Stairs at Grand Tavern built by Thomas Jeffersons son

photo by Tyrone Hemry November 2015

Pike County Library before it moved to its present location in 1978

Waverly Miscellaneous

Stairs at Grand Tavern built by Thomas Jeffersons son
photo by Tyrone Hemry November 2015

Pike County Fair September 14, 15, 16, 1910 held at 5th Street, Waverly, Ohio 

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Waverly Pee Pee Mill 

Noel's Market taken on 11 Nov 2002 on the owner, Charlie Noels 80 Birthday.  Prior to Charlie Noel owning, it was Owned by Betty and Carl Evans. Another prior owner was Barch's grocery, owned
by Pearl Barch and Grace Barch worked there.

Waverly power house and filter plant about 1911

Clarence Deering working in his shop

St. Rt 220 Covered bridge from Todd R. Clark collection

Former Judge L. G. Dill home 208 S Market Street, Waverly
photo by Tyrone Hemry 14 January 2014

 Lee flour Mill by D T & I RR Tracks Waverly, Ohio 1900 

Columbus and Southern Ohio Electric in 1978 and now used by the village of Waverly

Evangelical United Brethern Church on Third Street.  Built in 1858 and rebuilt in 1949.  It is now Calvary United Methodist Church

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Albert Farmer on train steam shoval 

Pike County Civil War Veterans early 1900's

Gary Minor collection

B. H. Davidson Jeweler on 120 North Market Street now known as Dixon Jewlers Inc. and prior to Dixon it was Trainer Jewelers

Charles Noel, Jr. age 89 of Bevens Lane, Waverly, died on Friday March 16, 2012 at the Traditions of Bristol Village in Waverly. He was born on May 7, 1922 in the community of Lockbourne, Franklin County, OH the son of the late Charles and Hattie Carroll Noel. He was united in marriage on June 7, 1942 to Evelyn Marie Horn. To this union were born three children,  Terry (Judy) Noel of Piketon, Penny (Greg) Nichols of Waverly, and Karen (David) Martin of Waverly. He has nine grandchildren: Deanna (Steve) Criswell of Westerville, Carla (Mike) Tackett of Piketon, Tina Noel of Piketon, Laura (Curt) Hawkins of Hillsboro, Rodney (Traci) Nichols of Hillsboro, Ryan Nichols of Waverly, Aaron (Aimee) Nichols of Waverly, Amy (Chris) Shaffer of Waverly  and Bryan Martin of Waverly. He has thirteen great-grandchildren. Mr. Noel was a 1942 graduate of the former Scioto Township School at Wakefield, and was the owner of Noel's Market for over 50 years. He was a former State Representative having served during 1951-1952 where he served on the Agricultural Board of the General Assembly as well as the Industrial Labor Board. While a State  Representative, Mr. Noel sponsored a bill, which was unanimously passed, that outlawed slot machines. Mr. Noel was a former Scioto Township Clerk, a member of the Waverly Grace United Methodist Church, a member of the Lucasville Lodge #465 F.&A.M., a member of the Order of Eastern Start for over 65 years, a member of the Scottish Rite Valley of Columbus, was honored by being  chosen as the Grand Marshall for the annual Jingle Bell Parade, and a member of the Buckeye Sheriff's Association. In 2012, he was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Pike County Chamber of Commerce. Along with his wife he was also preceded in death by his daughter, Penny Nichols and a great grandson Christopher Tackett. Funeral services will be 12:00 noon Tuesday at the Grace United Methodist Church with Rev. Vernagaye Sullivan officiating. Burial will follow in the Waverly Evergreen Union Cemetery on Denver Rd. Friends may call from 5:00-8:00 P.M. Monday  at the Botkin Funeral Home in Waverly and from 11:00 A.M.-12:00 noon on Tuesday at the church. A Masonic Service will be held at 7:00 P.M. Monday at the funeral home.

Forth street August 2009

photo by Tyrone Hemry

Waverly Pike Co Hospital opened December 1968  

1900 era industrial area at South End of Waverly, Ohio

Pike County Fair September 14, 15, 16, 1910 held at 5th Street, Waverly, Ohio 

Albert Farmer about 1924

Waverly CAA Family Planning  1978

Otto Zurborn & Co, "Old Reliable Jewelers" Waverly, Ohio

Fifth St and Morningside in 1950's  

Located next to the Village Antiques shop that sat on the corner, just down from the Bee Hive on Market St.

Waverly Crooked creek bridge at end of 1st avenue 

Waverly Atomic Theater

Waverly Oil derack near Waverly off Rt 220 West near RR 1908  Waverly Oil derack near Waverly off Rt 220 West near RR 1908  

Charles Smith & Son Hardware

Clarence Deering, the blacksmith owned the lot on the corner of North Street and High Street. This barn on the back of the lot at the corner of the alley between North and Walnut use to be Clarence's smithy.

photo by Fred Shoemaker December 2015

This was one of James Emmitt's Toll Houses and was last used as the Toll Gate Inn.  It is the only remaining one lefty.

photo by Tyrone Hemry 23 April 2016

Waverly Crooked creek bridge

Fourth Street, Waverly, Ohio

St. Rt 220 Covered bridge after flood from Todd R. Clark collection

Former Judge L. G. Dill home 208 S Market Street, Waverly

photo by Tyrone Hemry 3 January 2016

Waverly original telephone Company

Clarence Deering, the blacksmith owned the lot on the corner of North Street and High Street. This barn on the back of the lot at the corner of the alley between North and Walnut use to be Clarence's smithy.
photo by Fred Shoemaker December 2015

Former Deans home 18 January 2016 located on Market Street

photo by Tyrone Hemry

Fifth St and Morningside January 2008 

photo by Tyrone Hemry

CW Myers Garage Waverly OH 1929

From Gary Minor collection

Carlyle Estates in the 1950's  

St. Rt 220 Covered bridge from Todd R. Clark collection 1913

former Charles Smith & Son Hardware 15 March 2016

photo by Tyrone Hemry

Judge L. G. Dill home 208 S Market Street, Waverly, Ohio

The Big Snow of 1950 covers Waverly, Ohio in Pike Co. on the Saturday after Thanksgiving when southern Ohio got hit with 24" of snow.

photo by Tyrone Hemry January 2014

Old Sunfish Toll house Rt 220 close to St. Marys Lane Feb 1970  

Dean's house on Market Street.  He was the owner of Dean's Drug Store 

photo by Tyrone Hemry January 2014

Waverly Charles Smith & Son Hardware

Sohio station about 1925 at Howard & Clough Streets, Waverly

 Jim Henry photo collection

Pike County Fair September 14, 15, 16, 1910 held at 5th Street, Waverly, Ohio 

A man changing a tire on a 1936 Ford in the lot behind Waverly's Masonic Hall (left) and the Republican Herald newspaper office and printing shop.

Waverly in 1886

R. W. Caldwell Monuments

Waverly Dollar Times 4 Oct 1859