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Gift of Captain Basil John Fisher
Native of Aberdeen, Scotland, linguist, world traveler, horseman, British Army officer, served in India, came to the United States with two fellow officers in 1895, settled first in Asheboro, gold mi…
On April 18, 1942, 16 land-based Army B-25 Mitchell bombers led by Lt. Col. James H. "Jimmy" Doolittle took off from the Navy aircraft carrier USS Hornet to attack Japan. This historic mission was the first offensive action Of World War II against…
In Honor of
Guilford County Men
Who Died in Vietnam
(names and dates not yet transcribed)
Pfc. Phill G. McDonald
September 13, 1941 - June 7, 1968
U.S. Army, Company A, 1st Battalion
14th Infantry, 4th Division
Congressional Medal of Honor
For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity in action at the risk of his own life above and …
Approximate Center Of Guilford County as Determined for the Establishment of Greensborough as the County Seat of Guilford County, 1808.
In 1807 a petition from the people of southeast Guilford, many of whom were from the German settlements, was…
Educator, minister, & physician. Operated famous "Caldwell Log College" near here from 1767 till 1824. Home site of Dr. David and Rachel Caldwell 100 yards West, donated by Mr. & Mrs. Edward Benjamin to North Carolina Society for The Preservation …
Rachel, wife of David Caldwell and daughter of Alexander Craighead, is noted in history as one of the heroic women of the American Revolution. She is especially cited for bravery on this land, her home place, where the British encamped, and minist…
Preacher, teacher, physician, patriot, statesman. On this land, date of deed 1765, one-half mile north of this marker, is the site of his home place and famous "log college" opened 1767.
This tablet erected by the North Carolina Society of the Co…
Representative of the young men who attended the David Caldwell Academy located on this land during 1770 to 1811. Inspired by this diligent educator, their leadership was influential in the development of Greensboro, Guilford County, North Carolin…
Dedicated To The
300 Unknown Soldiers
By the Ladies'
Memorial Asso. of
Greensboro, N. C.
Daughters of the Confederacy
Guilford Chapter 301, 1899