1850 on the east bank of Sterling Fork of White Oak Creek and the lots were surveyed by a William Mc Lain. Growth was slow until the Cincinnati & Eastern Railroad reached town on April 19, 1877.
The village was laid out by Daniel Keethler on September 3. In June of 1929, Radio Station WHBD “went on the air” from the rear of Doc Moler’s Garage and General Store on East Main Street.
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The first village smith’s were Charles Zeller and Henry Varley. Michael Stroup’s son, Joseph Michael Stroup became a Dr. There were very few subscribers to the telephone exchange.
Orab is located in Brown County Ohio about 12 miles from the county seat of Georgetown. Orab had become an incorporated village The first postmaster of the town was Levi G. some of the others to follow were William Weeks, and Dr.
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By this time, as mentioned at an Iroquois Council of that year, a group of indians began moving into this area, and they became known as the "Senecas of the Sandusky." It has often been written that there were probably few, if any, Senecas among them, as the Senecas were an Iroquois tribe native to New York.