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Source:
Green County 1803  - 1908.
Edited by A Committee of the Home Coming Association -
Xenia, Ohio -
The Aldine Publishing House
1908
(Transcribed by Sharon Wick)

Pg. 118

JASPER TOWNSHIP

     This township was created in 1853 out of portions of Cedarville, Ross, Silver Creek, Caesar's Creek and Xenia Townships.  NEW JASPER, the only town, is about 70 years old and has a population of something less than 100.  It contains a township house, a Methodist Episcopal church (both of brick and built in 1882), two stores, and a blacksmith shop.  There is also a hall

where the Junior Order and the Daughters of America hold their meetings.  On the eastern edge of the township is the Caesar's Creek Baptist church.  There are also in the township a tile factory, a sawmill, and two extensive limestone quarries which yield excellent building stone.  (For a view of New Jasper, see Caesar's Creek Township.)

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