NORTH LEWISBURG 43060
- The first permanent settlers are credited as being the Spain family in 1805, for which Spain Creek is named.
- North Lewisburg was officially founded in 1826 by a man named Gray Gary, but the area had been home to Pioneers and Early Settlers for over 20 years.
- Johnny Appleseed is said to have stopped at a North Lewisburg farm on his fruit planting journey.
- Likely due to the origins and roots of the first townspeople, minutes of the first town council meetings were recorded in Quaker language following the incorporation of the town in 1844.
- North Lewisburg is honored to have been a stop on the Underground Railroad; its participation is commemorated on corporate limit marker signs.
- The first frame house in the town of North Lewisburg was built by founder Gray Gary and is still standing today on Sycamore Street.
- The former Village Alarm Bell for North Lewisburg was cracked while two residents were ringing the bell to celebrate the end of the Second World War.