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The sacrifice of the few insured the freedom of many A grateful community remembers those who served in the Armed Forces of the United States during time of war and peace, whose courage and personal sacrifices defended and preserved our …
This flag pole dedicated November 11, 1940 by Mayor William Wrobbel honoring his father John Wrobbel recipient of the Distinguished Service Cross & veteran of the Spanish- American War & World War I
Side A Recognized by many as "one of the most active communities in Southwestern Ohio, the Bloomingburg area was a significant link in the Underground Railroad. As many as twelve to sixteen escaped slaves were said to have been passed thro…
Erectedin honor ofSoldiersof All Wars Humbly We Praise
The Bloomingburg Presbyterian Church and cemetery was established in the northwest corner of the current cemetery grounds on March 7, 1818. Several years later it became a center for anti-slavery activity. The Reverend William Dickey, who presided…