This is the burial site of U.S. Senator Thomas Morris. Senator Morris was the only anti-slavery spokesman in the U.S. Senate from 1836-39. He ran as Vice-President on the Liberty Party Ticket in 1844. He, along with John Jolliffe and Owen Fishback, defended Reverend John B. Mahan, in 1834. Mahan was accused of assisting a slave to freedom.
Visitor Information: Currently open to public.
Location: St. Rt. 133 (North Main Street), Bethel, 45106
National Park Unit: No
Ownership: The Village of Bethel
Location Type: Site
UGRR Operatives: Thomas Morris, U.S. Senator