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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Franklin, Ohio

 
Clickable Map of Warren 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 Warren County, OH (138) Butler County, OH (123) Clermont County, OH (118) Clinton County, OH (41) Greene County, OH (105) Hamilton County, OH (329) Montgomery County, OH (710)  WarrenCounty(138) Warren County (138)  ButlerCounty(123) Butler County (123)  ClermontCounty(118) Clermont County (118)  ClintonCounty(41) Clinton County (41)  GreeneCounty(105) Greene County (105)  HamiltonCounty(329) Hamilton County (329)  MontgomeryCounty(710) Montgomery County (710)
Lebanon is the county seat for Warren County
Franklin is in Warren County
      Warren County (138)  
ADJACENT TO WARREN COUNTY
      Butler County (123)  
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      Clinton County (41)  
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      Hamilton County (329)  
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1Ohio (Warren County), Franklin — City of Franklin Veterans ParkHonoring James F. Mears
In recognition of his dedicated service to our community and to our country: Member of City Council: 1989-2001 Mayor: 1993-1999 United States Army: 1962-1965 Lifelong Supporter of the Franklin CommunityMap (db m186065) HM WM
2Ohio (Warren County), Franklin — First Franklin Post Office1805-1812 — John N.C. Schenk First postmaster 1805 - 1829 —
Building originally located at 310 S. River Street was donated to the Franklin Area Historical Society by Judge J. T. Riley. It was moved and restored by donations of time and money of many Franklin friends. Listed in National Register . . . Map (db m185949) HM
3Ohio (Warren County), Franklin — 12-83 — Franklin In The Civil War
Men from Franklin Township were among the first from Ohio to leave for the war and participated in many of the conflict's great campaigns. Individual companies of the 1st Ohio (90 day), 2nd Ohio, 75th Ohio, and 79th Ohio infantry were raised . . . Map (db m135603) HM
4Ohio (Warren County), Franklin — Franklin Veterans MemorialOriginally a World War I Monument — World War II and Korea, Added Later —
front Lest We Forget dedicated to all who rendered service to our country during the World War 1914 - 1918 back Lest We Forget dedicated to all who served our country during World War II and the Korean Conflict . . . Map (db m93904) WM
5Ohio (Warren County), Franklin — Franklin World War II Honor Roll
World War II This memorial dedicated by the Village of Franklin In memory of our boys who gave themselves in the defense of their country to perpetuate for your future the deals of a free democracy ★ In Memoriam ★ . . . Map (db m186066) WM
6Ohio (Warren County), Franklin — History Of Franklin
The unique, concrete home at 324 River Street, was designed by attorney Patrick Gaynor. Gaynor was born in Dublin, Ireland in 1848. By 1884, he was practicing law in Franklin. His daughter May married Justin Harding and they later . . . Map (db m185948) HM
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7Ohio (Warren County), Franklin — 11-83 — Lewis Davis Campbell / Robert Cumming Schenck
Lewis Davis Campbell. Two leading figures in nineteenth century national and state politics were born in log cabins located near this spot. Lewis Davis Campbell (1811-1882) served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1849 to 1858, rising . . . Map (db m81184) HM
8Ohio (Warren County), Franklin — Old Central School Bell
This bell was cast in 1849. It summoned and dismissed our school children from 1849 to 1931.
"Bells of the past, whose long forgotten music still fills the wild, expanse, tingeing the sober twilight of the present with . . . Map (db m185951) HM
9Ohio (Warren County), Franklin — Preservation of Log Post Office"The Long Journey Begins"
[North face of the pavilion] It all started in June 1974 when Franklin Judge J.T. Riley decided to replace the white building pictured here. It was reputed that the right portion was where J.N.C. Schenck had his store and post office. He . . . Map (db m26551) HM
10Ohio (Warren County), Franklin — Robert E. LeeA Tribute on the Dixie Highway
(logo- Lee on horse) Erected and dedicated by the United Daughters of the Confederacy and friends in loving memory of Robert E. Lee and to mark the route of the Dixie Highway “the shaft memorial . . . Map (db m93861) HM WM
11Ohio (Warren County), Franklin — Robert E. LeeA Tribute on the Dixie Highway — Relocated Marker —
Erected and dedicated by the United Daughters of the Confederacy and Friends in loving memory of Robert E. Lee and to mark the route of the Dixie Highway “the shaft memorial and highway straight at test his worth – he cometh . . . Map (db m122329) HM
12Ohio (Warren County), Franklin — 13-83 — The Mackinaw Historic District
Most of the homes in this district were constructed after the creation of the Mackinaw Development Corporation in 1887. The corporation was named for the Cincinnati, Jackson, and Mackinaw Railroad which arrived in Franklin from Darke County in 1886. . . . Map (db m67652) HM
13Ohio (Warren County), Franklin — 7-83 — The Old Log Post Office
The oldest known structure standing in Franklin, the Old Log Post Office is a reminder of the links the community's earliest members maintained to the rest of the young state of Ohio and to the United States during the early nineteenth century. . . . Map (db m26549) HM
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14Ohio (Warren County), Franklin — The Thirkield Store
Founded by John L. Thirkield in 1832 Occupied this corner from 1850 until 1979. The Thirkield family owned and operated the store which prided itself on quality merchandise and good customer relations. Under the leadership of Eden B. . . . Map (db m67649) HM
15Ohio (Warren County), Franklin — VFW Post 7596 Veterans Memorial Mural
Never in the face of human conflict has so much been owed by so many to so few. The American soldier does not pick his war, but when war has come, he has always done his duty, with honor and for the love of his country.Map (db m185950) WM
 
 
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Oct. 5, 2022