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Historical Markers in Camp Dennison, Ohio

 
Clickable Map of Hamilton 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 Hamilton County, OH (346) Butler County, OH (125) Clermont County, OH (122) Warren County, OH (212) Dearborn County, IN (86) Franklin County, IN (75) Boone County, KY (55) Campbell County, KY (49) Kenton County, KY (106)  HamiltonCounty(346) Hamilton County (346)  ButlerCounty(125) Butler County (125)  ClermontCounty(122) Clermont County (122)  WarrenCounty(212) Warren County (212)  DearbornCountyIndiana(86) Dearborn County (86)  FranklinCounty(75) Franklin County (75)  BooneCountyKentucky(55) Boone County (55)  CampbellCounty(49) Campbell County (49)  KentonCounty(106) Kenton County (106)
Cincinnati is the county seat for Hamilton County
Camp Dennison is in Hamilton County
      Hamilton County (346)  
ADJACENT TO HAMILTON COUNTY
      Butler County (125)  
      Clermont County (122)  
      Warren County (212)  
      Dearborn County, Indiana (86)  
      Franklin County, Indiana (75)  
      Boone County, Kentucky (55)  
      Campbell County, Kentucky (49)  
      Kenton County, Kentucky (106)  
 
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1 Ohio, Hamilton County, Camp Dennison — Camp Dennison Civil War Museum
Bldg. built by C. Waldschmidt 1804 Used as a guard house of the camp 1861-1865 Dedicated Sept. 6,1997 to the men and women who served in the War Between the States State Regent's projects of Mrs. James H. Woolslayer 1995 1998 Civil . . . Map (db m241975) HM
2 Ohio, Hamilton County, Camp Dennison — 28-31 — Waldschmidt CemeteryCamp Dennison, Ohio
Waldschmidt Cemetery is located on land purchased from former New Jersey judge and Congressman John Cleves Symmes in 1795 by Christian Waldschmidt, one of the first settlers in the Little Miami River Valley. Waldschmidt, from Lancaster, . . . Map (db m134918) HM
 
 
  
  
  
 
 
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May. 27, 2024