Ashtabula, Ohio. Burrill Block The location of Edward H. Burrill Meat Market, the Burrill Block was built in 1900 1896-1921 Burrill's Meat Market 1926 Ragnvald Wary Billiards 1941-1953 Corner Restaurant 1954-1968 Restaurants including . . .
Ashtabula, Ohio. The location of Edward H. Burrill Meat Market, the Burrill Block was built in 1900 1900-1908 H. Bieder Company, confectioner, ice cream, cigars, news dealer 1909-1962 Christiansen Confectionery Store Upstairs 1907-1931 . . .
, Mexico. Iglesia Nacional Presbiteriana Este templo Evangélico es el más antiguo de la ciudad. Fue construido en un lote en la esquina sur del ex Convento de San Francisco y la recién abierta calle de Galeana. Construido por el Ing. . . .
Ashtabula, Ohio. More than 400 years ago, the Iroquois and Algonquin Native American tribes settled in the Ashtabula River basin, and named the river "Hash-tah-buh-lah"—"river of many fish." The Ashtabula River became a shipping hub over the . . .
Ashtabula, Ohio. This Operator Station, "Bucket", and about 1/3 of the "Arm" were saved from one of the Ashtabula Huletts. Acquiring this was the idea of Joseph L. Rose. It was donated by the A & B Dock Company to the Maritime Museum. Only . . .
near Rexford, New York. Of those who died in the service of our country during World War II William B. Piette Okinawa 1945 J. Merle Boswell France 1944 Ernest Charbonneau France 1944 David Currie Pacific Ocean 1945 Matthew A. Just Germany . . .
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, Germany. Hier wohnte Julius von Sachs *2.10.1832 in Breslau †29.5.1897 in Würzburg 1868-1897 Professor an der Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg Lehrstuhl für Botanik Begründer der Pflanzenphysiologie - (English . . .
Acme, Ohio. In tribute to the Veterans, members and friends of Sky Park who have served their country and community. We will remember. Alan Trent • Albert C Riddle • Alexander Bettinger • Allan J Robinson • Allan S Neilson Jr. • Allen B . . .
, Germany. Hier wohnte Friedrich Daniel von Recklinghausen *2.12.1833 in Gütersloh (Westfalen) †26.8.1910 in Straßburg 1865-1872 Professor an der Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg Lehrstuhl für Pathologische Anatomie und . . .
, Germany. Hier stand ein um 1750 erbautes Stifts Herrnhaus nach dessen Abbruch im Jahre 1908-1909 dieser Neubau errichtet wurde - (English translation:) Here stood an ecclesiastical manor house (built about 1750), after whose . . .
Waverly, Ohio. On this site stood the famous landmark hotel and restaurant—the Emmitt House—built in 1861 during the Civil War by the honorable James Emmitt, banker and a leading Southern Ohio entrepreneur, to take advantage of trade on . . .
near Martinsburg, West Virginia. Local lawyer and newspaper editor, F. Vernon [unreadable], established the Continental Clay Brick works on a portion of his family farm in [unreadable]. Ten beehive kilns were initially constructed to fire the bricks after . . .
near Kearneysville, West Virginia. Stone House Mansion, predominantly Georgian in style, was constructed in 1757, and is one of the oldest stone structures in Berkeley County. The property is listed in the National Register of Historic Places for its . . .
(Agriculture • Colonial Era • War of 1812 • War, US Revolutionary) Includes complete text, location, directions, 3 photos, GPS coordinates, map.
Waverly, Ohio. The Emmitt House. Built for Waverly industrialist James Emmitt in 1861, The Emmitt House was partly the work of carpenter Madison Hemings, who claimed parentage by President Thomas Jefferson. It served as a tavern and store . . .
Charles Town, West Virginia. This stone house represents one of the earliest stone structures built and owned by free Blacks in Charles Town. It was completed in 1830 by James H. Webb. Located on what was originally known as the "The Old Highway", . . .
Charles Town, West Virginia. John Blessing was born in Germany and came to the United States and made his home in Baltimore, Maryland. He moved to Charles Town 1853 and purchased a large brick building on the corner of Charles and Washington Streets . . .
(Industry & Commerce • Notable Persons • War, US Civil) Includes complete text, location, directions, 2 photos, GPS coordinates, map.