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History of Hancock County, Ohio. by Jacob A. Spaythe

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Published by Wade printing co. in Toledo .
Written in English



  • Hancock County (Ohio)


  • Hancock County (Ohio) -- History

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StatementGeographical and statistical. By Jacob A. Spaythe.
LC ClassificationsF497.H3 S7
The Physical Object
Pagination312 p.
Number of Pages312
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6935976M
LC Control Number04001606

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History of Hancock County, Indiana: From Its Earliest Settlement by the "pale Face," in , Down to John H. Binford King & Binford, publishers., - Greenfield (Ind.) - pages5/5(1). Harrison's Atlas of Allen County Ohio Caldwell's Atlas of Ashland County Ohio Sill Tucker and Co Ashtabula County Atlas Lake's Atlas of Athens County Ohio Walsh's Atlas of Auglaize County Lanthrop's Atlas of Belmount County Ohio Lake's Atlas of Brown County Ohio Everts' Combination Atlas Map of Butler. Hancock County is located in northwestern Ohio. It is predominantly rural, with only percent of the county's square miles consisting of urban areas. The county seat is Findlay. With a population of 38, people, Findlay was the county's largest community in The county was established from part of Hardin County on Decem , and was named for the Ohio River, which formed its northern boundary until Daviess County () and Hancock County () were created from it. Hartford is the county seat. The topography of Ohio County is undulating and well suited for on: Cs Hartford, KY, United States.

Serving the Community Since Findlay-Hancock County Public Library History Present. Established on Ap The Findlay-Hancock County Public Library was established on Ap by an act of the Ohio General Assembly and opened its doors to the public on Janu in a basement room of the Hancock County Courthouse.. The Early Years. History. Hancock County was established on Janu , by the Ohio General Assembly from the southern portions of Wood County. Originally containing only Findlay Township, the county would add Amanda and Welfare (now Delaware) townships later in April of that ssional district: 5th. 1) History of Hancock County, Ohio - 2) History of Hancock County, Ohio – From its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time - 3) History of Hancock County, Ohio – Biographical and Statistical 4) A Centennial Biographical History of Hancock County, Ohio - Seller Rating: % positive. Hancock County OH Cemetery Records. USA (1,,) > Ohio (49,) > Hancock County () > Hancock County Cemetery Records (). USA (1,,) > Ohio (49,) > Ohio Cemetery Records (16,) > Hancock County Cemetery Records (). Note: This page primarily lists records kept at the county level. Statewide collections are found on the Ohio Cemetery Records page.