• The first permanent settlers are credited as the Spanish family in 1805, for which Spain Creek is named.
  • North Lewisburg was officially founded in 1826 by Gray Gary, but the area had been home to Pioneers and Early Settlers for over twenty years.
  • Johnny Appleseed is said to have stopped at a North Lewisburg farm on his fruit-planting journey.
  • Due to the origins and roots of the first townspeople, the first town council meeting minutes were recorded in Quaker language following the town’s incorporation 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, built by founder Gray Gary, still stands 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.