Cemetery Walk

Have you ever wondered why some of the stones in the cemetery look like trees, or why some of the stones are topped by urns? Museum Director Ronald Marvin Jr. lead interesting and informative tours of Oak Hill Cemetery. The tours were offered at 1:00, 2:00, and 3:00 and contained…

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Board Members Wanted

Are you living in Wyandot County and interested in preserving the history of the county?  Are you willing to work to preserve that history?  If the answer to these questions is yes, we are looking for you!  We need people to serve on the Historical Society Board.  This is a…

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Christmas at the Museum

   Almost 400 people came to the museum to enjoy the decorations, music, and refreshments.  I hope you were able to come and enjoy the beauty of more than 30 decorated Christmas trees!  The trees were decorated by various organizations and individuals.  Also adding to the celebration was the “Cookies…

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Veteran’s Day

Veterans’ Day was a very special event this year. Each of the down stairs rooms had a special display and the museum was open Sat. Sun. and Mon. from 1:00 – 5:00.  It was interesting to see the differences in the uniforms beginning with the Civil War to those of…

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