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Heighway/Highway Family

Contributor:
Images contributed by Dorothy Fitzpatrick 8 November & 10 November 2004
Comments:
Dorothy Fitzpatrick writes,
" My husband is a decendant of Samuel Highway, founder of Waynesville. Samuel Heighway/Highway son, Samuel II and his sons Edward and John D. went to Indiana in the area of Kosciusco County and Fulton County area and another son Benjamin Franklin went to Illinois. It is said that in the U.S. all "Heighways/Highways" lead to Waynesville, Ohio."
Related Links:
Biographical Sketch of William H. Heighway from page 852 of Beers 1882 History of Warren County Ohio

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W. H. Heighway

Image is from page 483 of Beers 1882 History of Warren County, Ohio

John Heighway

Image from photo which hangs in Snow Library in Waynesville, Ohio

Samuel Heighway/Highway Cabin

Built in Waynesville, Ohio by its founder Samuel Heighway/Highway. The cabin was moved to a park, Caesar's Creek Pioneer Village, with other cabins in Waynesville.

Samuel Heighway's Original Layout of Waynesville, Ohio, 1792

1875 Map of Waynesville, Ohio


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