Lake Maxinkuckee Its Intrigue History & Genealogy Culver, Marshall, Indiana

Hertiage Park  





This address to have been 101 South Main.


The issue of the Culver Citizen for: 1996 - November 6 – The Antiquarian and Historical Society of Culver revealed plans for a small park on the site of the former Texaco gasoline station at the southwest corner of Main and Jefferson…

The Antiquarian and Historical Society created the Heritage Park on the corner of Main & Jefferson that was in
past years an empty lot and the Texaco Service Station.

Clean-up work on the former Texiaco Station began.

the placque reads:
    Heritage Park
    The Antiquarian
    and
    Historical Society of Culver

    Major Donors
    Jane and John Appel
    Mary Jo and Harvey Bradley
    Frances Butler
    Th G. Edward Curtis Family
    The James F Dickie Family
    The Edward Dunn Family
    The Ellen and Paul Gignilliat Family
    Dr. and Mrs. Robert W. Greenleaf
    The Wade C Harrison Family
    The Toots and Jim Henderson Family
    The Julia and Andre Lacy Family
    The Lauth Family
    The Betty and Jim Moss Family
    Mary and Sam Perkins
    Pinnacle Bank
    Thomas Spiece
    The Rita and Jake VanNamen Family
    The Jean and Bill Welch Family
    Mark M. Holeman, Landscape Architect
    Richard L., Fisher, Construction Supervisor
    1998


The Also were instrumental in getting the Commercial District of downtown Culver on to the National Register of Historic Places list.

The Plaque reads:
    Culver Commercial Historic District
    Has been placed on the
    National Register of Historic Places
    By the Unitied States Department of Interior
    1900
    Dedicated May 11, 1996




The brick sidewalk is lined with names, dates, memories, history and lots of genealogy. Within the pages below are the bricks that are laid in the walks of Heritage Park; the inscription and a photo if I have. I know some are not so great but I had just got the digital camera - These were done 2006/2007 I have not been able to get back as yet. The hyperlink on names within takes you to a set of blocks

I have taken photos of the some of the bricks and working on getting them all but it takes time and some I have missed because I have not overlapped right or the image came out blurrred. Some are affected by the sunlight or shadowed by me standing in front of them I have not been able to get back to re-take pictures since a done this a couple of years ago.

A    Ba    Be   Bi--Bl    
Bo    Br-Bu    Ca-Ch    Cl-Cm   
Cr-Co   Cu    Dae-De     Di   
Do-Dr    Du-DW    E   Fa-Fi    
Fl-Fu    Ga_Ge    GI    Go-Gu   
HA   He-Hei     Hel-Het     Hi    
Ho    Hr-Hu    I    J   
Ka-Ke   Ki-Kn    Ko-Km     L   
M-Ma    Me    Mi     Mo   
Mu    Mc    N     O   
P    Q    Ra-Ri     Ro-Ry   
Sa    Sb    Sc-Se    Sh-Sk   
Sl-Sn    So-Sz    Ta-Th    Ti-Tz    
U    V    Wa     We   
Wh-Wi     Wo    Wu-Wy   Y    
Z                


The bricks are inscribed in batches of 12 contact the Antiquariand and Historical Society for an up-to-date quote of price on a brick - to honor your family, friend, or loved one. In the 18 Sep. 2008 Culver citizen it was stated:
  • 4" X 8" with 1 or 2 lines was $50
  • 8" X 8" with up to 4 lines was $100
Order forms are also available in the Museum room at the Culver Union Township Public Library.

The installation of the "Town Clock Project" was spear headed by Verl Shaffer (Verl the Barber) and was in charge of the fund raiser during 2011 for the cost of the purchase of the clock and was installed during 2012 when the downtown was renovated.







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