Benders Bridge, left, was located on Livingston Avenue crossing Blacklick Creek almost at SR 256. 

The man in the photo is Lambert Moor, Husband of Kitty Graham Moor and Father of the photographer, Charles Moor. 

​Color photo, Green Gables Restaurant, July 1987.

​Below, Constable Bert Ebright about 1939 with his 1936 Dodge Coupe.

The other Truro Constable was Darl Carson. 


Taking you back in time, memories of the Reynoldsburg, Ohio area. 

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Reynoldsburg-Truro Historical Society  © 2018     

Left to Right: Niel Graham, Pete Ashton, George Compton, Bryant Slack, Bill Damsel, John Cobel, Rex Whitehead, Bert Ebright, Wally Hempstead, Jake VanSchoyck, Gib Barrett, Dan Compton, Harold Montgomery, John Schwartz and Ez Stapleton. Chief Vinton Raymer is in the white hat and coat.

Deb-e Hutson, in 1966, the First Reynoldsburg Tomato Festival Queen, rides in the Festival Parade with Mayor Twyford. Photo sent to us by 1972 RHS Graduate Melody Weathers, the late Deb-e's sister. Melody now sells beautiful Texas Hill Country Real Estate in San Antonio.