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Miami Erie Canal Mile Stone Marker image, Touch for more information
By Dale K. Benington, June 5, 2009
Miami Erie Canal Mile Stone Marker
Israel, Negev (Southern), Be''er Sheva — Palmach Negev Brigade Memorial — Contemporary Art in a Unique Setting
The story of the Negev Brigade in the War of Independence (Nov, 1947 – March, 1949) The Brigade, whose ranks included local settlers, fought courageously against superior forces – Arab irregulars and the invading Egyptian Army . . . — Map (db m92482) WM
Illinois (Iroquois County), Iroquois — The Village of Iroquois Calaboose — The Bunkum Jail
Built in Nov. 1881, according to history, the jail was built because a second saloon was coming to “Bunkum”. The town fathers decided a “cooler” was needed for “wicked people who came from other places to disturb . . . — Map (db m97331) HM
Indiana (Union County), Liberty — Union County Veterans Memorial
Dedicated to the Memory of those who served their Country 1977 — Map (db m44806) HM
Iowa (Linn County), Marion — Freedom Flame — Veterans Memorial
Freedom Flame Veterans Memorial American Legion Post 298 1919 50th Anniversary 1969 — Map (db m96583) WM
Iowa (Linn County), Mt. Vernon — The Old Military Road — Dubuque to the Northern Boundary of Missouri
This highway is the Old Military Road from Dubuque to the northern boundary of Missouri authorized by Congress 1839 — Map (db m96855) HM
Kentucky (Boone County), Burlington — Rabbit Hash
Side A Rabbit Hash Kentucky circa 1813 Ohio River Mile 506.1 below Pittsburg one of only a few remaining early 19th century towns along the 981- mile course of the Ohio River. The Rabbit Hash National Registry encompasses 33 acres . . . — Map (db m79231) HM
Kentucky (Boone County), Burlington — 420 — The Dinsmore Homestead — Classic “Old Kentucky Home”
Side A James and Martha Macomb Dinsmore moved from La. to raise their three daughters here. Completed in1842, the main house served as the center of a typical large, antebellum Boone Co. farm. tenants and slaves raised grains, grapes, . . . — Map (db m79304) HM
Kentucky (Boone County), Union — Big Bone Lick — Marker # 1 — Pre- Historic Site in Boone County, Kentucky
Discovered in 1739, by the French Capt. Charles Lemoyne de Longueil this famous saline- sulphur spring was frequented for thousands of years byIndians and vast herds of buffalo, deer and other animals. The first English explorers found . . . — Map (db m79060) HM
Kentucky (Boone County), Union — Big Bone Methodist Church — Historic Feature in Boone County, Kentucky
Big Bone Methodist Church Big Bone Methodist Church was constructed in 1888 The original congregation, which was organized in 1887 and led by Reverend George Froh, helped in the construction. As was the custom, a social order lodge shared the . . . — Map (db m79030) HM
Kentucky (Boone County), Union — 1646 — Piatt's Landing & — General E.R.S. Canby
Side A Piatt's Landing Near here on the north bank of the Ohio River at mile 510.5 was a riverboat landing, ferry, and road to the courthouse at Burlington. The landing and large brick home that once stood near, later called Winnfield . . . — Map (db m79142) HM
Kentucky (Carroll County), Carrollton — 1094 — Scott's Blockhouse — The Anchor Point of the Greenville Treaty Line — The Mouth of the Kentucky River
Blockhouse built here, 1789, by Gen. Charles Scott for protection of settlers against Indians who had massacred and driven off earlier families. Scott came from Va., 1785. He was in the French and Indian Wars. Organized first company south of . . . — Map (db m77353) HM
Kentucky (Kenton County), Covington — George and Ruth Kohlbran Fountain
Dedicated in appreciation of their service to the City of Covington 1982 — Map (db m78999)
Kentucky (Kenton County), Covington — Kennedy House — A Marker in George Rogers Clark Park — Covington, Kentucky
(artwork) Built in the year 1791 by Thomas Kennedy one of the first settlers at the confluence of the Licking and Ohio Rivers. He operated the first ferry crossing the Ohio and his house was a stopping place for travelers journeying . . . — Map (db m78998) HM
Kentucky (Kenton County), Covington — Simon Kenton
Simon Kenton April 13, 1755 – April 29, 1836 Simon Kenton, for whom Kenton County is named, stands with Daniel Boone and George Rogers Clark as a leading figure in the opening of the West. Kenton entered Kentucky in 1771 as a longhunter . . . — Map (db m78628) HM
Kentucky (Kenton County), Covington — 2165 — St. John the Evangelist Church
Side A St. John the Evangelist Church In 1848- 49 German- Catholics of Mother of God Church, Lewisburg, founded Stes. Peter and Paul School. In 1854, St. John Parish was created. Fr. Wm. Robbers (pastor 1879- 1903) was . . . — Map (db m78036) HM
Kentucky (Kenton County), Fort Wright — 546 — Fort Mitchel
Near here stood old Ft. Mitchel, erected Oct., 1861. Scene of several skirmishes between CSA forces under Gen. Henry Heth and USA troops under Gen. Lew Wallace Sept., 1862. Major anchor in a line of seven forts defending Cincinnati. They ran along . . . — Map (db m78030) HM
Kentucky (Rockcastle County), Mount Vernon — 1644 — Boone Way
The 96-mile stretch of road from Crab Orchard to Cumberland Gap was known as Boone Way. Col. James Maret, an early advocate of road improvement, was responsible for cutting of roadbed and it’s first paving. As L&N railroad agent and telegraph . . . — Map (db m84508) HM
Kentucky (Rockcastle County), Mount Vernon — 1254 — Rockcastle County, 1810
The 52nd Kentucky county. Created out of Knox, Lincoln, Madison, Pulaski counties. Isaac Lindsey, who came here with a hunting party in 1767, observed a lone rock which resembled an ancient castle. From this the river was named, later the . . . — Map (db m84512) HM
Minnesota (Faribault County), Blue Earth — Minnesota Agriculture
Since its territorial days, in the mid-19th century, Minnesota’s identity has been rooted in agriculture. With acres of prairies and woodlands to turn into farms, the state proved attractive to waves of settlers from eastern states and other . . . — Map (db m96915) HM
Missouri (St. Louis County), St. Louis — Lewis and Clark — Confluence — Columbia Bottom, Missouri
June 20, 1803 President Thomas Jefferson’s instructions to Meriwether Lewis on river exploration:

“The object of your mission is to explore the Missouri river, & such principle stream of it, as, by its course & communication with . . . — Map (db m99219) HM

Montana (Gallatin County), Bozeman — Bozeman Veterans Memorial — Montana Department of Transportation
Honoring all our brothers and sisters who have served, are serving, or will serve in the defense of our Nation — Map (db m98453) WM
Montana (Gallatin County), Three Forks — Gallatin City — First and Second
The original townsite of Gallatin City, north of here on the west side of the combined Madison and Jefferson Rivers, was selected in 1862. In Feb., 1863 sixty cabins were being constructed. The river was forded when it was low and a ferry was . . . — Map (db m99205) HM
Montana (Gallatin County), Three Forks — Sacajawea — In Patriotic Memory of
In Patriotic Memory of Sacajawea an Indian woman whose heroic courage steadfast devotion and splendid loyalty in acting as guide across the Rocky Mountand made it possible for the Lewis and Clark Expedition 1804- 1806 to occupy so . . . — Map (db m98495) HM
Montana (Gallatin County), West Yellowstone — Southern Gallatin County
This basin was settled by ranchers and homesteaders. Bannock Indians had encampments here as late as 1913. Near here is the west entrance to Yellowstone Park, the nation’s first National Park(1872). West Yellowstone was founded in 1908 with the . . . — Map (db m100066) HM
Ohio (Allen County), Harrod — USS Texas (CGN 39)
(logo of ship) USS Texas (CGN 39) The USS Texas (CGN 39) was built by the Newport News Shipbuilding and Drtdock Company and was commissioned September 10, 1977 The ship had an overall length of 585’ with an extreme beam of 63’. A crew of 575 . . . — Map (db m94569) WM
Ohio (Allen County), LaFayette — LaFayette - Jackson Township Civil War Memorial — and Veterans Memorial Garden
Erected 1903 by the Citizens of Jackson Tp. and Dedicated to the Memory of her soldiers of 1861. - 1865. [Grand Army of the Republic emblem] Ah! never shall the land forget. How flowed the life blood of her brave Gushed warm . . . — Map (db m29718) HM
Ohio (Allen County), Lima — Allen County’s First Settlement — The Sugar Creek Settlement
Here arriving from Logan County in 1824, Christopher Stark Wood estab- lished on Sugar Creek, the first settlement in what is now Allen County. His family and others joined him soon. Land was cleared; cabins were built. After only five years, . . . — Map (db m80276) HM
Ohio (Allen County), Lima — Shawnee Council House — Headquarters of Shawnee Indian Reservation
(AAA logo) Headquarters of the Shawnee Indian Reservation Shawnee Indian Council House located 250 feet east — Map (db m77682) HM
Ohio (Allen County), Lima — The Hog Creek Settlement — Ward Cemetery — Pioneers in Allen County, Ohio
Ward Cemetery Burial Site in the fall of 1825, Samuel McCluer built a log cabin near this site and began the arduous task of clearing away the dense forest for farming. Not until the following summer did he learn from hunters, who . . . — Map (db m80275) HM
Ohio (Allen County), Spencerville — Spencerville Veterans Memorial
Dedicated to our country’s defenders, erected by our patriotic people

1861- 1865 1898- 1902 1917- 1918 1941- 1945 (GAR logo) (Red Cross logo) (American Legion logo) (Spanish American Veteran Medal logo) 1921 (wreath logo) . . . — Map (db m95006) WM

Ohio (Auglaize County), Buckland — The Mystery Stone — Usually Ignored in Light of the Frontier Marker Next to It
The Mystery Stone when the middle pier of the railroad trestle spanning the Auglaize River was replaced in the mid 1940’s this sculpted stone was discovered as part of it. The stone was subsequently donated to the Village of Buckland by the . . . — Map (db m80773)
Ohio (Auglaize County), Wapakoneta — Plank Road — Wapakoneta to St. Mary’s — Original Route 33
Site of St. Marys – Wapakoneta plank road built 1850- 1852 of Burr and White Oak timber 3 to 5 ft in diam. cut and milled at Moulton financed by Wapakoneta – St Marys businessmen who charged toll for profit and maintenance. Replaced . . . — Map (db m77612) HM
Ohio (Auglaize County), Waynesfield — Headwaters of the Auglaize River — The Flat Wet Praire where three major rivers begin
On the headwaters of the Auglaize River The watershed of Three Rivers originates within a distance of 1/2 mile from this point West- Miami East- Scioto North-Auglaize Susannah Russell Chapter DAR — Map (db m76609) HM
Ohio (Belmont County), Colerain — Josiah Fox — 1763 - 1847
A Quaker, he wielded great influence in ship design during the early years of our country 1794 clerk, United States War Department 1795- 1798 assistant Navy Constructor 1798- 1801 Navy Constructor and Superintendent of Buildings, Gosport, . . . — Map (db m89226) HM
Ohio (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. II — Map (db m89364) WM
Ohio (Brown County), Fayetteville — Fayetteville Veterans Memorial
Dedicated in memory of United States Military Veterans Veterans of Foreign Wars Scanlon – Kelly Post 5920 Knights of Columbus Father Sourd Council 2423 Fayetteville Ohio 27 May 2013 — Map (db m95556) WM
Ohio (Butler County), Middletown — Start of the Miami and Erie Canal — 1825 - 1929
In emulation of those who, July 21, 1825, here began the building of the Miami & Erie Canal, this Ohio property was rededicated November 2, 1929, to its original purpose - transportation, with the confident hope that a super-highway . . . — Map (db m29665) HM
Ohio (Butler County), Oxford — 24- 9 — Stillwell’s Corners
side A A cemetery was established on the site in 1811 and became the final resting place for many of the area's early pioneer families. The Hanover Township Trustees obtained title to the land in 1823 from John and Anna Farnsworth, and it . . . — Map (db m97814) HM
Ohio (Champaign County), Mechanicsburg — Maple Grove Civil War Memorial
(south side) Gettysburg (above) 1861- 1865 erected by the Ladies Memorial Association Mechanicsburg, in honor of the brave men whose valor saved the Union. (west side) (Shiloh above) Our country’s defenders may their . . . — Map (db m86320) WM
Ohio (Champaign County), Mechanicsburg — Maple Grove World War Memorial
(south side) Dedicated to those who gave their lives in the World War by the Donald Cannon Post No. 238 of the American Legion (north side) Erected in memory of the Veterans of the World War 1917 . 1918 by the . . . — Map (db m86333) WM
Ohio (Champaign County), Mechanicsburg — Mechanicsburg Veterans Memorial — Rural American Tradition and Recreation
(Side A) Presented to the Town Council of Mechanicsburg by Co. B 32 Regt. O.V.I. (Side B) Vicksburg July 4 1863 — Map (db m80515) WM
Ohio (Champaign County), North Lewisburg — North Lewisburg Fire Bell
Our village fire and curfew bell originally hung in the old town hall erected in 1870. The bell was cracked by two citizens ringing it in celebration of the end of World War II. — Map (db m86383) HM
Ohio (Champaign County), North Lewisburg — North Lewisburg, O. Service Flag — North Lewisburg Veterans Memorial
North Lewisburg, O. Service Flag 63 names of soldiers 1 nurse 64 stars We have helped make the world safe for democracy U.S.A. entered war April 6, 1917 Armistice November 11, 1918 Peace June 28, 1919 May 27, 1918 (left . . . — Map (db m86388) WM
Ohio (Champaign County), St. Paris — Kiser Lake — Remote Monument, in a Rural State Park
Kiser Lake named in honor of John w. Kiser and his mother Thyrza Kiser donors of this lake — Map (db m84965) HM
Ohio (Champaign County), Urbana — 29- 11 — Billy "Single" Clifford /Clifford Theater
Billy "Single" Clifford Wm. C. Shyrigh, better known as Billy Clifford, was born in this house on January 24, 1869, to Levi and Sarah Shyrigh. Coming from a musical family, he developed an early interest in music and practiced with the . . . — Map (db m90489) HM
Ohio (Champaign County), Urbana — Champaign County Veterans Memorial
Dedicated to the honor and sacrifice of the men and women of Champaign County who served our country in war and peace. — Map (db m92405) WM
Ohio (Champaign County), Urbana — Col. William Ward — Revolutionary War Veteran — Founder of Urbana
(DAR logo) Col. William Ward Revolutionary Soldier associate of General Simon Kenton in the settlement of the Mad River Valley, the founder of Urbana, brother of John Ward, the White Indian, and grandfather of John Quincy Adams Ward, noted . . . — Map (db m81937) HM
Ohio (Champaign County), Urbana — 34- 11 — War Council of 1812 — Old Grave Yard
side A- War Council of 1812 To confirm that the Treaty of Greenville would be upheld, Ohio Governor Return J. Meigs called a council with Native Americans June 6-9, 1812. He sought approval to cross native land when marching to Canada and . . . — Map (db m81636) HM
Ohio (Champaign County), Woodstock — Cushman Monument
Roll of Honor of Woodstock Precinct (147 names) recorded by Warren Cushman Sculptor- 1895. Uncle George Gifford was a soldier in the 134 O.V.I. 1864 Bro. Charles Cushman The first man that offered to go to war to the . . . — Map (db m85202) WM
Ohio (Champaign County), Woodstock — 24-11 — Lincoln Funeral Train
President Abraham Lincoln's assassination on April 14, 1865, created a national tragedy, and the nation mourned as his body was transported by rail from Washington, D.C. back to Springfield, Illinois, where he would be buried. On its way the Funeral . . . — Map (db m84945) HM
Ohio (Champaign County), Woodstock — 33-11 — Warren Sibley Cushman — 1845-1926
(Side A) Warren Cushman was a respected painter, sculptor, photographer, musician, and inventor. He created the towering Cushman monument in Woodstock’s Rush Township cemetery and is believed to have shown his painting “Spanish . . . — Map (db m84931) HM
Ohio (Clark County), Springfield — Asbury Methodist Church — Memories in rural Clark County, Ohio
Site of Asbury Methodist Church 1840- 1907 — Map (db m79498) HM
Ohio (Clark County), Springfield — James Demint Cabin — 1799 - 1925
One hundred feet south of this spot, James Demint, the founder of Springfield, built the first cabin in the city. In 1803 he completed the first plat of the city. — Map (db m83855) HM
Ohio (Clermont County), Batavia — Lake Allyn Site
The Clermont County Fair was held here from 1857 – 1863. In 1861, Civil War Camps Lucas and Scott were located here. In 1901 the Cincinnati, Georgetown and Portsmouth Railroad (CG&P), 1876 – 1935, constructed a ten acre lake named . . . — Map (db m99692) HM
Ohio (Clermont County), Felicity — Felicity Veterans Memorial
Our gift to the village “Lest we forget” over the years, the Village of Felicity and surrounding communities have given freely its sons and daughters to serve in the quest for world peace.

Many residents from this area, their . . . — Map (db m99978) WM

Ohio (Clermont County), Goshen — Burial Site of Two Unknown Soldiers — Slabs Camp — On the Bullskin Trail
Near here are buried two unknown soldiers of General Anthony Wayne's Army who died while at Slabs Camp, at the junction of Highway 131 and 133 in 1793. A memorial service was held by Edenton Willing Workers and Blanchester Daughter's of the American . . . — Map (db m99977) HM WM
Ohio (Clermont County), Goshen — Goshen High School Veterans Memorial
In honor of all Goshen Warriors who have served — Map (db m99435) WM
Ohio (Clermont County), Loveland — Charlie Henry Rich — The Tombstone
Here lies Charlie Henry Rich who dealt “Aces and Eights” to Wild Bill Hickok in the Blackhills of Deadwood South Dakota in No. 10 Saloon August 2, 1876 — Map (db m99468) HM
Ohio (Clermont County), Loveland — The Ramsey/Paxton Cemetery
Col. Thomas Paxton (1739-1813) served with General George Washington at Valley Forge in 1777 and with General Anthony Wayne at the Battle of Fallen Timbers in 1794. This was the last major fight against the Indians before Ohio became a state in . . . — Map (db m99423) HM
Ohio (Clermont County), Loveland — White Pillars — Home of Col. Thomas Paxton
Clermont County Bicentennial Marker White Pillars circa 1840 Lt. Col. Thomas Paxton, 1736- 1813, settled this land in 1795 and is buried in the Paxton- Ramsey cemetery. This Greek Revival house was designed by John Ramsey. . . . — Map (db m99424) HM
Ohio (Clermont County), Milford — Milford Bridge — A Passing Technology — Early 2oth Century Engineering
(artwork) The Milford Bridge was built in 1924 by the Standard Bridge Engineering and Constructing Co. of Toledo, Ohio. The bridge was one of 19 Pennsylvania Through Trusses built in Ohio. It was closed to traffic in 1985 due to structural . . . — Map (db m79004) HM
Ohio (Clermont County), Milford — Milford GAR Veterans Memorial
erected by S.R.S. West Post No. 544 G.A.R. in memory of the soldiers of Miami Township 1909 — Map (db m99619) WM
Ohio (Clermont County), Milford — Promont
Using exquisite materials from Europe and fine craftsmanship from the area, the house was built by William McGrue in 1865. It is an Italianate style mansion with a tower. The 43rd Governor of Ohio, John Pattison, resided here from 1879 until . . . — Map (db m99595) HM
Ohio (Clermont County), New Richmond — Capt. Ernest Wagner Park
Capt. Ernest Wagner Park dedicated July 27, 1980 Captain Wagner commanded excursion passenger steamboats Island Queen, Delta Queen, Mississippi Queen and Avalon on the Ohio and Mississippi River Systems Cap knew every bend, sandbar and . . . — Map (db m99767) HM
Ohio (Clermont County), New Richmond — Founding of New Richmond
Jacob Light (1756 – 1831) platted the Village of New Richmond in 1814 on 85 acres he had bought in 1804. His village streets ran at right angles to the Ohio River.

Thomas Ashburn (1769 – 1826) bought 875 acres from William . . . — Map (db m99717) HM

Ohio (Clermont County), New Richmond — 9- 13 — Henry Clark Corbin / Colclazer Run
Henry Clark Corbin Henry Clark Corbin was born September 15, 1842 and reared here on the family farm along Colclazer Run near Laurel. He attended public school and the private Parker Academy in nearby Clermontville. After teaching school and . . . — Map (db m99622) HM
Ohio (Clermont County), New Richmond — 8- 13 — Mt. Zion Chapel / Mt. Zion Cemetery - Lafayette School
Mt. Zion Chapel The Mount Zion Chapel of the Christian Church was built in 1872 on this hill adjacent to the members' cemetery outside of Clermontville. The site was part of a two-acre parcel that had been secured from the farm of William R. . . . — Map (db m99887) HM
Ohio (Clermont County), New Richmond — Underground Railroad Site — Clermont Freedom Trail — Ross – Gowdy House Museum
Built circa 1850, the Ross-Gowdy House is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Through the years it has served as the home of three New Richmond mayors. Merchant Thomas Gowdy lived in this house in 1876. The home was acquired by . . . — Map (db m99720) HM
Ohio (Clermont County), Owensville — Owensville Village Hall
The Owensville Village Hall was built as a Methodist Episcopal in 1859 and later housed a Church of Christ. The village purchased the building in 1988 and utilizes it as village hall. On July 14, 1863, Confederate States General John Hunt Morgan’s . . . — Map (db m95616) HM
Ohio (Clermont County), Williamsburg — Dairy House at Harmony Hill
Built 1800- 1802 at the homestead of Maj. General William Lytle by John Charles stone mason The restoration of Harmony Hill Dairy House is dedicated to the memory of the “Father of Clermont County”, Major General William . . . — Map (db m95612) HM
Ohio (Clermont County), Williamsburg — Last Indian Battle
Last Indian Battle fought March 16, 1792 on the south bank of East Fork Creek near the mouth of Grassy Run Clermont County Tecumseh Shawnee Chjef, known as “Blazing Star”, and Simon Kenton, a scout, were engaged in a sharp . . . — Map (db m95462) HM
Ohio (Clermont County), Williamsburg — The Town Square — Clermont County Bicentennial
In 1796, William Lytle set aside over five acres for public buildings. In 1803 Williamsburg became the first county seat and in 1809 the first county courthouse was built here by John Charles. A jail was built in 1811 and in 1812- 13 a two room . . . — Map (db m95579) HM
Ohio (Crawford County), Bucyrus — 4-17 — Seccaium — The Battle of the Olentangy — Removed, Restored, Re-Located
On the banks on the Olentangy River, at the bend where the stream turns southwest, is the legendary site of Seccaium. This 17th century village was located on the portage to the Sandusky River, and was recognized by Indians as a neutral ground . . . — Map (db m80440) HM
Ohio (Crawford County), Tiro — 6- 17 — Knisley Springs Farm
Long known to the Indians for the mineral spring water, this land was purchased in 1819 by Samuel Knisley. After 1880 it was developed as a resort area by Dr. Jerome Bland, who also established a cattle and horse breeding farm. In 1930 the land . . . — Map (db m94709) HM
Ohio (Darke County), Greeneville — Greenville Union Cemetery Cannon
This cannon was secured and erected for Jobes Post G.A.R. and the Public by Hon. Harvey C. Garber Member of United States Congress May 29th 1904 — Map (db m93155)
Ohio (Darke County), Greeneville — Treaty of Greene Ville Peace Medal — The Token Given to the Indian Nations in 1795
Treaty of Greene Ville Peace Medals Presented to the American Indian Nations that signed the Peace Treaty in 1795 Medallion is the same on both sides — Map (db m93182) HM
Ohio (Darke County), Greenville — In Memory of Tecumseh — The Tecumseh Boulder
In Memory of Tecumseh the noted Shawnee chief and his brother Tenskwatawa “the Prophet” who lived on this site 1806 – 1808 — Map (db m88741) HM
Ohio (Darke County), New Madison — Fort Black — on the Ohio Frontier — War of 1812
Fort Black a sturdy log outpost was erected immediately southwest of this site in the fall of 1813 under the direction of Lieutenant James Black commanding a detachment of Preble County troops in order to protect the pioneer . . . — Map (db m74986) HM
Ohio (Darke County), New Paris — 3- 19 — Fort Nesbit — A Forgotten and Lost Fort on the Ohio Frontier — War of 1812
Built on this high ridge, Fort Nesbit (Nisbet) offered protection for settlers, travelers, and army supply trains in northern Preble and southern Darke counties during the War of 1812. It was part of a chain of forts that extended from Fort St. . . . — Map (db m75106) HM
Ohio (Delaware County), Delaware — Radnor Presbyterian Log Church
Site of the Radnor Presbyterian Log Church, of the Joint Delaware- Liberty- Radnor Congregation built 1819 Distinguished Sunday School Missionary Benjamin W. Chidlaw was a member of this church 1829- 1836 erected 1960 — Map (db m89485) HM
Ohio (Delaware County), Delaware — Scioto Park Stone #3 — A Major Road — A Series of Four Stones
Passing this point in the eighteen hundreds was a major road. It was a more direct route from Delaware than the more indirect #36 to this point. Here it was a four corner crossing the Atkinson Lane and the lane leading north to one of the . . . — Map (db m89682) HM
Ohio (Delaware County), Ostrander — Ostrander Town Pump
On this site was located the town pump which was the main source of water for the village during the early 1900’s and used by residents until 1973. — Map (db m89535) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — “In This Churchyard…”
(side A) In this churchyard stood the first church of the community The First Presbyterian Church built and presented to the congregation in 1811 by Lucas Sullivant Here in this plot of ground, which he gave to the . . . — Map (db m88307) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — 118- 25 — A Brief History of Eastmoor / Eastmoor Polo Field
A Brief History of Eastmoor In 1798, Articles of Confederation Congress provided land to British Canadians who lost property because of loyalty to American revolutionaries during the American War of Independence (1775-1783). This land was . . . — Map (db m94626) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Beechwold Pillars — Riverview Park
the old Beechwold Historic District has been placed on the National Register of historic places by the United States Department of the Interior 1987 — Map (db m81987) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — 84- 25 — Coach Woody Hayes — Ohio State Football Legend — “the Coach”
Over his 28-year coaching career, Woody Hayes (1913-1987) cemented The Ohio State University's tradition of football excellence while amassing one of the most impressive records in college football. Wayne Woodrow Hayes grew up in Newcomerstown . . . — Map (db m94097) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Coach Woody Hayes — 1913- 1987
“You can never pay back, but you can pay forward” Wayne Woodrow “Woody” Hayes was a buckeye from birth. born in Clifton, Ohio, he spent his entire life giving back to the state he loved. Woody earned a bachelor’s . . . — Map (db m94098) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Flint Veterans Garden — Old Flint or Gardner Cemetery
This garden is dedicated to all veterans, with deep respect and appreciation for their courage, patriotism, and sacrifice. Dedicated on Veterans Day, November 11, 2008 — Map (db m92447) WM
Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — 110- 25 — Hanford Village — Although the highway divides us, our memories are never lost
Hanford Village was founded in the early 1900s just east of Columbus proper with its own mayor, police force, fire department, businesses, and park. After World War II, a subdivision of Hanford became a segregated community for returning African . . . — Map (db m94618) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — 111- 25 — Southwood Elementary School — Historic Building, Still in Use
Side A Built in 1894, the original eight-room Southwood Elementary School cost $16,000 to construct on this site purchased from a local family for $3,000. The school originally had five teachers and a teacher-pupil ratio of 50-1. Mary . . . — Map (db m94245) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Spirit of the Springs — Saint Mary of the Springs Academy
Honoring the history of Saint Mary of the Springs Academy founded 1830 flourished on this site 1868- 1966 Dedicated to the alumnae and the Dominican Sisters in celebration of the spirit that they have carried into the world — Map (db m94625) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — St. Joseph Cathedral — Heritage Tour
St. Joseph Cathedral November 11, 1866, the cornerstone of St. Joseph Cathedral was laid at the N.W. corner of E. Broad and 5th Sts. The beautiful gothic structure was completed n 1872. The consecration service took place October 20, 1878, a . . . — Map (db m98924) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Dublin — Dublin Veterans Park — Grounds of Remembrance
On this green bank, by this soft stream, We place with joy a votive stone, That memory may their deeds redeem, When, like our sires, our sons are gone. O Thou who made those heroes dare To die, and leave their children free— Bid Time and . . . — Map (db m101977) WM
Ohio (Franklin County), Dublin — History of Dublin’s Town Pump
From the late 19th century until the early 1920’s, a hand-operated pump was located in the center of the intersection of Bridge and High Streets in Historic Dublin. The pump supplied water from Dublin’s first well, which in turn drew water . . . — Map (db m101994) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), New Albany — 112- 25 — George and Christina Ealy House and Land — Resch Park
Side A The George and Christina Ealy House is a testament to the prosperity of one of this area's early residents and the skills of mid- nineteenth-century craftsmen. In 1830, members of the Ealy family moved from Pennsylvania to a . . . — Map (db m94109) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Westerville — 9- 25 — Benjamin Russell Hanby — 1833- 1867
Song writer and minister of the United Brethren Church, Hanby was an Otterbein College graduate, class of 1858, known throughout the world for the inspiring songs, "Darling Nellie Gray," "Up on the Housetop," and "Who is He in Yonder . . . — Map (db m94133) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Worthington — Eclectic Medical College — Worthington College
Near this site was established in December 1830 as a part of Worthington College The first Eclectic Medical College in the Middle West This tablet commemorates the faculty and students of the college who by reason of their endeavors . . . — Map (db m95133) HM
Ohio (Greene County), Clifton — Clifton Gorge Marker — The Old Trail Head — The Obscure Marker
Clifton Gorge has been designed a Registered Natural Landmark under the provisions of the Historic Sites Act of August 21, 1935 this site possesses exceptional value in illustrating the natural history of the United States U. S. Department . . . — Map (db m77111) HM
Ohio (Greene County), Fairborn — Huffman Dam —
Huffman one of five dams built by the Miami Conservancy District for flood control in the Miami Valley completed 1922 height 73 ft. length 3300 ft. width at base 380 — Map (db m97233) HM
Ohio (Greene County), Xenia — 4- 29 — McDonald Stone Quarry — A Piece of the Washington Monument
In 1849, each state in the Union was invited to furnish a block of native stone for the construction of the Washington Monument in Washington, D.C. Geologists selected stone from this quarry, then owned by Wilford McDonald, as typical of the . . . — Map (db m91407) HM
Ohio (Greene County), Xenia — Stevenson Cemetery Gate — Massie Creek Scotch Associate Cemetery
Left Post1776   1931 James Stevenson donated the Associate Church   † three acres for church and cemetery purposes in 1804, to be known as Massie’s Creek Church lot and   † cemetery. The   Rev. . . . — Map (db m95429) HM WM
Ohio (Greene County), Xenia — Stevenson Cemetery Veterans Memorial — Massie Creek Scotch Associate Cemetery
Cedar Cliff Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution Dedicated Memorial Day (logo) 1975 (logo) to honor the memory of these men who served their country in the American Revolution William Bull, Sr. • William . . . — Map (db m95430) WM
Ohio (Greene County), Xenia — 2- 29 — Union Meeting House Organized in 1807 / Union Seminary Organized in 1809
Union Meeting House Organized in 1807 On this site in 1809, pious Christians from Virginia and North Carolina erected a Methodist Church, the first in Greene County. The church was officially organized on May 23, 1807 as the Bonner Society. . . . — Map (db m91415) HM
Ohio (Greene County), Xenia — Xenia Station
Xenia City Commission Dr. Lee Esprit, Jr. president Lawrence W. Gordon V. President/ Deputy Mayor John T: Saraga Mayor Everett “Fuzz” Ross - Max H. Sims - Robert Stilwell - Dr. Eric V.A. Winston Patricia . . . — Map (db m80019) HM
Ohio (Greene County), Yellow Springs — Antioch College / and Glen Helen
Antioch College Founded 1853. Horace Mann and Arthur Morgan pioneered its co-operative program of “Education for Effective Living”. Glen Helen The living story of Ohio’s countryside. 930 acres for community . . . — Map (db m79758) HM
Ohio (Greene County), Yellow Springs — John Bryan — Part of the Clifton Gorge/ Glen Helen Complex
The history of the earth is written in rocks. In Ohio, nearly 500 million years of time are recorded in our bedrocks, reflecting the coming of the inland seas, the upheaval of the mountain ranges and the birth and death of great swamps. . . . — Map (db m77139) HM
Ohio (Greene County), Yellow Springs — Orton Memorial — Not Neglected, Not Forgotten, Just Hard to Get To — Deep in the Woods of John Bryan State Park
In memory of Edward Orton 1829-1899 He loved the youth of the land and inspired them to seek education. He taught them to build a soul. He advocated the beautiful religion of Jesus Christ. Especially did he inspire them with a love for . . . — Map (db m77093) HM
Ohio (Guernsey County), Cambridge — Cambridge — The Historic National Road in Ohio
Cambridge was platted in 1806 and became Guernsey County seat just four years later. The town flourished with the construction of the National Road, and by 1834 Cambridge was served daily by four stagecoach lines. Manufacturing boomed after the . . . — Map (db m98595) HM
Ohio (Guernsey County), Cambridge — Peacock Road — The Historic National Road in Ohio
Named for the peacocks that once lived on a neighboring farm, this narrow brick road was on the National Roads original alignment when it was built through Guernsey County in 1828. Peacock road is typical of the steep grades and sharp curves that . . . — Map (db m98596) HM
Ohio (Guernsey County), Cambridge — Peters Creek Mile Marker — One of Several Identical Markers
The Act of Congress in 1806 which authorized the construction of the National Road required that mile markers be placed at regular intervals. These reference points reassured travelers that they were following the correct route. They also indicated . . . — Map (db m98507) HM
Ohio (Hamilton County), Cincinnati — Ludlow's Station — Outpost on the Ohio Frontier — St Clair and Wayne campsite
Near this spot stood the block house at Ludlow Station built in 1791. - - - - - - General Arthur St. Clair and his army encamped here from Aug. 1st to Sept. 17th, 1791. - - - - - - General Anthony Wayne and his army . . . — Map (db m78961) HM
Ohio (Hamilton County), Cincinnati — Tucker's Station — Outpost on the Ohio Frontier — Anthony Wayne campsite
In the year 1792, Henry Tucker started clearing land and erecting a Station House on the old Indian Trace in what is now the village of Woodlawn. He had purchased the land from John Cleves Symmes for two dollars per acre. Fear of Indian Attack drove . . . — Map (db m76291) HM
Ohio (Hamilton County), Cleves — 20-31 — William Henry Harrison / and the Cincinnati & Whitewater Canal
side A (south) Harrison, later to become the ninth president of the United States, was a strong supporter of the Cincinnati & Whitewater Canal project and a major subscriber of stock in the canal company. He sold land from his North Bend . . . — Map (db m78769) HM
Ohio (Hamilton County), Terrace Park — Covalt Station
Consisting of blockhouse and palisade Was built near this site by Captain Abram Covalt 1789 In honor of Blanche Bacon Meyers Organizing Regent — Map (db m57440) HM
Ohio (Hancock County), Arcadia — 13- 32 — Village of Arcadia /The Arcadia Heritage
Village of Arcadia side A Settled in 1833, Arcadia was one of the last permanent villages to be established in eastern Hancock County. Pioneers Ambrose, David, and Ephriam Peters laid out the farming village on the south edge of "Wild Cat . . . — Map (db m94706) HM
Ohio (Hancock County), Findlay — 16- 32 — Oesterlen Well Site / Old Mill Stream Fairgrounds
Oesterlen Well Site The site of the natural gas well generally credited with the beginning of the "Gas Boom" in Hancock County is approximately 300 feet west of this marker. German physician, Dr. Charles Oesterlen drilled the well on his . . . — Map (db m75156) HM
Ohio (Hardin County), Dunkirk — Dunkirk Veterans Memorial
To all those who come after let it be known that this place is dedicated to those men and women who served their country in all wars ..past, present and future Dunkirk V.F.W. Post 3816 by MS 2003 — Map (db m94001) WM
Ohio (Knox County), Mount Vernon — Mount Vernon Veterans Memorial — At the Soldiers Circle
A Nation that honors it’s Veterans is a nation dedicated to preservation of a freedom won by the sacrifice of life itself. These emblems are appropriately dedicated to the valiant dead of the armed forces who ventured far, . . . — Map (db m94957) WM
Ohio (Licking County), Hebron — Hebron — The Historic National Road in Ohio — Transportation Crossroad
Where the Water Met the Road While the citizens of St. Clairsville, in eastern Ohio, celebrated the groundbreaking for the National Road on July 4, 1825, construction began on the Ohio & Erie Canal on the same day at Licking Summit (now . . . — Map (db m97542) HM
Ohio (Licking County), Kirkersville — Kirkersville — The Impact of the Interurban — The Historic National Road in Ohio
As a small “pike” town on the National Road, Kirkersville experienced the evolution of transportation from the days of horse and wagon to the automobile. It was the advent of the interurban that not only brought another mode of transit . . . — Map (db m97514) HM
Ohio (Licking County), Kirkersville — Mile Markers — Kirkersville — One of Several Identical Markers
The Act of Congress in 1806 which authorized the construction of the National Road required that mile markers be placed at regular intervals. These reference points reassured travelers that they were following the correct route. They also indicated . . . — Map (db m97516) HM
Ohio (Logan County), Belle Center — Belle Center Jail — Small Town Artifact in a Village Park
This structure is a former jail erected in Belle Center in 1880. It is thought to have been last used May 25, 1933 then retired by the City Fathers. It was restored by the Richland Township Trustees in March 2005 and relocated to . . . — Map (db m83029) HM
Ohio (Logan County), Belle Center — Belle Center Spanish American War Memorial — Little Known Monument in Fairview Cemetery — One of Many Cast from the Battleship “Maine”
In Memoriam USS Maine Destroyed in Havana Harbor February 15th 1898 this tablet is cast from metal recovered from the USS Maine — Map (db m82793) WM
Ohio (Logan County), Bellefontaine — Bellefontaine Vietnam Memorial — Honoring the Names of those from Logan County, Ohio
. . . — Map (db m79732) WM
Ohio (Logan County), Bellefontaine — Myeerah Trail / Historic Logan County — The Second Marker at the other end of the trail
Myeerah Trail A former Indian trail connected Blue Jacket's Town (site of Bellefontaine) and Zanestown (now Zanesfield). The highway was named by the County Commissioners in honor of Princess Myreerah, daughter of Chief Tarhe and wife of Isaac . . . — Map (db m74503) HM
Ohio (Logan County), Bellefontaine — Quaker Meeting Place / Site of First Church and School in Rushcreek Township
Side A Quaker Meeting Place This cemetery marks the location of a Quaker Meet ing house built before 1820. Wm. Reames, a Revolutionary soldier, and Thomas Stanfield were promoters and mem bers of the society.

Side B . . . — Map (db m83220) HM

Ohio (Logan County), Bellefontaine — The Bellefontaine Examiner — Birthplace of the “Abe Martin” cartoon
The Bellefontaine Examiner established in 1891 by E. O. and H.K. Hubbard the Weekly Examiner 1871- 1944 — Map (db m80022) HM
Ohio (Logan County), Bellefontaine — The Harley Long Building
The Harley Long Building This building is named in honor of a faithful and trusted employee of the Park Department for twenty- nine years. March 1, 1982 — Map (db m82289) HM
Ohio (Logan County), Bellefontaine — The Original Burial Place of General Simon Kenton — A Place of Legend
The Original Burial Place of General Simon Kenton born in Virginia 1753 -- died Apr. 29, 1836 — Map (db m80633) HM
Ohio (Logan County), Bellefontaine — S 12-46 — The Railroad in Logan County — Railroad YMCA
Side A- The Railroad in Logan County Bellefontaine was a railroad town from the 1890’s to the 1950’s. The city was the site of one of the largest roundhouses and repair centers on the Big Four/ New York Central Lines and trains . . . — Map (db m77396) HM
Ohio (Logan County), East Liberty — Middleburg United Methodist Church Bellringers
dedicated to all the former bellringers of the Middleburg United Methodist Church — Map (db m81852) HM
Ohio (Logan County), East Liberty — Phebe Haines Sharp — Wife of the First White Settler — First Doctor in Logan County
First White Settler and Dctor in Logan Co Phebe Haines Sharp 1759- 1833 — Map (db m81858) HM
Ohio (Logan County), Huntsville — Huntsville, Ohio Veterans Memorial
In Memory of the Unknown Dead ——— Soldiers Sailors Marines ——— U.S.A. — Map (db m85345) WM
Ohio (Logan County), Lakeview — Lakeview Amvets Memorial #1 — First of Three Memorials in Lakeview, Ohio
dedicated to all veterans past, present, future (logo- Amvets) Doyle R. Miller Amvets Post 39 Lakeview, Ohio — Map (db m86499) WM
Ohio (Logan County), Lakeview — Lakeview War Memorial #3 — Third of Three Memorials in Lakeview, Ohio
Dedicated with honor to all Veterans who have, and continue to guarantee our freedom, peace, justice, and equality. Presented May 30, 1987 by Doyle R. Miller Amvets Post 39 Kenneth Hull American Legion Post 752 — Map (db m86501) WM
Ohio (Logan County), Northwood — Geneva College — The Original Location — A Busy Station on the Underground Railroad
Geneva College established here in 1848 by Dr. J.B. Johnston moved to Beaver Falls Pa. in 1879 erected by Logan Co. Historical Society Second plaque Committee H, C. Marmon, pres. Hist. Soc. J. R. Templeton, chair O. . . . — Map (db m74869) HM
Ohio (Logan County), Russell's Point — Indian Lake Veterans Memorial — American Legion Marker
In honor of all veterans living or dead of all wars past and future dedicated to Indian Lake Post No. 413 May 28, 1984 presented by Indian Lake Unit No. 413 American Legion Auxillary (2 logos) — Map (db m85398) WM
Ohio (Logan County), West Liberty — Highland Gardens Veterans Monument — “Flag Flying in Memory of; All Veterans”
“Flag Flying in Memory of; All Veterans” artwork (4) Armed Services logos — Map (db m80303) WM
Ohio (Logan County), West Liberty — Monroe Township School — Memories in Rural Logan County, Ohio
(artwork- etching of building) Monroe Township School 1918- 1952 site donated by Ernest and Ethel Horsley — Map (db m79335) HM
Ohio (Logan County), West Liberty — Pickrelltown Community Club — A Monument to a By-Gone Era
dedicated in memory of deceased members of The " Pickeraltown " Community Club — Map (db m80423) HM
Ohio (Logan County), West Liberty — Pickrelltown Monument Honor Roll
(South face) In Memory Of all Monroe Township Men in service World War 1917-1918 Willis R. Yoder February 16, 1945 (West face) H.F. Bushawn Died in France October 28, 1918 Jacob I. Piatt July 21, 1944 . . . — Map (db m80448) WM
Ohio (Logan County), West Liberty — Sherman M. Ricketts — 1898 - 1962
In tribute to Chief of Police: 1958- 1962 Sherman M. Ricketts Who gave his life in the line of duty in the early morning hours of June 29th, 1962. while investigating a suspicious person complaint, he was struck down without warning by . . . — Map (db m87710) HM
Ohio (Logan County), West Liberty — West Liberty Water Works — Water Softening Plant — a WPA project
Water Softening Plant Erected 1941 West Liberty Ohio - - - - Milton W. Stout - Mayor Donald McAlexander - Clerk Board of Trustees of - Public Affairs Wm. Scarbourogh - President Joseph W. Craig Clyde L. Lynn . . . . . . . — Map (db m76861) HM
Ohio (Logan County), Zanesfield — Helen Wonders Blue Memorial Park — United Methodist Church Historic Site #358 — Two Smaller Plaques at the Ebenezer Zane Cabin Site
first plaque- Helen Wonders Blue Memorial Park donated by Robert M. Blue J.D. 1990 second plaque- United Methodist Historic Site No.358 — Map (db m80770) HM
Ohio (Lucas County), Berkey — 58- 48 — Roger T. Durbin — 1920 - 2000 — Driving Force Behind the National WW II Memorial
Side A Roger T.Durbin 1920- 2000 According to fellow World War II veteran and US Senator Bob Dole, Roger T. Durbin was “the public persona- the beacon- of the drive to build a National World War II Memorial in out nation’s . . . — Map (db m80534) HM
Ohio (Madison County), Plain City — Old Indian Trail — Post Road, St Rt 161
Old Indian Trail blazed by Chief Tecumseh later used by Pony Express and became Post Road this ground was cleared in 1809 by well known pioneer Richard Taylor — Map (db m77600) HM
Ohio (Madison County), West Jefferson — West Jefferson — The Historic National Road in Ohio
In 1831, Congress passed a bill appropriating money for the extension of the Cumberland Road through Ohio, Indiana and Illinois. In 1836-37 this great National Road was completed through Madison County. At the beginning of the 19th Century, hardly . . . — Map (db m96977) HM
Ohio (Marion County), Marion — 15- 51 — Scioto Ordnance Plant Site
Side A On March 2, 1942, four months after the U.S. entered WWII, farmers living between Marion-Williamsport and Marseilles-Galion Roads and between State Route 98 and the Norfolk & Western Railroad were notified to vacate their farms by . . . — Map (db m94705) HM
Ohio (Marion County), Marion — 8- 51 — The Old Blockhouse Site
The U.S. Army built a two-story blockhouse on a nearby hill during the War of 1812. The blockhouse was one of a series of such structures erected along the Greenville Treaty line to guard against Native Americans who supported the British during . . . — Map (db m94537) HM
Ohio (Marion County), Marion — The Underground Railroad — in Marion County, Ohio
The Underground Railroad was neither underground nor a railroad, but a system of loosely connected safe havens where those escaping the brutal conditions of slavery were sheltered, fed, clothed, nursed, concealed, disguised, and instructed . . . — Map (db m92076) HM
Ohio (Mercer County), Celina — Beaver Chapel Church — Swamp College — Busy Little Corner, in the Middle of Nowhere
This bell was used by Beaver Chapel Church from 1908 - 1985 placed here September 2012 in honor of our 125 year anniversary — Map (db m83280) HM
Ohio (Mercer County), Celina — Swamp College Veterans Memorial — Obscure Marker in an Obscure Location — A Bi-Centennial Marker
For God and country we have served for peace (5 logos) Veterans Memorial donated by Celina Post 120 & Coldwater Post 470 dedicated July 4, 1976 — Map (db m83305) WM
Ohio (Mercer County), Fort Recovery — Fort Recovery Civil War Veterans Memorial
In Memory of Our Civil War Veterans 1861 - 1865 Erected by W.R.C. No. 338, 1935. — Map (db m80446) WM
Ohio (Mercer County), Fort Recovery — Spring Hill Cemetery Veterans Memorial
In memory of all military personnel — Map (db m97305) WM
Ohio (Mercer County), Fort Recovery — Wabash River
South Side “Oubache’ was the French name for the Wabash – an Indian word meaning white. La Salle in 1669, was the first white man to explore this stream. Long it had been a link in a well- used route for red warriors and . . . — Map (db m74353) HM
Ohio (Mercer County), Maria Stein — Maria Stein Veterans Memorial
(three American Legion logos) American Legion Post 571 Maria Stein Veterans Memorial Dedicated to the Veterans of all wars and or conflicts who honorably served and to those who gave their lives in the service of our country (five service . . . — Map (db m94415) WM
Ohio (Mercer County), St. Henry — The Cranberry School Bell
This bell is the original from the Cranberry School that used to stand directly across the road from this location. The bell was hung in the tower on the southwest corner of the school. Every day the bell was rung to begin the school day and . . . — Map (db m94438) HM
Ohio (Miami County), Covington — Covington Veterans Memorial
To the glory of Almighty God in loving memory of all veterans of all wars of the United States of America Erected by the people and friends of Covington, Oho dedicated by American Legion Post 80, Amvets Post 66 and VFW Post . . . — Map (db m93115) WM
Ohio (Miami County), Piqua — 29- 55 — Johnston Barn — At the Piqua Historical Area
With the intention of becoming a "gentleman farmer," John Johnston began development of his Upper Piqua farm in 1808 with a two-story log cabin and this double pen log barn. The surrounding outer sheds were built to protect the log pens from the . . . — Map (db m95026) HM
Ohio (Miami County), Tipp City — Hyattsville — 1833 - 1874 — A Ghost Town in Tipp City, Ohio
On this site in 1833 Henry J. Hyatt established the town of Hyattsville. It consisted of twenty seven lots, north and west of this corner. Early businesses included a post office, tavern, blacksmith shop, two stores and a church. The stagecoach . . . — Map (db m79998) HM
Ohio (Miami County), Troy — Staunton Veterans Memorial
In memory of Veterans Revolutionary War and War of 1812 They served with honor — Map (db m97837) WM
Ohio (Miami County), Troy — Troy Veterans Memorial
Dedicated to those men and women who served America in times of peace and war May 30, 1992 — Map (db m90711) WM
Ohio (Miami County), West Milton — The Brick Wall — West Branch Burial Ground, Marker #2 — Site of Old Meeting House
Erected 1948 in memory of Samuel and Anna Jay Jones this wall contains brick from the Friends Meeting House which stood across the road in active service from 1804 to 1906 — Map (db m90540) HM
Ohio (Montgomery County), Dayton — Miami Valley Hospital — 1951 Cornerstone
In 1951, when Irvin G. Bieser, Sr. was president of the hospital Board of Trustees, this cornerstone was placed during construction of the Main Building. A construction addition in the 1970’s relocated the entry way and the cornerstone became . . . — Map (db m85991) HM
Ohio (Montgomery County), Dayton — Victoria Theater
Victoria Theater built in 1866 listed in the National Registry of Historic Places by the United States Department of Interior this plaque placed in honor of the Community Leadership supporting the 1990 renovation — Map (db m96049) HM
Ohio (Montgomery County), Kettering — 22- 57 — Cassano’s Pizza King
Side A Kettering grocer Victor “Vic” Cassano, Sr. (1922- 2002) and his mother-in-law Caroline “Mom” Dinisi (1893- 1987) opened what became Cassano’s Pizza King on June 4, 1953. Their signature square-cut, . . . — Map (db m97267) HM
Ohio (Montgomery County), Vandalia — The Crossroads of America — Vandalia — The Historic National Road in Ohio
Transportation has played a significant role in Vandalia since the community’s beginnings as a part of Butler Township. In April 1811, a construction contract was awarded for the first 10-mile section of National Road beginning at Cumberland, . . . — Map (db m96487) HM
Ohio (Montgomery County), Vandalia — 10- 57 — The Village of Tadmor / The National Road
The Village of Tadmor The Village of Tadmor is significant as being the location of one of the most important centers of transportation in early Ohio history. As early as 1809, keelboats were poled up river from Dayton to load and unload . . . — Map (db m97813) HM
Ohio (Muskingum County), New Concord — John Glenn — The Historic National Road in Ohio
John Glenn, Jr. is a retired U.S. Marine Corps pilot, astronaut, and U.S. Senator. He was born in Cambridge, Ohio, on July 18, 1921, and moved to New Concord when he was two. On February 20, 1962, Glenn flew on the Friendship 7 space mission, . . . — Map (db m98607) HM
Ohio (Muskingum County), Norwich — The Historic National Road — in Ohio
Welcome to the National Road The National road crosses six states from Baltimore, Maryland to East St. Louis, Illinois. The road fulfilled the dreams of George Washington and Thomas Jefferson to build an all-weather route across the . . . — Map (db m93721) HM
Ohio (Muskingum County), Zanesville — Y-Bridge — The Historic National Road in Ohio — A Unique Landmark
On November 16, 1814, the Muskingum Messenger reported, “Muskingum and Licking Bridge, This grand and important work is now possible. Great credit is due to Mr. Rufus Scott, the architect. Now the south and north sides of Licking . . . — Map (db m99037) HM
Ohio (Preble County), College Corner — 7- 68 — Historic Hopewell / Historic Hopewell Cemetery
Historic Hopewell The Hopewell Associate Reformed Church and Cemetery, now known as Historic Hopewell, was founded in 1808 in a log building that was replaced in 1826 with the present building. It was built by the area's first settlers, . . . — Map (db m84715) HM
Ohio (Preble County), Eaton — Mound Hill Cemetery Civil War Memorial
in memory of Union Soldiers who lie buried in unmarked graves — Map (db m89772) WM
Ohio (Preble County), Eaton — Physicians in the Indian Wars / Roster of Physicians in the Indian Wars
Physicians in the Indian Wars Pioneer physicians came into the wilderness that was to become Ohio in the 1780’s, to serve in the respective campaigns of generals Josiah Harmar, Arthur St. Clair, and Anthony Wayne in their . . . — Map (db m85567) HM WM
Ohio (Putnam County), Columbus Grove — Truro Cemetery — Pleasant Township Veterans Memorial
In honor of all who served (five service logos)

Back side- POW MIA logo, You are not forgotten — Map (db m94570) WM

Ohio (Shelby County), Anna — 4-75 — Wenger One Room School — Dinsmore District #4
side A Wenger One Room School Dinsmore District #4 Dinsmore Township School District No. 4 was formed in 1865 following a decision by the township’s board of education that a school would be built in the center of every four . . . — Map (db m77671) HM
Ohio (Shelby County), Fort Loramie — Miami Erie Canal Mile Stone
These stones were placed at 1 mile intervals. You are here, 116 miles from Cincinnati. — Map (db m19953) HM
Ohio (Shelby County), Maplewood — Beehive Community Church — Miami Christian Church — once a thriving rural fellowship
site of Beehive Miami Christian Church 1875- 1998 — Map (db m77631) HM
Ohio (Union County), Marysville — 2- 80 — Amerine Settlement / Amerine Cemetery
Amerine Settlement The first permanent settlement in the Marysville area, was founded in 1817 by Revolutionary War veteran Abraham Amrine (1761-1849) and his sons. The Amrines emigrated from Switzerland to Pennsylvania in the early 1700s . . . — Map (db m92843) HM
Ohio (Union County), Marysville — Amerine Veterans Memorial
(front) U.S. In memoriam War veterans resting here Revolutionary 1812 • Civil (rear) Rev. Amrine, Abraham Amrine, Adrian Hall, Peter Peacock, Thomas Welch, Samuel Westlake, George 1812 Coder, . . . — Map (db m92844) WM
Ohio (Union County), Marysville — 7- 80 — Cyprian Lee House / Colonel Noah Orr, “Union County Giant”
Cyprian Lee House Cyprian Lee (1792-1854) settled in the Union County wilderness in 1820 and purchased the 118 West Sixth Street lot in 1828 for $6. County treasurer, coroner, shoemaker, and anti-slavery activist, Lee lived here in a log . . . — Map (db m93554) HM
Ohio (Union County), Marysville — DAR Revolutionary Veterans Memorial — One of Many in Oakdale Cemetery
Front (DAR logo) Dedicated to the soldiers of the Revolutionary War who gave us our heritage of freedom

Back Erected by Hannah Emerson Dustin chapter 1962 — Map (db m92830) WM

Ohio (Union County), Milford Center — Milford Center Veterans Memorial — Third Monument in Milford Center Cemetery — The VFW Monument
Plaque #1 Compliments of V.F.W. Post 3320

Plaque #2 In honor of those who have served Donated by Bud’s Masonry MAVFW 3320 Dale Phelps VFW 4599 — Map (db m87050) HM

Ohio (Union County), Milford Center — 10- 80 — Union Township Civil War Monument — Multiple Markers in a Rural Setting — The Ohio Historical Marker
Front Text: The following notice appeared in the Marysville Tribune newspaper, February 5, 1873: To Arms! To Arms! The Monument Association of Union Township propose holding a Fair and Festival in Milford Centre on Feb 20 and 21...the . . . — Map (db m87021) WM
Ohio (Union County), Milford Center — Union Township Civil War Monument — The Original Monument
The block base of the obelisk contains the names of 39 local men, killed in the war. Unit identification, and place or battle where the man died, are listed with some of the names. Cities, and battles are inscribed on the obelisk. The monument . . . — Map (db m87023) WM
Ohio (Union County), New California — 17- 80 — Jerome Township Soldiers' Monument
(side a) This monument was dedicated on Memorial Day of 1913 to honor the Union soldiers of the Civil War from Jerome Township. Many citizens, school children, and Civil War veterans attended the dedication as Col. W.L. Curry, who fought at . . . — Map (db m93226) HM
Ohio (Union County), Raymond — Broadway Cemetery Veterans Memorial
Dedicated to All who served their Country In memory of PFC. Dyer J. Bird Co. D, 166th Inft. 1900-1918 First Soldier Killed Rainbow Div. W.W. I Interred in France Meuse-Argonne Cemetery Erected by Broadway . . . — Map (db m89259) WM
Ohio (Union County), Richwood — North Union District Veterans' Memorial Monument
To our veterans who served on land, sea, or air. You stood there ready to defend our country in time of peace. In war, you suffered its horrors, were wounded, were prisoners of war, are missing in action, or perished. We . . . — Map (db m89300) WM
Ohio (Union County), Unionville Center — Darby Township Veterans Memorial — In Old Darby Cemetery
In memory of Unknowns from Darby Township who served our country with integrity patriotism and valor Honoring all veterans — Map (db m87069) WM
Ohio (Union County), Unionville Center — Unionville Center — The Sager Settlement on Darby Creek — Small Village on an Old Road
Dedicated to founders John, Frederick and David Sager who established Unionville on February 8, 1847. Incorporated as the Village of Unionville Center in 1879 Ohio Bicentennial Celebration June 21, 2003 — Map (db m87104) HM
Ohio (Union County), Unionville Center — 6- 80 — Vice President Charles Warren Fairbanks / Charles Warren Fairbanks Birthplace
Vice President Charles Warren Fairbanks Charles Warren Fairbanks became a prominent lawyer and nationally known political leader. He was the keynote speaker at the Republican Convention in 1896, United States Senator from 1897 . . . — Map (db m87103) HM
Ohio (Warren County), Lebanon — Ichabod Corwin
Upon this site in March, 1796 Ichabod Corwin erected the first cabin on land which is now Lebanon, Ohio

This tablet placed by Turtle Creek Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution 1962 — Map (db m99421) HM

Ohio (Warren County), Middletown — Road of Remembrance — “Lest We Forget”
“Lest we forget” the trees along this road were planted by the people of the community to form this Road of Remembrance in honor of the Men of Middletown who served their country during the World War 1916- 1918 — Map (db m93869) WM
Ohio (Warren County), Middletown — The First Pedigree of a Poland China Hog — A Strictly American Breed of Swine
The first pedigree of a Poland China Hog was written on this farm in August 1876 by W. C. Hankinson, owner of the farm, and Carl Freigua, compiler of the original record

This strictly American breed of swine originated within a radius . . . — Map (db m93868) HM

Ohio (Warren County), Morrow — Mounts Station — The First Settlement of the Virginia Military Lands — A Reclaimed Marker
The First Settlement of the Virginia Military Lands in Warren County was located a short distance west of here by William Mounts in 1795 dedicated: October 6, 1940 — Map (db m99422) HM
Ohio (Warren County), Springboro — Friends Cemetery of the Springborough Quaker Meeting — Another of the Rural Series of Central Ohio Quakers
Members of the religious Society of Friends were instrumental in the founding and development of Springboro.

This plot contains the remains of Springboro founder Jonathan Wright (1782- 1855), a Quaker leader who donated part of his land . . . — Map (db m84495) HM

Pennsylvania (Armstrong County), Kittanning — Kittanning WW I Memorial — Two Adjacent Monuments
In memory of World War I Veterans Erected in honor of those of Armstrong County who served their country in the World War 1917- 1918

Erected by W. C. T. U. 1932 — Map (db m89689) WM

Pennsylvania (Indianan County), Indiana — The Catawba and Kittanning Native American Trails — Crossing Point of Two Ancient Pathways
The Catawba and Kittanning early Native American paths intersected near this location. The Catawba served as a major north south trail while the Kittanning ran east and west. Both offered Native Americans and early Europeans a path- way to a . . . — Map (db m89218) HM
South Dakota (Lyman County), Presho — 115 — Medicine Creek Rest Area
Flowing just north of here, Medicine Creek runs through the center of Lyman County, emptying into the Missouri River 27 miles (43 kilometers) to the northeast. The place-names of this Central South Dakota area read like an index to early state . . . — Map (db m98113) HM
Utah (Rich County), Garden City — The First Oregon Trail
The first covered wagons came into the Rocky Mts. in 1830, they made their way as far west as Fort Washakie in Wyoming. Efforts were made to find passable wagon trails through the Mountains to the Pacific Coast, which goal was finally reached. At . . . — Map (db m99320) HM

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