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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Ohio County, Indiana

 
Clickable Map of Ohio County, Indiana and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Ohio County, IN (10) Dearborn County, IN (51) Ripley County, IN (35) Switzerland County, IN (10) Boone County, KY (51)  OhioCounty(10) Ohio County (10)  DearbornCounty(51) Dearborn County (51)  RipleyCounty(35) Ripley County (35)  SwitzerlandCounty(10) Switzerland County (10)  BooneCountyKentucky(51) Boone County (51)
Rising Sun is the county seat for Ohio County
Adjacent to Ohio County, Indiana
      Dearborn County (51)  
      Ripley County (35)  
      Switzerland County (10)  
      Boone County, Kentucky (51)  
 
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1Indiana, Ohio County, Randolph Township — A Historic Road Less Traveled — Ohio River Scenic Byway —
Who would think that a country road would hold so much history? Old State Highway 56 takes you past the historic Speakman-Tallentire house and to a famous bridge. Elderly Stephen S. Speakman was in love with a young Kentucky belle who agreed . . . Map (db m66899) HM
2Indiana, Ohio County, Randolph Township — Fulton Burying Ground
In 1798 Samuel Fulton and his father John, soldiers of the American Revolution, his mother Jane Dills Fulton, brother Thomas, brother-in-law Christopher Huston and their families, made the first permanent settlement on the bank of the Ohio River in . . . Map (db m22104) HM
3Indiana, Ohio County, Randolph Township — 58.1961.1 — Lochry's Defeat
On Aug. 24, 1781, Col. Archibald Lochry and 107 recruits for Gen. Clark were ambushed at Lochry Creek by Joseph Brant's raiders. One-third were killed, the rest captured. Lochry and the wounded were later murdered.Map (db m66900) HM
4Indiana, Ohio County, Rising Sun — 58.2018.1 — Barkshire Family
African American Samuel Barkshire was freed from slavery in Boone County, Kentucky in 1833. He and his family moved here in 1836. The Barkshires defied fugitive slave laws to provide aid and comfort to those escaping bondage in the South. Their . . . Map (db m180716) HM
5Indiana, Ohio County, Rising Sun — Fulton's Arrival
Like so many of the early American settlers, John and Jane Fulton, along with their family, traveled the Ohio River via a flatboat in search of a better life. One night in 1798, they pulled on shore to spend the night and upon waking they saw the . . . Map (db m201076) HM
6Indiana, Ohio County, Rising Sun — Ohio County Court House
Indiana’s oldest in continuous use. In its northeast corner was deposited the first court house cornerstone in the State laid with Masonic ceremonies. Traditional rites were held July 4, 1844, Colonel Abel C. Pepper, P.G.M., officiating.Map (db m45996) HM
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7Indiana, Ohio County, Rising Sun — Ohio County Veterans Memorial
Dedicated to the memory of those who made the Supreme Sacrifice for their Country and in Honor of those that served in the Armed Forces from Ohio County in all warsMap (db m45892) WM
8Indiana, Ohio County, Rising Sun — Ohio County Veteran's Memorial
( Veterans Memorial ) ( Front - Side ) In Honor of Ohio County Veterans ( Encircling - - Seals - - Branches of the United States Military ) ( - United States Flag - ) Dedicated November 11, 2000 ( . . . Map (db m45980) WM
9Indiana, Ohio County, Rising Sun — Vietnam Veterans Memorial
• To the Brave men who served in Vietnam. • • To the MIA’s still unaccounted for. • • • To those who served in any way.Map (db m45984) HM
10Indiana, Ohio County, Rising Sun — Welcome to Historic Rising Sun
Founded by John James in 1814.Map (db m201046) HM
 
 
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Feb. 3, 2023