ALIGN=bottom>

Ames Township House

As I was in the process of posting sites on the World Wide Web, a fellow student informed me that her house in Ames Township on route 550 was a resting place for fugitives.

The McDougal family history states that the family served meals in this home and then directed the escapees to the next stop. On one occasion, slave-hunters were hot on the trail of their runaways when the McDougal family safely hid them in the near-by woods.

(Information obtained 5-17-98 by phone interview with Karen Ramey.)

Fore more sites, go to . . .

1. Canaanville House

2. Harold's Mill

3. Kasler Creek House

4. William House

5. Whitmore House

6. Ames Twn. Caves

8. Owens House

9. Misc. Sites

 

Or go back to first page.