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To commemorate The Amish Mennonite Settlement founded in Butler County in 1819 by Christian Augspurger (1782- 1848) as the third Amish community in Ohio and the westernmost for immigrants from Alsace
This hamlet, located one mile southwest from here, was never platted, but was named after William Woods, president of the three-story brick Woodsdale paper mill constructed in 1867. Flanking the mill were the company office and store and several w…
This farm, Chrisholm (German for home farm of Christian Augspurger), was established in 1830 by Christian Augspurger (1782-1848), leader of the Amish Mennonite settlement in Butler County. The Amish selected this area because of rich, fertile farm…
Birthplace of James M. Cox 1870-1957 Member of Congress: 1909-13 Governor of Ohio: 1913-15, 1917-19, 1919-21 Democratic Nominee for President of The United States: 1920
Site of the home of Trenton's founder, Michael Pearce, and his wife, Phebe Squier Pearce. The family migrated from New Jersey in 1801, purchased 1,500 acres, and settled in this location. Michael Pearce and David Enyeart platted the village of 33 …
Side A: The Village of TrentonPlatted 1816. Incorporated as Village 1895. Became a city 1971 Trenton's founder, Michael Pearce, came to the area in 1801. The original village of 33 lots was named Bloomfield. When the post office was established…
Side A: BusenbarkIn 1833, Robert Busenbark deeded land to the directors of School District No. 6 for Busenbark School. Twenty years later, Robert and son David granted a right-of-way on their property for a station on the Cincinnati, Hamilton & Da…