (Ingham County), Williamston — The Mill
In early times, communities grew up around mills, particularly sawmills and grist mills. Settlers needed to make regular trips to grist mills in order to convert their grain crops into flour or meal for their families, livestock and sale. . . . Map (db m118900) HM
9Michigan (Ingham County), Williamston — Williamston Area World War II Memorial
Dedicated in Memory of Those Who Made The Supreme Sacrifice in World War II Locke Township Dansby, Robert G. La Preze, Robert R. Powers, Milford Leroy Township Swartz, James William White, Kenneth H. Wheatfield . . . Map (db m182479) WM
10Michigan (Ingham County), Williamston — Williamston Civil War Memorial
In memory of Eli P. Alexander Post No. 103 1861-1865Map (db m182478) WM
11Michigan (Ingham County), Williamston — Williamston Wall of Honor
. . . Map (db m182480) WM
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Aug. 14, 2022