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Historical Markers in Frankfort, Ohio

 
Clickable Map of Ross 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 Ross County, OH (74) Fayette County, OH (32) Highland County, OH (36) Hocking County, OH (30) Jackson County, OH (54) Pickaway County, OH (45) Pike County, OH (19) Vinton County, OH (18)  RossCounty(74) Ross County (74)  FayetteCounty(32) Fayette County (32)  HighlandCounty(36) Highland County (36)  HockingCounty(30) Hocking County (30)  JacksonCounty(54) Jackson County (54)  PickawayCounty(45) Pickaway County (45)  PikeCounty(19) Pike County (19)  VintonCounty(18) Vinton County (18)
Chillicothe is the county seat for Ross County
Frankfort is in Ross County
      Ross County (74)  
ADJACENT TO ROSS COUNTY
      Fayette County (32)  
      Highland County (36)  
      Hocking County (30)  
      Jackson County (54)  
      Pickaway County (45)  
      Pike County (19)  
      Vinton County (18)  
 
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1Ohio (Ross County), Frankfort — 14-71 — Concord Presbyterian Church
The Concord Presbyterian Church congregation organized in 1805. The Concord Church was an integral part of the antislavery movement and was a station on the Underground Railroad. Reverend James H. Dickey, the congregation’s second pastor, was . . . Map (db m118590) HM
2Ohio (Ross County), Frankfort — Dr. W. H. Robb Residence
Site of the residence of Dr. W. H. Robb until it was acquired by the Chillicothe Telephone Company for the new Frankfort Telephone ExchangeMap (db m22812) HM
3Ohio (Ross County), Frankfort — 1-71 — The Red Brick Schoolhouse1877
Typical of many schoolhouses in the Frankfort area during the 1800s, this school, with its pot-bellied stove and flip-top desks, was part of the public school system of that era. The building and its contents have been restored by the citizens of . . . Map (db m21989) HM
 
 
  
  
 
 
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Nov. 28, 2022