Haydenville, Ohio

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Haydenville Historic Town
Haydenville, Ohio is located in Ohio
Haydenville, Ohio
Location Haydenville
Coordinates 39°28′41″N 82°19′31″W / 39.47806°N 82.32528°W / 39.47806; -82.32528Coordinates: 39°28′41″N 82°19′31″W / 39.47806°N 82.32528°W / 39.47806; -82.32528
Area 20 acres (8.1 ha)
Built 1870
Governing body Private
NRHP Reference # 73001480[1]
Added to NRHP March 20, 1973

Haydenville is a census-designated place in southern Green Township, Hocking County, Ohio, United States.[2] It lies along U.S. Route 33 and the Hocking River, southeast of the city of Logan, the county seat of Hocking County.[3] Its elevation is 705 feet (215 m), and it is located at 39°28′55″N 82°19′42″W / 39.48194°N 82.32833°W / 39.48194; -82.32833 (39.4820130, -82.3282074).[4] Although Haydenville is unincorporated, it has a post office, established on January 10, 1870,[5] and a nearby cemetery.[6] Its ZIP code is 43127;[7] the ZCTA for ZIP Code 43127 had a population of 67 at the 2000 census.[8]


Haydenville was founded in 1852.[9] It was named for Peter Hayden, the original owner of the town site.[10]

In 1973, the community was listed on the National Register of Historic Places as a historic district under the name of "Haydenville Historic Town." Over 120 contributing properties were included in the historic district's 20 acres (8.1 ha).[1]


Further reading[edit]

  • Tribe, Ivan (1988). Little Cities of Black Diamonds: Urban Development in the Hocking Coal Region, 1870-1900. Athens, OH: Athens County Historical Society.