St. Bernard has a long and distinguished history. Originally part of Mill Creek Township, the area was first settled by John Ludlow in 1793. Calling his tract of land Ludlow Grove, he built a home and mills along Mill Creek. In 1850, John Bernard Schroeder purchased and auctioned ninety lots along Carthage Pike (Vine Street) and named the area St. Bernard. By 1878, the area boasted 300 residents and officially became the Village of St. Bernard. Starting in the late 19th century developers including Henry Nurre began creating subdivisions. In 1912, St. Bernard incorporated as a city with more than 5,000 residents calling the community their home. - cincinnatilibrary.org
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