Wayne County, Ohio was named after General “Mad” Anthony Wayne who earned his name from his courageous actions during the American Revolutionary War
Wayne County was established in 1812 and named after the American Revolution General, “Mad” Anthony Wayne. Wayne county is home to the lovely towns of Orville, Rittman, Norton, and Wooster. Between these towns, you will find a tasteful variety of shopping, eating, and historical sites.
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