This once was the longtime parsonage for the local Evangelical United Brethren Church. The church was located east of here at 170 E. Columbus Street beside the Violet Cemetery. Local legend is that the parsonage is haunted by the ghost of an old woman.

The Pickerington Mill used to be located across the street in the grassy area along the south side of the railroad tracks. The mill opened in 1883, and farmers brought their grain to town where it was processed, then shipped out by rail. Flour milling stopped in the early 1930s, but feed mixing continued until 1971. A bag of the mill’s “Violet Queen” flour can be seen at the Historical Society Museum. Church Street used to be Mill Street.

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