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Historical Markers and War Memorials in St. Clairsville, Ohio

 
Clickable Map of Belmont 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 Belmont County, OH (53) Guernsey County, OH (38) Harrison County, OH (24) Jefferson County, OH (82) Monroe County, OH (9) Noble County, OH (16) Marshall County, WV (35) Ohio County, WV (75)  BelmontCounty(53) Belmont County (53)  GuernseyCounty(38) Guernsey County (38)  HarrisonCounty(24) Harrison County (24)  JeffersonCounty(82) Jefferson County (82)  MonroeCounty(9) Monroe County (9)  NobleCounty(16) Noble County (16)  MarshallCountyWest Virginia(35) Marshall County (35)  OhioCounty(75) Ohio County (75)
Location of St. Clairsville, Ohio
    Belmont County (53)
    Guernsey County (38)
    Harrison County (24)
    Jefferson County (82)
    Monroe County (9)
    Noble County (16)
    Marshall County, West Virginia (35)
    Ohio County, West Virginia (75)
 
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1Ohio (Belmont County), St. Clairsville — 20-7 — Belmont County / Groundbreaking Site of the National Road in Ohio
Belmont County. On September 7, 1801, Belmont County became the ninth county in what became the State of Ohio. On April 1, 1803, the state’s first General Assembly appointed a commission to determine if it was necessary to move the county . . . Map (db m167319) HM
2Ohio (Belmont County), St. Clairsville — Belmont County Revolutionary War Veterans
This memorial plaque was placed by the Zane's Trace Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution in grateful memory of those buried in the soil of Belmont County who loved country more than life and served in the American Revolution - 1775 - . . . Map (db m26739) HM
3Ohio (Belmont County), St. Clairsville — Belmont County Veterans Memorial
This memorial erected by the people of Belmont County dedicated to the veterans of all warsMap (db m26742) HM
4Ohio (Belmont County), St. Clairsville — Benjamin Lundy Champion of Freedom
On January 4, 1816, the date of his 27th birthday, Benjamin Lundy invited several friends to his home in St. Clairsville to lay the groundwork for a national anti-slavery society. St. Clairsville served as an Underground Railroad headquarters, . . . Map (db m166859) HM
5Ohio (Belmont County), St. Clairsville — 19-7 — Captain Thomas Drummond
Here lies Thomas Drummond (1832-1865) - legislator, abolitionist and soldier. Raised in eastern Ohio, he moved to Iowa where he served in the General Assembly and secured the location of the State Asylum for the Blind at Vinton. As editor of the . . . Map (db m167385) HM
6Ohio (Belmont County), St. Clairsville — 17-7 — Governor Arthur St. Clair 1734-1818
Born in Scotland. From 1787-1802, was first governor of the Northwest Territory, which included Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin and part of Minnesota. St. Clair established territorial court system and Ohio’s first nine counties . . . Map (db m76511) HM
7Ohio (Belmont County), St. Clairsville — Home of Benjamin Lundy
. . . Map (db m4955) HM
8Ohio (Belmont County), St. Clairsville — In Honor of Sgt. Sylvester Antolak US ArmyMedal of Honor Recipient
Side A In Honor of Sgt. Sylvester Antolak US Army Medal of Honor in action taken near Cisterna Di Littoria Italy May 24, 1944 resident of Richmond Township Side B Sylvester Antolak Sergeant US Army Company B 15th . . . Map (db m89367) WM
9Ohio (Belmont County), St. Clairsville — Medal of Honor Recipients of Belmont County
Gen. Henry Capehart Civil War Capt. Nathan H. Edgerton Civil War Capt. Samuel McConnel Civil War Sgt. Sylvester Antolak W.W. II Sgt. Emile DeLeau Jr. W.W. IIMap (db m89364) WM
10Ohio (Belmont County), St. Clairsville — Milestone Marks where Extension of National Road...
Milestone marks where extension of National Road west of Ohio River was started July 4, 1825. Stone relocated 1964Map (db m5027) HM
 
Apr. 17, 2021