by Hal Weiland source: Bucyrus Telegraph-Forum, August 3-4, 2002 In Civil War, Community Became Famous When it was opened to settlers in 1828, northern Holmes Township was covered with dense forest and soggy marshes. Even the Wyandot Indian Reservation in the western third of the township was sparsely inhabited. There were no roads: Settlers would … Continue reading Brokensword Ohio Was Famous During Civil War
In Person Meetings Resume in June with Bruce Shealy Collection
The Crawford County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society held their first in-person meeting in over a year on Thursday, June 17th. Bruce Shealy shared his collection of family military uniforms. Bruce Shealy Family Military Uniform Collection Included in the collection were historical photographs of his family. The John Shealy family picture was taken November … Continue reading In Person Meetings Resume in June with Bruce Shealy Collection
Veterans Grave Registry Found in Crawford County Courthouse Basement
Recently an historic copy of the Veterans Grave Registry created for Crawford County Ohio in the early 1900's by the Works Progress Administration of the State of Ohio was found in the basement of the courthouse. Thanks to the Tax Map Office the document was digitized and is available for download. The PDF file is … Continue reading Veterans Grave Registry Found in Crawford County Courthouse Basement
Clyde Melton Remembers Camp Millard
Excerpt from Liberty Remembers: Veterans and Servicemen/Women of Crawford County, Ohio published by CCC of OGS.
Camp Millard – Historic Photos – 4 of 4
Railway Shop BN. Camp Millard Officers 755th Railway Batt. Camp Millard View more camp millard photos
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