Tombstone Travels Four
Oct 12, 2013
3 pm. 5 pm. 7 pm. Stroll through history with some of Logans notable characters. Amanda BrownYessica Barber may or may not have killed her husband so she will tell you her side of the story. Let us add, if Amanda did him in he had it coming. The Old Oak Tree Rick Webb is over 600 years old and is returning actually he never left to continue telling stories from its point of view. Logans oldest cemetery will also be visited by a Surprise Spirit Derek Mills. Ida Steinman Hocking County Commissionner Sandra Ogle became the first postmistress in Hocking County in 1922, a post rarely held by a woman anywhere in the country. The Bowen House Community Center for Arts and Education exists today thanks to the union of John Rochester Tim Roberts and Eveline Tufts Gretchen Rochester-Fugett - and yes, she is a descendent 175 years ago. Their daughter Lucy Eveline Rochester married Charles Edward Bowen in 1877. William Montgomery Pastor Randy Hardman, Mrs. Wilford Stiers Glennda Tingle, Margaret SaumenigKaren Raymore are all trailblazers in Logans history will also join us. Tours will depart from the Logan Central Elementary parking lot, located across the street from the cemetery. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children 12 and under. Tickets are available at the Hocking Hills Welcome Center, 13178 State Route 664 S, Logan or by calling 740-385-2750. Tickets are also available for purchase at the Tour. This tour of Logan's oldest cemetery is sponsored by Logan Town Center, in cooperation with The Bowen House, Hocking County Childrens Chorus, Hocking County Historical Society, Hocking Hills Tourism Association, the City of Logan and Logan-Hocking School District.
Cost: $10/$5 per personContact:
Logan Town Center
Main Market Streets
Web Site: http://www.logantowncenter.com/