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Jackson and Gallia Counties, Ohio  (matches: 11 - displaying first 10 only)

   ...aces were established in Jackson County -Jefferson, Cambria and Limestone. Turn to Chapter 3 Industr...

   ...mes (Welsh) >> The shareholders of Jefferson had some considerable success and by 1870 there w...

   ..."the organizers and stockholders of Jefferson Furnace were endowed with rare ability and wisdom...

   ...hapels. Ten of the original investors in Jefferson were deacons in the chapel and they took the valu...

   ...ciations, and adapted them for business. Jefferson's furnace is considered to be the mother of ...

   ...s in English and Welsh ] Visitors of the Jefferson Furnace Company Homecoming (1946) Former employee...

   ...ny Homecoming (1946) Former employees of Jefferson Furnace Company and/or Jefferson Iron Company at ...

   ...yees of Jefferson Furnace Company and/or Jefferson Iron Company at the Homecoming (1946) Teachers an...

   ...Homecoming (1946) Teachers and pupils of Jefferson Furnace School for the Jefferson Furnace Company ...

   ...pils of Jefferson Furnace School for the Jefferson Furnace Company Homecoming (1946) Land grant of D...

   ...ty-second anniversary of the founding of Jefferson Furnace held on the Furnace Grounds on Labor Day,...

Meigs County, Ohio  (matches: 1)

   ...8, the first Welsh people to move to the Jefferson and Pomeroy area were Thomas Edwards and his fami...

The Welsh in Ohio  (matches: 2)

   ...hree iron furnaces in the county, called Jefferson, Cambria and Limestone. Jefferson was very succes...

   ...called Jefferson, Cambria and Limestone. Jefferson was very successful, but the other two failed. In...

Settling down: transcript of digital story (3)  (matches: 7)

   ...ces were established in Jackson County - Jefferson, Cambria and Limestone. Cambria and Limestone did...

   ...ambria and Limestone did not succeed but Jefferson however became very successful despite many ups a...

   ...eak of the American Civil War heightened Jefferson's success. The high quality iron from the co...

   ...tion and armor plating. By the 1870s the Jefferson stockholders were the wealthiest members of their...

   ...omes provided shelter for the workers of Jefferson Furnace and the company store was an integral par...

   ...rt of the village as was the school. The Jefferson Furnace School was provided by the company for th...

   ...any for the children of their employees. Jefferson furnace is considered to be the mother of all the...

Welsh Settlements in Ohio  (matches: 4)

   ...ty miles in diameter, until the whole of Jefferson and Madison townships were taken up and extending...

   ...urnaces for the manufacture of pig iron, Jefferson and Cambrian furnaces being exclusively owned by ...

   ...usively owned by Welshmen. The owners of Jefferson never allowed the furnace to be operated on the S...

   ...onville, in what is now Warren Township, Jefferson Co., Ohio. Her father, Joseph Tilton, was a membe...

Hewitt's Fork  (matches: 1)

   ..., so well-known from his connection with Jefferson furnace, being its Agent for many years, bought l...

Horeb, Jackson County  (matches: 2)

   ...ethodist denomination. It is situated in Jefferson Township, Jackson county, a little east and south...

   ...of the people, however, were employed in Jefferson Furnace as laborers and operatives. THE CHURCH PR...

Industry  (matches: 3)

   ... iron furnaces in Jackson County, called Jefferson, Cambria and Limestone. The Jefferson furnace was...

   ...ed Jefferson, Cambria and Limestone. The Jefferson furnace was successful but the other two failed. ...

   ...ron Horses >> CHAPTER 3: "Old Jefferson" >> CHAPTER 4: Brick Plants >> C...

Timeline  (matches: 1)

   ...s published for the first time 1854: The Jefferson Furnace Company is formed in Jackson County 1860 ...


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