OHIO GENEALOGY EXPRESS

A Part of Genealogy Express
 

WELCOME TO
HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO

HISTORY


HISTORY OF HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO
Containing a History of the County, it's Townships, Towns, Villages, Schools, Churches, Industries, Etc.; Portraits of Early Settlers and Prominent Men; Biographies;
History of the Northwest Territory; History of Ohio; Statistical and Miscellaneous Matter, Etc., Etc.
ILLUSTRATED
CHICAGO:
WARNER, BEERS & CO.,
1886
CHICAGO:
JOHN MORRIS COMPANY, PRINTERS
118 and 120 Monroe Street.
PREFACE

CONTENTS
PART I.
HISTORY OF THE NORTHWEST TERRITORY

  PAGE
Geographical Position 17
Early Explorations 17
Discovery of the Ohio 26
English Exploration and Settlements 28
  PAGE
American Settlements 53
Division of the Northwest Territory 58
Tecumseh and the War of 1812 61
Black Hawk and the Black Hawk War 64


PART II.
HISTORY OF THE STATE OF OHIO

  PAGE
History of Ohio 73
French History 76
Ordinance of 1787, No. 32 87
Comments upon the Ordinance of 1787, from
   the Statutes of Ohio.  Edited by Salmon P.
   Chase, and Published in the year 1833
91
The War of 1812 107
Banking 111
The Canal System 113
Ohio Land Tracts 114
Improvements 119
State Boundaries 121
  PAGE
Organization of Counties 122
Description of Counties 122
Early Events 122
Governors of Ohio 148
Ancient Works 157
Some General Characteristics 160
Outline Geology of Ohio 162
Ohio's Bank During the War of the Rebellion 165
A Brief Mention of Prominent Ohio Generals 172
Some Discussed Subjects 177
Conclusion 181


PART III.
HISTORY OF HANCOCK COUNTY.

CHAPTER I. - ARCHAEOLOGY - INDIANS ---- 187-201 - NOT TRANSCRIBED YET
  The Mound-Builders - Their Great Antiquity - Character of Their Works - The Wonderful Monuments which Attest their Occupation of this State - Some Evidences of their Presence in Hancock County - The North American Indians, and their Supposed Origin - Brief Sketch of Them - The Ohio Tribes- Purchase of Their Lands by the United States - Ohio Reservations and Final Extinction of the Indian Title - Indian Villages in this County - Extracts from the "Personal Reminiscences" of Job Chamberlin - His Recollections of the Indians Who Frequented this Portion of the State - Their Social Relations with the First Settlers.
CHAPTER II. - PIONEERS ---- 201 - 220 - NOT TRANSCRIBED YET
  The Pioneers of Hancock County - Their Sacrifices and Heroic Perseverance - Blanchard, The French Exile - Erection and Occupation of Fort Findlay - Thorp, the Sutler - First Permanent White Settlers - Birth of the First White Child in Hancock County - Pioneers of the County Prior to 1830 - Immigration to Northwestern Ohio and Its Accompanying Hardships - Beginning Work in the Unbroken Forest - The Pioneer Cabin and Its Furniture - Table Ware, Food and Medicine of the Pioneers - Habits, Labor and Dress - Early Manners and Customs - Social Gatherings - First Marriage in the County - The Grater and Hominy Block - Pioneer Mills of Hancock County - Difficulties of Going to Mill - Prices of Store Goods, Produce and Furs During Early Days - Mode of Living - The pioneer Church and School - Rapid Growth and Material Progress of the County After Its Organization - The Hancock County Pioneer and Historical Association.
CHAPTER III. - OCCUPATION AND SETTLEMENT ---- 221 - 236 - NOT TRANSCRIBED YET
  The Claims of Virginia, Connecticut, Massachusetts and New York to the Northwest Territory - Purchase of the Lands from the Indian Tribes - Indian Reservations and Their Final Purchase by the United States - Civil Government Established by the Ordinance of 1787 - Successive Erections of Wayne, Greene, Champaign and Logan Counties - Survey of Northwestern Ohio and Its Division into Counties - Organization and First Election in Wood County - Waynesfield Township - Erection and First Elections in Findlay Township - Selection of Findlay as the Seat of Justice - Organization of Hancock County - County Elections of 1828 and Lists of Electors - Officers Chosen in April and October, 1828 - Derivation of Name - Brief Sketch of John Hancock - Original and Present Areas and Boundaries of the County - Dates of Township Erections - Population of County, Townships and Towns - Present Condition of the County Compared With What it was One Hundred Years Ago.
CHAPTER IV. - TOPOGRAPHY ---- 235 - 247 - NOT TRANSCRIBED YET
  Original Appearance of Hancock County - Its Forest and Fruit-Bearing Trees and Vines - The Wild Animals, Birds, Reptiles and Fish Found in this Portion of the State, and their Gradual Extermination - The Wild Honey Bee - General Topography of the County - Its Streams and Water Privileges - Marsh and Prairie Lands - The Wild Cat Thicket, Swamp and Fallen Timber Tracts - Diversity of Soil - The Sand and Limestone Ridges - Agriculture in Hancock County - Implements used by the Early Settlers, and the Introduction of Better Machinery - Pioneer Stock Compared with that of the Present - Number of Horses and Cattle Assessed in the County in 1824 and 1829 - Stock and Crop Statistics - The Hancock County Agricultural Society - Its Small Beginning, Steady Growth and Present Prosperity.
CHAPTER V. - ORGANIC ---- 248 - 262 - NOT TRANSCRIBED YET
  Public Officials - Members of Congress - State Senators - State Representatives - Presidential Electors and Members of Constitutional Conventions - Commissioners - Auditors - Treasurers - Recorders - Clerks - Sheriffs - Surveyors - Coroners - Probate Judges - Public Buildings - Court Houses, Jails and Infirmary - Political Statistics.
CHAPTER VI. - JUDICIARY ---- 265 - 286 - NOT TRANSCRIBED YET
  The Judiciary - Organization of the Court of Common Pleas in Ohio and Its Subsequent Changes - Pioneer Courts of Hancock County - 'Sessions Held at Findlay in 1828, 1829 and 1830 - The Juries Impaneled and Principal Business Transacted During Those Years - Items of Interest Gathered from the Court Journals - The Bench and Bar - Common Pleas Judges - Associate Judges - Prosecuting Attorneys - Pioneer Visiting Lawyers - Reminiscences of Pioneer Practice in Northwestern Ohio - Incidents of the Circuit Riding Period - First Lawyers Who Located in Findlay - Brief Sketches of Resident Attorneys Who Practiced in Hancock County Prior to 1860 - Present Bar of the County.
CHAPTER VII. - EDUCATIONAL ---- 287 - 299 - NOT TRANSCRIBED YET
  Education in Ohio - Lands Originally Granted for Educational Purposes - Commissioners of Schools and School Lands in 1822 - The School Lands Sold and a School Fund Established - Annual Distribution of School Money - Pioneer Schools, School-houses and Books in Hancock County - Character of the Early Teachers - "Barring Out" the Master - How Pioneer Teachers were Usually Paid - Growth of Education - Government and Progress of Schools Prior to 1851 - Schools for Colored Youth Established - Reorganization of Schools Under the Laws of 1853 - Their Present Government and the Educational Advantages They Afford.
CHAPTER VIII. - INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS ---- 300 - 318 - NOT TRANSCRIBED YET
  Internal Improvements - Hull's Trace - Opening of the Perrysburg & Bellefontaine and Other State Roads through Hancock County - Pioneer County Roads - First Bridge Built Across the Blanchard at Findlay, and its Successors - Early Navigation on the Blanchard - First Mail Route Established Through the County - Joseph Gordon, the Veteran Mail Carrier - History of the Railroads - The Proposed Bellefontaine & Perrysburg Railroad - Findlay Branch of the Indianapolis, Bloomington & Western - Lake Erie & Western - Baltimore & Ohio - McComb, Deshler & Toledo - New York, Chicago & St. Louis - Cleveland, Delphos & St. Louis Narrow Guage - Toledo, Columbus & Southern - Proposed Railroad Enterprises that have Failed During the Past Forty-Seven years.
CHAPTER IX. - MILITARY ---- 319 - 346 - NOT TRANSCRIBED YET
  Military History of Hancock County - War of 1812 - March of Hull's Army from Urbana to the Maumee River - Site of Fort Necessity, and Line of Hull's Trace - Fort Findlay Erected and Garrisoned - Description of the Fort - Gen. Tupper's Campaign - Indians Pursue Capt. Oliver from Fort Meigs to Fort Findlay - Evacuation of the Fort by Capt. Thomas, and His Murder by the Indians - Pioneer Reminiscences of Fort Findlay and its Final Destruction - Mexican War - The Great Rebellion - Sublime Patriotism of the People - Enthusiastic Demonstrations in Findlay at the Outbreak of the War - Starring Scenes of Preparation for the Conflict - Enrollment and Organization of Volunteers and their Subsequent Departure for Cleveland - Brief Sketches of the Commands Wherein the Soldiers of Hancock Served also the Names and Promotions of Commissioned Officers in each from this County - Number of Volunteers from each Township up to September 1, 1862, and Total Estimated Number of Soldiers from the Whole County During the War - Relief Afforded by the County to Soldiers' Families - Good Work of the Military Committees and Aid Societies - Closing Scenes of the Rebellion - Celebration at Findlay over the Capture of Richmond and the Surrender of Lee's Army - Joy Turned to Grief by the Assassination of Lincoln - Conclusion.
CHAPTER X. - ALLEN TOWNSHIP - 347 - 355 - PARTIALLY DONE 8/7/2015
  Erection, Name, Area, Population and Boundaries - Wildcat Thicket - Streams, Topography and Soil - Pioneers - First Marriage and Death - The Burman and Ensminger Mills - Killing of John Gilchrist and Son - First Electors - Justices - Early Schools - Churches - Villages - Van Buren and Stuartville.
CHAPTER XI. - AMANDA TOWNSHIP ---- 355 - 367 - NOT TRANSCRIBED YET
  Formation, Taxable Lands in 1829, and Changes in Territory - Area, Boundaries and Population - Physical Features - Soil - Streams and Big Spring - Pioneers - Justices of the Peace - Schools - Churches - Early Mills - Postoffices and Villages - The Proposed Town of Capernaum - Vanlue, its Postmasters, Early Business Men and Present Material and Social Interests.
CHAPTER XII. - BIG LICK TOWNSHIP ---- 368 - 377 - NOT TRANSCRIBED YET
  Events leading to the Erection of this Township - Subsequent Changes in its Territory, and Present Area - Boundaries and Derivation of Name - A Hunters' Resort - Topography and Streams - Prairie Marsh, Soil and Original Appearance - First Election and Population by Decades - First Settlers - Justices of the Peace - Schools - Churches - Villages and Postoffices.
CHAPTER XIII. - BLANCHARD TOWNSHIP ---- 377 - 389 - PARTIALLY DONE 8/7/2015
  Its Historic Name - Erection, Area, Location and Population by Decades - Streams and Runs - Destruction of the Timber - Soil and Topography - Tile Factory and what it has Accomplished - Pioneers - First Deaths and Marriage - Samuel Edwards, the Noted Hunter and Subsequent Author - Justices - Churches - Education - Villages - Oak Ridge Postoffice - Cemeteries.
CHAPTER XIV. - CASS TOWNSHIP ---- 389 - 396 - PARTIALLY DONE 8/7/2015
  Erection, Organization, Chages in Territory, Area, Boundaries and Population - Derivation of Name - Topography - wildcat Thicket - Soil and Water Privileges - First Land Entries and Pioneers - Mills - Schools - Religious Societies - Justices - Cass and Wineland Postoffices - Frankford.
CHAPTER XV. - DELAWARE TOWNSHIP ---- 397 - 406 - NOT TRANSCRIBED YET
  Erection, Subsequent Changes and Area - Location, Boundaries and Population - Timber, Streams and Soil - Pioneers - A Noted hunter, First Marriages and Births - Early Mills - Churches - schools - Justices of the Peace - Mt. Blanchard - Its First Business Men - Postmasters - Mayors - Railroad and Telegraph Facilities - Present Material and Social Interests of the Village.
CHAPTER XVI. - EAGLE TOWNSHIP ---- 407 - 416 - NOT TRANSCRIBED YET
  Erection, Name and Area - Location and Population by Decades - Topography and Water Privileges - Timber and Soil - Milk Sickness - Pioneers Prior to 1839 - Grist and Saw Mills - Early Education - Religious Societies - Justices - Towns and Postoffices - Railroad Facilities and Present Appearance of the Country.
CHAPTER XVII - JACKSON TOWNSHIP ---- 417 - 422 - FINISHED 8/6/2015
  Erection of the Township and Origin of its Name - Area, Boundaries and Population - Drainage and Soil - First Settlers - Going to Mill - Justices - Schools - Churches - Towns and Postoffices.
CHAPTER XVIII. - LIBERTY TOWNSHIP --- 422 - 438 - PARTIALLY DONE 8/7/2015
  Erection of Old Township and the Trouble Which Arose Therefrom - Liberty Erected, and First Election for Justice of the Peace Held in the Township - Changes in its Territory - Area, Boundaries and Population by Decades - Streams and Runs - Topography and Soil - Indian Green, Cemetery and Plum Orchard - First Settlers - First Marriage and Birth - Justices - Mills - Early Schools - Religious Societies - Alba Postoffice - Cemeteries.
CHAPTER XIX. - MADISON TOWNSHIP ---- 439 - 449 - NOT TRANSCRIBED YET
  First Attempt Made to Erect the Township, and its Failure - Subsequent Erection - Derivation of Name, Area and Population - Surface Features and Streams - Forest and Soil - Milk Sickness - Pioneers - Justices - Grist Mills - Schools - Religious Societies - Villages - Past and Present of Williamstown and Arlington.
CHAPTER XX. - MARION TOWNSHIP --- 449 - 459 - NOT TRANSCRIBED YET
  Erection, Area, Boundaries and Population - Timber, Streams and Deer Licks - Soil - Pioneers - Early Elections and Electors - Justices of the Peace - Schools - Churches - Crow Postoffice - Mills
CHAPTER XXI. - ORANGE TOWNSHIP ---- 459 - 468 - NOT TRANSCRIBED YET
  Formation, Choosing a Name, and First Election of Township Officers - Area, Boundaries and Population by Decades - Topography and Soil - Streams - Pioneers - First Birth, Death and Marriages in the Township - Religious Societies - Early Schools - Justices - Hassan and Cordelia Postoffices - An Embroyo Village - Railroad Facilities.
CHAPTER XXII. - PLEASANT TOWNSHIP ---- 468 - 478 - NOT TRANSCRIBED YET
  Erection, Area, Early Election and List of Voters - Boundaries and Population by Decades - Primitive Appearance, Topography, Soil and Streams - First Land Entries and Early Settlers - Justices - Religious Societies - Schools - M ills - Towns and Villages - A Paper Town - McComb, Its First Business Men, Postmasters and Mayors - Railroads, Material Progress and Present Business and Educational Interests of McComb - Its Secret Societies and Fire Department  - McComb Herald - Steady Growth of the Town - Deweyville - Shawtown - North Ridgeville Postoffice.
CHAPTER XXIII. - PORTAGE TOWNSHIP ---- 478 - 485 - NOT TRANSCRIBED YET
  Territory from which it was Formed - Erection and Subsequent Changes - Area, Boundaries and Population - General Topography, Soil and Streams - First Settlers - Schools - Churches - Lafayette and Portage Center Postoffice - Justices.
CHAPTER XXIV. - UNION TOWNSHIP ---- 485 - 497 - STARTED 8/7/2015
  Erection, First Election of Township Officers, Area, Boundaries and Population by Decades - Physical Features - Streams and Soil - Pioneers - First Marriage in the Township - Justices - Grist-Mills - Religious Societies - Schools - Villages - Cannonsburg, Rawson and Cory.
CHAPTER XXV. - VAN BUREN TOWNSHIP ---- 498 - 501 - NOT TRANSCRIBED YET
  Location, Erection, Name, Subsequent Changes in Territory, Area and Population - Streams, Wells, Topography and Soil - First Settlers - Their Characteristics - Justices - Schools - Churches - Villages and Railroads.
CHAPTER XXVI. - WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP ---- 502 - 511 - NOT TRANSCRIBED YET
  Derivation of Name, Erection, Area, Boundaries and Population - Disappearance and Topography - Streams - Early Settlers - First Birth in the Township - Churches - Education - Early Election and Justices - Risdon and Acadia - Their Past and Present.

FINDLAY TOWNSHIP AND VILLAGE.

CHAPTER XXVII. - FINDLAY TOWNSHIP ---- 512 - 529 - PARTIALLY DONE
  Erection of the Township, and Derivation of Name - Subsequent Changes in its Territory, and Present Area - Boundaries, Streams and Water Privileges - Topography and Soil - Pioneers - Coming of Benjamin J. Cox to Fort Findlay - First White Child Born in the Township - Sketches of the Shirleys, Morelands, Simpsons, Chamberlins, Hamiltons, Slights, Gardners, Hedgeses, and all of the Earliest Settlers of the Township Outside of the Village - Suspicious Disappearance of Dr. Wolverton from Whitlock's Tavern - First Elections and Township Officers, and List of Justices - Churches and Schools - Roads and Population - Factories.
CHAPTER XXVIII - VILLAGE OF FINDLAY ---- 530 - 559 - NOT TRANSCRIBED YET
  Beginning of the Town - Site of the Original Plat Entered, and Coming of Wilson Vance - Survey of the Town Plat - Selection of Findlay as the Seat of Justice of Hancock County - Derivation of its Name, and Correct Orthography of the Word - Brief Sketch of Col. James Findlay- The Plat as Acknowledged and Recorded - Ambiguity in the Acknowledgment Regarding the Public Square Cleared up - Lots Donated by the Proprietors to Erect County Buildings, and First Public Sale of the Same - Business Men of Findlay in 1829-30, and Appearance of the Village at that Period - Names of Those Who Have Laid Out Additions to the Original Plat, and Dates of Surveys - The Present Streets of the Town - Sketches of its Pioneer Business Men - First White Male Child Born on the Site of Findlay - Early Physicians of the Village, and the Difficulties of Medical Practice During Pioneer Days.
CHAPTER XXIX. - VILLAGE OF FINDLAY (continued) ---- 569 - 576 - PARTIALLY DONE
  Progress of the Village - Postoffice Established - List of Postmasters - Incorporation of Findlay, and its Subsequent Mayors and Clerks - The Old Graveyard on Eagle Creek - Maple Grove Cemetery - California Movement of 1849 - Underground Railroad - First Fire Engines, and Organization of the First Fire Company - The Fire Department Organized - Roster of Chief Engineers - Development and Present Efficiency of the Department - Town Buildings - Advent of Railroads, Express, Telegraph and Telephone Lines - Findlay's Sewerage System and its Benefits - Monumental Park - Organization of the Hancock Monumental Association - Brief History and Description of  the Soldiers' Monument - The Old Findlay Gas Light Company - Erection of the Gas Works and First Lighting of the Town With Gas - The Works Closed Upon the Development of Natural Gas - Growth of Findlay Since 1831 - Her Present Appearance and Business Interests, and Future Prospects.
CHAPTER XXX. - VILLAGE OF FINDLAY (continued) ---- 576 - 595 - NOT TRANSCRIBED YET
  Schools and Newspapers - First School Opened in the Village - The Old Log Schoolhouse and its Successor - Pioneer Schools and Teachers of Findlay - Progress of Education - Past and Present Schools of District No. 9, and Their Superintendents Since 1864 - Organization of the Union School District - Its First Teachers and Schools - Early Members of the Board of Education - Superintendents of the Union Schools Since 1854 - Growth of the Schools and Their Present Efficiency - Findlay Academical Institute - Hancock Wesleyan Seminary - Findlay College - History of the Newspapers of Findlay - The Hancock Courier - Hancock Republican - Hancock Farmer - Western Herald - Hancock Whig and Journal - Home Companion, and Findlay Weekly Jeffersonian - Daily Jeffersonian - The Reporter - Findlay Weekly Republican - Findlay Daily Star - Improvement in the Press Within the Past Thirty Years.
CHAPTER XXXI. - VILLAGE OF FINDLAY (continued) ---- 596 - 612 - NOT TRANSCRIBED YET
  Churches and Societies - First Religious Services Held in Findlay, and Names of its Pioneer Preachers - Methodist Episcopal Church - First Presbyterian Church - Evangelical Lutheran Church - St. Michael's Catholic Church and School - United Brethren Church - German Reformed Congregation - German Evangelical Lutheran - St. John's Congregation - First Regular Baptist Church - "Church of God" - First Congregational Church - St. Paul's Church of the Evangelical Association - Trinity Mission of the Protestant Episcopal church - "Church of Christ" - Secret and Other Societies - Odd Fellows - Masons - Knights of Pythias - Knights of Honor - Royal Arcanum - American Legion of Honor - Grand Army of the Republic - National Union - Good Templars.
CHAPTER XXXII. - VILLAGE OF FINDLAY (continued) ---- 612 - 631 - NOT TRANSCRIBED YET
  Hotels Manufactories, Banks and Public Places of Amusement - Pioneer Taverns and Present Hotels of Findlay - Leading Manufacturing Establishments of the Past and Present - History of the Successive Banking Institutions of the Township - Building and Loan Associations - Early Amusements and Public Halls of the Village - Brass Bands.
CHAPTER XXXIII. - VILLAGE OF FINDLAY (concluded) ---- 631 - 647 - NOT TRANSCRIBED YET
  Natural Gas in Hancock County - Its Discovery in 1836 - First Natural Gas Found and Used in Findlay - Numerous Evidences of its Presence - Dr. Osterlen's Belief in its Plentiful Existence, and His Early Investigations of the Subject - The Gas on the Foster Lot Utilized by Jacob Carr - Oil Excitement in Findlay - Attempts to Find Oil and Their Failure - Dr. Osterlen's Persistent Advocacy of a Great Natural Gas Deposit - Organization of the Findlay Natural Gas Company - The Men Who First Risked Their Money in the Enterprise - The First Well Drilled, and Gas Developed in Paying Quantities - To Whom the Credit is Due - Mains Laid and Gas Piped Into Findlay - Other Wells Put Down - Consolidation of the Old and New Companies - Subsequent Enterprises, and Number of Wells Now Drilled - Their Capacity, Product and Permanency  - Later Companies in the Field - Description of the Great Karg Well - Abundant Supply of Gas, Its Superiority as Fuel and Comparative Safety - Cost to the Consumer - A Few Cases Illustrating Its Wonderful Cheapness - What Natural Gas Has Accomplished for Findlay.


PART IV.
BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES.

Allen Township 651 Liberty Township 792
Amanda Township 657 Madison Township 798
Big Lick Township 671 Marion Township 802
Blanchard Township 682 Orange Township 806
Cass Township 696 Pleasant Township 822
Delaware Township 699 Portage Township 848
Eagle Township 711 Union Township 853
Findlay Township and Village 721 Van Buren Township 873
Jackson Township 788 Washington Township 876


PORTRAITS.

Baldwin, Dr. W. H., Findlay Township 208 McKinley, Wm. M., Orange Township 513
Barnhill, Robert, Liberty Township 503 McKinnis, Thomas, Blanchard Township 373
Brown, Henry, Findlay Township 313 Marshall, Wm. M., Orange Township 563
Byal, Hon. A. P., Findlay Township 303 Miller, Wm. B., Marion Township 433
Chamberlin, Job, Findlay Township 47 Moore, John, Big Lick Township 443
Chase, Justus, Liberty Township 413 Nigh, Andrew, Portage Township 543
Coffinberry, Judge J. M., Cleveland, Ohio 273 Oesterlen, Dr. Chas., Findlay Township 243
Coleman, Thomas, Union Township 668 Oman, Joseph, Eagle Township 553
Cory, Judge D. J., Findlay Township 263 O'Neal, Chas. W., Findlay Township 213
Cummins, E. T., Pleasant Township 423 Parker, Jonathan, Findlay Township 193
Deter, James, Portage Township 493 Pennington, Henry, Pleasant Township 643
Dewese, Flavius J., Orange Township 523 Phillips, Eli P., Findlay Township 343
Dukes, Lewis, Sr., Blanchard Township 81 Powell, B. B., Blanchard Township 673
Dulin, S. F., Portage Township 403 Powell, Geo. W., Findlay Township 353
Feller, Daniel, Eagle Township 453 Rawson, Dr. Bass, Findlay Township 183
Feller, Jacob, Findlay Township 149 Sheets, Hon. Henry, Washington Township 603
Firmin, Dr. F. W., Findlay Township 293 Shoop, Samuel, Pleasant Township 613
Fry, Henry, Liberty Township 623 Showalter, Levi, Union Township 533
Ghaster, Solomon, Union Township 633 Snyder, W. E., Findlay Township 388
Gleesner, Lewis, Findlay Township 323 Spitler, Samuel, Allen Township 583
Hamlin, M. S., Delaware Township 363 Stough, George, Allen Township 653
Huber, Benjamin, Findlay Township 253 Strother, Judge Robt. L., Findlay Township 115
Hurd, Hon. Anson, M.  D., Findlay Township 283 Turner, Dr. G. L., Pleasant Township 593
Hyatt, A. H., Findlay Township 233 Ward, N. H., Big Lick Township 453
Keel, Samuel, Blanchard Township 383 Weisel, Lloyd, Allen Township 473
Luneack, Louis, Van Buren Township 573 Wilson, J. H., Findlay Township 223
McClish, N. B., Blanchard Township 483 Wiseley, Allen, Marion Township 393


MISCELLANEOUS.

Map of Hancock County 12-13 Population of Principal Countries in the World 69
Population of the United States 69 Population of Ohio by Counties 70
Area of the United States 69 List of Ohio's Governors 72
Area of the Principal Countries in the World 69 Population of Hancock County by Townships 282

 

CLICK HERE to RETURN to
HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO

CLICK HERE to RETURN to
OHIO GENEALOGY EXPRESS


FREE GENEALOGY RESEARCH is My MISSION
GENEALOGY EXPRESS
This Webpage has been created by Sharon Wick exclusively for Genealogy Express  2008
Submitters retain all copyrights