Plumwood, Ohio

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Plumwood, Ohio
Unincorporated community
Location of Plumwood, Ohio
Location of Plumwood, Ohio
Coordinates: 40°00′29″N 83°24′56″W / 40.00806°N 83.41556°W / 40.00806; -83.41556Coordinates: 40°00′29″N 83°24′56″W / 40.00806°N 83.41556°W / 40.00806; -83.41556
Country United States
State Ohio
County Madison
Township Monroe
Elevation 1,007 ft (307 m)
Time zone Eastern (EST) (UTC-5)
 • Summer (DST) EDT (UTC-4)
GNIS feature ID 1070904[1]

Plumwood is a census-designated place in central Monroe Township, Madison County, Ohio, United States.[2] It lies at the intersection of State Route 38 with Arthur Bradley Road, 8½ miles (13½ km) north of the city of London, the county seat of Madison County. The Spring Fork of the Little Darby Creek flows past the community.[3]

Plumwood was originally laid out on December 23, 1895, by Charles F. Sanford. The community was originally named Sanford, but the name was later changed.[4] As of 1915, the community was one of the largest trade posts in the county, with three large general stores, a blacksmith, six threshing outfits, three hay baling outfits, and the population was 200.[4]

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