Annie Oakley historical marker unveiled in Greenville

GREENVILLE — A historical marker was unveiled for Annie Oakley Saturday afternoon at the Zemer-Broderick Boarding House located at 227 E. Third St., according to News Center 7 reporter Steve Baker.

This was the last place Annie Oakley lived before she passed away on November 3, 1926.

She was cremated, and her ashes were later buried in the Brock Cemetery north of Greenville.

Annie Oakley festivities took place Sunday at both Greenville’s Garst Museum and the Darke County Fairground.

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