Rossville Mill was on the Great Miami River, opposite the Hamilton Mill. The Rossville Mill was "a little above North Street" (Wayne Avenue) with its long, curved race starting from a dam in the river near the mouth of Two Mile Creek. Mrs. Heiser said "at first these mills were called by the names of the various owners and spoken of as being north of the towns. As the two towns grew, the mills became the Hamilton Mill and the Rossville Mill." She said "it is probable that Isaac Fisher was the first owner" of the Rossville Mill.