Build 1830 by Maj. Daniel McCook, Sr. Birthplace of four younger of his nine sons, eight of whom with the father served in the Civil War. All commissioned officers except one. Surg'n Latimer A.; Gen. George W.; Maj.-Gen. Robert L.; Maj.-Gen A. . . . — — Map (db m291) HM
The Algonquin Mill
was named for an Indian camp site near the settlement which is now Petersburg. This structure, built about 1826, replaced an earlier mill. Originally operated by water power from Little McQuire Creek, it drove two sets of burrs. . . . — — Map (db m159707) HM
Major Daniel McCook of Carrollton and his 9 sons and their cousins, the 5 sons of Dr. John McCook of Steubenville, won popular acclaim for their outstanding service in the United States Army an Navy.
“TRIBE OF DAN”
Maj. Daniel: mortally . . . — — Map (db m290) HM
Site of Carroll County's first courthouse, built in 1835. Bricks were burned one block west in the Atkinson-McCook brickyard and laid in "Flemish Bond" style. The bell was cast in Pittsburgh in 1842, shipped by boat to Wellsville, and brought to . . . — — Map (db m289) HM
The march of this veteran is over
God giveth His beloved sleep
Dedicated to the Veterans of all wars who paid the Supreme Sacrifice and to the memory of John E. Wohlwend, Army Air Corps WW II, June 27, 1914 - January 16, 1995
Veterans . . . — — Map (db m160943) WM
Orange Twp. High School operated from 1906 until 1933, and continued as an elementary school until 1963. Through the efforts of Reuben Preston and the ornage Twp. Alumni Association this memorial is dedicated to T.W.McCreary of Leesville, second . . . — — Map (db m159764) HM
In remembrance of soldiers from Brown Township in the Civil War who are Buried in the South
1861 - 1865.
“That the government of the People, by the People, and for the People, shall not perish from the Earth”
Lincoln . . . — — Map (db m160864) WM
This veterans' memorial wall
is dedicated to
the men and women of
the Malvern area
who have served their country
in past years,
who are serving now,
and who will serve in the future.
This new honor roll was inspired . . . — — Map (db m214402) WM
Vietnam war 1959-1975
"All gave some - Some gave all"
In memory of
1st Lt. Robert Paul Kettering
Cpl. Robert Francis Laubacher
PFC Wayne Thomas Woodruff
Malvern American Legion Post 375
Donated By: S-Tek Inc - Dave LePore
Stage . . . — — Map (db m166276) WM
The Great Trail
Gateway to the Ohio Country
The ancient trail that passed near this spot was the major overland route entering the Ohio Country from the east through the 1700s. Also known as the Tuscarawas Path, the . . . — — Map (db m80715) HM
Planned in 1827 as an important trade route between Glasgow on the Ohio River, to the Ohio Canal at Bolivar, passed here. A basin and toll station were located nearby at Lodi, as well as Locks 19 and 20 and a canal dam. This segment of the Western . . . — — Map (db m80716) HM
On this site stood the house in which was born
on July 16, 1865
Theodore Newton Vail
A pioneer in the development of the
telephone in America and one of the
outstanding figures in the history of
communication. When the distance . . . — — Map (db m203946) HM
Charles E. Wilson was born on July 18, 1890 in Minerva. After earning a degree in electrical engineering from the Carnegie Institute of Technology in 1909, he joined the Westinghouse Electric Company in Pittsburgh before moving to General Motors in . . . — — Map (db m80714) HM
Platted by Samuel Oswalt and John Wagoner in 1831. Worley’s Hotel, built in 1820, was the first stage coast stop between Bolivar-Canton and Steubenville. The road followed the first white man’s trail, established by Bezaleel Wells who founded Canton . . . — — Map (db m159693) HM
The New Hagerstown Academy, built on this site in 1837, operated as a fully qualified educational institution until the turn of the century. It offered a well rounded curriculum and some of the most eminent physicians, lawyers, educators and . . . — — Map (db m159760) HM
The Great Indian Trail between Ft. Pitt and Chillicothe followed this route. In 1764 Col. Henry Bouquet and his expedition followed this trail to Coshocton to free 200 captives held by the Seneca, Delawares, and Shawnee Tribes. The resulting treaty . . . — — Map (db m159651) HM
Organized in 1833 with Rev. E.C. Merriman as the first minister. This church merged with the Perrysville Evangelical United Brethren Church on December 8, 1968, to form the present Perrysville United Methodist Church.
It was offered to the . . . — — Map (db m159758) HM
Here on July 26, 1863 occurred the northernmost engagement of Confederate forces during the Civil War. In this immediate area, troops under Major General John H. Morgan, C.S.A., and General James Shackelford, U.S.A., met in full engagement. After . . . — — Map (db m243) HM
On the morning of July 26, 1863, Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan and several hundred Confederate raiders were attacked in this immediate area by Union cavalry advancing from Monroeville under the command of Major William B. Way.
After the . . . — — Map (db m166277) HM
On July 26, 1863, Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan's plan to direct his Confederate raiders through Salineville had to be altered quickly when his scouts reported that Union troops occupied the village. Major General Ambrose Burnside, commander of . . . — — Map (db m173477) HM
Atwood Village originally stood at this intersection.
Although the plat never was recorded, baptismal records from the United Presbyterian Church, dated 1834, indicate that ATWOOD was a thriving village at that time.
It . . . — — Map (db m159766) HM