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Sampson County North Carolina Historical Markers

 
Gabriel Holmes Marker image, Touch for more information
By Brandon Burton, July 18, 2014
Gabriel Holmes Marker
North Carolina (Sampson County), Clinton — I 6 — Gabriel Holmes 1769-1829
Governor, 1821-1824; Congressman. His son, Theophilus H. Holmes, a Confederate General. Home stood 2 mi. SE. — Map (db m79851) HM
North Carolina (Sampson County), Clinton — I-35 — Richard Clinton
Lieut. colonel militia, member Provincial Congress, 1775, legislature, conventions 1788, 1789. This town named for him. Home was nearby. — Map (db m114364) HM
North Carolina (Sampson County), Clinton — Sampson County Confederate Monument
(front side)In Honor of The Confederate Soldiers of Sampson County Who bore the flag of a nation's trust and fell in a course though lost, still just, and died for me and you 1861-1865(back side)Ashford – Sillers Chapter U. . . . — Map (db m130955) WM
North Carolina (Sampson County), Clinton — The First Sampson County Man Killed in World War II
In Memory of Robert A. Fields, E.M. 3C, U.S. Navy, who died Dec. 7, 1941, the first Sampson County man killed in World War II, and all others that gave their lives for Sampson County North Carolina. Erected by American Legion post #22 . . . — Map (db m130957) HM WM
North Carolina (Sampson County), Clinton — Town of Clinton Established 1784
In 1784 Richard Clinton deeded five acres to commissioners for use for the public buildings of the new county of Sampson. The community that flourished in this vicinity came to be known as Sampson Courthouse. The N.C. General Assembly in 1818 . . . — Map (db m114363) HM
North Carolina (Sampson County), Newton Grove — 1-5 — William Rufus King
Congressman from N.C., 1811-16; Senator from Alabama for 29 years. Vice-President of the United States, 1853. Born six miles east. — Map (db m79994) HM
North Carolina (Sampson County), Turkey — I-40 — Thomas O. Moore 1804-1876
Governor of Louisiana, 1860-1864; a leader of the secession movement. His birthplace stood 4½ miles northwest. — Map (db m114365) HM

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