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Kennedy Stone House (Salt Fork State Park) before restoration.

Kennedy Stone House (Salt Fork State Park) before restoration.

Kennedy Stone House before and after restoration

Kennedy Stone House before and after restoration

My acrylic painting of The Stone House, in Salt Fork-Cambridge  Ohio

My acrylic painting of The Stone House, in Salt Fork-Cambridge Ohio

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Broom-Braden Stone House in Guernsey County, Ohio.

The COLONEL JOSEPH TAYLOR HOUSE is a historic house in the city of Cambridge, Ohio. The people here say that Colonel Taylor and his lady still haunt this 1878 Victorian mansion. Guests have seen both of their apparitions on the stairway, and they may shake the beds from time to time. The ghosts are said to be friendly and angelic, watching over the guests.

The COLONEL JOSEPH TAYLOR HOUSE is a historic house in the city of Cambridge, Ohio. The people here say that Colonel Taylor and his lady still haunt this 1878 Victorian mansion. Guests have seen both of their apparitions on the stairway, and they may shake the beds from time to time. The ghosts are said to be friendly and angelic, watching over the guests.

Salt Fork’s Stone House Museum. May 1 - October 31, 2015. Location: Salt Fork State Park. Hours: Monday, Friday-Sunday 1-5 p.m.  Admission by donation. US Route 22 East Cambridge, 43725. 1840 Stonehouse Museum docent tours are available. There will be special displays throughout the year. The Stonehouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Salt Fork’s Stone House Museum

"1823. FIRST AMERICAN MACADAMIA ROAD" Carl Rakeman, 1926. The approximately 70 miles of the NATIONAL ROAD from Bridgeport to Zanesville was the first Federal road in America constructed using the macadam technique, three compacted layers of stone laid in a trough cut slightly below grade, creating a relatively smooth, durable surface capable of shedding water.

"1823. FIRST AMERICAN MACADAMIA ROAD" Carl Rakeman, 1926. The approximately 70 miles of the NATIONAL ROAD from Bridgeport to Zanesville was the first Federal road in America constructed using the macadam technique, three compacted layers of stone laid in a trough cut slightly below grade, creating a relatively smooth, durable surface capable of shedding water.

History of the Kennedy Stone House at the Salt Fork State Park

History of the Kennedy Stone House at the Salt Fork State Park

The PETER B. SARCHET HOUSE, located north of Cambridge on SR 365, is a spectacular remnant of Guernsey County settlement architecture, built for a member of one of Guernsey County's founding families. Guernsey County dates its existence from 1806, when Thomas Sarchet and his family emigrated from the Isle of Guernsey and settled on the present site of Cambridge. The family included five sons, one of whom was Peter (1800-?), for whom this stone dwelling was constructed.

Helltown, Ohio, United States – Helltown is basically another ghost town formally known as Boston, Ohio. It is an area located in Summit County, Ohio and now part of Cuyahoga Valley National Park.

Kennedy Stone House with root cellar in foreground.

Kennedy Stone House with root cellar in foreground.

This beautiful patterned pavingstone patio was installed at Hudson Country Club in Ohio.

This beautiful patterned pavingstone patio was installed at Hudson Country Club in Ohio.

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