• Posted in: Friday Favorites Friday Favorite: Fall Creek Cemetery and Ebenezer Lutheran Church

    It’s a Small (After)world…* Fall Creek Cemetery, a true Indiana pioneer graveyard, can be found at approximately 4100 Millersville Road, just east of Keystone Avenue — tucked between an aging urban business district and the contrasting beauty...

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  • Posted in: Friday Favorites Friday Favorite: Laurel Hall

    The Millersville Millionaires –  Now tucked away behind gates amongst old growth trees and more contemporary homes, sits the 1916 estate of Stoughton Fletcher, the Millersville millionaire. The Jacobean Revival-style manor designed by Herbert L. Bass (noted architect of...

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  • Posted in: Friday Favorites Friday Favorite: Millersville Masons

    Millersville Lodge No. 126, F. & A. M. Some one has blended the plaster, And some one has carried the stone; Neither the man nor the Master, Ever has builded alone. The verse above by...

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  • Posted in: Friday Favorites Friday Favorite: Millersville Memories

    Mills, Mayhem and Masons… Oh My! The village of Millersville is located on the border of Washington and Lawrence townships in northeastern Marion County. It is roughly defined by Kessler Boulevard, 56th Street, Emerson Way, Fall Creek...

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  • Posted in: Friday Favorites Friday Favorite: What’s In Store?

    What’s in Store for the Historic General Store at Millersville? While chatting with a friend on a Facebook page devoted to local history buffs just a few weeks ago, I was introduced to a photo of...

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  • Posted in: Mailbag HI Mailbag: Hammond’s Grove

    Readers’s Question: Over the years, I’ve picked up a couple of postcards showing “Hammond’s Grove.”  Can you tell me what this place was and where it was located?  ~ Evan Finch, Indianapolis  HI’s Answer: The name...

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