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Georgetown, Indiana Historical Markers

 
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By William Fischer, Jr.
Veterans Memorial and Founders Markers
Indiana (Floyd County), Georgetown — George W. Waltz Bicentennial Celebration of Georgetown's Founding Father 1808 - 2008 —

1807 George W. Waltz/Walts, Anna Brewer Walts & family left Pennsylvania to go west

1808 Recorded 170 acre purchase in Harrison Co. Indiana Territory

1809 Petitioned Congress for U.S. Government intervention of . . . — Map (db m96071) HM

Indiana (Floyd County), Georgetown — Georgetown Floyd County

Named for George Walts, from Pennsylvania, who settled here in 1807. The earliest settler was Patrick Henry Shields, a Virginian, who arrived in 1805 and became prominent in early Indiana affairs as statesman and soldier. Here in 1890 was born . . . — Map (db m96073) HM

Indiana (Floyd County), Georgetown — Patrick Shields Bicentennial Celebration of First Georgetown Settlers 1805 - 2005 —

Patrick & Mary Nantz Shields Children James & Henry

1811 Aide to General Wm H Harrison in Tippecanoe Campaign

1816 Delegate to the Indiana Constitutional Convention and signed the historical document at Corydon's . . . — Map (db m96067) HM

Indiana (Floyd County), Georgetown — Veterans Memorial

Dedicated to All Veterans of Georgetown, Indiana — Map (db m96066) HM


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