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Bainbridge, OH

Bainbridge Township’s history starts with the McConoughey family’s trek from 

Blandford, Massachusetts, in 1811, six years before the township was founded. 

While Chillicothe was the main road of the day, three secondary roads were built-one going to Solon, one to Chagrin, and the third to Auburn. Main-Market Street, now East Washington, was the main route from Cleveland to Youngstown.

The Old Bainbridge Store, once a familiar landmark at the corner of Chillicothe and Bainbridge Roads, was built about 1846 and was the last of the general stores in the township. It can now be seen at the Geauga County Historical Society’s Century Village in Burton.

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