• Unionville Center is a small village with a population of less than 300 and an area of less than a quarter of a square mile.
  • The Village of Unionville Center has grown by about 20% in the last century; that may seem like a lot, but with such a small community, it means adding about 60 residents since 1910.
  • Although humble in size, population, and area, Unionville Center is the distinguished home of Senator and 26th Vice President of the United States under President Theodore Roosevelt, Charles Warren Fairbanks. He is the namesake of our local Fairbanks Schools and cities or towns in Alaska, Minnesota, Oregon, and Michigan.
  • The Village of Unionville Center proudly hosts a yearly festival honoring its most famous resident, Charles Fairbanks, every May. May is also the same month an official Ohio historical marker was dedicated to commemorating his birthplace.
  • Like many other settlements in the area, Unionville Center was a part of the Underground Railroad. The Fairbanks home was even one of the households to provide a hiding place for runaway slaves.