because they were too hard to spell/ too long to fit on the map
The phone number of the Preble County Administrative Branch is: 937-456-4250.
The web address of the Preble County Historical Center is: http://www.pchs.preblecounty.com
The phone number of the Preble County Historical Center is: 937-787-4256.
The address of the Preble County Historical Center is: 7693 Swartsel Rd, Eaton, OH 45320-0207
Edward Preble was born in 1761.
Edward Alexander Preble was born in 1871.
Edward Alexander Preble died in 1957.
Preble High School was created in 1955.
George Preble was born on 1816-02-25.
George Preble died on 1885-03-01.
Audrey Gilbert has written: 'Butler County, Ohio, 1850 census' 'Preble County, Ohio, 1910 census' -- subject(s): Census, 13th, 1910, Census, 1910, Genealogy, Registers of births 'Preble County, Ohio' -- subject(s): Census, 1900, Genealogy, Registers of births 'Abstracts from Early Eaton Ohio Newspapers, 1825-1850'
Lewisburg is a city in Greenbrier County, West Virginia. Lewisburg is a city in Marshall County, Tennessee. Lewisburg is a city in Logan County, Kentucky. Lewisburg is a village in Preble County, Ohio. Lewisburg County is a county in South Carolina.
The motto of Preble High School is 'Where Learning Never Ends'.
William Preble Hall died on 1927-12-14.
William Preble Hall was born on 1848-06-11.
Fred Preble's birth name is Fernando Darold Preble.
T. M. Preble was born in 1810.
T. M. Preble died in 1907.
Ed Preble was born on November 9, 1910, in Chicago, Illinois, USA.
Fred Preble was born on October 22, 1893, in Los Angeles, California, USA.
Fred Preble died on January 25, 1953, in Los Angeles, California, USA.
Ed Preble died on June 17, 1984, in New York City, New York, USA.
Donna Louise Preble has written: 'Yamino-Kwiti, boy runner of Siba' -- subject(s): Indian children, Fiction
ha ha ha who asked that? No, Preble does not even have a third floor Unless you count the 2.5 floor, which is really 2.5 and not 3
Paul Preble has written: 'Typhoid fever; a report of a water-borne outbreak in Decatur and New Decatur, Ala' -- subject(s): Typhoid fever