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Anson Williams Marker (Side B) image, Touch for more information
By William Fischer, Jr., December 28, 2008
Anson Williams Marker (Side B)
Ohio (Delaware County), Orange — 10-21 — James Kilbourne / Anson WilliamsThe Columbus and Sandusky Turnpike / The Village of Williamsville
Marker Front: James Kilbourne and The Columbus and Sandusky Turnpike James Kilbourne, an Ohio pioneer who led settlers to the Worthington area in 1803, was born in Connecticut in 1770 and died in Ohio in 1850. In 1805 he was . . . — Map (db m18251) HM
Ohio (Delaware County), Orange — Kingwood Memorial Park Veterans Memorial
This torch of freedom gratefully dedicated to the veterans of all wars — Map (db m18206) HM
Ohio (Delaware County), Orange — The Four Chaplains
A convoy of 3 ships and 3 Coast Guard cutters passed through “Torpedo Alley” some 100 miles off the coast of Greenland at about 1 a.m. on February 3, 1943. The submarine U-223 fired 3 torpedoes 1 of which hit the midsection of the . . . — Map (db m18207) HM
Ohio (Delaware County), Orange — 17-21 — The Gooding House and Tavern / Rural Taverns in Early Ohio History
The Gooding House and Tavern Known as the "Halfway House," the Gooding House and Tavern was built by George B. Gooding halfway between the towns of Worthington and Delaware in 1827. Its location was influenced by construction of the Columbus . . . — Map (db m12824) HM
Ohio (Delaware County), Orange — 14-21 — The Union Land Company and the Case Family / The Olentangy River Road
The Union Land Company and the Case Family Congress established the United States Military District in 1796 by an act to provide bounty land for Revolutionary War officers and soldiers. District lands consisted of 2.6 million acres in twelve . . . — Map (db m12820) HM

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