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- Rose Farm is an unincorporated community in southwestern York Township, Morgan County, Ohio, United States. It lies along State Route 669 at its intersection with Tatmans Road. Ogg Creek, which meets the Moxahala Creek just north of Rose Farm, runs through the community. It is located 13 miles northwest of McConnelsville, the county seat of Morgan County, and a much shorter distance southeast of Crooksville in nearby Perry County.
- Rose Farm a.k.a. The William L. Holmes House, also known as Rose Farm, was built in 1848 by William L. Holmes in Oregon City, Oregon. One of the oldest structures in Oregon, it was the site of the inauguration of the first Territorial Governor of Oregon, Joseph Lane in 1849. The house replaced an 1844 log cabin built by Holmes, a South Carolina native who moved with his family to Oregon in 1843.
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An Encyclopedia by Linda S. Cordell, Kent Lightfoot, Francis McManamon, George Milner
The Rose Farm and Kitchen were analyzed in the 1980s by the National Park Service and much material dating to the July 2 battle was discovered. Finally, the William Bliss House, destroyed by command of the Union Army just before the July ...
The Bankers Encyclopedia (1919)
Rose Farm to Roseville. Rose Hill to Hagerman. Roselms to Grover Hill. Hosemont to Canfield. Rosewood to St. Paris. Ross to Hamilton. Rosseau to McConnelsville. Rossmoyne to Lockland. 1., swell to New Philadelphia.
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