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Guernsey County Ohio Historical Markers

 
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By William Fischer, Jr., December 13, 2008
Wreck of the Shenandoah Marker
Ohio (Guernsey County), Byesville — 30-1 — Wreck of the Shenandoah
“Wind increasing in volume. Get no chance to....” These were the last words from the doomed Navy airship Shenandoah, caught in a violent storm and crashing 7 miles southwest of this spot near Ava at dawn, September 3, 1925. Fourteen of . . . — Map (db m70422) HM
Ohio (Guernsey County), Cambridge — “S” Bridge
Old National Road, Built about 1828. Where the road crossed a creek at an angle, a stone arch bridge was built as right angles to the stream flow. "S" shaped walls were then built to guide traffic around the job from the direction of travel across . . . — Map (db m284) HM
Ohio (Guernsey County), Cambridge — CambridgeThe Historic National Road in Ohio
Cambridge was platted in 1806 and became Guernsey County seat just four years later. The town flourished with the construction of the National Road, and by 1834 Cambridge was served daily by four stagecoach lines. Manufacturing boomed after the . . . — Map (db m98595) HM
Ohio (Guernsey County), Cambridge — Congressional Medal of Honor RecipientsState of Ohio, Guernsey County
United States of America Congressional Medal of Honor Recipients State of Ohio, Guernsey County Civil War Cox, Robert M. - Corporal - Mississippi - 1863 Power, Albert - Private - Arkansas - 1862 Richardson, William R. - Private - . . . — Map (db m15982) HM
Ohio (Guernsey County), Cambridge — Dr. Charles E. Jefferson
On the site of this building Dr. Charles E. Jefferson, internationally known preacher, lecturer & author was born August 26, 1860. An advocate of world peace. — Map (db m1046) HM
Ohio (Guernsey County), Cambridge — George R. Tingle1775 - 1830
Built the first tavern in Cambridge proper which acted as Guernsey County's first courthouse prior to 1813. — Map (db m18011) HM
Ohio (Guernsey County), Cambridge — Guernsey Civil War Memorial
Dedicated to the memory of the men from Guernsey County who served in the defense of their country in the War of the Rebellion 1861–1865. Gettysburg, Atlanta, Shiloh, Vicksburg, Winchester, Antietam, Wilderness, Chickanauga. — Map (db m285) HM
Ohio (Guernsey County), Cambridge — Guernsey County Desert Storm Memorial
In honor of those who served in Operation Desert Storm “I have seen in your eyes a fire of determination to get this job done quickly so that we may all return to the shores of our great nation. My confidence in you is total. Our cause is . . . — Map (db m15981) WM
Ohio (Guernsey County), Cambridge — Guernsey County Veterans Memorial
Dedicated to those men and women of Guernsey County who served their country in times of peace and war — Map (db m15983) HM
Ohio (Guernsey County), Cambridge — Guernsey County Vietnam Memorial
In memory of persons from Guernsey County, Ohio, who gave their lives in Southeast Asia during the period of the Vietnam Conflict. Robert A. Ausmus Clifford E. Bench James S. Brister Donald E. Chambers James Davis David Lee Doyle . . . — Map (db m18012) HM
Ohio (Guernsey County), Cambridge — Old Covered Bridge
Near This Spot The Old Covered Bridge Spanned Wills Creek On the Old National Road 1828 – 1913 Near It Was the Ferry Cabin The First House Built in Cambridge 1798 – 1800 This Marker is Erected By Anna Asbury Stone . . . — Map (db m81828) HM
Ohio (Guernsey County), Cambridge — Peacock RoadThe Historic National Road in Ohio
Named for the peacocks that once lived on a neighboring farm, this narrow brick road was on the National Roads original alignment when it was built through Guernsey County in 1828. Peacock road is typical of the steep grades and sharp curves that . . . — Map (db m98596) HM
Ohio (Guernsey County), Cambridge — Peters Creek Mile MarkerOne of Several Identical Markers
The Act of Congress in 1806 which authorized the construction of the National Road required that mile markers be placed at regular intervals. These reference points reassured travelers that they were following the correct route. They also indicated . . . — Map (db m98507) HM
Ohio (Guernsey County), Cambridge — Peters Creek S-BridgeThe Historic National Road in Ohio
The history of this bridge is tied to Zane’s Trace, the original road through the region. In 1803, the trace crossed Peters Creek, a few hundred yards to the north, using logs to bridge the stream. In 1828, when the National Road was built . . . — Map (db m98505) HM
Ohio (Guernsey County), Cambridge — Purple Heart MemorialCombat Wounded Veterans
Dedicated to all men and women wounded in all our wars. 1782 The Military Order of the Purple Heart 1932 My stone is red for the blood they shed. The medal I bear is my country’s way to show they care. If I could be seen by all mankind . . . — Map (db m15980) HM
Ohio (Guernsey County), Cambridge — Robert T. SecrestCongressman and Senator
50 years of public service to our great country and all its citizens. This tribute is presented by the Veterans of Foreign Wars and its Auxiliaries of District Five of Ohio, August 5, 1978 — Map (db m18010) HM
Ohio (Guernsey County), Cambridge — S Bridge RenovationBuilt 1828
Thanks to Federal Emergency Management Agency, Ohio Emergency Management Agency, Ohio State Historical Office, and the Guernsey County Engineer for restoration of this “S” Bridge damaged by 2005 floods. This bridge possesses . . . — Map (db m98509) HM
Ohio (Guernsey County), Cambridge — The First Methodist Church
Here the first Methodist Church was organized, 1808, in the home of Thomas Sarchet, leader of the original settlers from the Island of Guersey. — Map (db m1047) HM
Ohio (Guernsey County), Cambridge — 4-30 — The Scottish Rite in Ohio
The first Scottish Rite body of Free-Masonry west of the Alleghenies was formed in Cambridge, Ohio, in 1852 by Killian H. Van Rensselaer, an honorary 33rd Degree Mason. He lived in this city from 1851 to 1867. Van Rensselaer was superintendent of . . . — Map (db m1045) HM
Ohio (Guernsey County), Cambridge — The Tingle Tavern
Here the Tingle Tavern “Sign of the Crossed Keys” (first tavern in Cambridge) was built in 1808. In this tavern the first government of Guernsey County was organized 1810. — Map (db m1040) HM
Ohio (Guernsey County), Moorefield — 4 — Moorefield, OhioPlatted 1815 by Michael Moore and Gabriel Cane
In the late afternoon of Friday, July 24, 1863, this village was occupied by Confederate Cavalry commanded by Gen. John Hunt Morgan. While Morgan rested on the parlor bed of a local hotel, apparently undisturbed by the nearness of pursuing Union . . . — Map (db m35797) HM
Ohio (Guernsey County), Old Washington — 4-30 — Morgan’s Raid in Old Washington
On July 23, 1863, General John Hunt Morgan entered Guernsey County with 600 Confederate cavalrymen, the remnant of a 2,000-man diversionary raiding force that had traversed Kentucky, Indiana, and southern Ohio. Morgan’s forces halted in Old . . . — Map (db m1036) HM
Ohio (Guernsey County), Old Washington — Old WashingtonRebel Respite Cut Short
At mid-morning on Friday, July 24, 1863, Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan and fewer than 600 Confederate raiders approached Washington (now Old Washington) from the south. The billowing smoke rising from nearby Campbell's Station had alerted . . . — Map (db m92539) HM
Ohio (Guernsey County), Old Washington — Old WashingtonHistoric District — The Historic National Road in Ohio
Old Washington was platted along Zane’s Trace in 1805 by the brothers George and Henry Beymer. Within two years twelve log dwellings had been built, making it the oldest settlement in Guernsey County. Originally known as New Washington, the official . . . — Map (db m99047) HM
Ohio (Guernsey County), Old Washington — The Bodies of Three Confederate Cavalrymen
Here was laid to rest by the citizens of Washington under public authority the bodies of three Confederate cavalrymen killed during the Battle of Washington July 24, 1863, when a force in command of Confederate General John Morgan was overtaken and . . . — Map (db m1037) HM
Ohio (Guernsey County), Pleasant City — 30-1 — Wreck of the Shenandoah
“Wind increasing in volume. Get no chance to....” These were the last words from the doomed Navy airship Shenandoah, caught in a violent storm and crashing 7 miles southwest of this spot near Ava at dawn, September 3, 1925. . . . — Map (db m42238) HM
Ohio (Guernsey County), Salesville — “S” Bridge
Old National Road, Built about 1828. Where the road crossed a creek at an angle, a stone arch bridge was built as right angles to the stream flow. "S" shaped walls were then built to guide traffic around the job from the direction of travel across . . . — Map (db m286) HM
Ohio (Guernsey County), Washington — Morgan’s Raiders
Morgan's Raiders were here overtaken and defeated by Union cavalry under Gen. Shackelford, July 24, 1863. A memorial to the fortitude and patriotism of our fathers and mothers. — Map (db m4956) HM

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