Home in the wilderness 1821-1870. Built in 1821 downstream a quarter mile on the Auglaize west bank by Sebastian Sroufe, War of 1812 veteran, and wife Mary, this home was postal stop Sugar Grove on the Ft. Recovery-Ft. Defiance route and in 1828, . . . — — Map (db m79533) HM
The Samuel Myers, Sr. Grist Mill 1834-1860 After Christmas Day 1833, Samuel Myers, Sr., a native of Hagerstown, Maryland, and Margaret (Hardin), first couple wed in Putnam County, moved ito their log home on the Auglaize River west bank. Because . . . — — Map (db m79559) HM
June 6, 1873, John T. Haller awarded stone contract set by September 5, 1873, each perch 24.75 cubic feet.
June 27, 1873, McGurdy & McDurmett awarded iron work contract at $20.50 a lineal foot in three bowstring truss spans with wood floor . . . — — Map (db m228986) HM