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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Wood County, Ohio

 
Clickable Map of Wood 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 Wood County, OH (93) Hancock County, OH (63) Henry County, OH (43) Lucas County, OH (125) Ottawa County, OH (41) Putnam County, OH (31) Sandusky County, OH (43) Seneca County, OH (21)  WoodCounty(93) Wood County (93)  HancockCounty(63) Hancock County (63)  HenryCounty(43) Henry County (43)  LucasCounty(125) Lucas County (125)  OttawaCounty(41) Ottawa County (41)  PutnamCounty(31) Putnam County (31)  SanduskyCounty(43) Sandusky County (43)  SenecaCounty(21) Seneca County (21)
Adjacent to Wood County, Ohio
    Hancock County (63)
    Henry County (43)
    Lucas County (125)
    Ottawa County (41)
    Putnam County (31)
    Sandusky County (43)
    Seneca County (21)
 
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1Ohio (Wood County), Bloomdale — Bloomdale Centennial — 1888 - 1988
The village of Bloomdale was established as a result of the building of the railroad in 1874 and the discovery of natural gas in 1886. Jonathon W. Myers made the first plat in 1874 and the first mayor, A. B. Probert, was elected in . . . Map (db m170296) HM
2Ohio (Wood County), Bloomdale — Bloomdale Veterans Memorial
James Acocks • Allen Allion • Jerrame Allgire • Maurice Allgire • John J Ambrose • Weldon Apple • Richard Apple • Reginald Chub August • Jeffery August • Raymond Atchison • Robert Babcock • Fred Babcock • Kenneth Babcock • . . . Map (db m170302) WM
3Ohio (Wood County), Bowling Green — County of Wood — Created February 12, 1820 - Named for — Colonel Eleazer Derby Wood —
Born 1783 New York City. Killed in combat September 1814. West Point Graduate 1806. As Military Engineer Helped build Castle Williams, N.Y. and Ft. Norfolk Va. Honored by naming of Fort Wood in New York Harbor and monument at West Point. He . . . Map (db m120920) HM
4Ohio (Wood County), Bowling Green — 2-87 — First Seventh-Day Adventist Church
Elder Oliver Mears organized on February 8, 1862 in a tent on this spot, then a walnut grove owned by William Lovett, the Lovett's Grove Seventh-day Adventist Church, first of this denomination in Ohio. A Frame building erected in 1864 served the . . . Map (db m95491) HM
5Ohio (Wood County), Bowling Green — Frank J. Prout Chapel
Left plaque When Benedict Arnold in the late days of the American Revolution ravaged the state of Connecticut he burned the farm houses along his route. In 1792 these farmers were given land grants in the "Firelands,"- Erie and Huron . . . Map (db m146192) HM
6Ohio (Wood County), Bowling Green — C — General Hull's Trail — Ohio Revolutionary Memorial Trail
Through the forest to the east may still be seen the original trail of Hull’s army in June 1812, enroute to Detroit. Some of the corduroy timbers are still buried along the route.Map (db m137357) HM
7Ohio (Wood County), Bowling Green — Lunatic House — 1885
Prior to 1885, a wooden building with rooms overlooking a hog pen had been used to house the insane patients. It was in such poor condition, however, that the infirmary director would not be responsible for anything that might happen to patients . . . Map (db m100756) HM
8Ohio (Wood County), Bowling Green — Ridge School 1886-2013
For 127 years, children from Bowling Green learned, laughed, and played on this site as students of the Ridge Street School. Now dedicated to the outdoor enjoyment of area residents, Ridge Park will continue to be a place where new discoveries . . . Map (db m100137) HM
9Ohio (Wood County), Bowling Green — The Main Street Historic District
Placed on the National Register of Historic Places in May 1987 Bowling Green was first platted in 1835. The Main Street Historic District represents the commercial buildings constructed around Bowling Green's brief "boom era" in the late 1800's . . . Map (db m116992) HM
10Ohio (Wood County), Bowling Green — Wood County Congretional Medal Of Honor Recipents
United States of America Congressional Medal of Honor Recipients State of Ohio Wood County Civil War Bown, Wilson W. 2nd Lt. Georgia 1862 • Buffman, Robert 2nd Lt. Georgia 1862 • Mason, Eilhu H. 2nd Lt. Georgia 1862 • . . . Map (db m170773) WM
11Ohio (Wood County), Bowling Green — 11-87 — Wood County Infirmary — 1869 - 1971
The Infirmary, also known as the poorhouse or simply "The Home," is one of the last county poorhouse sites in Ohio where nearly all of the original structures still stand. The main building, constructed in 1868 with outbuildings added over the . . . Map (db m29188) HM
12Ohio (Wood County), Bowling Green — Wood County Korean War Memorial — 1950 - 1953
A war they say was forgotten, and will pass with time, this memorial is dedicated, to those brave soldiers, who were left behind. Their dedication to mankind, they fought with no regrets. A tribute to all, So shall never forget. . . . Map (db m170768) WM
13Ohio (Wood County), Bowling Green — Wood County Vietnam War Memorial — 1957 - 1975 — Lest We Forget —
Wood County's best of their generation. In honor of those who served in valor and in memory of those who were sacrificed in Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia. Welcome home. Stephen Paul Shaner • Gary Glen Winter • Jesus Rosas Cruz • . . . Map (db m170769) WM
14Ohio (Wood County), Bradner — Bradner World War Memorial
In memory of those who served in World War I, Apr. 6, 1917 to Nov. 11, 1918Map (db m170573) WM
15Ohio (Wood County), Cygnet — Cygnet World War II Veterans Memorial
"In memory and honor of all who served in World War II. Ever protect the freedoms for which they fought." ★ Robert Carson • ★ Frank Sterling • ★ Wayne Phillips • Harold Bronson • James Carson • Meluin Cammell • . . . Map (db m170221) WM
16Ohio (Wood County), Dowling — 1-87 — In Memory of Lieut. Wilson W. Brown / The Andrews Raiders
In Memory of Lieut. Wilson W. Brown Medal of Honor winner, who is buried here. He joined the famous Andrews Raid to wreck Confederate supply lines. The raiders captured a locomotive, "The General,” at Big Shanty, Georgia, on April . . . Map (db m169621) HM
17Ohio (Wood County), Dowling — 1-87 — Lieut. Wilson W. Brown — In Memory of — Ohio Historical Marker —
[Marker Front]: In memory of Lieut. Wilson W. Brown, Medal of Honor winner, who is buried here. He joined the famous Andrews Raid to wreck Confederate supply lines. The raiders captured a locomotive, "The General," at Big Shanty, . . . Map (db m19083) HM
18Ohio (Wood County), Grand Rapids — A Lasting Legacy
In the mid-70s, Toledoans Don and Audrey Entenman took a Sunday drive upriver and discovered a "Victorian Jewel", Grand Rapids, Ohio. Over the next several decades, the couple's love of history, restoration, and an entrepreneurial vision . . . Map (db m170205) HM
19Ohio (Wood County), Grand Rapids — 8-87 — Dominick Labino
This site is dedicated to Dominick Labino, 1910-1987, glass scientist, engineer, artist, and inventor. Credited with 57 patents, Mr. Labino invented pure silica fiber which was used in insulating tiles covering the space shuttle Columbia and the . . . Map (db m4026) HM
20Ohio (Wood County), Grand Rapids — 9-87 — First Presbyterian Church
On this site in 1848, the Presbyterians and Methodists entered into a situation unique to Gilead, as Grand Rapids was then known, by jointly constructing a frame church for worship James Purdy, grantor, sold the lot for five dollars for religious . . . Map (db m169636) HM
21Ohio (Wood County), Grand Rapids — 6-87 — Grand Rapids — 1833 - 1983
This site, at the head of the Great Rapids of the Maumee, has been a major river crossing for centuries. The village was platted in 1833 as Gilead but was overshadowed by rival Providence during the canal era. In 1868 the name Grand Rapids was . . . Map (db m41973) HM
22Ohio (Wood County), Grand Rapids — Grand Rapids — Corporation Limit Marker
Historic canal town founded 1833 as Gilead renamed in 1868 Applebutter Festival since 1977Map (db m159656) HM
23Ohio (Wood County), Grand Rapids — Grand Rapids Flood Records
[The sign indicates heights of different levels throughout the years:] -1904- -1913- -1959- -1982- -1936- -1978-Map (db m170214) HM
24Ohio (Wood County), Grand Rapids — Grand Rapids Town Hall
This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m169951) HM
25Ohio (Wood County), Grand Rapids — 4-87 — Providence Historical District
The town of Providence was born, thrived and died with the Miami & Erie Canal. It was platted in 1835 by French trader Peter Manor, swept by fire in 1846, ravaged by cholera in 1854, and finally unincorporated in 1928. Today, only the Irish . . . Map (db m28397) HM
26Ohio (Wood County), Grand Rapids — 5-87 — The Howard Cemetery
Thomas Howard, aged 66, a Revolutionary War Veteran, arrived at the head of the great rapids of the Maumee from New York State in 1822. Three cabins were erected for his family and the families of his two sons Edward and Robert. The first death in . . . Map (db m4027) HM
27Ohio (Wood County), Grand Rapids — Thurston Building — 1896
Built by Azor Thurston (1861-1922), analytical chemist, textbook author, and pharmacist, this 30 x 75 foot yellow brick building served continuously as a pharmacy for 115 years, until 2011. The Thurston family lived upstairs. The . . . Map (db m170074) HM
28Ohio (Wood County), Grand Rapids — Veterans Memorial — American Legion Post 232
Tribute to those who served the nations Armed ServicesMap (db m160343) WM
29Ohio (Wood County), Haskins — 16-87 — John A. Wilson
Born July 25, 1832, near Worthington, Ohio, John Alf Wilson lived at this site. At the age of 29, he enlisted in C. Company, 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry under General O.M. Mitchell. General Mitchell consented to a dangerous mission led by John . . . Map (db m20412) HM
30Ohio (Wood County), Hull Prairie — Fort Miamis Reserve/Miltonville — Anthony Wayne Parkway
[North side of Marker]:Fort Miamis Reserve “River tracts 46 and 47 in Township No. 1 United States Reserve” is the official description of the Miltonville location. The “United States Reserve” was the . . . Map (db m25871) HM
31Ohio (Wood County), North Baltimore — American Legion Korea Veterans Memorial
Korea Charles H. Barringer Army Mar. 12, 1953Map (db m170226) WM
32Ohio (Wood County), North Baltimore — American Legion Memorial Park
In memory and honor of all who served in World War II. Who sacrificed their lives to protect the freedoms for which they fought. Bainum, Frank C. Army Dec. 24, 1943 • Baker, George E. Army Feb. 24, 1945 • Baltz, Harold W. Army July . . . Map (db m170228) WM
33Ohio (Wood County), North Baltimore — American Legion Vietnam Veterans Memorial
Vietnam Richard M. Gallant Marines June 10, 1971 • Edward A. Heilman Army Oct. 16, 1968 • Michael E. Moorhead Marines June 14, 1970 • Frederick E. Nigh Marines Sept. 17, 1968 • Richard H. Savieo Marines Aug. 25, 1970 • Kenneth D. . . . Map (db m170227) WM
34Ohio (Wood County), North Baltimore — North Baltimore — Corporation Limit Marker
Historic railroad and oil town founded in 1860 incorporated 1876Map (db m159658) HM
35Ohio (Wood County), North Baltimore — 10-87 — North Baltimore / Community Firsts
North Baltimore Located in southern Wood County, the village of New Baltimore was founded in 1860, with the first plat of twenty-nine acres recorded by B.L. Peters in 1873. Official incorporation occurred February 7, 1876, with the name . . . Map (db m166522) HM
36Ohio (Wood County), North Baltimore — 23-87 — North Baltimore Elementary & High School Building
The North Baltimore Elementary and High School stood at 124 S. Second St. and was dedicated November 11, 1927. The tan and brown brick building replaced a school (built 1884) that a fire destroyed on January 26, 1926. The new school building, . . . Map (db m170222) HM
37Ohio (Wood County), North Baltimore — North Baltimore Veterans Memorial
In honor of those who gave their lives during the Vietnam War ☆ Dale L. Speir Cpl. USMC 6-6-67 • ☆ Frederick M. Stemen Pfc USMC 2-9-68 • ☆ Kenneth D. Smith Sp4 USA 6-14-68 • . . . Map (db m169623) WM
38Ohio (Wood County), North Baltimore — The Unknown Dead Memorial
In memory of the unknown soldiersMap (db m169632) WM
39Ohio (Wood County), Otsego — C608 — Maumee Indian Mission — Ohio Revolutionary Memorial Trail
. . . Map (db m25870) HM
40Ohio (Wood County), Otsego — The First Presbyterian Mission in the Maumee Valley
On this ground was established In the year 1822 The first Presbyterian Mission In the Maumee Valley ————— Rev. Joseph Badger, Missionary, 1805 - 1812. Rev. Isaac Van Tassell, Its first superintendent, . . . Map (db m42041) HM
41Ohio (Wood County), Pemberville — In Memory of Captain Elihu H. Mason
In Memory of Captain Elihu H. Mason (1831-1896), second Medal of Honor winner, who is buried in this cemetery. In the 21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, during the Civil War, Mr. Mason was on the celebrated Andrews Raid, April 12, 1862, when 18 union . . . Map (db m19086) HM
42Ohio (Wood County), Pemberville — 12-87 — Pemberville Town Hall and Opera House
Completed in 1892 at the height of the region's oil boom, the Pemberville Town Hall followed a late-1800s municipal trend to house many civic functions under one roof. The fire station, jail, and council chambers occupied the ground level, while . . . Map (db m29189) HM
43Ohio (Wood County), Pemberville — 15-87 — William Henry Harrison's Encampment
During the War of 1812, Northwestern Army Commander General William Henry Harrison led troops through northwest Ohio on the way to Detroit and Ft. Malden in Michigan. After the decimation of General James Winchester's division at Frenchtown (Monroe, . . . Map (db m20429) HM
44Ohio (Wood County), Perrysburg — 17-87 — 17th Infantry Regiment
[Front Side of Marker]: The 17th Infantry, created by Congress in 1812 and formed with personnel from western states, was the only Regular Army regiment in General James Winchester's column of the Army of the Northwest's campaign to . . . Map (db m28203) HM
45Ohio (Wood County), Perrysburg — 14-87 — Amos Spafford / Perrysburg
[Front Side of Marker]: "Amos Spafford" In 1810, early settlers here were Major Amos Spafford (1753-1818), his wife Olive (1756-1823), and their children Samuel, Aurora , Chloe (Mrs. Almon Gibbs), and Anna (Mrs. Richard Craw). In 1796, . . . Map (db m28274) HM
46Ohio (Wood County), Perrysburg — 7-87 — Army Lodge No. 24 Free and Accepted Masons
[Front Side of Marker]: "Army Lodge No. 24 Free and Accepted Masons" Settlers and soldiers moving west brought with them familiar institutions such as the Masonic Lodge. Here at Camp Meigs, military officers were authorized by Ohio . . . Map (db m28346) HM
47Ohio (Wood County), Perrysburg — Blockhouses — Fort Meigs
Seven blockhouses were spaced irregularly along the stockade wall. These blockhouses were intended to function as defensive positions with at least one cannon on the first floor and a platoon of men armed with muskets and rifles stationed on the . . . Map (db m169767) HM
48Ohio (Wood County), Perrysburg — C — Clay's Landing — Ohio Revolutionary Memorial Trail
. . . Map (db m94017) HM
49Ohio (Wood County), Perrysburg — Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry — "We Have Met The Enemy And They Are Ours"
The original of this monument to Oliver Hazard Perry, hero of the Battle of Lake Erie on September 10, 1813, was created in marble in 1860 by New York Sculptor William Walcutt for the City of Cleveland. When that City had the statues cast in bronze, . . . Map (db m29592) HM
50Ohio (Wood County), Perrysburg — Discipline — Fort Meigs
Those guilty of misbehavior at Fort Meigs faced a variety of punishments. Although whipping was outlawed, soldiers could have their pay stopped, be forced to do extra duties around the camp, be chained in their tents, or be fed bread and . . . Map (db m169764) HM
51Ohio (Wood County), Perrysburg — First Siege — Fort Meigs
Scouting parties made up of Indians allied with the British kept the fort under close surveillance during the early spring of 1813. In late April, British forces commanded by Brig. Gen. Henry Proctor attacked Fort Meigs with an army made up . . . Map (db m169738) HM
52Ohio (Wood County), Perrysburg — First Siege — Fort Meigs
Small groups of British scouts appeared opposite Fort Meigs on April 26, 1813. The main body of British troops arrived two days later. After constructing artillery batteries, General Procter opened the siege on May 1. Within Fort Meigs, the . . . Map (db m169771) HM
53Ohio (Wood County), Perrysburg — Fort Meigs — 1813
[Marker Front]: Fort Meigs 1813 [Marker Reverse]: In recognition of the services of the gallant men who defended their country on this spot.Map (db m19267) HM
54Ohio (Wood County), Perrysburg — Fort Meigs / Construction
Construction on Fort Meigs began in February 1813. Soldiers traveling to Fort Meigs passed through the Great Black Swamp, a nearly impenetrable morass 40 miles across and 120 miles wide south of the fort. The harsh winter weather and frontier . . . Map (db m42090) HM
55Ohio (Wood County), Perrysburg — Fort Meigs / Introduction 1 — The War of 1812
Fort Meigs was built during the early days of the War of 1812. The United States began the conflict by declaring war against England in June 1812 to redress insults suffered on the high seas including the impressment of American sailors; to protect . . . Map (db m42062) HM
56Ohio (Wood County), Perrysburg — Fort Meigs / Introduction 2 — Was in the West
While Easterners were more concerned with diplomatic issues relating to Europe, the war west of the Appalachian Mountains took on a different character. The war in the West was a continuation of a long series of Indian wars dating back to the 1750s. . . . Map (db m42064) HM
57Ohio (Wood County), Perrysburg — Fort Meigs / Introduction 3 — Early Defeats
The war in the West had gone poorly for the United States. In August 1812, Gen. William Hull surrendered Detroit and his entire army to the British. On January 22, 1813, a second United States army led by James Winchester was defeated at French Town . . . Map (db m42067) HM
58Ohio (Wood County), Perrysburg — Fort Meigs / Introduction 4 — To the Rapids
American soldiers commanded by William Henry Harrison had been following Winchester with supplies and garrison troops. After learning of the French Town defeat, they fell back to the Portage River in Ohio. On February 1, 1813, Harrison advanced to . . . Map (db m42068) HM
59Ohio (Wood County), Perrysburg — B — Fort Meigs Directional Marker — Ohio Revolutionary Memorial Trail
$50 Fine or 10 days imprison- ment or both for defacing this marker Ohio State General Code Section 12489Map (db m135814) HM
60Ohio (Wood County), Perrysburg — 21-87 — Fort Meigs Union Cemetery
Front Side The village of Perrysburg was founded in 1816 and Wood County in 1820. In 1822 the town established a village cemetery and located it on the southwest corner of West Indiana at Cherry Streets. By 1848 it was full and a new . . . Map (db m67524) HM
61Ohio (Wood County), Perrysburg — Gardens — Fort Meigs
Following the first siege, soldiers were allowed to supplement their daily ration by fishing in the river, foraging in the surrounding forest, and even gardening. Voices Of The Past General Owens June 15th, 1813 "At Seven . . . Map (db m169702) HM
62Ohio (Wood County), Perrysburg — General William Henry Harrison
General William Henry Harrison, commander of the Army of the West, selected this site in February 1813, and on it erected Fort Meigs as a defense against the military operations of the English, with whom the United States was then at war. On . . . Map (db m19271) HM
63Ohio (Wood County), Perrysburg — History Happened Here
You are standing on "Corn Cob Hill" where corn was once shelled, weighed and and lowered in hopper cars into a grain elevator below, thence onto ships. Under the bridge to the left is the foot of the rapids where non-native settlement started in . . . Map (db m29448) HM
64Ohio (Wood County), Perrysburg — In Memory Of Michael Hayes, Timothy Hayes, Thomas Hayes
For their early and long preservation of these historic grounds, made sacred by the burial here of soldier heroes who died in defense of American liberty.Map (db m169670) HM WM
65Ohio (Wood County), Perrysburg — Interior Earthworks — Fort Meigs
Traverses, or large mounds of earth thrown up throughout the interior of the fort, were originally 14 feet high and 20 feet wide at their base. These earthworks were designed to protect the defenders from incoming artillery fired from . . . Map (db m169739) HM
66Ohio (Wood County), Perrysburg — Kentucky Soldiers Monument
This monument is dedicated in honor of the brave men from Kentucky who served at Fort Meigs during the War of 1812 and in memory of those Kentuckian s killed and missing in action on May 5th 1813 during the first siege. It rarely occurs . . . Map (db m169700) WM
67Ohio (Wood County), Perrysburg — Lieut. John McCullough & Lieut. Robert Walker
. . . Map (db m169768) HM
68Ohio (Wood County), Perrysburg — Major Amos Stoddard — 1762 - 1813
Wounded May 1, 1813, on the opening day of the siege of Fort Meigs. Died May 11 of tetanus; buried May 12 in front of the "Grand Battery" on the spot where he received the wound that caused his death. A native of Connecticut, Major Stoddard . . . Map (db m29423) HM
69Ohio (Wood County), Perrysburg — Maumee Rapids — Fort Meigs
Fort Meigs overlooks the rapids of the Maumee River. By controlling this point, the American army could deny the British access to the rivers, control military roads A south of the fort, and defend Ohio against a Canadian . . . Map (db m169766) HM
70Ohio (Wood County), Perrysburg — Memorial Garden — Fort Meigs
This garden sits near one of three unmarked cemeteries at Fort Meigs used during the War of 1812. We hope that the garden's quiet and solitude invite you to reflect on the lives and sacrifices of the honored heroes here interred, and upon the . . . Map (db m169669) HM
71Ohio (Wood County), Perrysburg — 3-87 — Old Wood County Jail — 1847-1870
Built in 1847, during the Presidency of Polk, when Perrysburg was the County Seat, and used as the Jail and Infirmary until 1870. Continued to serve as the Perrysburg Jail until 1899, sold by the town in 1918. Acquired and restored by Mr. and Mrs. . . . Map (db m67525) HM
72Ohio (Wood County), Perrysburg — Pennsylvania Soldiers Monument
Top Erected to the memory of the soldiers of Pennsylvania who fell at Fort Meigs 1813 Side 1 Pennsylvania commands taking part in the conflict at Fort Meigs in 1813 Independent Battalion Major John B. Alexander . . . Map (db m169781) WM
73Ohio (Wood County), Perrysburg — 20-87 — Perrysburg / Perrysburg Plat Map
[West Side of Marker] : "Perrysburg" Following the War of 1812, settlers reestablished the 1810 Maumee River town, Port Miami of Lake Erie, on the land below the deserted Fort Meigs. The inhabitants nicknamed the new town "Orleans of . . . Map (db m29579) HM
74Ohio (Wood County), Perrysburg — Second Fort — Fort Meigs
In August 1813, General Harrison began to prepare the army for the invasion of Canada. Harrison ordered the large fort destroyed and replaced by a small stockade approximately 50 yards square and surrounded by a steep-sided ditch six feet deep . . . Map (db m169776) HM
75Ohio (Wood County), Perrysburg — Stockade — Fort Meigs
Militia companies from Ohio and Kentucky would have been responsible for protecting this portion of the stockade. All the ground outside the wall would have been cleared of trees and brush. Attackers who left the protection of the treeline . . . Map (db m169701) HM
76Ohio (Wood County), Perrysburg — The Grand Battery — Fort Meigs
Fort Meigs employed five artillery batteries during the first siege and added a sixth along the fort's west wall shortly after the battle ended. The Grand Battery was the largest artillery battery at Fort Meigs. Voices From The . . . Map (db m169774) HM
77Ohio (Wood County), Perrysburg — The Indian Wars — 1790–1795
When American Pioneers attempted to settle the area north and west of the Ohio River, following the Ordinance of 1787,the Indians aided by the British in Canada, fought valiantly and fiercely for their homes in the Ohio Country. It required the . . . Map (db m996) HM
78Ohio (Wood County), Perrysburg — 13-87 — The Maumee and Western Reserve Road / Turnpike Milestones — Ohio Historical Marker
[Front Side]: "The Maumee and Western Reserve Road" Sandusky Street (U.S. Highway 20) is the former Maumee and Western Reserve Turnpike. Native American tribes northwest of the Ohio River ceded the right of way for this 46-mile road . . . Map (db m21930) HM
79Ohio (Wood County), Perrysburg — A125 — to Brady's Island / to Fort Miami — Ohio Revolutionary Memorial Trail — Harrison's March —
Ohio's Revolutionary Memorial Trail Text on West Side : Harrison's March • 1813 - - - - - 28 Miles to Brady's Island Text on East Side : Harrison's March • 1813 - - - - . . . Map (db m93477) HM
80Ohio (Wood County), Perrysburg — A122 — to Dudley's Massacre / to Portage Stockade — Ohio Revolutionary Memorial Trail — Harrison-Hull-Tupper Marches —
Ohio's Revolutionary Memorial Trail Text on South Side : Harrison-Hull-Tupper 1812 • Marches • 1813 - - - - - 6 Miles to Dudley's Massacre Text on North Side : . . . Map (db m93456) HM
81Ohio (Wood County), Perrysburg — A123 — to Fort Meigs / to Fort Meigs — Ohio Revolutionary Memorial Trail — Harrison-Hull-Tupper Marches —
Ohio's Revolutionary Memorial Trail Text on South Side : Harrison-Hull-Tupper 1812 • Marches • 1813 - - - - - ½ Mile to Fort Meigs <———— Text on North . . . Map (db m93521) HM
82Ohio (Wood County), Perrysburg — A124 — to Fort Stephenson / to Fort Meigs — Ohio's Revolutionary Memorial Trail — Harrison's March 1813 —
Ohio's Revolutionary Memorial Trail Text on East Side : Harrison's March - 1813 - - - - - ½ Mile to Fort Meigs Text on West Side : Harrison's March - 1813 - - - - - . . . Map (db m76976) HM
83Ohio (Wood County), Perrysburg — A126 — to Whittaker's Reserve / to Dudley's Massacre — Ohio Revolutionary Memorial Trail — Harrison's March —
Ohio's Revolutionary Memorial Trail Text on West Side : Harrison's March • 1813 - - - - - 25 Miles to Whittaker's Reserve Text on East Side : Harrison's March • 1813 - - . . . Map (db m93495) HM
84Ohio (Wood County), Perrysburg — Veterans Memorial — American Legion, Perrysburg Post No. 28
An honor guard of trees, an everstanding vigil, to the veterans here resting World War I Korea Vietnam World War II Map (db m169920) WM
85Ohio (Wood County), Perrysburg — Virginia Soldiers Who Died At Fort Meigs Or In Ohio During the War of 1812
Virginia Brigade under the command of Brig. Gen. Joel Leftwich James Adare • John Anderson • Stephen Archer • George Arnold • Isaac Bockover • Jacob Brewer • Patrick Burk • William Carder • Richard Carson • John Clutter • . . . Map (db m169667) WM
86Ohio (Wood County), Portage — C — Portage Stockade — Ohio Revolutionary Memorial Trail
. . . Map (db m37849) HM
87Ohio (Wood County), Sugar Ridge — Sugar Ridge Veterans Memorial
In memory of the men and women who have served in the armed forces of the United States of AmericaMap (db m169940) WM
88Ohio (Wood County), Tontogany — 19-87 — Custer Homestead
Near this site stood the former Custer Homestead of Emanuel and Maria Custer from 1856-1865. For two years it was the boyhood home of Captain Tom Custer, younger brother of famed General George Armstrong Custer. At age 16, Tom misled a recruiter in . . . Map (db m20439) HM
89Ohio (Wood County), Tontogany — Tontogany Roll of Honor
Let us remember, appreciate, honor and thank all those who have, are now and will serve to keep us free. We dedicate this memorial to the men and women who served our country, past, present and future. POW★MIA You are not . . . Map (db m169931) WM
90Ohio (Wood County), Tontogany — Wood County's First Masonic Lodge
April 29, 1843. Wood County's first Masonic Lodge formed and met at this site. February 18, 1921 Wood County Lodge #112 F & A.M. moved to 159 N. Main St. in Bowling Green, Ohio.Map (db m98844) HM
91Ohio (Wood County), Wayne — The Wayne Village Park
This park was established in 1955 through the efforts of Russell "Bugsy” Herchelroth. Improvements to the park are from the Elmer L. and Hazel V. Wirebaugh Memorial Gifts. The original park board was: John Tyson, Russell . . . Map (db m170414) HM
92Ohio (Wood County), Wayne — Wayne Civil War Memorial
(Side 1) 25th Regt. O.V.I. Algyre G. W • Bigley J. • Bigley O. • + • Carmon H. • Chance J. C. • Dubal V. • Dufey P. • Edgar S. • Falor W. • Gromtz S. • Hale H. • Heath M. • Heminger C. • Heminger S. • Hess J. G. • Hoffman C. • . . . Map (db m170633) WM
93Ohio (Wood County), West Millgrove — Perry Center
1876 Perry Center 1946 (map on front, text on reverse) When the state of Ohio was chartered, it mandated that every township set aside land for schools.The result was the classic one room schoolhouses that were built in the mid to last half of . . . Map (db m100786) HM
 
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