|Taylor H. Berry Farm,
|Lemuel T. Pyle Farm,
|Indian Spring was an earlier named for Ross. The C.& O. changed the name when the railroad first came through.|
Scene at Ross
|The Ross Depot, 1937 Flood||Martz Grove, Ross, 1945 flood|
Aerial of Martz
From a Facebook post by the Campbell County Historical & Genealogical Society
|Martz Playground Air Field, a.k.a. Boyer Field
From a Dave Newman post on Facebook
|Martz Clubhouse in Ross
(with flood level indicators)
Thanks to Patty Stanger Ludwig for
the picture, taken by her Dad.
|Pool at Martz Grove, Ross, 1948||The Martz Playground pool,
from Joyce Bedel posting on Facebook.
Paul J Kirst was the photographer.
|“Complaint had been received at the [Cincinnati Auto] Club headquarters that motorists had been molested by the county police on the road to Ross, Ky. County Attorney Roger L. Neff said that he held a receipt issued by the constable to a Silver Grove man, who paid the officer $4.50 as alleged costs of court.” from Motour, August 1930.|
|“The name of Indian Springs was changed some years ago to the unromantic name of Ross, to which we understand quite a number of the residents of the vicinity objected.”Kentucky State Journal, January 24, 1889||Campbell Co Rootsweb has some nice info on Ross, here.|
|Lilwilson Place, Ross, 1921
to Miss Leona Hatkamp, % Fechheimer
Bros Co, Cincinnati, Ohio. “I am having a
fine time. Wish you were here. Edith”
.The Lilwilson Home was later used as the Martz Playground Clubhouse, and the Martz family residence.