• The Big Bone Methodist Church was built in 1888 by the Masons.

  • The Anderson Ferry began operation in 1817 and has been in constant operation since.

  • South Lebanon is the oldest town in Warren County, Ohio. It was founded in 1795 as part of the Symmes Purchase.

  • Morrow, Ohio was laid out in August 1844 and was named in honor of the former governor, Jeremiah Morrow.

  • Two Railroad lines passed through Morrow with the first line being constructed in 1837.

  • The Morrow, Ohio area has a wide variety of school buildings including several one room houses still in existence.

  • The King Mansion in Kings Mills, Ohio was built in 1855 by Ahimaaz King. It was the first home built in Kings Mills which was a company owned town.

  • This former brewery was built in the 1850s where in 19o2 when the county went “dry”, the brewery was converted over to produce soft drinks.

  • Cemeteries dating back to the early 1800s can be found throughout the cemeteries in Morrow, Ohio.

  • Morrow, Ohio has been home to several famous people, including: Marie Earls, Edward Deering Mansfield and Earl Fuller.