Explore the history of Fairfield, Ohio. Visit the historic landmark, Elisha Morgan Farm Mansion, built in 1817. The Miami Chapel Cemetery, located in Fairfield, is the final resting place for a Revolutionary War soldier, a War of 1812 soldier and four veterans from the Civil War.
Fairfield History & Heritage
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The Elisha Morgan Mansion is a Flemish Bond brick farm "mansion," built c.1817, and stands as a treasured historic landmark in the City of Fairfield. It has been determined that the house, as it presently stands, was constructed in three stages. The original Federal style front portion, facing Ross...More Info
This quarter-acre historical cemetery is the final resting place for a Revolutionary War soldier, a War of 1812 soldier and four veterans from the Civil War. The earliest burial is believed to be in 1810 and the latest in 1941.More Info
Symmes Burial Grounds is considered a historical site by the City of Fairfield. It is located on Nilles Road at Hicks Boulevard, accessible by parking the Fairfield YMCA and walking the bike/hike path to the stairs that lead up to the burial grounds. Once more than two acres in size, the site is...More Info