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The Ealy House Museum

6359 Dublin Granville Rd, New Albany, Ohio 43054 USA

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“A mid 19th century building”

The New Albany Plain Township Historical Society spent several years restoring the Ealy House, a mid-nineteenth-century building reflective of historical development in the area. This museum currently houses collections of local artifacts including items from a doctor's office, childrens' toys, farming tools, and a working foot-pumped organ. A historical marker in front of the house was dedicated on Founders Day 2010 and the museum is now open for tours by appointment.  The Ealys were a German family that immigrated to the United States in the eighteenth century. By 1830 a branch had established itself next door to Ohio in Washington County, Pennsylvania. In that year John Henry Ealy bought for $225 a 75-acre parcel where the Ealy House stands and moved his family there.

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JDREAM212

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July 04, 2017

Beautiful Farm House in New Albany. Restoration is perfect showing all wood plank floor board and many original features of the building

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The Ealy House Museum

6359 Dublin Granville Rd
New Albany, Ohio
43054 USA

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