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Logan, John A. (1865- 1899)

Submitted by Marcia Levy Major John Alexander Logan, Jr. was born in Carbondale, Illinois in 1865.  His father, General John A. Logan(1826-1886) was a General during the Civil War, a US Senator, and a Vice Presidential candidate.   His mother Mary Cunningham (1838-1923) was a writer…

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Warren Civic Music Association

Submitted by Warren Civic Music Association HISTORY Warren Civic Music Association is the oldest community arts organization in Trumbull County and one of the first in Ohio. It is located in Northeastern Ohio, midway between Cleveland and Pittsburgh, in an area rich in history, the…

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Brown, James F. (1918-2015)

Submitted by Jane Anthony James F. Brown was editor of the Warren Tribune Chronicle. He was born in Centralia, Illinois in 1918. His family moved to Akron, Ohio and then to Niles where Jim attended High School. It was in high school…

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Zuga, Frank (1913-1997)

Submitted by Roselyn Zuga Jackson My father, Frank Zuga, was an independent grocer who worked in small privately owned stores during his working career. He started as a very young man working in a store in Warren on the 2200 block of Niles Road,…

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Warner, Jonathan (1865-1934)

Submitted by Marcia Levy Jonathan Warner was born in 1865 in Mineral Ridge, Ohio. His parents were Jacob Warner (1806—1910) and Maria Lewis (1846). He graduated from The Rayen School in Youngstown and attended Williams College where he dropped out in his junior  year to…

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Liberty & Vienna Railroad

Submitted by Richard K. Fleischer If you were to travel to Vienna, Oh. today you would be hard pressed to find any evidence that a railroad ever entered the town. Fact is, though, that at one time two railroads entered the town, and that, for…

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Mineral Ridge Railroad

Submitted by Richard K. Fleischer Mineral Ridge is an appropriate name for the village as it was a place where an abundance of coal and iron was found. The local supply of raw materials was the reason that the iron industry flourished in the Mahoning…

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Crane, Clarence (1875-1931)

Submitted by Gavin Esposito Clarence A. Crane (April 5th, 1875–July 6th, 1931) was a confectioner responsible for the invention of Lifesavers candy. For a brief time, he resided in Trumbull County, owning a maple syrup refinery in Warren Born on April 5th, 1875 as the…

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Mahoning Coal Railroad- New York Central

Submitted by Richard K. Fleischer This railroad had two lines in Trumbull County, running the entire length of the county in the following townships: Liberty, Hubbard, Brookfield, Vienna, Fowler, Hartford, Johnston, Vernon, Gustavus, and Kinsman.  The Mahoning Coal Railroad and the New York…

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Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, Lake Branch

Submitted by Richard K. Fleischer Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Lake Branch and the Painesville & Youngstown Railway The B&O Lake Branch was the first narrow gauge line in the state for common carrier business, and was built within two weeks of the Denver &…

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Economos, D. James (1938-2015)

Submitted by the Economos Family Jim Economos was born on October 29, 1938, in Warren, Ohio, the only son of Harry and Joan Econo-mos. Jim attended Warren schools from Garfield Elementary School to East Junior High School through Warren G. Harding High School, where he…

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