Historical Markers in
Seneca County, Ohio

2nd Lt. George W. Locke, Jr A Nurse’s Sacrifice in the Great War All Patriots Memorial Archie Rich Bernie Lett Camp Ball Camp Noble Capt. Warren Mason Carlous Stalsworth Charles Langdale Charles Louman Claude Fuqua Cmdr. Leon Morris, USN Donald Pollock Earl Hogue Earl Powers Early Electric Illumination, 1884 Edward L. Pollock Everett Riley Former Federal Post Office Building Fort Ball Fort Seneca Fort Seneca - Harrison Trail Fostoria Fostoria, Ohio Founding of Tiffin G/Sgt. Jay C Blakely G/Sgt. Ralph Bowling George Josey Gingko Tree Glass Heritage Gallery Harry Unger Home Site of the Foster Family Hugh Johnson In Memoriam John Perry Judge John W. Schaufelberger House Junior Home Alumni War Memorial Korean War Lester Potter Lewis George Louis Jones Lt. John Harris M/Sgt. Lonnie Morgan Mercy Hospital of Tiffin / The Sisters of Mercy Come to Tiffin Native American Habitation New Riegel Parish and Convent Ohio Historical Flood Marker Old Fort Centennial Park Old Fort High School World War II Memorial Omar Veterans Memorial Pioneer Milling Co. Pleasant Township Civil War Memorial Randall Little Republic Veterans Memorial Rezin W. Shawhan & the Seneca County Museum Risdon Square Seneca County Civil War Monument Seneca County Vietnam Veterans Memorial Seneca County World War II Memorial Sgt. James Bolen Sgt. Lawrence W. Theis Sgt. Marion Parker Sgt. Ravel Hale Sgt. Raymond Thompson Sgt. Thomas Lynn Sgt. Walter Adams St. Joseph Catholic Church St. Wendelin Parish's Cross Stalsworth Family State's First Female Lawyers Stephens Family The Davidson Brothers The Haines Family The Moore Family The Ritz Theater The Underground Railroad This Memorial Bench Thomas Gardener Thomas Gardner Tiffin Train Depot / Mad River and Lake Erie Railroad to Brady's Island / to Battle Island Veterans Memorial Bridge Veterans Memorial Bridge William Harvey Gibson William Ochs World War I …And Dedicated