List of Michigan State Historic Sites in Ionia County

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The following is a list of Michigan State Historic Sites in Ionia County, Michigan. Sites marked with a dagger (†) are also listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Ionia County, Michigan.[1]

Current listings[edit]

Name Image Location City Listing date
Alvah N. Belding Memorial Library AlvahNBeldingMemorialLibraryBeldingMi 302 East Main Street Belding June 10, 1980
Belding City Hall Belding City Hall 120 Pleasant Street Belding 2012
Belrockton Dormitory Belrockton Dormitory 108 Hanover Street Belding May 10, 1990
John C. Blanchard House JohnCBlanchardHouseIoniaMi 253 East Main Street Ionia May 17, 1973
L. Phillip and Bertha Brock House L. Phillip & Bertha Brock House 409 Union Street Ionia January 19, 1989
Winslow P. Burhans House Winslow P. Burhans House 220 Rich Street Ionia May 17, 1973
Detroit, Lansing and Northern Railway Depot Detroit, Lansing and Northern Railroad Depot Emerson Street Lake Odessa February 16, 1989
Louis P. Essick House Louis Essick House Ionia 644 East Main Street Ionia December 17, 1987
First Roadside Table Informational Site The Roadside Table Grand River Avenue, east of Morrison Lake Road, near Saranac Saranac December 10, 1963
Grand Trunk Western Saranac Depot Grand Trunk Western Depot 138 S. Bridge St. Saranac August 23, 1990
Governor Fred W. Green House Governor Fred W. Green House 320 Union Street Ionia July 26, 1973
Frederick Hall House† (Hall-Fowler Memorial Library) Hall-Fowler Memorial Library 126 East Main Street Ionia January 22, 1971
Homer-Holbrook Flour and Grist Mill (Burned/Demolished) South Washington Street at Fish Creek Hubbardston February 19, 1987
Ionia Church of Christ Ionia Church of Christ 130 East Washington Street Ionia June 15, 1984
Ionia County Courthouse IoniaCountyCouthouseIoniaMi 1000 East Main Street Ionia March 2, 1976
Oscar R. Long House Oscar R. Long House 144 East Main Street Ionia May 17, 1973
Lovell-Webber House† (demolished) SiteofLovellWebberHouseIoniaMiDEMOLISHED.jpg 111 East Main Street Ionia May 17, 1973
Lyons Prairie Site SE 18, 07 N, 05 W, confluence of the Maple and Grand rivers Lyons July 26, 1973
Muir Church of Christ First Christian Church Muir 138 Garden Street Muir May 17, 1973
John C. Olry Farmstead John C. Olry Farmstead 3226 East Musgrove Highway Lake Odessa February 28, 1986
Orleans Township District No. 10 School 8013 N Decker Road Orleans June 20, 1991
Pere Marquette Railway Belding Depot PereMarquetteRailwayDepotBeldingMi 100 Depot Street Belding April 15, 1999
Portland First Congregational Church FirstCongregationalChurchPorldandMI2 421 East Bridge Street Portland May 17, 1973
Andrew B. Robinson House Andrew Robinson House Muir 515 Ionia Street Muir May 17, 1973
St. John the Baptist Church / St. John the Baptist Cemetery St John the Baptist Church Hubbardston 324 South Washington Street Hubbardston January 18, 2001
Saint John's Episcopal Church and Parish House St, Johns Episcopal Church - Ionia 107 West Washington Street, at Kidd Street Ionia April 24, 1981
Village of Saranac Informational Site Saranac sign Entrance to Scheid Park, Main Street, between Fuller Street and Jackson Road Saranac June 27, 1969
Sessions Schoolhouse Sessions Schoolhouse Ionia Riverside Drive at Jordan Lake Road Ionia vicinity May 17, 1973
Edward Stevenson General Store Edward Stevenson General Store 351 West Main Street Ionia May 17, 1973
Isaac H. Thayer House Issac H. Thayer House 116 East High Street Ionia May 17, 1973
William H. VanderHeyden House WilliamHVanderHeydenHouseIoniaMi 926 West Main Street Ionia May 17, 1973
Village of Smyrna Informational Site Smyrna MI sign 4972 Whites Bridge Road Smyrna January 27, 1983
Benjamin C. and Lucia Vosper House Benjamin & Lucia Vosper House 267 East Main Street Ionia September 23, 1993
Samuel Webber House Samuel Webber House Lyons 644 East Bridge Street Lyons September 21, 1976
Weippert Mill Northwest corner of Keefer Highway and Bippley Road Sebewa August 3, 1979
White's Covered Bridge (Destroyed by arson July 7, 2013) WhitesBridge FlatRiver SouthEnd DSCN9928.JPG Whitesbridge Road over the Flat River, south of 4 Mile Road Keene Township February 17, 1965
Women's Suffrage Amendment of 1918 Commemorative Designation 252 Kent Street Portland September 16, 1986

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  1. ^ National Park Service (2009-03-13). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.