“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 Galena, Ohio

Clickable Map of Delaware 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> Delaware County, OH (126) Franklin County, OH (563) Knox County, OH (64) Licking County, OH (157) Marion County, OH (41) Morrow County, OH (15) Union County, OH (65)  DelawareCounty(126) Delaware County (126)  FranklinCounty(563) Franklin County (563)  KnoxCounty(64) Knox County (64)  LickingCounty(157) Licking County (157)  MarionCounty(41) Marion County (41)  MorrowCounty(15) Morrow County (15)  UnionCounty(65) Union County (65)
Delaware is the county seat for Delaware County
Galena is in Delaware County
      Delaware County (126)  
      Franklin County (563)  
      Knox County (64)  
      Licking County (157)  
      Marion County (41)  
      Morrow County (15)  
      Union County (65)  
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1 Ohio, Delaware County, Galena — 18-21 — Benajah Cook Sawmill and Farmstead
Benajah Cook and the families who settled in Harlem Township, Delaware County are honored for creating a community of productive farms. The Benajah and Cassandra Cook family arrived when the land was forested and settled on 500 acres of the . . . Map (db m117443) HM
2 Ohio, Delaware County, Galena — Galena
Founded by Gilbert Carpenter in 1809 between Big and Little Walnut Creeks for milling purposesMap (db m121008) HM
3 Ohio, Delaware County, Galena — Galena War MemorialLest We Forget - World War II
David Bricker, Lee Fetherole, Vincent Linkekugel, Andrew McFarland, Jr., and George J. Phillips were indicated as having died while in service. further names were not transcribed.Map (db m134146) WM
4 Ohio, Delaware County, Galena — Hoover Reservoir
Galena sits at the confluence of Big Walnut and Little Walnut Creeks. The village square was once surrounded on all four sides by buildings and commercial properties on stilts once lined the Big Walnut Creek. Because Columbus considered them . . . Map (db m133589) HM
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Oct. 1, 2023