Remarkable Ohio

Serpent Mound Marker
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3-45 Marker

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Side A: Beard-Green Cemetery in the Dawes Arboretum. Spring, 1800, Benjamin Green and family become the first legal settlers in Licking County, followed by the Stadden family; Col. John Stadden marries Elizabeth Green on Christmas Day. Spring, 1801, clearings cut for cabins on Hog Run; Johnny Appleseed plants his orchards. 1808, John Beard family settles. 1810, first burial. 1811-41, these families bury six Revolutionary War veterans. Side B: Same. Same