The Z.D. Ramsdell House, Est. 1858 in Ceredo, West Virginia, is on The National Register of Historic Places. Built atop an Indian burial mound, the first brick home in Ceredo survived the Civil War and the great floods of 1913 and 1937. Built by abolitionist Zophar Ramsdell and his wife Almeda, it is believed to have been one of the last stops on The Underground Railroad. It is owned and maintained by the Town of Ceredo.