The Underground Railroad was neither a “railroad”, nor was it “underground”. It was a way to escort thousands of escaped slaves from the South to Canada prior to and during the Civil War. The citizens who assisted the slaves were called “conductors”, and the stables, attics and...Read More
THE TAVERN AND LIVERY AT KENILWORTH - Initially, there were other buildings on this site, probably simple “pioneer” structures. Jonathan Worthen, Greene’s first merchant, came with a wagonload of goods and had a business at this site. He purchased the land from Gardner Greene,...Read More
2281 Kinsman Road NE-North Bloomfield, OH 44450 | (703) 898-1966
For the last hundred-plus years, this former hotel and stagecoach stop has functioned as a large (3,500 sq. ft.) comfortable family home. In addition to the large barn, there is nearly 3 acres of land, enough for a large garden and a horse or two. We’ve been honored to make updates and improvements over the years.
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GREENE TOWNSHIP, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO – Greene is located in the north central portion of Trumbull County. New Englander, Gardiner Greene, an investor in the Connecticut Land Company, originally purchased it. It was settled in 1817 by a group of New England families. Many of their descendants still reside in the township.