Ingham, Ohio

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Location of Ingham, Ohio

Coordinates: 39°18.695′N 82°18.05′W / 39.311583°N 82.30083°W / 39.311583; -82.30083 Ingham (also known as Ingham Station or Ingham's Station) is a ghost town in southeastern Brown Township, Vinton County, Ohio, United States.[1] Of this small mining community, very little remains: mostly foundations, rubbish, and filled-in mine & tunnel entrances.[citation needed] During its peak, several buildings were located in the community: a train station/general store/post office, schoolhouse, coal tipple, power house, and several private residences.[citation needed]

William N. Jaynes was postmaster from March 25, 1903, until mail was discontinued on April 30, 1904, when it was sent to the Mineral post office.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ DeLorme. Ohio Atlas & Gazetteer. 7th ed. Yarmouth: DeLorme, 2004, p. 79. ISBN 0-89933-281-1.
  2. ^ Vinton County, Ohio Postmasters, National Archives, copied to Rootsweb and maintained by Charles R. Weese. Accessed 2007-09-10.