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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…
In memory of the men who foughtand the units of the Crown Forcesin which they served at theBattle of Guilford CourthouseMarch 15, 1781MMXVI< Rear of Monument: >Lt. Gen. Charles, 2nd Earl CornwallisCommanding OfficerLest We Forget< Right of Monumen…
William HooperSigner of the Declarationof IndependencePlaced byDescendants of the Signers of theDeclaration of Independence, Inc.
John PennSigner of the Declarationof IndependencePlaced byDescendants of the Signers of theDeclaration of Independence, Inc.
Capt. James TateVA. RiflemanMarch 15, 1781
In memoriam. Lieut. Col. "Hal." Dixon,of Caswell County   N.C. 3rd N.C. Regiment, Continental Line Brandywine Sept. 11 1777. Germantown Oct. 4th 1777. Monmouth June 20th 1778. Stono Ferry June 20th 1779. Camden Aug. 16th 1779. Guilford Co…
Dr. David Caldwell Born 1724 Died 1824 Preacher Teacher Physician Patriot 1909