Amish Consignment Auction coming September 3

Rush County is optimally located approximately halfway between the metropolitan centers of Indianapolis and Cincinnati, offering quick access to each of these metropolitan centers. Rush County sits 40 miles southeast of Indianapolis and 65 miles northwest of Cincinnati. Business and industry can conveniently transport products via Interstate 74 or Interstate 70 with a Rush County location. Interstate 70 runs alongside the county’s northern border, while Interstate 74 is just a few minutes’ drive to the south or to the west. Indiana is well known as the “Crossroads of America” and U.S.52, State Road 3 and State Road 44 and 244 provide an Indiana Crossroads in Rush county allowing   access in every direction. Excellent railroad transportation opportunities are also available.


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  1. Mary Richey says:

    An old huckster driver once told my family that the Wright brothers lived in the house I lived in in Richland Twp. My father was George Alford. The land is now owned by the Yeager family. Is there any credence to this?

    • medc says:

      I am unable to be sure but there are a number of Amish Yeagers in our area. May I suggest the local historical society or Chamber of Commerce.

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