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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Randolph County, Indiana

Clickable Map of Randolph County, Indiana and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Randolph County, IN (17) Delaware County, IN (25) Henry County, IN (20) Jay County, IN (18) Wayne County, IN (49) Darke County, OH (83)  RandolphCounty(17) Randolph County (17)  DelawareCounty(25) Delaware County (25)  HenryCounty(20) Henry County (20)  JayCounty(18) Jay County (18)  WayneCounty(49) Wayne County (49)  DarkeCountyOhio(83) Darke County (83)
Winchester is the county seat for Randolph County
Adjacent to Randolph County, Indiana
      Delaware County (25)  
      Henry County (20)  
      Jay County (18)  
      Wayne County (49)  
      Darke County, Ohio (83)  
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1Indiana, Randolph County, Farmland — 68.2005.1 — Farmland Downtown Historic District
Side - A Farmland platted 1852 in Randolph County and listed as station on Indianapolis and Bellfontaine Railroad. Town incorporated 1867. Commerce based on agriculture and, by late 1880's, gas and oil production nearby. Responding to . . . Map (db m31322) HM
2Indiana, Randolph County, Modoc — Modoc Veterans MemorialWorld War II
Heroes All in honor of those who served in World War II (78 names)Map (db m138729) WM
3Indiana, Randolph County, Ridgeville — Indian Boundary Line
Indian boundary line established by treaty with Miami Indians at St. Marys, Ohio October 6, 1818. Erected by Mississinewa Chapter, D.A.R.Map (db m97227) HM
4Indiana, Randolph County, Spartanburg — Spartanburg Veterans Memorial
Dedicated to the memory of all soldiers and sailors living and dead who served the United States in any of its wars Erected 1931Map (db m168862) WM
5Indiana, Randolph County, Union City — IHB 68.201 — Union Literary Institute
Union Literary Institute was one of the first schools to offer higher education without regard to color or sex before the Civil War. It was established in 1846 by a biracial board, including free blacks from nearby settlements. At the . . . Map (db m139553) HM
6Indiana, Randolph County, Winchester — 68 2013.1 — Amanda Way
Born in Randolph Co. circa 1828 to Quaker family, Way was advocate for women’s rights and temperance. Founding member of Indiana Woman’s Rights Association, 1851; participant in “Whisky Riot” here, 1854; and nurse in Civil War. She . . . Map (db m120249) HM
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7Indiana, Randolph County, Winchester — Civil War Memorial - Randolph County Indiana
Map (db m31506) WM
8Indiana, Randolph County, Winchester — Dedicated to All VeteransPast - Present - Future
For those who have fought and died and for those who have lived and still cryMap (db m31366) WM
9Indiana, Randolph County, Winchester — First in Nationwith All Rural Consolidated High Schools
Randolph County first in Nation with all Rural Consolidated High Schools Lee L. Driver, School Superintendent Lincoln (1st) • McKinley Spartanburg • Lynn Farmland • Parker Jefferson • Saratoga Ridgeville • Green Stoney Creek . . . Map (db m31380) HM
10Indiana, Randolph County, Winchester — 68.2009.1 — Lee L. Driver
Indiana laws passed 1897 - 1907 provided for abandonment of rural one-room schools; they were replaced with consolidated schools that offered graded curriculum, high school education, and athletics. Driver, Superintendent of Randolph County Schools, . . . Map (db m31326) HM
11Indiana, Randolph County, Winchester — Randolph County (Indiana)
Established in 1818 and was split off the north end of Wayne County with Winchester made the County Seat. 1820 - 1825 the County included all Territory North to the Michigan Line. Until 1836, included Territory North to Allen County. The 1875 . . . Map (db m31376) HM
12Indiana, Randolph County, Winchester — 68.2010.1 — Randolph County Quakers
(Side One) When this meeting house was dedicated 1898, membership in Quarterly Meeting of Friends at Winchester was largest in the world. Migration of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) into this area began 1814 with the arrival . . . Map (db m69283) HM
13Indiana, Randolph County, Winchester — Revolutionary War MemorialBuried in Unmarked Graves
In Memory of Randolph County Pioneer Revolutionary Soldiers buried in unmarked GravesMap (db m31374) WM
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14Indiana, Randolph County, Winchester — The Rebecca Pearse Goodrich Family Homestead
"We arrived at our Present place of abode on White River, Randolph County, Ind., on the 20th day of December, 1831 after a long and tedious journey. We arrived here without any Lives lost or Limbs broke, and that is all we can say." -Edmund . . . Map (db m98847) HM
15Indiana, Randolph County, Winchester — W.W. II and Korean Conflict - War Memorial
In Commemoration of The Veterans of World War II and Korean Conflict Randolph CountyMap (db m31370) WM
16Indiana, Randolph County, Winchester — Winchester Speedway
Side A Winchester Speedway is one of the most significant, historic short tracks in the United States. It opened in 1914 under the name Funk’s Speedway, and has held races continuously since. Known as the “World’s Fastest ½ . . . Map (db m138726) HM
17Indiana, Randolph County, Winchester — World War I War Memorial — The Spirit of the American Doughboy —
( Front - Plaque ) 1917 ― 1918 In honor of the World War Heroes of Randolph County who made the Supreme Sacrifice for their beloved Country. ( Row One ) Hershel W. Arens • Clarence W. Borror • Chauncey C. . . . Map (db m31464) WM
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Mar. 20, 2023