On Hackett Road east of Kidron Road (County Route 52), on the right when traveling east.
In the summer of 1819 settlers from Sonnenberg in
the Jura Mountains of Canton Bern, Switzerland,
arrived in Wayne County, Ohio. They fled the
religious persecution they endured because of their
Anabaptist Mennonite beliefs, including adult . . . — — Map (db m132020) HM
On East Main Street (Ohio Route 585) at East Prospect Street, on the right when traveling east on East Main Street.
Johann Mischler (changed to John Mishler), 1852-1930, and
his wife Rosina Beyeler Mischler, 1852-1927, were born in
Switzerland and came to the United States in 1882. They
moved to Smithville in 1887 where John, a weaver by trade,
built a mill . . . — — Map (db m132073) HM
On South Main Street (Ohio Route 301), on the right when traveling north.
The West Salem City Hall reflects 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 the second floor hosted a public auditorium, or "opera house". . . . — — Map (db m109196) HM
On Williams Road just east of Gossard Drive, on the right when traveling east.
Barnhart Rice Homestead
The Barnhart Rice house is one of two original farmhouses occupying this 320-acre hilltop farmstead from the early days of the settlement. Started in the spring of 1822, the house was built of hand-cut sandstone . . . — — Map (db m66463) HM
Near Oldman Road (County Route 420) at Oak Hill Road, on the right when traveling west.
Charles W. Follis was born on February 3, 1879, in Virginia. His family moved to Wooster where he attended Wooster High School and helped establish the school’s football team. In 1901, Follis enrolled and played baseball at the College of Wooster . . . — — Map (db m151357) HM
On West Liberty Street (Ohio Route 302) just west of South Walnut Street, on the right when traveling east.
General David Wooster was an American hero, sacrificing everything for the cause of liberty, equality and freedom. Born in Connecticut in 1710, Wooster was a prominent figure of 18th century Connecticut society. A graduate of Yale College, . . . — — Map (db m205805) HM
On East Bowman Street east of Beall Avenue, on the left when traveling east.
General Reasin Beall Homestead. Built in 1816 by General Reasin Beall and his wife
Rebecca Johnston Beall, the homestead is recognized as the oldest existing residence in the City
of Wooster. Born in 1769 in Maryland, Reasin Beall
came to . . . — — Map (db m131949) HM
Harvey Howard House. Harvey Howard, a local druggist, built the house at 407 North Market Street around 1860. After many owners, Captain James B. Taylor bought the home in 1893. Taylor commanded Company H of the 120th Ohio Volunteer Infantry . . . — — Map (db m131936) HM
On Williams Road at Gerlaugh Drive, on the left when traveling east on Williams Road.
The Ohio General Assembly established the Ohio Agricultural
Experiment Station in 1882. From its inception until 1892, the
Station occupied 17 acres on the Columbus campus of The Ohio
State University before relocating to 470 acres in Wayne . . . — — Map (db m131935) HM
On West Liberty Street at South Market Street, on the right when traveling east on West Liberty Street.
These twenty pounder Parrott guns belonged to the United States Battleship Pensacola. Mounted in memory of Given Post, No. 113, G.A.R., Wooster, and dedicated to the soldiers, sailors and noble patriotic women of Wayne County, Ohio, July 4, . . . — — Map (db m131975) HM
On West Liberty Street (Ohio Route 302) at North Market Street, on the right when traveling west on West Liberty Street.
In recognition of
the patriotism of
the people of
who oversubscribed their
war savings quota 1918
this tablet is
gratefully erected by the
Ohio War Savings Committee — — Map (db m205800) HM
Erected by Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Frick in honor of the Union soldiers of Wayne County, Ohio and presented to the City of Wooster May 5, 1892.
(plaque on west face) (Known) deceased Revolutionary War Veterans buried in Wayne County . . . — — Map (db m132008) WM
On Madison Avenue (Ohio Route 302) 0.1 miles north of Secrest Road (County Road 359), on the right when traveling south.
To cherish liberty
one need only
it was earned
Mark M. Beckler
World War I
James Stevenson •
Harvey W. Carbaugh •
Arthur P. F. Whitman•
John Adams •
Harvey A. Fluhart•
Edward Meiner . . . — — Map (db m208738) WM