“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Brookfield, Ohio

Clickable Map of Trumbull County, Ohio and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Trumbull County, OH (69) Ashtabula County, OH (113) Geauga County, OH (40) Mahoning County, OH (78) Portage County, OH (35) Crawford County, PA (140) Mercer County, PA (95)  TrumbullCounty(69) Trumbull County (69)  AshtabulaCounty(113) Ashtabula County (113)  GeaugaCounty(40) Geauga County (40)  MahoningCounty(78) Mahoning County (78)  PortageCounty(35) Portage County (35)  CrawfordCountyPennsylvania(140) Crawford County (140)  MercerCounty(95) Mercer County (95)
Warren is the county seat for Trumbull County
Brookfield is in Trumbull County
      Trumbull County (69)  
      Ashtabula County (113)  
      Geauga County (40)  
      Mahoning County (78)  
      Portage County (35)  
      Crawford County, Pennsylvania (140)  
      Mercer County, Pennsylvania (95)  
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1Ohio, Trumbull County, Brookfield — 20-78 — Brookfield Township
On Grove Street near Ohio Route 7, on the right when traveling west.
Side A In 1798, Judge Samuel Hinckley of Northampton, Massachusetts, drew the 72nd draft in the land lottery held by the Connecticut Land Company and received 15,305 acres in Township 4, Range 1, for which he paid $12,903.23, less than one . . . Map (db m121462) HM
2Ohio, Trumbull County, Brookfield — Our Founder Judge Samuel C. Hinckley(1757-1840)
Near Ohio Route 7, 0.1 miles north of Grove Street.
Born in Brookfield, Massachusetts purchased township 4 range 1 from the Connecticut Land Co. on September 14, 1799 and named it Brookfield. He paid $12,903.23 for 15,304 acres.Map (db m121461) HM
3Ohio, Trumbull County, Brookfield — This Bell
Near Ohio Route 7, 0.1 miles north of Grove Street.
This bell rang for shift changes at Frederick Masury's Masurite Explosive Company (1904-1911) In 1912 it was given to the Elm Street School. When the school closed in 1951, it became the property of the Brookfield Fire Department. The bell was . . . Map (db m121464) HM
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Apr. 1, 2023