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Dedicated Sunday May 28, 1972by the citizens of this communityin honor of those who servedtheir country in time of war.
This cemetery, established in 1810, is the final resting place of many of the founders of Plainfield and Linton Township. Besides the early date of its founding, it is notable for the number of armed forces veterans interred here, who represent ev…
In the early morning hours of September 11, 1950, Pennsylvania National Guard Troop Train #4, disabled 3/4 mile east of this monument, was struck in the rear by the passenger train, Spirit of St. Louis, resulting in the deaths of 33 soldiers. T…
[Marker Front]:George Washington Crile was born in 1864 at Chili, in Crawford Township, Coshocton County. Before embarking on his notable medical career, he graduated from Northwestern Ohio Normal School (now Ohio Northern University) at Ada, teac…
In the early 1770s, Chief White Eyes (Koquechagachton) of the Delaware tribe founded White Eyes Town approximately two miles southeast of this marker on a plain near present day West Lafayette. A friend of the Moravian leader David Zeisberger, Whi…
Served in the Continental Army under the command of General Washington. Appointed as Accountant of the War Department by Washington and served under Presidents Adams, Jefferson and Madison. For his services in the Continental Army, received a land…
100 Years of Service1895-1995 1993 Building Addition ChiefGaylord HillAss't ChiefGlenn HillCaptainDon Lusk · Steve WilsonLieutenantRon Lusk · Dallas Hill · Mike LaytonFirefightersJerry Gress · Dave Guilliams &midd…
Chartered first in Warsaw 1911Additional Charters 1920 and 1930 Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum10 miles southeastRoute 95 - Sycamore St.CoshoctonFrom "Cush-og-wenk" meaning "Black Bear Town"
Opened in September, 1999This fifteen-acre addition to the Valley View Cemetery was purchased in 1998 from Robert Bailey. The addition is named for Franklin J. Fischer because of his dedication, commitment, and service to the Valley View Cemete…
CourageIn lasting tribute to the sons & daughters of Coshocton County who served in the wars of their countryLet none forget, they gave their allAnd faltered not, when came the callTo keep forever living theFreedom for which they served