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The Hilltop Historical Society was founded in 1986 to promote the history of the Hilltop Area of Columbus, Ohio

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        May 20, 2015     UPDATE
 
Our local Girl Scout Troops once again put out American Flags on all the graves for Memorial Day as they have done for over 20 years.

News Release on putting out flags

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Free Pizza thanks to the American Legion

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50 year old 1ST Day Cover from April 1965

          Lincoln Funeral Train Presentation:
 
Thanks to John Ward for his excellent presentation on the Lincoln FUneral Train and other Lincoln history

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Lincoln Funeral Train in Columbus on April 29, 1865

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John's ancestor who blew Taps at service in Springfield IL

 
 

Camp Chase Confederate Cemetery on December 13th at 11AM took part with Wreaths Across America as part of the national service held at over 900 cemeteries around the world. Lean more about Wreaths Across American at http://www.wreathsacrossamerica.org/

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The VA has installed a interpretive marker at Camp Chase Confederate Cemetery at the base of the flag pole.

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                                     Special Event

 

The Ohio National Road Association unveiled a Camp Chase Interpretive sign in front of the Westgate Masonic Temple at 2925 West Broad Street on September 6th. This is the site of the main entrance to Camp Chase.

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Columbus Dispatch video about Camp Chase and Wreath Laying. Learn how we respect and remember those who are buried there.

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The Hilltop Historical Society's own Monty Chase and his wife Margaret as they appeared as Salmon Portland Chase and his daughter, Kate Chase Sprague at the opening of the Association of Lincoln Presenters Convention here in Columbus, April 11, 2013.

 

Links to Hilltop Groups

Friends of Camp Chase Trail

Personal Memorires Web Site

History of Columbus Restaurants

Hilltop Business Association

Westgate Neighbors Association

Wilshire Heights Neighborhood Association

Greater Hilltop Area Commission

Homes on the Hill

Friends of the Hilltop

West High School Alumni Association

Friends of Westgate Park E-Mail address

Highland West Neighbors Association

Greenlawn Cemetery

Grove City Area Visitors Bureau

The 120th Annual Memorial Service on June 14th 2015
 

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Ginger Thrush and friends bring roses to lay on the Stone under the arch

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Glenn Venner of the Military Order of the Stars and Bars and Bob Croye of the Sons of Confederate Veterans at the service

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Colonel Chaplain Ed Sensenbrenner gave the Invocation and Benediction

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Remembering Americans by Monty Chase

            National Road Marker Replaced

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At long last, the 6 Mile Marker on the National Road has returned to it’s original location (this is not a replica.) It is located just to the west of the on ramp to I-270 north on West Broad St. The Hilltop Historical Society was given the Mile Marker over 10 years ago and had it in safe storage at Modlich Monument Company until it went to the Country Engineer for restoration and to be put back in place. We thank both the Modlich Monument Company and Dean Ringle the Franklin Country Engineer for maintaining this part of the Hilltop History.

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Camp Chase Confederate Cemetery May 2010

  

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