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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Pike County, Ohio

 
Clickable Map of Pike 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 Pike County, OH (19) Adams County, OH (45) Highland County, OH (36) Jackson County, OH (55) Ross County, OH (74) Scioto County, OH (59)  PikeCounty(19) Pike County (19)  AdamsCounty(45) Adams County (45)  HighlandCounty(36) Highland County (36)  JacksonCounty(55) Jackson County (55)  RossCounty(74) Ross County (74)  SciotoCounty(59) Scioto County (59)
Waverly is the county seat for Pike County
Adjacent to Pike County, Ohio
      Adams County (45)  
      Highland County (36)  
      Jackson County (55)  
      Ross County (74)  
      Scioto County (59)  
 
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1Ohio, Pike County, Jasper — 16 — JasperA Union Martyr — John Hunt Morgan Heritage Trail —
Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan and his main column of Confederate raiders entered Jasper on the afternoon of July 16, 1863. They brought with them the prisoners captured at Stoney Ridge, including one Joseph McDougal, who had been . . . Map (db m108264) HM
2Ohio, Pike County, Jasper — 15 — Stoney RidgeAxes to the Front — John Hunt Morgan Heritage Trail —
As Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan and his Confederate raiders crossed southern Ohio, Governor David Tod called out ax brigades to fell trees across the raiders' anticipated route. Downed trees were not a major problem for mounted troops, but . . . Map (db m108263) HM
3Ohio, Pike County, Piketon — 8-66 — First County Courthouse / Removal of County Seat
First County Courthouse. Named for General Zebulon Pike, killed in the War of 1812, Pike County was organized in February 1815. Commissioners were charged with establishing a county seat and on May 12, 1815 accepted a conveyance of . . . Map (db m132467) HM
4Ohio, Pike County, Piketon — Piketon
Named for General Zebulon Pike Killed in storming of York, Upper Canada, 1813Map (db m59364) HM
5Ohio, Pike County, Piketon — The Underground Railroad in Pike CountyHistoric Underground Railroad Site
An Elm Grove abolitionist maintained a lonely Underground Railroad station where he provided safety for escaping enslaved persons. These fugitives were attempting to travel the unfriendly route from Houston Hollow in Scioto County to safe places . . . Map (db m59368) HM
6Ohio, Pike County, Waverly — 1-66 — Canal Park
The Ohio-Erie Canal, the most important development in the county's early years, was started July 4, 1825 near Newark. The canal passed through Waverly along US 23 and portions of it can still be seen in Waverly today. Only four feet deep and . . . Map (db m25325) HM
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7Ohio, Pike County, Waverly — Eagles Veterans Memorial
This memorial is for those that answered the call to serve. Take a moment to reflect, give thanks for the ones who returned, and honor and praise for the ones that did not.Map (db m212172) WM
8Ohio, Pike County, Waverly — 5-66 — German Evangelical Church / Pike Heritage Foundation Museum
Side A: German Evangelical Church Construction of Waverly's third church, built with locally produced brick, began in 1859 and was completed in 1860. The original deed, recorded on October 31, 1859, listed the value of the lot as $180. With . . . Map (db m25334) HM
9Ohio, Pike County, Waverly — Historic Emmitt House1861–2014
On this site stood the famous landmark hotel and restaurant—the Emmitt House—built in 1861 during the Civil War by the honorable James Emmitt, banker and a leading Southern Ohio entrepreneur, to take advantage of trade on the Ohio Erie Canal . . . Map (db m132438) HM
10Ohio, Pike County, Waverly — 6-66 — Ohio and Erie Canal
The Ohio and Erie Canal, built between 1825 and 1832, had a significant influence on Ohio's economy. In the early 19th century Ohio was largely rural and dependent on subsistence agriculture as the primary business. The canal, which cost nearly . . . Map (db m25371) HM
11Ohio, Pike County, Waverly — Pike County Civil War Memorial
. . . Map (db m201359) WM
12Ohio, Pike County, Waverly — 2-66 — Pike County Courthouse Reported damaged
The Pike County Courthouse was at Piketon from 1815-1861 when county residents voted to move the county seat to Waverly. The Waverly Public Square was donated to the county by the Meschech Downing family in September, 1861. A committee was . . . Map (db m200964) HM
13Ohio, Pike County, Waverly — Pike County Revolutionary Soldiers
Charles Barker • Charles Love • William Beekman • Thomas McCann • Hugh Blackwell • Alexander McMillen • Reuben Bristol • Jacob Mowrer • Joshua Brooks • George Pennisten • John Brumley • John Peril • Charles Cissna • William Price • . . . Map (db m25474) WM
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14Ohio, Pike County, Waverly — Pike County Twentieth-Century War Memorial
Dedicated to the Glory of Almighty God in memory of Pike County men and women who by their unselfish patriotism have advanced the American ideals of liberty and the universal brotherhood of man. World War I 1917-1918 World War II 1941-1945 . . . Map (db m25472) WM
15Ohio, Pike County, Waverly — Pike County Veterans Memorial
In memory of all veterans from Pike County who served All Gave Some Some Gave All Thanks to those who made this dream reality To Honor Those Who Gave So Much Iraq Justin R. McCoy Daniel T. Morris James M. . . . Map (db m25468) HM
16Ohio, Pike County, Waverly — 7-66 — PP African American Settlement / Eden Baptist Church
Side A: PP African American Settlement Thirteen African American families migrated to Pebble Township in Pike County in the early 1820s from Virginia. Some of the families were former slaves while others were freeborn people of color. Their . . . Map (db m25350) HM
17Ohio, Pike County, Waverly — 4-66 — The Emmitt House / James Emmitt Reported permanently removed
Side A: The Emmitt House Built for Waverly industrialist James Emmitt in 1861, The Emmitt House was partly the work of carpenter Madison Hemings, who claimed parentage by President Thomas Jefferson. It served as a tavern and store for . . . Map (db m25326) HM
18Ohio, Pike County, Waverly — War Savings Stamps
. . . Map (db m25348) HM
19Ohio, Pike County, Waverly — Waverly Fire Bell
This bell, cast in the early 1900's was originally used to sound the alarm when the fire company was needed. It hung in the bell tower of the old fire station on North Street and later in the fire station on Market Street. In the late 1980's the . . . Map (db m201356) HM
 
 
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Jan. 28, 2023