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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Huron County, Ohio

 
Clickable Map of Huron County, Ohio 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 Huron County, OH (14) Ashland County, OH (31) Crawford County, OH (21) Erie County, OH (76) Lorain County, OH (43) Richland County, OH (34) Sandusky County, OH (43) Seneca County, OH (21)  HuronCounty(14) Huron County (14)  AshlandCounty(31) Ashland County (31)  CrawfordCounty(21) Crawford County (21)  ErieCounty(76) Erie County (76)  LorainCounty(43) Lorain County (43)  RichlandCounty(34) Richland County (34)  SanduskyCounty(43) Sandusky County (43)  SenecaCounty(21) Seneca County (21)
Adjacent to Huron County, Ohio
    Ashland County (31)
    Crawford County (21)
    Erie County (76)
    Lorain County (43)
    Richland County (34)
    Sandusky County (43)
    Seneca County (21)
 
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1Ohio (Huron County), Bellevue — 5-39 — Henry Morrison Flagler(1830-1913)
A founder of the Standard Oil Company, Henry Morrison Flagler spent his formative years in Bellevue and began his business career here in 1844, building his home near this site in 1858. He first became associated with John D. Rockefeller as a fellow . . . Map (db m135371) HM
2Ohio (Huron County), Bellevue — 6-39 — The Tremont House
Built in 1846, the Tremont House was opened by Loel and Samuel B. Chandler to serve stagecoach traffic on the Maumee Pike (U.S. Route 20). Briefly a hotel, this Bellevue landmark has housed grocery and hardware stores, a pharmacy, and even a cigar . . . Map (db m135370) HM
3Ohio (Huron County), Fitchville — 2-39 — Golden Age Nursing Home Fire / Killed in the Fire
Golden Age Nursing Home Fire Located one mile north of Fitchville, the Golden Age Nursing Home caught fire and burned to the ground at 4:45 a.m., November 23, 1963, killing 63 of 84 patients. Fire departments from New London, Greenwich, . . . Map (db m97310) HM
4Ohio (Huron County), Havana — Boughton Road
Boughton Road Northwest from this point follows the route of a military road opend by General Reason W. Beall in 1812. This trial was used to move troops and supplies between Wooster and Lower Sandusky (now Fremont), Ohio during the War of 1812.Map (db m159745) HM
5Ohio (Huron County), Norwalk — Civil War Veterans MonumentLincoln’s Gettysburg Address — 1961–1865 —
To the memory of Civil War Veterans of Huron County. Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address November 19, 1863           Fourscore and seven years ago our fathers brought forth, on this continent, a new nation, conceived in liberty, and . . . Map (db m147156) WM
6Ohio (Huron County), Norwalk — Huron County Court House 1913
This Property Has Been Placed on the National Register of Historical Places By The United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m117803) HM
7Ohio (Huron County), Norwalk — 2-39 — Norwalk West Main Street Historic DistrictOldest Standing House — 1826 —
Entered in the National Register of Historic Places, 1974.Map (db m147022) HM
8Ohio (Huron County), Norwalk — 1-39 — Norwalk West Main Street Historic DistrictOldest Standing House — 1826 —
Entered in the National Register of Historic Places, 1974.Map (db m147023) HM
9Ohio (Huron County), Norwalk — Site of the Preston-Wickham Home
Site of the Preston-Wickham Home, where pioneer Norwalk newspaper was published, 1836-65. Restored building, new Firelands Museum with historic collection, now on Case Avenue adjoining library.Map (db m147107) HM
10Ohio (Huron County), Peru Township — 4-39 — Early Catholic Missionary Settlement
The Society of the Precious Blood, established in Italy in 1815, began its American ministry here in Peru in January 1844, led by Swiss missionary Father Francis de Sales Brunner. Continuing the work begun by the Redemptorists at St. Alphonse in . . . Map (db m147180) HM
11Ohio (Huron County), Wakeman — Civil War Soldiers Memorial
Dedicated to the soldiers of the Civil War who so heroically served their country that these United States might endureMap (db m144357) WM
12Ohio (Huron County), Wakeman — 3-39 — Wakeman Red Cap Field
The Wakeman Red Caps, perhaps one of this area’s best semi-pro baseball teams during the 1930s and 40s, first played night baseball under lights installed at Wakeman Field on July 24, 1935. The Field, no longer extant, was bounded by Hyde, Clark, . . . Map (db m144316) HM
13Ohio (Huron County), Wakeman — World War I Memorial
1917 • In memory of those of this community who answered their country’s call • 1918 Over Sea. ☆Merton L. Campbell • ☆Ivan W. Kenyon • Blaine N. Hurst • Leland R. Kenyon • Charles R. Cooley • Glen W. Shafer • William J. . . . Map (db m144382) WM
14Ohio (Huron County), Willard — The Western ReserveSouthwest Boundary Marker — One of a Series of Four —
The Western Reserve Southwest Boundary Marker of the Connecticut Western Reserve conveyed to the United States, September 11, 1786 erected by the Early Settlers Association of the Western Reserve, Cleveland, Ohio July 3, 1966 Early Settlers . . . Map (db m94715) HM
 
May. 18, 2021