Founded 1973

Spitler House
Spitler House Community Museum 14 Market Street
Community Museum

 Railroad Depot
Chessie Caboose & Brookville Depot at Cusick & Hay Ave.
Depot Museum


P.O. Box 82
Brookville, Ohio 45309-0082

The Brookville Historical Society was founded to preserve the Spitler House, Brookville history and artifacts and promote family history research. The society’s main function is discovering and collecting materials that establish or illustrate the history and heritage of our community. The society preserves its collections and allows access, where feasible, for those who wish to examine or study the holdings.

Montgomery County, Ohio Pages

Montgomery County Townships  

The Grand Opening of
Brookville Historical Society's new Exhibit Building
was held on Veterans Day November 11, 2009

Brookville Historical Society Exhibition Building at 3 Hay Ave.

Located in the First Meridian Survey and Between the Miamis Survey -- In the First  Meridian  (West of the Great Miami) Survey, Ranges are numbered starting at the First Meridian ( Indiana/Ohio state line) Montgomery County is in Ranges 4, 5 &  6 east. Townships are numbered northward from the Great Miami River. In the Between the Miamis Survey, Ranges are numbered northward from the Ohio River and Townships are eastward from the Great Miami River. The Greenville Treaty Line is the northern boundary for these surveys.


Communities Links
Butler Little York, Vandalia

The City of Brookville, Ohio

Clay Arlington, Bachman, Brookville Dodson, Phillipsburg
German Germantown, Sunbury
Harrison Dayton

Montgomery County Rootsweb
Website maintained by Pamela P. Arnold

Jackson Farmersville, Johnsville, New Lebanon
Jefferson Ellerton, Gettersburg, Liberty
Mad River Dayton, Harshmanville

Montgomery County
Chapter, OGS

Madison Post Town Stillwater Junction Trotwood
Miami Alexandersville, Bridgeport, Miamisburg, West Carrollton
Perry Air Hill Brookville, Johnsville, New Lebanon, Pyrmont


Randolph Clayton, Englewood, Salem, Union

Cemetery Index

Van Buren Dayton, Kettering, Moraine, Oakwood

Populated Places
Church Locations
School Locations

Washington Centerville, Woodbourne
Wayne Huber Heights



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