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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Barnesville, Ohio

 
Clickable Map of Belmont 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 Belmont County, OH (64) Guernsey County, OH (39) Harrison County, OH (28) Jefferson County, OH (94) Monroe County, OH (9) Noble County, OH (16) Marshall County, WV (48) Ohio County, WV (168)  BelmontCounty(64) Belmont County (64)  GuernseyCounty(39) Guernsey County (39)  HarrisonCounty(28) Harrison County (28)  JeffersonCounty(94) Jefferson County (94)  MonroeCounty(9) Monroe County (9)  NobleCounty(16) Noble County (16)  MarshallCountyWest Virginia(48) Marshall County (48)  OhioCounty(168) Ohio County (168)
St. Clairsville is the county seat for Belmont County
Barnesville is in Belmont County
      Belmont County (64)  
ADJACENT TO BELMONT COUNTY
      Guernsey County (39)  
      Harrison County (28)  
      Jefferson County (94)  
      Monroe County (9)  
      Noble County (16)  
      Marshall County, West Virginia (48)  
      Ohio County, West Virginia (168)  
 
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1Ohio (Belmont County), Barnesville — American Legion Post 168 Veterans Memorial
In Memory of All American Veterans Lest We ForgetMap (db m26745) HM
2Ohio (Belmont County), Barnesville — B&O Railroad Tunnel
You are standing over a 423 foot man-made sandstone tunnel built by the railroad between 1864 and 1870. Located on the Pittsburgh-Columbus main line, up to 37 trains a day passed under East Main Street during the railroad’s heyday. The station, . . . Map (db m21012) HM
3Ohio (Belmont County), Barnesville — Barnesville Veterans Memorial
To honor those who have served to preserve this nationMap (db m26752) HM
4Ohio (Belmont County), Barnesville — Barnesville War Memorial
Lest We Forget Those Who Gave Their All For Our Country Our Honored W.W. I K.I.A. Wm. S. Bowen • Mansel E. Kaiser • George R. Higgins Our Honored W.W. II K.I.A. Edmund Bradfield • Wayne A. Thomas Wm. O. Cordner • Lewis Wade Paul . . . Map (db m26864) WM
5Ohio (Belmont County), Barnesville — 8-7 — Captina African Methodist Episcopal Cemetery
This cemetery stands as evidence of a once thriving African American farming community established in the 1820s. With the aid of community leader, Alexander "Sandy" Harper (c.1804-1889), Captina, originally called Guinea, became a stop on the . . . Map (db m79263) HM
6Ohio (Belmont County), Barnesville — 7-7 — Governor Wilson Shannon 1802-1877 / Barnesville’s Shannon Family
Governor Wilson Shannon (1802–1877), Ohio, first native-born governor, Wilson Shannon was born in February 1802 in the Mt. Olivet area near Barnesville. After attending Ohio University and studying law in Kentucky, he returned to Belmont . . . Map (db m21055) HM
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7Ohio (Belmont County), Barnesville — Roby Cigar Museum
This small, backyard cigar company operated from 1900 to 1943. Mr. Roby's hand-made stogies or cigars were made here in this building by family members, with the help of 2 or 3 employees daily. It was located in Belmont, Ohio. This shop has . . . Map (db m79272) HM
8Ohio (Belmont County), Barnesville — September 11, 2001
We will never forget the tragic events of September 11, 2001 nor the lives that were lost Dedicated May 30, 2005Map (db m26862) WM
9Ohio (Belmont County), Barnesville — The Village Bell
Dedicated to all veterans with appreciation for your service and sacrifice 2 August 2008 Home of the Free Because of the BraveMap (db m26860) HM
10Ohio (Belmont County), Barnesville — VFW Post 2792 Veterans Memorial
For God and Country in honor of those who served in all wars Lest We Forget Memorial Day 1979Map (db m26749) HM
11Ohio (Belmont County), Barnesville — 19-9 — Watt Car and Wheel Company
Joseph Watt and son James H. started a small foundry in 1862 making plow points, window sash weights, and heating stoves. Later, brothers Stewart, Ross, and John W. joined and the name became J.H. Watt and Brothers. Securing a patent for a . . . Map (db m26750) HM
 
 
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Oct. 5, 2022