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Marshalton Inn

Pennsylvania, Chester County, MarshalltonThe Marshalton Inn Licensed 1822 Has Been Placed on the National Register of Historic Places By The United States Department of the Interior Constructed c. 1793...

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Rev. Constantine P. Smith

Missouri, St. Louis Native of Cavan, Ireland Born June 2, 1838 Ordained June 29, 1862 Died February 5, 1898 Founder and first pastor of Saint Agnes Church R.I.P. (Cemeteries & Burial Sites •...

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The Vistula Road

Indiana, Steuben County, FremontThe pioneers traveling from Chicago to Toledo used this road. It was the oldest path of travel in the Central West - first used by Indians - then French traders,...

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Rev. A. [Aloys] V. Garthoeffner

Missouri, St. Louis First Superintendent of Catholic Schools of St. Louis He helped children to know and love their God (Cemeteries & Burial Sites • Churches, Etc. • Education) Includes location,...

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Rev. Ambrose J. Heim

Missouri, St. Louis [Front] Died Jan. 3, 1854 Aged 47 years The Priest of the Poor [Back] Spiritual Director of the first conference of the St. Vincent de Paul Society. Founded in North America at St....

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Rev. John C. Granville

Missouri, St. Louis Born Dec. 2, 1868 Ordained Dec. 17, 1892 Died Oct. 26 1911 R.I.P. Chaplain of the 14th U.S. Cavalry Founder of the Church of the Nativity 1904 - 1911 (Cemeteries & Burial Sites...

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Rev. James J. Toomey

Missouri, St. Louis Born May 8, 1852 in Bruff, Co. Limerick, Ireland Ordained at Montreal, Canada Dec. 18, 1891 Died Pastor of Farmington, Mo. Apr. 21, 1906 Burial services at St. Bridget's Church,...

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Father Thomas Ambrose Butler

Missouri, St. Louis Born in Dublin, Irl'd Mar. 21, 1837 Died Sept. 6, 1897 R.I.P. First Pastor of St. Cronan's Church Priest & Poet Ordained in Maynooth Mar. 17, 1864 (Arts, Letters, Music •...

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Fort Graham Cemetery

Texas, Hill County, near WhitneySettlement in this area began shortly after Fort Graham, a frontier military post established here in 1849, was abandoned in 1853. The first recorded burial in this...

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Supple's Marsh

Wisconsin, Fond du Lac County, Fond du LacSupple's Marsh came into being along with Lake Winnebago after retreat of a glacial ice sheet that covered this region 10,000 years ago. The retreating glacier...

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Nimíipuu (Nez Perce)

Missouri, St. Louis [Traveling?] approximately 2,000 miles from present-day Idaho, four Nimíipuu (Nez Perce) came to St. Louis in the fall of 1831 to the home of William Clark. Feeling pressure from an...

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Morris Ravine School

California, Butte County, near OrovilleThe one room school built here in 1863 survived mining booms and busts, world wars and a great depression only to have social changes close its doors forever in...

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Oregon City Cemetery

California, Butte County, near OrovilleIn 1864 the Strang family moved to Oregon City. The institution date of the Oregon City Cemetery is unknown, the oldest grave is believed to be August 16, 1878....

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Oregon City

California, Butte County, near OrovilleEntering California over the Applegate and Lassen trails, a party of Oregonians captained by Peter H. Burnett, arrived here in Autumn of 1848 to establish the...

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Stirling City

California, Butte County, Stirling CityThis peaceful community, gateway to the remote regions of the High Lakes of Butte and Plumas Counties, owes its origin and subsequent development to the entrance...

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Founders of Saint Louis, Missouri

Missouri, St. Louis Buried here are the remains of many men and women who were founders, on 14 February 1764, of the city of St. Louis, including Nicolas Beaugeneau • Jean-Baptiste Bequette...

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James MacCash

Missouri, St. Louis Born Springburn, Glasgow, Scotland August 16, 1834 Died St. Louis, Missouri December 27, 1922 Founder of theOrder of Scottish Clans at St. Louis on November 30, 1878 To commemorate...

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The Seizure of the Planter

South Carolina, Charleston County, Charleston   Early on May 13, 1862, Robert Smalls, an enslaved harbor pilot aboard the Planter, seized the 149-ft. Confederate transport from a wharf just east of...

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A New View of an Old Ship

Massachusetts, Suffolk County, CharlestonSince 1981, millions of visitors have walked the decks of USS CASSIN YOUNG, experiencing her history and heroics. Now they have the opportunity to see a new...

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Oyster Bay Railroad Station

New York, Nassau County, Oyster BayHome train station of Theodore Roosevelt President of the United States 1901 - 1909, July 2005 Place on the National Register of Historic Places. Plaque sponsored by...

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