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Born1 December 1969Killed in the line of dutyon the Indiana Toll RoadSt. Joseph County4 March 1999Served the Indiana State Policefrom13 December 1998 to 4 March 1999
The Havilah Beardsley House 102 West Beardsley Avenue has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior 1848
Erected by Albert R. Beardsley Placed on the National Register of Historic Places November 28, 1978 by the United States Department of the Interior in cooperation with the Indiana Department of Natural Resources Division of Historic Preservation.
The old Indian trail which followed the Elkhart River, turned here to the northwest, and connected the "Miamis Fort" with "Fort St. Joseph". From the time of the French and Indian War in 1755 to 1763, up to the settlement of t…
(Front (West) Panel) Erected A.D. 1909, by the Ex-Soldiers and Sailors Association Elkhart Indiana To the memory of our departed heroes of the Union Army. Their services to a grateful country were gallant and self sacrificing. May they enjoy a h…
Elkhart High School 1910-1972 Second and High Streets Architect: E. Hill Turnock Superintendent: E.H. Drake Principal: S.B. McCracken Elkhart High School was designed and built to match the existing Central School Building (bottom photo), creat…
Elkhart Carnegie Public Library 1903-1963 Second and High Streets Local Financial Supporters: A.H. Beardsley, G.B. Pratt, Sr. And the City of Elkhart Head Librarian: Katherine Sage In February 1901, backed by a promise from the Elkhart City Cou…
Erected by The William Tuffs Chapter National Society Daughters of the American Revolution In Honor of the Revolutionary Soldiers Buried in Elkhart County William Tuffs ? Walter Denny ? John Proctor ? Jacob Leer ? John R. Cathcart Dedicated Ju…
In Memory of those from this community who gave their lives in the World Wars Orval H. Andrews · William G. Anglin · Arthur Buss · Robert W. Chambers · Dale Junior Cleveland · Robert W. Geyer · Devon R.…
Settler John Cripe who died in 1841 is believed to be the first burial at West Goshen. The site was purchased and used by the German Baptist Church beginning in 1859. The cemetery was ceded to the City of Goshen in 1975.