The Carroll County, Ohio
Genealogical Society




Welcome to the Carroll County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society web site.  We hope you will find your ancestral information on this site.

Carroll county was formed on Christmas day 1832 from its five neighboring counties -- Stark, Columbiana, Jefferson, Harrison, and Tuscarawas.

The county was named for Charles Carroll, last surviving signer of the Declaration of Independence. Originally, Carrollton was called Centerville when it was founded in 1815.

Carroll County map

Photo courtesy of the Ohio
Department of Transportation


The Carroll County Genealogical Library is located
at 24 2nd St. NE, Carrollton, Ohio.
Email Address: [email protected]
Phone: 330-627-9411

New Hours: Mon, Wed & Fri 12 noon to 3 p.m.
Closed holidays and when Carrollton Schools
are closed due to inclement weather.
Due to CoVid and our minimal staff,
if coming from out of town please call
ahead to verify our being open.

Click on the small photos to enlarge them.

Click on the library photo to take a photo tour of the library.

library photo

The Carroll County Chapter, Ohio Genealogical Society was chartered in 1976.





First Famiy Application

Library Resources



Store Ledger

Library Virtual Tour

Obituary list 1844-1868

Obituaries 1876 up

Township Assignments


Carroll OHGenWeb

Carroll County Historical Soc.

Genealogy Pit Stop

Ohio Genealogical Society



Updated Thursday, 28-Apr-2022 20:12:14 MDT

Site managed by Ray "Rick" Borland

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