Restored in 1963, the Germantown Covered Bridge on East Center Street, spanning Little Twin Creek, was 93 years old and is reputed to be the only existing covered bridge of its kind in the world. For 41 years this unique inverted bow string truss . . . — — Map (db m28553) HM
This cabin was built in 1929 by Homer Kern. It originally sat on the west side of
Mud Lick Road .7 mile south of here. It was saved from destruction through the
actions of Dolores Grunwald. The restoration of the cabin was completed
through the . . . — — Map (db m157093) HM
This former gristmill, built by Lewis Shuey between 1844 and 1845, stands on the site of an earlier mill built in 1806 by Philip Gunckel, founder of Germantown. A miller by trade, Gunckel led a party of settlers from Pennsylvania to Montgomery . . . — — Map (db m29622) HM
This bridge spanned Caesar Creek on Jasper Road in Greene County. It was plucked from certain destruction and placed here by the action and forethought of Huston Brown. This plaque commemorates the 20th anniversary of the move.
July 27th, . . . — — Map (db m157094) HM
On October 4th, 1814, a clerk dipped his pen into an inkstand, and made a boldly scripted entry in the Records of Montgomery County.
His entry showed that one Philip Gunckel had filed a plat plan for the Village of Germantown.
It was a unique . . . — — Map (db m29623) HM