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Macon Monument
 
Nathaniel Macon
Guilford Courthouse
View complete article and references at Commemorative Landscapes of North Carolina at: https://docsouth.unc.edu/commland/monument/121
 
Description: This monument consists of a rough granite boulder with a bronze tablet bearing the inscription. It stands approximately 5-feet tall.
 
Inscription:
NATHANIEL MACON / WILLED THAT HIS MEMORIAL SHOULD / CONSIST ONLY OF RUDE STONES / HERE THEY ARE.
 
Dedication date: 7/4/1902
 
Materials & Techniques: Granite and bronze.
 
Sponsor: Judge David Schenck
 
Unveiling & Dedication: An address was given by Thomas M. Pittman, Esq.
 
City: Greensboro
 
County: Guilford
 
Subjects: Revolutionary War
 

 

Latitude: 
36.13179
Longitude: 
-79.84731
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