ⓘ Cooleemee, North Carolina

                                     

ⓘ Cooleemee, North Carolina

Cooleemee is located at 35°48′52″N 80°33′22″W 35.814509, -80.556180.

According to the Bureau of US census, the town has a total area of 0.8 square miles 2.1 km 2, all of it land.

                                     
  • The Cooleemee Cards were a Minor League Baseball team, based in Cooleemee North Carolina United States, that operated in the North Carolina State League
  • Cooleemee ˈkuːlɪmiː also known as the Cooleemee Plantation House, is a house located between Mocksville and Lexington, North Carolina at the terminus
  • Cooleemee Mill Town Historic District is a national historic district located at Cooleemee Davie County, North Carolina The district encompasses 433
  • Jordan batted left - handed and threw right - handed. He was born in Cooleemee North Carolina A solid defensive first baseman and basically a line - drive hitter
  • 1920 in Cooleemee North Carolina Eaton began his professional baseball career in 1939 playing for the Cooleemee Cools in the North Carolina State League
  • Nationals 1949 1950 Concord Sports 1951 Cooleemee NC: Cooleemee Weavers 1937 1938 Cooleemee Cools 1939 Cooleemee Cards 1940 1941 Elkin, NC: Elkin Blanketeers
  • and 1958. North Carolina Highway 803 NC 803 was established as a new primary routing in 1931 as a spur of NC 80 now US 601 to Cooleemee In 1932 it
  • many years. Nelson was born on October 16, 1917 in the Cooleemee area of Davie County, North Carolina He was the second of two boys to Margaret George Hairston
  • Today, She is now the Director of the Cooleemee Historical Association and the mayor of Cooleemee North Carolina Fink, Leon September 2006 When community
  • Foard - Tatum House is a historic plantation house located near Cooleemee Davie County, North Carolina It was built about 1845, and is a two - story, three bay
  • Chinamen discontinued play mid - season Concord: Concord Weavers Cooleemee Cooleemee Cools Kannapolis: Kannapolis Towelers Lenoir: Landis Cardinals Lexington: