In recognition of the valiant service of the young men and women of Danbury Township who nobly served their country in the World War of 1914-1919 this tablet is gratefully erected by the citizens of Danbury Township — — Map (db m170790) WM
Don and Corky met in Lakeside in the summer of 1949 and were married two years later. Every summer thereafter, Lakeside was a place for family, faith and fun as they raised their four children and spent their lives serving the Lord Jesus Christ. . . . — — Map (db m196793) HM
The Hoover potato digger was the invention of Isaac W. Hoover (1845-1941).
It was patented in 1885 and formally introduced to the world at the 1893
Chicago's World Fair. Over time, the digger became immensely popular and
the Hoover . . . — — Map (db m170788) HM
Established in 1873, Lakeside is a pioneer of the American Chautauqua Movement, one of the greatest revival movements in United States history which flourished in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Founded by the Methodist Church, . . . — — Map (db m142370) HM
The Lockwood farm is now East Harbor State Park. Edward and Lydia Lockwood are buried in marked and
maintained graves here within the park. The grave site is maintained by the State of Ohio.
Grave markers bear the following inscriptions:
. . . — — Map (db m170791) HM
oil-burning stove in a Lakeside cottage on Walnut
Avenue. A strong wind
departments . . . — — Map (db m142369) HM