A special thank you to Gail and Gwen Miller for hosting a hayride and hot dog roast for our members. It was a beautiful fall evening spent with great company!
Community Hayride and Hot Dog Roast
The second newsletter went out to our members last month. Check it out by clicking HERE.
We have published our very first newsletter! A special "thank you" to all that helped! Please click here to view our newsletter.
Please Help Us!
The Historical Society is looking for any WWII or Korean War memorabilia or photos from Franklin Township veterans to have on display at this year's Heritage Day. If you have anything you would like to share, please contact Dave Mann or Gail Miller (see "contact us" for information).
The Historical Society is looking to update our email list for all members. If your email has recently changed or you would like to be added to our list, please email me at email@example.com.
Did you know?...
Franklin Township was settled in 1808, by James Morgan and Thomas Butler and organized June 7, 1820. It was formed from parts of original Wooster and Prairie Townships. The map of 1822 shows Franklin Township as made up of its present location, except the northeast offset as shown on the present Wayne County map and without the south three tiers of sections of present Franklin Township. These three tiers of sections (running east and west) together with the part of present Prairie Township lying north of the Treaty Line is given on the 1822 map as Prairie Township.
There is no available record of when this was struck off as Prairie Township; we may be safe to assume that when Franklin Township was organized on June 7, 1820, the southern part was left stand under the name of Prairie Township, under Wayne County jurisdiction until Holmes County was organized.
Heritage Day 2014
The date has been set for the 2014 Moreland Community Heritage Day. Mark your calendars for Saturday, October 11, 2014! We will be honoring our WWII veterans. Please share with us your thoughts, ideas, suggestions and memorabilia.
There will be a meeting for all members of the Moreland Community Historical Society on Thursday, June 13, 2013, at the Moreland United Methodist Church at 7:00 pm. We plan to discuss the schedule for the 2013 Heritage Day and generate volunteers. Hope to see you there!
May 05th, 2013
Welcome to our website.
The Moreland Community Historical Society (Wooster, Wayne County, Ohio) is looking foward to our 3rd Annual Heritage Day on the Gail and Gwen Miller Farm on October 12, 2013. The purpose of this website is to provide information not only about the Heritage Days, but also about the Historical Society.
If you have questions please call either Gail Miller or Dave Mann (see "Contact Us").
Denise Long, webmaster
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