Henry Clay Ruff House

The house on the northeast side of the covered bridge is believed to date to the beginning of the grist mill. Earliest deed of record is May 17, 1856. As the residence of the first grist miller, Henry Ruff, the miller’s house has been extensively renovated over the years.


April, 1980


This structure is on private property and is not open to the public.

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