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Pike County, Ohio
History & Genealogy

 

Source:
History of Lower Scioto Valley, Ohio
Together with Sketches of its Cities, Villages and Townships, Educational, Religious, Civil,
Military, and Political History, Portraits of Prominent Persons, and
Biographies of Representative Citizens.
 Published: Chicago: Inter-State Publishing Co. - 1884

CONTENT CONTAINS THE FOLLOWING
PERTAINING
to
PIKE COUNTY, OHIO

PAGE
CHAPTER XXXIII. - THE HISTORY OF PIKE COUNTY - ITS PHYSICAL FEATURES - ITS SETTLEMENT AND ORGANIZATION. 689 - 702
- The Dawn of Civilization
- Early Settlers
- Governor Robert Lucas
- Items of Interest
- Before it Became Pike County
- When Organized
- Court Records
- Eli Sargent's Report
- From the Journal
- Geology of Pike County
- Waverly Stone
- Topography
- Origin of Names
- Zane's Trace
CHAPTER XXXIV. - BOUNDARY, AREA, PROGRESS, COUNTY SITE. 703 - 710
- Boundaries and Area
- County Business
- Pebble Township
- The Lost Records
- Advancing
- Population of Pike County by Townships from 1840
- Removal of County Seat
- The Gift of the Town of Waverly
- The Deed Copy
- Centre Township
- Infirmary
- Postoffices of Pike County
- County Indebtedness
CHAPTER XXXV. - AGRICULTURE, STOCK AND WEALTH OF PIKE COUNTY. 711 - 721
- Valuation of Real and Personal Property
- Pike County Medical Society
- The First Hanging
- Kukiux in Pike
- Witchcraft in Pike County
- History of the Press in Pike County
- Railroads
- The Narrow Gauge
- Turnpikes
- Official
- Commissioners
- Auditors
- Sheriffs
- Treasurers
- Probate Judge
- Recorders
- Clerk of Courts
- Prosecuting Attorneys
- Judges Second Judicial District
CHAPTER XXXVI. - PIKE COUNTY ACTORS IN THE GREAT CIVIL WAR. - Partial 722 - 734
- The Signal Given at Sumter
- The County Calls Again
- The Seventy-third Ohio
- The Sixty-third Infantry
- What Ohio did for the Union
CHAPTER XXXVII. - THE CITY OF WAVELRY. 735 - 744
- The Beauty of Its Surroundings
- Additions
- Postoffice
- Sanitary
- A Most Fatal Epidemic
- Waverly Public Schools
- Adoption of Graded System
- Churches
- Cemeteries
CHAPTER XXXVIII. - BUSINESS INTERESTS OF WAVERLY - PEE PEE TOWNSHIP 745 - 774
- Manufactures
- Banks
- Telegraph Office
- Express Office
- Lodges
- Bands
- Waverly in 1883
- Pee Pee Township
- Area and Wealth
- Churches
- Biographical
CHAPTER XXXIX. - SEAL TOWNSHIP. 775 - 792
- Geographically Located
- Topography
- Line Changed
- Piketon Bridge
- Schools of Seal Township
- Waverly Sandstone
- Official
- Jefferson
- Reminiscence of David Ware
- Piketon Agricultural Society
- Early Incidents
- Flouring Mill
- Piketon Public School
- Piketon Lodge, No. 323, I. O. O. F.
- Churches
- Business of Piketon
- Official
- Biographical
CHAPTER XL. - JACKSON, BEAVER, MARION and UNION TOWNSHIPS. 793 - 825
- Jackson Township  793 - 803 - Partial
- Organization and Bounds
- Township Officers
- Educational
- Transportation
- Sharonville
- Its Business Interests
- Churches
- Biographical
- Beaver Township - 803 - 805 - Finished
- Area, Metes and Bounds
- Drainage System
- Name
- Organization
- Township Officers, 1883
- Schools
- Beavertown - 805
- Churches
- Population
- Biographical
- Marion Township - 806 - 807 -  Partial
- Size and Location
- Topography
- California - 807
- Township Organization
- Officers, 1848
- 1883
- Schools
- Churches
- Biographical
- Union Township - 821 - 822 -  Partial
- When and by Whom Settled
- Topography
- Mineral Development
- Early Facts
- Organization, Bounds, etc.
- Township Officers
- Churches
- Educational
- Biographical - 822
CHAPTER XLI. - SCIOTO, NEWTON, SUNFISH, AND CAMP CREEK TOWNSHIPS. 826 - 847
- Scioto Township - 826 - 830 - Finished
- Topography
- Big Run
- Old Settlement
- Educational
- Churches
- Postoffices
- Township Organization
- Boundary Changes
- Official
- Valuation
- Biographical
- Newton Township - 830 - 838 - Finished
- Soil, Produciton and Bounds
- Timber
- Population and Valuation
- Jasper Village
- Public School
- Bethel
- Churches
- Biographical
- Sunfish Township - 838 - 842  - Partial
- Something of its Changes
- Population
- Churches
- Schools
- Offices
- Biographical
- Camp Creek Township - NOT STARTED
- Bounds and Area
- Timber and Water
- Coopersville
- Educational
- Churches
- Township Officials
- Population
- Biographical
CHAPTER XLII. - MIFFLIN, PERRY, BENTON AND PEBBLE TOWNSHIPS. 848 - 872
- Mifflin Township - Pg. 848 - 855 - Finished
- Its Advent to Independence
- Bounds, Valuation and Population
- Soil, Timber and Topography
- Byington
- Latham
- Some of the Old Pioneers
- Churches
- Schools, 1883
- Official
- Biographical
- Perry Township - Pgs. 855 - 862 - Partial
- Its Topography
- Bounds, Acreage and Valuation
- Pioneers
- Cynthiana
- Schools
- Churches
- Biographical
- Benton Township - Pgs. 862 - 864 - Finished
- Its Form and Area
- When Organized
- Population and Politics
- Morgantown
- Schools
- Churches
- (no biographies)
- Pebble Township - Pgs. 864 - 871 - Finished
- Organization and Election
- Valuation and Population
- Old Settlers
- Buchanan
- Idaho
- Schools
- Churches
- Official
- Biographical
APPENDIX. - 872

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