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We hope you find these pages to be helpful in your research. Thanks for stopping by!
This site was "born" March 30, 1997, and was completely revamped for easier use on January 7, 2005.
It was rewritten in November 2012.
Check here to see if your surname of interest is anywhere within the pages of this site.
WHAT YOU WILL FIND HERE
- Where the information on these pages came from
- A bit of Morrow County history. Township names and map.
- Finding and Sharing Information
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Researcher Home Pages with Morrow County Connections
- Local Resources
Morrow Co. Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society
Morrow County Courthouse
Ohio Historical Society
Ohio Genealogical Society
- Links to our neighboring counties and other helpful links
- County Cemeteries: Lists, Maps, Location Descriptions, and Surname Indices from the six Tombstone Inscription books
- 1850 Morrow County Census
Research tips related to using our Census pages.
Links to online transcriptions of census data, by township
- Index of Queries, Researchers, and Surnames posted here 3 September 1996 - 13 June 1999
- Morrow County information at LDS Family History Centers
- Researcher-provided information
About our "Researcher-Provided Information" page
The Researcher-Provided Information page
- More Researcher-provided information
Jacob Lambert and Mary Callahan of Ohio and Their Descendants. By Larry P. Cornwell. Contact the author here.This is a 107-page paper, with 713 footnotes, which has been submitted to the Board for Certification of Genealogists as part of the Board's requirements for certification. Two of the Lambert family members for whom there are biographies are Henry E. Lambert and Francis William Lambert, who went into the hardware store business together in Mt. Gilead in the 1850s. This paper goes into great detail about their lives and their business. Note that this is a .pdf file and you must have Adobe Reader to read it. See instructions below for getting Adobe Reader. Many thanks to Larry Cornwell for this donation to the Genealogical Society.
Transcript of School Register from Chestnut Hall (Chestnut Grove) One-Room School, Harmony Township. Covers Various School Terms from 1878 to 1885. Note: this is a .pdf file. You must have Adobe Reader to read it. If you do not have Adobe Reader, click here to download this free program. Many thanks to Vince Brown, who transcribed this material and donated the resulting file to the Genealogical Society!
Early Private Landowners in Northern Harmony Township, 1805 to 1840. This is a listing of the recipients of the first land grants in Harmony Township north of County Road 25, both military warrants and private sales. It has indexes by name and location, and maps depicting the dates of the grants. Note: this is a .pdf file. You must have Adobe Reader to read it. If you do not have Adobe reader, click here to download this free program. Many thanks, again, to Vince Brown, who gathered and prepared this material and donated the resulting file to the Genealogical Society!
This page was last updated on 21 November 2015
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