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Knox County Poor Farm The surrounding 132 acres of land served as the Knox County Poor Farm (aka Knox County Infirmary and County Home) from 1842 to 1955. The farm was nearly self-sustaining. Able residents grew their own food, raised livesto…
Forever we honor our fallen killed in the war on terrorism All gave some, some gave all
Veterans Avenue of Flags Flying in Memory of: (38 names) WW I, WW II, Korea and Viet Nam (five service medallions)
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, fought br…
Ayers, Edwin - Beever, Joseph - Bird, DonaldBunnell, Walter - Carpenter, Robert - Chambers, MerrittChrisman, Clarence - Chrisman, Everett - Cochran, ChesterConard, John - Dennison, William - Donze, RoyDunmire, Hershel - Dunn, Harrison Ellis, Carro…
Named for the Native Americans who first dwelled here along both sides of the Kokosing River, the Little Indian Fields is adjacent to the site of the first white settlement of Knox County. Early white inhabitants of this land were Andrew and Cathe…
Lakeholm was built as the home of Columbus Delano while serving as Secretary of the Interior under President Ulysses S. Grant from 1870 to 1875. Delano (1809-1896) came to Mount Vernon in 1817, attended public schools, studied law, and was admitte…
This is the site of Johnny Appleseed's earliest known recorded landholdings. Appleseed (whose legal name was John Chapman) purchased two parcels from Joseph Walker on September 14, 1809: Mount Vernon town lot 147, upon which you stand, and lot 145…
So proudly we standin tribute to theVeterans ofAmerica as onenation underGod withliberty andfreedomfor all. Welcome to the Knox County Veterans Walk of HonorPublic Square Flag PoleDedicated: May 26, 2008
Daniel Decatur EmmettAuthor of "Dixie"Born and Buried here