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John Gray Memorial

John Gray MemorialLocated at Roadside Park on SR 821 South of Belle Valley, Gray is thought to be the last survivor of the Revolutionary War in the nation. He died on March 29, 1868, at the age of 104. The park is a quiet and restful place offering sheltered picnic areas with tables. Restrooms are also available.

Located behind the Roadside Park and picnic area is a display of panels showing how coal is formed and mining procedures. This area is furnished by "The Ohioans For Coal Promotion, Inc". Located directly across the road you will also find the Inn At Belle Valley.

Suggested Activity - During your exploration of Noble County, seek out the actual grave and tombstone of John Gray near Brookfield Township Road 1130. For more clues check the Hidden Corridor.


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