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Other Spellings

Hyde Oakfield Rd is also spelled Hyde Oakfield Road.
Bristolville, OH

Time Zone & Current Time

Bristolville, OH lies within the Eastern Standard Time (or EST). The current time in Eastern Standard Time is 10:53 PM on 09/01/2015.
Bristolville, OH

Top Streets

Barbe Ln, Bristol Champion Townline Rd, Corey Hunt Rd, Fenton Rd, Greenville Rd, Hoffman Norton Rd, Housel Craft Rd, Hyde Oakfield Rd, Hyde Shaffer Rd, and Mahan Denman Rd
Bristolville, OH

Population Demographics

Household Income
$62k
Home Value
Age
37 years old
Gender
50% male
Local Ethnicity
Caucasian
Ethnicity Ratio
98%
Occupation
Labor

About Bristolville, OH

Bristolville is an unincorporated community in central Bristol Township, Trumbull County, Ohio, United States. Although it is unincorporated, it has a post office, with the ZIP code of 44402. It lies at the intersection of State Routes 45 and 88. The community is part of the Youngstown – Warren – Boardman, OH- PA Metropolitan Statistical Area.Northern Ohio had settlers mostly from the Northeast, many of whom supported abolition of slavery before the Civil War. One of the notable natives of Bristolville is John Henrie Kagi, who fought with John Brown in Bleeding Kansas before its admission to the Union. He was second in command during Brown's Harper's Ferry raid on the federal arsenal, where he was killed by militia at the age of 24. Kagi's sister Barbara Kagy Mayhew and her husband Allen Mayhew, also Bristolville natives, migrated to Nebraska City, Nebraska in the early 1850s. With Kagi's help, they created a cave under their cabin to shelter fugitive slaves on their way to freedom in Canada. Their 1855 cabin has been restored as the Mayhew Cabin museum, and is the only site in Nebraska recognized by the National Park Service as a station on the Underground Railroad. (more on Wikipedia)