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Abraham Summey 1827 - 1900 Summey Town Hezekiah Davis 1825 - 1891 Davis Town Hezekiah Davis came to this area with his family in 1836. He was 10 years old. He grew up an ambitious and hardworking young man. Through his industry and fores…
In Memory ofChief Shipshewanaand his band ofPottawattamie Indians,removed from this reservationSept. 4, 1838 and escorted to Kansasby a company of soldiers. One year later, the heartbroken Chiefwas allowed to return tohis old camp groundson the…
Honor RollAlbright, Arnold · Albright, Earl · Austin, Emoral · Barber, Claude · Bell, Cecil · Bell, Charles · Bell, Kathryn - Nurse · Brainard, Milo · Bryant, Frank · Bryant, Walter &m…
LaGrange Co.To its Defendersof the Flag.
U. S. S. Maine Destroyed in Havana Harbor February 15th, 1898 This tablet is cast from material recovered from the U. S. S. Maine
( Plaque One ) Roll of Honor Citizens of LaGrange County who served our Country in World War I ( Names listed "A - L" ) ( Row One ) Floyd T. Aishe ▫ Clarence Virl Allen ▫ Wm. W. Anders ▫ George E. Anderson τ…
((The extreme weather-aged condition of these plaques - - has made them difficult to read.)) ( Plaque One ) Roll of Honor Citizens of LaGrange County who served our Country in World War II ( Names listed "A - E" ) ( Row One ) …
Corner Stonelaid with public ceremony.Aug. 15th A.D. 1878. County OrganizedMay 14th A.D. 1832. Jacob Vandevanter Edmund Littlefield Arthur Barrows First Commissioners. Joshua T. Hobbs First Clerk. County Seat located at LimaA.D. 1832. …
The Centennial Stone was erected in 1936 to commemorate the one hundredth anniversary of the founding of the Town of LaGrange on June 13, 1836. LaGrange County was established by act of the Indiana Legislature in 1832, sixteen years after India…
This tablet is dedicated to the memory of The Revolutionary Soldiersburied in LaGrange County - ? - - D. A. R. Crest - - ? - Placed by LaGrange De Lafayette Chapter D. A. R.