Okeana, Ohio and Shandon, Ohio are rich with history and heritage. The Governor Bebb Pioneer Village and Covered Bridge appeals to nature lovers, history buffs, outdoor recreation enthusiasts and more. Shandon, Ohio is Ohio's first Welsh settlement, so this charming community is filled with history!
Okeana & Shandon History & Heritage
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Three acres were purchased in 1871 and a four-room brick schoolhouse was constructed. It was used as a school through 1939. During the years of 1931-1939, Ross High School was located here. TheMore Info
The Paddy's Run Old Welsh Cemetery in Morgan Township was established in 1821 and the cemetery was in use for approximately 70 years. Sixty percent of those buried here were persons of Welsh origin,More Info
Plas Cadnant Bed & Breakfast, the former John Lloyed Evans Home & Store is the former home, post office, grocery, and dry good store of John Lloyd Evans. He purchased the property from Hugh WilliamsMore Info