Virgil Shipley/News Honored as Landmark Businesses in Knox County by the Knox County Landmarks Foundation Thursday were, from left, Foster’s Pharmacy, represented by Heidi Hatfield; The Alcove, represented by Katie Wright, and Snyder Funeral Home, represented by Wes Snyder.
Virgil Shipley/News Several historic preservation awards were presented by the Knox County Landmarks Foundation Thursday. From left are Phyllis Williams, Volunteer of the year; Kenyon College, represented by Jen Odenweller, was honored for Outstanding Architectural  Contribution. The award for Landmark Preservation went to Rachel Mackall of Fredericktown for her Door 142 restaurant. Mark Ramser, who has been involved in numerous historic preservation projects, was honored for Individual Contribution for Historic Preservation.

 

MOUNT VERNON — Only one location made the “lost” list of historic sites in Knox County announced Thursday by the Knox County Landmarks Foundation, while two made the “saved” list and seven are on the “endangered” list.

The sole property on the lost list is the Friendship Chapel Church on Delaware Road. Built in 1871, it was torn down in January of this year, although the church bell was preserved in the cemetery across the road.

 

Chuck Martin: 740-397-5333 or cmartin@mountvernonnews.com and on Twitter, @mountvernonnews

 

 

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