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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Wellsville, Ohio
Location of Wellsville, Ohio
► Columbiana County (73) ► Carroll County (19) ► Jefferson County (82) ► Mahoning County (66) ► Stark County (62) ► Beaver County, Pennsylvania (147) ► Lawrence County, Pennsylvania (20) ► Hancock County, West Virginia (28)
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We will never forget
In Loving Memory of Cathy Salter — — Map (db m156061) WM|
Placed on the National Register
of Historic Places - 1986
— — Map (db m156049) HM|
|In Memory and Honor of Civil War Veterans — — Map (db m156054) WM|
|World War I
Duty Daniel Heckathorn Harry Hanlon Thomas McCauley Raymond Perkins William Seese George H. Welsh Barley
World War II
Barcus Paul Brown Fred V. Cable Stanley R. Clark Leonard N. Fife John L. Fish . . . — — Map (db m156063) WM|
Roy J. Ward
John W. Honselman Sr. — — Map (db m156066) WM|
|Here James A. Garfield, Abraham Lincoln and Andrew Johnson spoke. Gen. Lewis Cass, U.S. Sec'y of State, was a guest, and Gen. John H. Morgan, C.S.A., "The Raider", was a prisoner of war. — — Map (db m156051) HM|
In memory of those who gave their lives for their country
World War I
Daniel D. Duty Raymond McCauley Thomas Hanlon William Perkins Barley Welsh Harry Heckathorn George H. Seese
World War II
Paul Barcus Fred V. . . . — — Map (db m156053) WM|
|In Memory of Those Who Gave In All Wars — — Map (db m156064) WM|
Melvin Earl Newlin
Respectfully Dedicated To All Who Serve
In loving Memory of Jack Whitaker
In Memory of Kenneth J. McCombs "Kenny Mac"
In Memory of Victoria M. McCombs "Vickie"
Chuck N. Allison
Nellie J. Allison
In Loving Memory . . . — — Map (db m156065) WM|
|For Those Who Served — — Map (db m156062) WM|
| [Mural is on both sides of brick walls on the northern end of town that lie on both sides of the street:]
Wellsville Revitalization Committee Picnic
Presbyterian Church, USA
525 Riverside Ave.
Founded April 5, 1831 . . . — — Map (db m156060) HM WM|
William Bratt George Donahue William Rall Eddie James Charlie Stoffel Roy J. Ward Rocco Zirillo Robert Kiddey Donald Talbott John W. Hanselman, Sr. — — Map (db m156055) WM|
|One of the largest known to exist in the U.S.A. Hidden for decades in the bell tower of this church edifice now representing the beautiful heritage of this masonic lodge and our proud city. Presented by past Master Francis C. Spring and Agnes . . . — — Map (db m156050) HM|
Since World War I, more than 83,000 American soldiers are unaccounted for.
This unoccupied seat is dedicated to the memory of those brave men and women and to the sacrifices each made in serving this country.
God Bless You. God Bless . . . — — Map (db m156056) WM|