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"Mother Stewart" as she is affectionately called, is the pioneering spirit behind the local and statewide temperance movement. In 1858 she lectures on and promotes temperance for the "Good Templars Society". During the Civil War she serves the wou…
Jeremiah and his wife Ann, wealthy Quakers from Philadelphia, arrive in Springfield in 1830 to claim extensive acreage inherited from his late father's estate. That same year, he purchases from the estate the village of Lagonda consisting of sever…
John Dick, born in Aryshire, Scotland and educated at the Royal Botanical Gardens in Edinburgh, comes to the United States with his family in 1854 spending several years working on Long Island laying out the park system. He later moves to Cincinna…
Affectionately called by some, "The Father of Ferncliff Cemetery", John Ludlow is a member of an early pioneer family in Clark County, eventually becoming a well-known pharmacist. In 1851, he is elected as a director of the Springfield B…
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Dedicated to the honor and glory of all veterans of Clark County who have so nobly served their country in all its wars and who, by offering their last full measure of devotion, have purchased freedom for our beloved nation A.D. 1964
In memory of John Paul first white settler in Clark County killed by Indians 1793
Original site of Honey Creek Presbyterian Church Founded 1804 Dedicated June 13, 1999
American Presbyterian and Reformed Historical Site #183 (logo) registered by the Presbyterian Historical Society Philadelphia, Pa.
Site of Asbury Methodist Church 1840- 1907