ⓘ Rosedale, Indiana

                                     

ⓘ Rosedale, Indiana

When Parke County was established in 1821, Rosedale was the first village in the county, and served as the first county seat. The town was named for Chauncey Rose, a pioneer who settled in this township in 1819. Later the county seat was moved to Armiesburg, and then in 1822 to Rockville where it remained. The first court session in the county was held in Roseville. The town flourished until 1835 when more business began to be drawn to Rockville. In 1861, the post office was established in Rosedale, where it is still currently operating.

                                     
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  • The Red Covered Bridge was east of Rosedale Indiana The double - span Burr Arch covered bridge structure was built by J. J. Daniels in 1880 and destroyed
  • The Thorpe Ford Covered Bridge is northeast of Rosedale Indiana The single span Burr Arch Truss covered bridge structure was built by Joseph A. Britton
  • Rosedale is an unincorporated community in central Pike Township, Madison County, Ohio, United States, and roughly thirty miles 48 kilometers west of
  • Bluff has now become a residential community. The post comes from Rosedale Indiana and the telephone numbers are from Clay County. There are farms in
  • prolific short story writer. Jones was born in Rosedale Indiana grew up in West Terre Haute, Indiana and died in Hollywood, California. He was the
  • soil. Sandcut is located at the intersection of Rio Grande Avenue and Rosedale Road, at 39 33 53 N 87 19 25 W 39.56472 N 87.32361 W 39.56472 - 87
  • or 99.38 is land and 0.3 square miles 0.78 km2 or 0.62 is water. Rosedale Coxville at 39 39 07 N 87 17 40 W 39.651983 N 87.294461 W 39.651983
  • of Historic Places in Bureau County, Illinois Red Covered Bridge Rosedale Indiana Red Covered Bridge Liverpool, Pennsylvania listed on the National
  • Marjorie Polly Kress and stepson Edgar Mechling moved to a home near Rosedale Indiana where Seamon had a painting studio. He became well known in the Wabash