“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Bristolville, 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 (144) Mercer County, PA (96)  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(144) Crawford County (144)  MercerCounty(96) Mercer County (96)
Warren is the county seat for Trumbull County
Bristolville is in Trumbull County
      Trumbull County (69)  
      Ashtabula County (113)  
      Geauga County (40)  
      Mahoning County (78)  
      Portage County (35)  
      Crawford County, Pennsylvania (144)  
      Mercer County, Pennsylvania (96)  
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1 Ohio, Trumbull County, Bristolville — 31-78 — Bristol Public Library1912
Side A In 1912, an endowment of $6,000 from Andrew Carnegie made it possible for the Bristol Public Library to become a reality. Four years earlier, the newly organized Bristol Library Association, headed and promoted by retired Judge . . . Map (db m121485) HM
2 Ohio, Trumbull County, Bristolville — Honor Roll
Erected to those buried in Bristol Township whose service assured our nation's independence 1775-1783 Gasper Cline Elias Daily Jacob Hamman John Morley Joseph Talcott William WilsonMap (db m121486) WM
3 Ohio, Trumbull County, Bristolville — 21-78 — Ohio's First Civil War MonumentDedicated October 15, 1863
Side A With the outbreak of the Civil War in 1861, many young men of Bristol Township enlisted in the army when President Abraham Lincoln issued his call to defend the Union cause. The death toll of some of these men at the Battle of Shiloh . . . Map (db m121482) HM
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Apr. 18, 2024