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Richmond County North Carolina Historical Markers

 
Wide view of the Hamlet Station Marker image, Touch for more information
By Paul Crumlish, May 9, 2010
Wide view of the Hamlet Station Marker
North Carolina (Richmond County), Hamlet — K-46 — Hamlet Station
Built in 1900 to serve Seaboard Air Line Railroad. Depot was major stop for passengers on east-west & north-south rail lines. About 2 blocks east. — Map (db m31373) HM
North Carolina (Richmond County), Hamlet — K-31 — John Coltrane 1926-1967
Jazz saxophonist and composer; influential stylist. Work spanned bebop to avant garde. Born one block S.W. — Map (db m31359) HM
North Carolina (Richmond County), Rockingham — K-48 — Alfred Dockery 1797-1875
U.S. Congressman; state legislator for 10 years. A founder of the state Republican party, 1867. Home is 6 mi. northwest. — Map (db m31412) HM
North Carolina (Richmond County), Rockingham — K-50 — Cameron Morrison 1869-1953
Governor, 1921-1925; State legislator; U.S. Senator & Congressman; mayor of Rockingham. Birthplace was 6 mi. S. — Map (db m31437) HM
North Carolina (Richmond County), Rockingham — K-42 — Cartledge Creek Baptist Church
Originally Dockery's Meeting House, about 1774. Baptist State Convention, 1833, voted here to found Wake Forest Institute. About 4 miles North — Map (db m31517) HM
North Carolina (Richmond County), Rockingham — Confederate Soldiers Memorial 1861-1865
Erected in 1930, by the Pee Dee Guards Chapter, of the United Daughters of the Confederacy of Richmond County, in Loving Memory of Our Confederate Soldiers. — Map (db m56490) HM
North Carolina (Richmond County), Rockingham — Harrington Square
In Honor Of Gen. Henry William Harrington Born London, England - 1747 Died Richmond County - 1809 Revolutionary Patriot and a Founder of Richmond County and Rockingham — Map (db m56491) HM
North Carolina (Richmond County), Rockingham — K-28 — Henry William Harrington
Brigadier general of militia, 1776-81, State senator, a commissioner to locate State capital. Grave is five miles S. — Map (db m31383) HM
North Carolina (Richmond County), Rockingham — K-28 — Henry William Harrington
Brigadier general of militia, 1776-81, State senator, a commissioner to locate State capital. Grave is one mile N.W. — Map (db m31513) HM
North Carolina (Richmond County), Rockingham — K-53 — N.C. Farmers' Alliance
Organized by statewide convention of delegates in Rockingham, Oct. 4, 1887. Leonidas L. Polk elected first secretary. — Map (db m31518) HM
North Carolina (Richmond County), Rockingham — K-58 — Pee Dee Meeting
Quaker meeting organized, 1755. Westward migration led to decline by the 1840s. Cemetery located 1 1/2 mi. west. — Map (db m31511) HM
North Carolina (Richmond County), Rockingham — Richmond County Iraq & Afghanistan War Memorial
In memory of the men and women from Richmond County who lost their lives in the following wars and conflicts Iraq Afghanistan — Map (db m56515) WM
North Carolina (Richmond County), Rockingham — Richmond County Korean War Memorial
In Memory of the men and women from Richmond County who lost their lives in the Korean War God Bless You All Gave Some Some Gave All — Map (db m56513) WM
North Carolina (Richmond County), Rockingham — Richmond County Veterans Memorial
Dedicated to those who served to preserve the freedom that we share as citizens of the United Stated of America Thank you men & women of U.S. Army U.S. Air Force U.S. Coast Guard U.S. Marine Corps U.S. Navy In Honor of Those Who . . . — Map (db m56511) HM
North Carolina (Richmond County), Rockingham — Richmond County Vietnam War Memorial
Richmond County Men & Women Who Lost Their Lives in the Vietnam War Donald Lincoln Covington PFC Army 7-8-69 Benjamin Tally Dawkins SGT Army 9-6-68 Jimmie Louis Ellerbe PFC 4-5-67 Lonnie Ellerbe Jr. LCPL MC 8-13-68 Thomas Lee . . . — Map (db m56728) HM
North Carolina (Richmond County), Rockingham — Richmond County War Memorial
In memory of the men and women from Richmond County who lost their lives in the following wars and conflicts World War I Laos Dominican Republic Cambodia Lebanon Panama Grenada Desert Storm Haiti(?) Bosnia Enduring Freedom . . . — Map (db m56522) HM
North Carolina (Richmond County), Rockingham — K-12 — Sherman's March
Kilpatrick's Cavalry, a part of Sherman's Army, marching from Savannah to Goldsboro, passed through Rockingham on March 7-8, 1865. — Map (db m31515) HM
North Carolina (Richmond County), Rockingham — World War II Memorial
In loving memory of all the men and women who gave their lives in World War II. You will always be remembered. God Bless You. — Map (db m56514) HM

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