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When Ohio and the United States were mostly rural, cemeteries were often located on the family farm. For many of these cemeteries few or no records exist. Available records suggest that this small site is the Francis H. Game Cemetery established c…
In honor of the Gold Star Mothersand all Veterans whounselfishly served their countryin time of need. Dedicated July 4, 1979
In honor of the men of Bloom Townshipwho entered the service of their country to fight in the World War 1917-1918 Ralph Hickle[Died in Service][Honor Roll of Veterans] Erected as a lasting tribute to the men and women of this community who s…
Side A:Erected in 1905 by the Scioto Valley Traction Company, this station served as a terminal for passenger and freight service as part of an electric railway that connected Canal Winchester with neighboring towns in central Ohio. Known as the i…
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In honor of those who served1959 ? ? ? Vietnam ? ? ? 1975
In Honor ofDr. Bland L. Stradley1889-1957Dr. Stradley was a noted educator whose career began in 1913 as principal of the Canal Winchester High School. He spent 38 consecutive years at the Ohio State University where he was Vice President in charg…
Ohio's Oldest Active School1862 - 1987125 years
[Marker Front]:You are standing on the site of Ohio and Erie Canal. The canal helped to open the interior of Ohio to trade and settlement and played a part in Winchester's prosperity during the mid-1800s. Local farmers exported grain from the vill…