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Civil War Casualties Grave Site and Marker image, Touch for more information
By William Fischer, Jr., April 11, 2011
Civil War Casualties Grave Site and Marker
Missouri (Lafayette County), Concordia — Civil War Casualties
Buried in this vicinity of St. Paul's Cemetery are members of the congregation who died as a result of Civil War guerrilla activity from September, 1862 to October 10, 1864. The victims include Heinrich Steinbrink, Heinrich Eickhoff, Christian . . . — Map (db m43993) HM
Missouri (Lafayette County), Concordia — Concordia Veterans Memorial
In memory of those who served in the Civil War Spanish-American War World War. — Map (db m43985) HM
Missouri (Lafayette County), Concordia — Lions Club Clock Tower
Marker A: This tower is a memorial to all past and present members of the Concordia Lions Club who have served the interests of the Concordia community. The Club, which was chartered on March 28, 1938, with sixteen members has expanded its . . . — Map (db m43984) HM
Missouri (Lafayette County), Concordia — Massacre Site / Concordia
Side A: Massacre Site On August 22, 1861, "State Guard" troops under Col. Edwin W. Price plundered this community taking household goods, farm animals and merchandise from Brockhoff's Store. Sunday, Oct. 5, 1862, sixty drunken . . . — Map (db m43980) HM
Missouri (Lafayette County), Concordia — Missouri Pacific Caboose
Missouri Pacific Caboose, #13645, a gift of the Union Pacific Railway Company, was located in the park on March 10, 1989, a reminder that from May, 1871 to July, 1982 a railroad ran from Lexington to Sedalia through Concordia. The Lexington and . . . — Map (db m43989) HM
Missouri (Lafayette County), Concordia — Replica of the Statue of Liberty
With the faith and courage of their forefathers who made possible the freedom of these United States The Boy Scouts of America dedicate this copy of the Statue of Liberty as a pledge of everlasting fidelity and and loyalty . . . — Map (db m43987) HM
Missouri (Lafayette County), Concordia — St. Paul's College High School and Junior College
Side A: In 1883 St. Paul's was founded by the Reverend F. J. Blitz with the help of Lutherans in the Concordia area who with him saw the need for more ministers of the Gospel of Jesus Christ to serve the growing population of the west. The . . . — Map (db m43976) HM
Missouri (Lafayette County), Concordia — St. Paul's Lutheran Church Cornerstone
This cornerstone is from St. Paul's "Old Brick Church" 1860 - 1905 erected on this site in 1860 and enlarged in 1880 during the pastorate of Rev. F. J. Biltz — Map (db m44014) HM
Missouri (Lafayette County), Concordia — St. Paul's Lutheran Church Veterans Memorial
This memorial is dedicated to the 65 members of St. Paul's Lutheran Church who served our country in World War I and in loving memory of Edward Lohman who gave his life for our country. This memorial is dedicated to the . . . — Map (db m44012) HM
Missouri (Lafayette County), Concordia — Veterans War Memorial
To honor all veterans who valiantly fought for Liberty, Freedom and Justice. World War I World War II Korean War Vietnam War Desert Storm Dedicated Nov. 11, 1989 — Map (db m43978) HM
Missouri (Lafayette County), Concordia — Wilk School Bell
This bell originally hung in the tower of Wilk School, which stood at this location and was named after the school's first teacher, Mr. W. Wilk. Built in 1887 by St. Paul's Lutheran Congregation, Wilk School was primarily for upper grade students . . . — Map (db m43991) HM

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