Explore Ohio history through stories, photos, videos, and events. The Ohio History Connection champions all Ohio history, including the 50+ historic sites in the Society's network throughout Ohio.
As a direct marketing organization, the Reynoldsburg Visitors & Community Activities Bureau has worked diligently to promote the City of Reynoldsburg on a local, state, and national level.
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To promote interest in, & appreciation of the history of Licking County, Ohio.
Founded in 1974, the Bexley Historical Society is a nonprofit organization that promotes interest and pride in the history of Bexley, Ohio, and the accomplishments of its citizens and institutions.
Welcome to the official website for Truro Township, Ohio a premiere community offering an ideal environment for all to call home.
Find a Grave's mission is to find, record and present final disposition information from around the world as a virtual cemetery experience.
The earliest stone found at Seceder Cemetery bears a 1818 date. The cemetery is behind a strip mall on the west side of State Route 256, in Reynoldsburg, Ohio.
Since its inception in 1999, the Whitehall Historical Society has endeavored to discover, document and celebrate its heritage as a truly “all-America” city.
One of the many goals of the Reynoldsburg Area Chamber of Commerce is to provide valuable services to the businesses, organizations and residents of Reynoldsburg, Ohio.
Stated aims of the Reynoldsburg-Truro Historical Society are to discover, preserve and disseminate knowledge of the history of Reynoldsburg and surrounding areas; and to illuminate past lives, events and activities.
The members and volunteers who comprise the West Licking County Historical Society come from a variety of backgrounds and career fields. The one thing we all have in common is our love for West Licking County and to preserve the history of our communities.
Annually for more than 45 years now, the citizens of Reynoldsburg have organized the Tomato Festival in celebration of Reynoldsburg as the birthplace of the commercial tomato.
Reynoldsburg, Ohio is known as "The Birthplace of the Tomato". The tomato was 'born' in Reynoldsburg in the 19th century with the help of local favorite son Alexander W. Livingston. Livingston developed the 'Paragon Tomato', billed as the first ever tomato bred for commercial use.
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