Tentative Schedule of Events

Saturday Morning - June 26, 2010
9:00-11:00 Free Community
pancake
breakfast sponsored by Mayor Stefanik and City
Councily at the North Royalton High School.
10:00 Parade Staging -
11:00 Parade -
12:00 John Shepherd
Memorial Service
With Traveling Liberty Bell

1:00 Food Service -
Planned Ox-Roast
1:30 Flint Lock Match -
Limited to First 100 Entrants

Grand Prize -Flintlock Kentucky
Rifle with lock marked
"Leman/Lancaster/1840"

Donated by:
Little Johns Antique Arms Inc.
John Shepherd
Commemoration
American Revolution
Long Island  - Valcour Island - Trenton - Princeton- (Winters in)Morristown -
Brandywine(Wounded) - Germantown - White Marsh(Prisoner & Rescued) -
(Wintered in)Valley Forge - Monmouth
1775-1783
French & Indian War     
1754-1763
John Shepherd Commemoration Service
In North Royalton, Ohio
June 26-27, 2010
Winter in Morristown
The Battle of Long Island
The Battle of Brandywine
The Battle of Germantown
The Battle of White Marsh
Valley Forge the Story
The Battle of Monmouth
French and Indian War      MAPS
French and Indian War
French and Indian War
French and Indian War
French and Indian War Pictures
Battle of Valcour Island
Battle of Trenton
Battle of Princeton
(1729-1847)
Last Survivor
of
Braddock's Defeat
July 9, 1755
Longest Lived Soldier
of the
American Revolution
Age 117 years, 9 months
With Washington All The Way!
Click on Links below for more information
The Traveling Liberty Bell
An exact Replica of the  original Liberty Bell
Will make its first trip to Ohio for the
John Shepherd Commemoration Service
This will be your chance to ring the Liberty Bell
John Shepherd
an American Hero
CALENDAR CHANGE OF 1752 WAS NOT TAKEN INTO CONSIDERATION WHEN STONE WAS
CARVED, ANCESTOR WAS 117 YEARS AND 9 MONTHS 18 DAYS,WHEN HE DIED.
STONE CARVER USED WRONG SPELLING OF NAME, SHOULD BE SHEPHERD.
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