Walhonding Valley Historical Society

P.O. Box 199, Warsaw, Ohio 43844


"Preserving the history of western Coshocton County, through its people, its artifacts and its historical sites."

Note: Pictured here is the current home of the Walhonding Valley Historical Society Museum.

Main Street, Warsaw, Ohio


Our History

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The Walhonding Valley Historical Society was formed in 2001 -- the culmination of a vision by community leader Marvin Davis, who died two years earlier. Marvin wished there to be a way for people to share in preserving the past for future generations so they can cherish its traditions and learn from its lessons. The Society is governed by a Board of Trustees, which has adopted bylaws and incorporated with the state as a non-profit corporation.

Our Mission

The primary purposes of the Walhonding Valley Historical Society are as follows:

  • To preserve the history of the community, its people, historical sites, and artifacts in the Walhonding Valley area
  • To maintain the WVHS Museum
  • To display items of local historical interest and value
  • To catalog, record and preserve information concerning historical sites, buildings, people, events, and artifacts of the areas represented by the WVH Society
  • To promote the dissemination of knowledge concerning local history
  • To conduct programs which will promote interest in the history of the area and raise funds for the Society


Membership Benefits


  • Membership valid for 1 year
  • Newsletter
  • Free admission to WVHS Museum
  • Discounted rates for Society programs
  • Annual meeting
  • Advise trustees on operations of Society
  • Help preserve and promote local history!


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