ⓘ Mechanicsville, Iowa

                                     

ⓘ Mechanicsville, Iowa

Mechanicsville was platted in 1855 by Daniel A. Comstock. It was so named from the fact several of its first settlers were mechanics. A fire in 1883 destroyed the south side of the business district.

                                     
  • neighborhood Mechanicsville Gwinnett County, Georgia an unincorporated community Mechanicsville Indiana Mechanicsville Iowa Mechanicsville Maryland
  • Grove began a working relationship with the Presbyterian Church in Mechanicsville Iowa Henry Britcher donated land north of the church where the present
  • 53 square miles 94.6 km2 and contains one incorporated settlement, Mechanicsville According to the USGS, it contains four cemeteries: Andre, Pioneer
  • small section of Jones County, and serves the communities of Stanwood, Mechanicsville Clarence and Lowden, and surrounding unincorporated areas. A K - 12 school
  • In Cedar County it passes through Mechanicsville Stanwood, Clarence and Lowden. In Stanwood, it is overlapped by Iowa 38 for one mile 1.6 km In Clinton
  • 18 and 7.70 of those age 65 or over. Bennett Clarence Durant Lowden Mechanicsville Stanwood Tipton West Branch Rochester Buchanan Cedar Bluff Cedar Valley
  • in that market. Eells grew up in Mechanicsville Iowa and graduated from the University of Iowa Eells went to Iowa on a baseball scholarship but there
  • Mechanicsburg May 24 and 29. Expedition from Haines Bluff to Satartia and Mechanicsville June 2 8 detachment Barronsville June 18. Bear Creek or Jones Plantation
  • Iowa Highway 38 is a 98 - mile - long 158 km state highway that runs through eastern Iowa Iowa 38 begins at Iowa Highway 92 in Muscatine and ends at Iowa
  • Montgomery, Alabama in Montgomery, Alabama Lee Davis High School in Mechanicsville Hanover County, Virginia Oregon - Davis Junior - Senior High School in