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Paint Mare for Sale in Painesville, OH
Well Mannered, no vices, very calm, and excellent conformation. Up to date on shots, worming, just shoed. Wonderful addition to any family and / or breeding program. Great for show or 4- H. Email or call for pics or meeting
About Painesville, OH
Painesville was settled by Americans shortly after the Revolutionary War. It was still considered part of the Connecticut Western Reserve. General Edward Paine (1746–1841), who had served as a captain in the Connecticut militia during the war, and John Walworth arrived in 1800 with a party of sixty-six settlers, among the first in the Western Reserve. General Paine later represented the region in the territorial legislature of the Northwest Territory. In 1800 the Western Reserve became Trumbull County and at the first Court of Quarter Sessions, the county was divided into eight townships.