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FORT WINCHESTER MEMORIAL MARKER II

CAPTAIN GEORGE CROGHAN, LATER THE HERO OF THE SIEGE OF FORT STEPHENSON WAS ONE OF THE POST'S COMMANDERS. COLONEL RICHARD M. JOHNSON, CREDITED WITH THE DEATH OF THE GREAT SHAWNEE CHIEF TECUMSEH AT THE BATTLE OF THAMES, TRAINED HIS KENTUCKY MOUNTED REGIMENT ...

State:Ohio
LocationWASHINGTON AVENUE AND WEST 2ND STREET
City
State
Zip Code43512
FORT WINCHESTER MEMORIAL MARKER I

THE FORT SERVED AS A FORWARD OBSERVATION POST AND SUPPLY DEPOT FOR THE AMERICAN ARMY DURING THE WAR OF 1812.

State:Ohio
LocationWASHINGTON AVENUE AND WEST 2ND STREET
City
State
Zip Code43512
FORT WINCHESTER MEMORIAL MARKER

State:Ohio
Location315 WEST 2ND STREET
City
State
Zip Code43512
TALE OF ENSIGN JAMES LIGGETT MEMORIAL MARKER

ENSIGN JAMES LIGGETT OF THE 17TH REGIMENT, VOLUNTEERED TO LEAD A GROUP OF FOUR SPIES OR SCOUTS TO THE SITE OF THE OLD FORT DEFIANCE. LIGGETT'S SMALL FORCE WAS SURPRISED AND KILLED ON OR ABOUT SEPTEMBER 25.

State:Ohio
LocationDELAWARE BEND ROAD AND US 24
City
State
Zip Code43512

 

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