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Ertel Run

Ertel to start a thread in the American state of Ohio. It is a tributary of the little Miami river. Oertel was named after an early settler. Spelling "Ertls work."

                                               

Excello, Ohio

Excello is an unincorporated community in Central lemon township, Butler County, Ohio, United States, on the South side of Middletown. It is roughly the area South of Oxford state road and highway 73, West of highway 4 and East of the great Miami ...

                                               

Fanni Tellis Creek

                                               

Farmers, Ohio

The former variant was named station of the farmers. Station farmers had their start when the railroad was extended to that point, but the town was not officially platted. A post office called Station farmers was founded in 1859 and remained in o ...

                                               

Fosters, Ohio

The fosters is an unincorporated community in southern Warren County, Ohio, USA. It is located on the Miami river in Deerfield and Hamilton townships. It is located about two miles southwest of Hopkinsville, two miles West of Maineville, and two ...

                                               

Four Bridges, Ohio

Four bridges is located along the Eastern border of Butler County, in the southeastern part of liberty township. It is bordered to the South-West Chester township and to the East of the city of Mason in Warren County. Four of the bridge consists ...

                                               

Genntown, Ohio

                                               

Goshen, Ohio

Goshen is a census-designated place in Central Goshen township, Clermont County, Ohio, USA. It will be located in the center of highway 28, approximately midway between Milford and Blanchester.

                                               

Greentree Corners, Ohio

Greentree corners is an unincorporated community in Northern Turtlecreek township, Warren County, Ohio, USA. It is located at the intersection of route 741 and Greentree road about one and a half miles North of Otterbein, two miles from the red L ...

                                               

Grog Run

Grog is a stream in the U.S. state of Ohio. According to Warren County Genealogical society, the origin of the name "grog" - unknown. Locally, the name comes from the stream that runs parallel with the road. Grog Creek, as it is called here, prod ...

                                               

Gum Grove, Ohio

                                               

Gurneyville, Ohio

Gurneyville was platted in 1847 and named for Joseph John gurney, the famous Quaker. A post office called Gurneyville was founded in 1875 and remained in operation until 1905.

                                               

Hagemans Crossing, Ohio

Hagemans crossing is an unincorporated community in Union township, Warren County, Ohio, USA. Located in the Western part of the village, it is located on the old Cincinnati and Xenia pike, now route 42, about halfway between Lebanon and Mason. I ...

                                               

Halls Creek (Ohio)

                                               

Hamlet, Ohio

                                               

Hammel and Millgrove, Ohio

HAMMEL and Millgrove extinct towns in Western Warren County, Ohio, USA. They are located along the little Miami river, about 2 miles South of Fort Ancient and 1 mile North of Roachester in the Straut road crossing of the river. Hammel is located ...

                                               

Hickoryville, Ohio

                                               

Hicks, Ohio

                                               

Hillcrest, Ohio

Hillcrest is an unincorporated place in Central Warren County, Ohio, USA on route 42 about halfway between Mason, 4 miles southwest, in Lebanon, 3 miles to the North-East. Community on both sides of the border between the village Turtlecreek and ...

                                               

Hills, Ohio

The name of the option was the Breakfast. Post office under the name of the station hills was founded in 1870 and remained in operation until 1925. In addition, the post office, station hills was a store and a warehouse in Cincinnati and Marietta ...

                                               

Hopkinsville, Ohio

Hopkinsville is an unincorporated community in Northern Hamilton township, Warren County, Ohio, USA, about one mile North of Maineville, two miles South of South Lebanon, and three miles Northwest of fosters at the crossroads of highway 48 and hi ...

                                               

Irons Run

                                               

Jonahs Run

Ion to start a thread in the American state of Ohio. It is a tributary to Caesar Creek. Jonah was named after an early settler. The names were "ion Run" and "Jonass work."

                                               

Jonesboro, Ohio

                                               

Kenricksville, Ohio

Kenricksville an unincorporated community located at the intersection of state routes 48 and Ohio 73 in Clearcreek township, Warren County, Ohio, USA. The boundaries of this hamlet extend North on SR 48 to the homes located on Harlan and SR 73 to ...

                                               

Kingman, Ohio

Kingman is an unincorporated community in Clinton County, Ohio. Nearby North Kingman is also specified as a GNIs populated place.

                                               

Klocks Crossing, Ohio

                                               

Lake Lorelei, Ohio

Lake Lorelei is a gated community and census-designated place in brown County, Ohio, United States of America, near the village of Fayetteville. According to the 2010 census, it had a population of 1.170.

                                               

Laurel, Ohio

Laurel was originally known as van Burenville, and under the latter name was laid out in 1837. Post office under the name of Laurel was founded in 1844 and remained in operation until 1907.

                                               

Layhigh, Ohio

Layhigh an unincorporated community in Butler County in the U.S. state of Ohio. The community was so named because of its high altitude of 910 metres above sea level.

                                               

Lees Creek (Ohio)

Fox Creek is a stream in highland, Fayette and Clinton County, Ohio, USA. Fox Creek was named after Peter Lee, the government surveyor.

                                               

Level, Ohio

Level is an unincorporated community in southern Harlan township, Warren County, Ohio, USA, which in the 19th century was a station on the Marietta and Cincinnati railroad and had its own post office, since closed. According to the us geographic ...

                                               

Lindale, Ohio

A post office called Lynden was established in 1869, the name was changed the same year in Lindal, and the post office closed in 1907. In addition, a post office, the Church and the mill stood near the site of the city.

                                               

Locust Corner, Ohio

Corner locust, originally called pleasant hill, had its beginning in 1830 when the first store opened. A post office called the angle of the locusts was created in 1846 and remained in operation until 1905.

                                               

Lytle Creek (Ohio)

                                               

Marathon, Ohio

Marathon is an unincorporated community in Eastern Jackson township, Clermont County, Ohio, USA. Although it is unincorporated, it had a post office, with the zip code in 45145. The current index is 45118. It is located along highway 50.

                                               

Martins Run

Martins to start a thread in the American state of Ohio. Martins was named after John Martin, a citizen of the pioneer. Martins run is one of the many creeks in Warren County, named after an early settler.

                                               

Mathers Mill, Ohio

Mathers mill, which is frequently called Mathers mills or mill Mathers, an unincorporated community in Warren County, Ohio, USA. It is about 5 miles East of Lebanon, and 2 miles South of Oregonia in Eastern Turtlecreek township. The district is s ...

                                               

Maud, Ohio

Mauds an unincorporated community in Central West Chester township, Butler County, Ohio, United States, located on Cincinnati–Dayton road. Originally known as the cobbler, it was renamed for Richard Maude, of the towns first postmaster, and was t ...

                                               

McGonigle, Ohio

McGonigle is an unincorporated community in northwestern Hanover township, Butler County, Ohio, United States about seven miles Northwest of Hamilton at the intersection of U.S. route 27 and route 130 in sections 17 and 18 R2ET4N land of Congress ...

                                               

Melvin, Ohio

                                               

Memphis, Ohio

                                               

Merrittstown, Ohio

                                               

Miamiville, Ohio

Miamiville is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in the Western town of Miami, County of Clermont, Ohio, United States, along the little Miami river and close to the tourist information Bicycle route. According to the 2010 ce ...

                                               

Middleboro, Ohio

                                               

Middletown Junction, Ohio

Middletown Crossroads is an unincorporated community and was the point on the North-West of Hamilton township, Warren County, Ohio, USA, on the Eastern shore of the little Miami river where the middletown and Cincinnati railroad, together with th ...

                                               

Millers Creek (Ohio)

Millers Creek is a stream in the U.S. state of Ohio. A 5-km-long stream flowing into shaker Creek. Millers Creek has the name of the local Miller family.

                                               

Modest, Ohio

                                               

Monterey, Clermont County, Ohio

Post office under the name Monterey was founded in 1847, and was discontinued in 1957. The community was named in memory of the battle of Monterey in 1846.

                                               

Moores Fork, Ohio

Post office under the name of Moores fork was founded in 1884 and remained in operation until 1906. The community takes its name from the nearby Moores fork Creek.

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