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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Jefferson County, Ohio

 
Clickable Map of Jefferson 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 Jefferson County, OH (84) Belmont County, OH (53) Carroll County, OH (20) Columbiana County, OH (76) Harrison County, OH (28) Brooke County, WV (41) Hancock County, WV (27) Ohio County, WV (108)  JeffersonCounty(84) Jefferson County (84)  BelmontCounty(53) Belmont County (53)  CarrollCounty(20) Carroll County (20)  ColumbianaCounty(76) Columbiana County (76)  HarrisonCounty(28) Harrison County (28)  BrookeCountyWest Virginia(41) Brooke County (41)  HancockCounty(27) Hancock County (27)  OhioCounty(108) Ohio County (108)
Adjacent to Jefferson County, Ohio
      Belmont County (53)  
      Carroll County (20)  
      Columbiana County (76)  
      Harrison County (28)  
      Brooke County, West Virginia (41)  
      Hancock County, West Virginia (27)  
      Ohio County, West Virginia (108)  
 
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1Ohio (Jefferson County), Amsterdam — Amsterdam Veterans Memorial
American Revolution [Names not listed] War of 1812 [Names not listed] Mexican War [Names not listed] Spanish-American War [Names not listed] Band of Brothers in Arms [Names not listed] To . . . Map (db m160614) WM
2Ohio (Jefferson County), Amsterdam — Amsterdam World War I & World War II Honor Roll
World War Honor Roll 1914 - 1918 World War II Honor Roll 1941 - 1945 [Inscription on the plaques below the titles is the same:] Dedicated by the Village of Amsterdam as lasting tribute to living and dead who left to . . . Map (db m160615) WM
3Ohio (Jefferson County), Amsterdam — For Your Todays They Gave Their Tomorrow
The three bronze, and 5 black granite plaques mounted in this memorial park contain the names of 1,813 local men and women who have selflessly and honorably served in the armed forces of the United States of America from 1776 to 2012. Valiantly, . . . Map (db m160617) WM
4Ohio (Jefferson County), Amsterdam — Heavy MG08 Machine Guns
The two guns flanking this memorial were German manufactured. These "MG 08's” were turned out by the thousands for the German army for use in the killing fields of Europe with horrific effect on legions of Allied infantry forces and . . . Map (db m160616) HM WM
5Ohio (Jefferson County), Bergholz — Bergholz Cemetery Veteran's Memorial
In Memory of All Veterans Who Have Served Their CountryMap (db m37764) HM
6Ohio (Jefferson County), Bergholz — Bergholz Veterans Memorial
To honor those from Bergholz and Community who served their Country in World War I and World War II Korea 1950-1953 Vietnam 1961-1975 Persian Gulf 1991 Iraq Freedom 2003Map (db m36333) WM
7Ohio (Jefferson County), Bergholz — 51 — Bergholz-Overnight at Nebo — John Hunt Morgan Heritage Trail —
About 8 pm on the evening of July 25, 1863, Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan and fewer than 500 Confederate raiders arrived at Nebo, now known as Bergholz, and set up camp throughout the village. Selecting the Herdman Taylor farm as his . . . Map (db m111197) HM
8Ohio (Jefferson County), Bergholz — Civil War Monument
1871 To the Memory of the Fallen Soldiers of Ross Township Jeff. Co. O. in the War of 1861 to 65 West face (front): Thomas son of Robert & Martha George 2. Reg. O.V.I. Killed at Perryville Ky. Oct. 8, 1862 _____ Thos, Duke 32, . . . Map (db m37491) HM
9Ohio (Jefferson County), Bergholz — 13-41 — Mooretown Soldiers Monument
Side A In 1871 Robert and Martha McLaughlin George, erected Monument In the memory of their son Thomas and other soldiers from Ross Township, Jefferson County, Ohio who died in service to the United States during the Civil War. All were . . . Map (db m163018) HM WM
10Ohio (Jefferson County), Bergholz — 12 — Morgan's Raid
Gen. John H. Morgan in command of Confederate Troops passed here July 26, 1863: Burned a County bridge and proceeded northward via Nebo (now Bergholz) pursued by Gen. James M. Shackleford commanding 14th Ill. Cav., First Ky. Cav., 9th Mich. Cav., . . . Map (db m37439) HM
11Ohio (Jefferson County), Bergholz — 13 — Morgan's Raid
The bronze tablet on this marker (#13) reads: Gen. John H. Morgan in command of Confederate Troops passed here July 26, 1863: Burned a County bridge and proceeded northward via Nebo (now Bergholz) pursued by Gen. James M. Shackleford . . . Map (db m37759) HM
12Ohio (Jefferson County), Bergholz — 50 — The Eastern-Nearing The End — John Hunt Morgan Heritage Trail —
On July 25, 1863, Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan and his Confederate raiders headed north following the skirmish at the Two Ridges Church just outside Wintersville. The Union pursuers under Brigadier General James M. Shackelford were hard on . . . Map (db m111196) HM
13Ohio (Jefferson County), Dillonvale — 47 — Deyarmonville — A New Union Strategy
By July 25, 1863, Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan and his Confederate raiders knew that their pursuers were closing in. Major General Ambrose Burnside, directing the Union pursuit from his Cincinnati headquarters, decided to change his . . . Map (db m173473) HM
14Ohio (Jefferson County), Dillonvale — 2 — Morgan's Raid
Gen. John H. Morgan in command of Confederate Troops on July 25, 1863, passed Updegraff's Mills then located here; proceeded northward via "Dry Fork Valley" and Smithfield; pursued by Gen. James M. Shackleford commanding 14th Ill. Cav., First Ky. . . . Map (db m37753) HM
15Ohio (Jefferson County), Dillonvale — 3 — Morgan's Raid
Gen. John H. Morgan in command of Confederate Troops passed here July 25, 1863; proceeded northward via “Dry Fork Valley” present site of Bradley and Smithfield, pursued by Gen. James M. Shackelford commanding 14th Ill. Cav., 1st Ky. . . . Map (db m37147) HM
16Ohio (Jefferson County), East Springfield — 11 — Morgan's Raid
Gen. John H. Morgan in command of Confederate Troops passed through this village July 26, 1863; proceeded northward via Circle Green and Nebo (now Bergholz) pursued by Gen. James M. Shackelford, commanding 14th Ill. Cav., First Ky. Cav., 9th Mich. . . . Map (db m37758) HM
17Ohio (Jefferson County), Empire — Empire
Established 1886 as "Empire City" for the Empire Fire and Clay CompanyMap (db m156045) HM
18Ohio (Jefferson County), Empire — World Wars I & II Memorial
Memorial for World War Veterans I & IIMap (db m156047) WM
19Ohio (Jefferson County), Harrisville — 1 — Morgan's Raid
General John H. Morgan in command of Confederate Troops entered Jefferson County here July 25, 1863; proceeded northward via Short Creek Valley, Smithfield and other Villages, pursued, under orders of Gen. Ambrose E. Burnside, by Gen. James M. . . . Map (db m37146) HM
20Ohio (Jefferson County), Knoxville — 12-41 — William Pittenger — Congressional Medal of Honor, 1863
Born in Knoxville in 1840 and reared at a farm in New Somerset, William Pittenger mustered into the 2nd Ohio Volunteer Infantry, under a 90-day enlistment, in 1861. He fought at the First Battle of Bull Run and was the war correspondent for the . . . Map (db m75887) HM
21Ohio (Jefferson County), Monroeville — 14 — Morgan's Raid
Gen. John H. Morgan in command of Confederate Troops passed through this village July 26, 1863; proceeded northward toward Salineville pursued by Gen. James M. Shackelford, commanding 14th Ill. Cav., First Ky. Cav., 9th Mich. Cav., 11th Mich. Bat'y, . . . Map (db m37760) HM
22Ohio (Jefferson County), Mount Pleasant — 5-41 — Benjamin Lundy Home / Free Labor Store
Benjamin Lundy Home: After witnessing the slave trade in Wheeling, Virginia, Quaker abolitionist Benjamin Lundy (1789-1839) resolved to battle the institution, first organizing the Union Humane Society in St. Clairsville in 1815. In 1821, . . . Map (db m36345) HM
23Ohio (Jefferson County), Mount Pleasant — Birthplace of Moses Fleetwood Walker
October 7, 1857 Mount Pleasant, Ohio Birthplace of Moses Fleetwood Walker (1857-1924) Civil Rights Pioneer First African American Major League Baseball Player (career 1883-1889)Map (db m79812) HM
24Ohio (Jefferson County), Mount Pleasant — Elizabeth House Mansion
This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m79814) HM
25Ohio (Jefferson County), Mount Pleasant — Mount Pleasant Historic Underground Railroad District — Historic Underground Railroad Site
By 1816, Mount Pleasant had earned a reputation among fugitive slaves as a town where they would be welcomed in their quest for freedom. The Quakers who lived in the village helped Mount Pleasant become a center of antislavery activity. Many . . . Map (db m36344) HM
26Ohio (Jefferson County), Mount Pleasant — Quaker Meeting House
Panel one: What is a Quaker? “I went to many a priest to look for comfort, but found no comfort from them.” — George Fox recounting his spiritual journey in The Journal of George Fox. George Fox’s . . . Map (db m37047) HM
27Ohio (Jefferson County), Mount Pleasant — Samuel Gill House
This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places By the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m79810) HM
28Ohio (Jefferson County), New Alexandria — 5 — Morgan's Raid
Gen. John H. Morgan in command of Confederate Troops passed through this village July 25, 1863; proceeded northward via McIntire and Cross Creek Valleys and Wintersville, pursued by Gen. James M. Shackelford, commanding 14th Ill. Cav., First Ky. . . . Map (db m37752) HM
29Ohio (Jefferson County), New Alexandria — 6 — Morgan's Raid
(Plaque missing; text from 1913 Steubenville Herald) Gen. John H. Morgan in command of Confederate Troops passed here July 25, 1863; proceeded northward up Cross Creek valley, via Wintersville, pursued by Gen. James M. Shackelford . . . Map (db m36217) HM
30Ohio (Jefferson County), New Alexandria — 7 — Morgan's Raid
Gen. John H. Morgan in command of Confederate Troops passed here July 25, 1863; burned a bridge of the Steubenville and Indiana R.R. proceeded northward via Ekey Church, "Dry Fork Valley" and Wintersville, pursued by Gen. James M. Shackelford, . . . Map (db m36222) HM
31Ohio (Jefferson County), Richmond — 10 — Morgan's Raid
Gen. John H. Morgan in command of Confederate Troops passed through this village July 26, 1863: proceeded northward via Circle Green and Nebo (now Bergholz) pursued by Gen. James M. Shackelford, commanding 14th Ill. Cav., First Ky. Cav., 9th Mich. . . . Map (db m37757) HM
32Ohio (Jefferson County), Smithfield — 4 — Morgan's Raid
Gen. John H. Morgan in command of Confederate Troops passed through this village July 25, 1863; proceeded northward via New Alexandria, pursued by Gen. James M. Shackelford, commanding 14th Ill. Cav., First Ky. Cav., 9th Mich. Cav., 11th Mich. . . . Map (db m36213) HM
33Ohio (Jefferson County), Smithfield — 48 — Smithfield — Another Trick
By July 25, 1863, Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan and his Confederate raiders were being pursued by a large array of Union forces under Brigadier General James M. Shackelford. This force included the 14th Illinois Cavalry, 1st Kentucky U.S. . . . Map (db m173476) HM
34Ohio (Jefferson County), Smithfield — 11-41 — Society of Friends in Early Smithfield
The Plymouth Meeting of Smithfield is considered one of the earliest Society of Friends (Quaker) congregations in Ohio. Jesse Carr, William and Sarah Carr's first born son, is noted in the Plymouth Meeting records as being born the "10th of 5th mo." . . . Map (db m75888) HM
35Ohio (Jefferson County), Steubenville — 104 South 4th Street
Circa 1915 This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior Restored 1991 Map (db m156011) HM
36Ohio (Jefferson County), Steubenville — 114 North 4th Street
Circa 1928 This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior Restored 1998 Map (db m156020) HM
37Ohio (Jefferson County), Steubenville — 142 North 4th Street
Circa 1905 This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior Restored 1999 Map (db m156019) HM
38Ohio (Jefferson County), Steubenville — 144 North 4th Street
Circa 1900 This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior Restored 1999 Map (db m156018) HM
39Ohio (Jefferson County), Steubenville — 156-158 North 4th Street
Circa 1953 This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior Restored 1995 Map (db m156016) HM
40Ohio (Jefferson County), Steubenville — 166-168 North 4th Street
Circa 1953 This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior Restored 1996 Map (db m156015) HM
41Ohio (Jefferson County), Steubenville — 328 Market Street
Circa 1890 This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior Restored 1990 Map (db m156021) HM
42Ohio (Jefferson County), Steubenville — 338 Market Street
circa 1953 This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior Restored 1993Map (db m156009) HM
43Ohio (Jefferson County), Steubenville — 8-41 — Abraham Lincoln's Visit to Steubenville
Abraham Lincoln and his family stopped in Steubenville on February 14, 1861 on their way to Lincoln's presidential inauguration in Washington, D.C. Traveling by train, once in Steubenville he departed the depot to address a large crowd of Ohioans . . . Map (db m33905) HM
44Ohio (Jefferson County), Steubenville — 10-41 — Andrew Carnegie (1835-1919) / Carnegie Library of Steubenville
Andrew Carnegie (1835-1919). Andrew Carnegie was born in Dunfermline, Scotland. He immigrated to Allegheny City Pennsylvania with his family when he was 13. While operating the telegraphs for the Pennsylvania Railroad, Carnegie perceived the . . . Map (db m62959) HM
45Ohio (Jefferson County), Steubenville — Bell from Holy Resurrection Serbian Orthodox Church
This tower containing the original church bell cast in 1906 is dedicated to the pioneers and founding members of the Holy Resurrection Serbian Orthodox Church in Mingo Junction, Ohio on the occasion of the 90th anniversary of the parish.Map (db m156025) HM
46Ohio (Jefferson County), Steubenville — Edwin McMasters Stanton
. . . Map (db m39644) HM
47Ohio (Jefferson County), Steubenville — 1-41 — Federal Land Office
Federal Land Office. This log building was constructed in 1801 by David Hoge on the west side of Third Street. It served as his home and was the first Federal land office in that part of the Northwest Territory known as the Seven Ranges. In 1809 it . . . Map (db m33875) HM
48Ohio (Jefferson County), Steubenville — 3-41 — Fort Steuben
In 1787, the construction of Fort Steuben was completed by Captain John Francis Hamtramck and soldiers of the 1st American Regiment, who were sent to the frontier by the United States government to remove illegal squatters and protect government . . . Map (db m33873) HM
49Ohio (Jefferson County), Steubenville — Guy W. Jacobs (1888 - 1973) / Steubenville Rotary Club (April 20, 1921)
Guy W. Jacobs 1888 - 1973 As a founding member of Steubenville Rotary, and as a renowned banker and industrialist, few have given so generously of his time and resources to his community, and none with greater caring and affection for its . . . Map (db m156007) HM
50Ohio (Jefferson County), Steubenville — Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church
This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m156012) HM
51Ohio (Jefferson County), Steubenville — In Honor of Those Who Served Their Country
During World War II and in memory of those who made the supreme sacrifice Gilbert Beynon George Gabsella, Jr. Claude W. Hinsley Richard Blair Lewis Shumway Donald R. Gaffney Thomas Moxley, Jr. Harry B. Robinson Joseph Zaboroski . . . Map (db m139941) WM
52Ohio (Jefferson County), Steubenville — Moses Fleetwood Walker — 1856 - 1924 — Toledo Blue Stockings —
First African American Professional Baseball Player Steubenville, Ohio Map (db m156022) HM
53Ohio (Jefferson County), Steubenville — North-West Corner of Fort Steuben — Erected 1786
North-West Corner of Fort Steuben Erected 1786 ———— Named in Honor of Major General Frederick William Augustus Baron Von Steuben Who rendered distinguished service to the United States Army in the . . . Map (db m39755) HM
54Ohio (Jefferson County), Steubenville — 6-41 — Ohio River Lock and Dam 10 Site
Lock and Dam 10, completed in 1915, was part of a slack-water navigation system built for the Ohio River. The site included a brick powerhouse and two lockkeeper houses. The lock and dam was replaced when Pike Island Dam was completed in 1965. The . . . Map (db m44147) HM
55Ohio (Jefferson County), Steubenville — 14-41 — Ohio Valley Steelworker Statue
The Ohio Valley Steelworker Statue was cast at Centre Foundry and Machine Company in Wheeling, West Virginia and dedicated in 1989. Created by artist Dimitrios Akis, the statue honors the men and women who worked in area iron and steel industries . . . Map (db m139938) HM
56Ohio (Jefferson County), Steubenville — Saint Peters Catholic Church
Circa 1907 This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior Restored 1994 Map (db m156023) HM
57Ohio (Jefferson County), Steubenville — 7-41 — Secretary of War Edwin M. Stanton
Born in Steubenville in 1814, Edwin McMasters Stanton studied at Kenyon College and opened his law practice in Cadiz in 1836. The grandson of North Carolina slaveholders, Stanton opposed slavery. A successful railroad attorney and War Democrat at . . . Map (db m33906) HM
58Ohio (Jefferson County), Steubenville — 2-41 — Steubenville's Dean Martin
One of the most famous entertainers of the 20th century, Dean Martin was born Dino Crocetti in Steubenville in 1917, the son of Italian immigrants. At age 16 he entered the steel mills and later boxed under the name of "Kid Crochet." He began his . . . Map (db m36342) HM
59Ohio (Jefferson County), Steubenville — Telegraph Office in the War Department in Washington D.C. during the U.S. Civil War — 1861 - 1865
Edwin M. Stanton, native of Steubenville Secretary of War David Homer Bates, native of Steubenville War Department Telegrapher Abraham Lincoln 16th President of the United States Commander in ChiefMap (db m156004) HM
60Ohio (Jefferson County), Steubenville — The Steubenville Building and Loan Association Building
. . . Map (db m156001) HM
61Ohio (Jefferson County), Steubenville — This Old Federal Land Office
[Left Historical Marker]: This Land Office was established by Congress on May 10, 1800. President John Adams appointed David Hoge as Land and Title Registrar, which position he held for forty years. In 1801 Mr. Hoge bought the . . . Map (db m46886) HM
62Ohio (Jefferson County), Steubenville — Tuskegee Airmen in WWII
Tuskegee Airmen Brothers from Steubenville, Ohio Jerome & John "Ellis" Edwards The Red Tails Tuskegee Airmen in WWII The Tuskegee Airmen were a group of African American men and women, pilots and support personnel who fought with . . . Map (db m156014) HM WM
63Ohio (Jefferson County), Steubenville — U.S.S. Maine — In Memoriam
In Memoriam U.S.S. Main Destroyed in Havana Harbor February 15th 1898 This tablet is cast from metal recovered from the USS MaineMap (db m37489) HM
64Ohio (Jefferson County), Steubenville — United States Post Office and Court House
Circa 1924 This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior Restored 1995 Map (db m156013) HM
65Ohio (Jefferson County), Steubenville — Veterans Memorial
Dedicated Veterans Day, November 11, 2007 by Amvet Post 275, Steubenville, Ohio through the patriotic donations of the citizens of the Tri-state area. We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are . . . Map (db m156000) WM
66Ohio (Jefferson County), Steubenville — Veterans Memorial
To keep forever living the spirit of freedom for which they died we dedicate this memorial to our dead in all wars In honor of the men and women of Jefferson County who sacrificed to preserve the liberty of mankind for all ages . . . Map (db m156002) WM
67Ohio (Jefferson County), Stratton — Village of Stratton Veterans Memorial Park — Dedicated: November 11, 2012
The Village of Stratton proudly dedicates this veterans memorial to the local men and women who have bravely served our nation in times of war and peaceMap (db m156048) WM
68Ohio (Jefferson County), Toronto — "Mr. Fullback" Clarke Hinkle
To the honor and glory of "Mr. Fullback" Clarke Hinkle "The valiant warrior famed for fight" Clarke Hinkle Field Dedicated October 15, 1985 T.H.S. Class of 1927 Bucknell University 1928-1932 All American College Football . . . Map (db m156044) HM
69Ohio (Jefferson County), Toronto — Ellsworth Graham
Ellsworth Graham U.S. Navy WWIIMap (db m156043) WM
70Ohio (Jefferson County), Toronto — Gold Star Mothers Memorial
In honor of Gold Star MothersMap (db m156039) WM
71Ohio (Jefferson County), Toronto — James T. Coffey — Shelter House
In late 1959, Jim joined the Toronto Lions Club and remained a member for nearly 59 years. He served most offices of Lionism at the local, district, and state levels. From 1980 to 1982 he served as International Director, and in 1990 was elected . . . Map (db m156031) HM
72Ohio (Jefferson County), Toronto — Sgt. Nathaniel Shae Rock
In honor of Sgt. Nathaniel Shae Rock 3rd Marines, 25th Battalion Map (db m156037) WM
73Ohio (Jefferson County), Toronto — 9-41 — Soldiers and Sailors Monument / Guiseppe Moretti
Side A:Soldiers and Sailors MonumentToronto's Soldiers and Sailors Monument was dedicated on November 11, 1919. At that dedication, artist Giuseppe Moretti said, "A memorial should be erected to a single purpose as a tribute to the . . . Map (db m44143) HM
74Ohio (Jefferson County), Toronto — Toronto Ohio Mayors — Established 1881
Mayors are in order as they served Several served more than one term 💎 Village Mayors 💎 J.H. Roberts • Samuel B. Taylor • John H. Paisley • Andrew J. Stewart • H.H. Smith • E.E. Francy • Charles E. Miller • Joseph M. . . . Map (db m156036) HM
75Ohio (Jefferson County), Toronto — Toronto World War Memorial
Erected by the citizens of Toronto and vicinity in honor of the men of this community who answered the call of their country in the World WarMap (db m156040) WM
76Ohio (Jefferson County), Toronto — Veterans Memorial
Dedicated to all who served "Lest We Forget" Map (db m156033) WM
77Ohio (Jefferson County), Toronto — Veterans Memorial
All gave some Some gave all Map (db m156038) WM
78Ohio (Jefferson County), Toronto — Veterans Victory Pavilion
In gratitude to all who have served the cause of freedom and to the fallen patriots who paid the ultimate price "Carved in stone forever as they are written in our hearts"Map (db m156041) WM
79Ohio (Jefferson County), Toronto — World War II Memorial
A Living War Memorial This park is dedicated in everlasting memory of the men and women of Toronto who served their country in World War II 1941 - 1945 In honor of these men from Toronto who gave the last full measure of their . . . Map (db m156032) WM
80Ohio (Jefferson County), Wintersville — 438 — John D. Kilgore — Two Ridges Presbyterian Church — American Presbyterian and Reformed Historical Site —
Brass plaque: The Bell located in the tower above was donated by John D. Kilgore in 1887. The following inscription is found on the bell: May the Glory of This Latter House Be Greater Than Any Former. Church Organized 1802. 12 . . . Map (db m122234) HM
81Ohio (Jefferson County), Wintersville — 8 — Morgan's Raid
Gen. John H. Morgan in command of Confederate Troops passed here July 25, 1863; proceeded northward via Richmond pursued by Gen. James M. Shackelford, commanding 14th Ill. Cav., First Ky. Cav., 9th Mich. Cav., 11th Mich. Bat'y, 86th Ohio Mounted . . . Map (db m35779) HM
82Ohio (Jefferson County), Wintersville — 9 — Morgan's Raid
Gen. John H. Morgan in command of Confederate Troops passed here “Two Ridges Church” July 25, 1863; proceeded northward via Richmond pursued by Gen. James M. Shackelford, commanding 14th Ill. Cav., First Ky. Cav., 9th Mich. Cav., 11th . . . Map (db m37754) HM
83Ohio (Jefferson County), Wintersville — 49 — Wintersville — Two Ridges Church and Friendly Fire — John Hunt Morgan Heritage Trail —
While en route to Wintersville on July 25, 1863, Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan and his Confederate raiders stopped at the farm of Mrs. John Hanna for a short nap and meal. Working their way toward Wintersville through the area south of . . . Map (db m79816) HM
84Ohio (Jefferson County), Yellow Creek — Lest We Forget - Chief Logan — "Tah-Gah-Jute" — A Chief of the Mingoes - A Friend of the Whites —
From near this place in 1774, all the family of Logan was lured across the Ohio River and massacred by Whites thus sending Logan and Ohio Indian nations on a path of war for vengeance now known to history as Cresap's War. "Who Shall Mourn"Map (db m44144) HM
 
 
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