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Stryker, Ohio Historical Markers

 
Home of William J. Knight Marker image, Touch for more information
By Dale K. Benington, July 20, 2009
Home of William J. Knight Marker
Ohio (Williams County), Stryker — Stryker
Stryker Home of William J. Knight A captor of the Confederate Locomotive "The General" — Map (db m21078) HM
Ohio (Williams County), Stryker — Stryker Depot
The Stryker depot symbolizes the community's origin and heritage. Stryker was surveyed on September 19, 1853, beside the proposed Michigan Southern & Northern Indiana Railroad. Stryker was the first Williams County town with rail facilities, which . . . — Map (db m69029) HM
Ohio (Williams County), Stryker — 5-86 — Stryker's Railroad Heritage
(Side One) Like many nineteenth century communities in Ohio, Stryker owes its birth and early growth to the railroad industry. Stryker, named for Rome, New York, attorney and railroad executive John Stryker, was surveyed on September 19, . . . — Map (db m69030) HM

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