Mt. Zion Church And Cemetery...

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At the intersection of North Fairfield and Indian Ripple Roads stands the former Mount Zion church and cemetery as well as the Mt. Zion Park Cemetery.  Mt. Zion was a Reformed Church connected to both Beaver and Hawker churches.  In 1845, 60 members of Beaver Church formed a separate congregation and formed Mt. Zion.  The land for Mt. Zion Park Cemetery was donated to the public by Benjamin Darst as a then free burying ground.

Indian Ripple Road was re-routed in the early 2000’s, removing the jog around the retaining wall that seemed to attract the front ends of many American muscle cars.

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