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Monroe County Chapter - Ohio Genealogical Society

    P. O. Box 641

Woodsfield, OH 43793

MonroeOGS@hotmail.com

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Description

Price

ANCESTOR CHARTS 

#046

ANCESTOR CHARTS Vol. 2

Compiled charts of MCC-OGS members. Great reference tool!

$15.00

CEMETERIES

#045

Adams, Franklin & Switzerland Township Cemetery Inscriptions

Edited by Karen Romick and indexed by Shirley Harmon. This volume is a compilation of three townships and their cemeteries. Full name index. (2008)
Adams: Asbury Chapel, Baptist on Yellow Ridge, Hartline or Old Cameron, Goudy Church of Christ, McIntire, Monohan, Lindenmeyer, Sprague, Mt. Hobbs, Mt. Zion Church of Christ, Pleasant Grove, Pleasant Ridge Presbyterian, Pontius.
Franklin: Hines Chapel, Mt. Zion Methodist Episcopal, Stafford, Sutherland United Methodist, Swazey
Switzerland: Bethel Methodist Episcopal, Captina Church of Christ, Grandview School, McVeigh or Bey, Ruble, Steiger, St. John's United Church of Christ, Zonker

$16.00

#028

Benton & Washington Township Cemetery Inscriptions

Edited by Karen Romick and indexed by Shirley Harmon. The fifth volume of cemetery inscriptions include all known cemeteries of these town townships. Cemeteries included are: Also include the burials in Carson Cemetery, Grandview Township, Washington County. This was the burial ground for Cochransville. Full name index. (2001)

$16.00

#027

Green Township Cemetery Inscriptions

Edited by Karen Romick and indexed by Shirley Harmon. Named for Greene County, Pennsylvania, which was the origin of many of its early settlers, Green Township was home to several of the early settlers in Monroe County. Cemeteries are: Chapel Hill, Williams-Gaston, Fuchs, Kraft, Fletcher-Otts, Otts, Laings Presbyterian, Jones, Hickman, Wright, Price, Adamson. Other information includes a brief history of Green Township, early Laings Presbyterian church records, Jones family Bible records, and the story of Peter King, Jr., the only man to have been executed in Monroe County. Full name index. (2000)

$8.00

#001

Jackson Township Cemetery Inscriptions

Authors:  Opal Smith and Karen Romick. Jackson Township was home to the first settlement in Monroe County in 1791. Cemeteries include: Witten, Locust Grove , Gravel Hill (Mehrley-Tuel), Frobish, Rowles, Griffon, Maszer, and Shook. A brief history of each cemetery is also included. Indexed. (1988)

$7.00

#002

Ohio & Lee Township Cemetery Inscriptions

Authors: Opal Smith and Karen Romick. Brief histories of each cemetery accompany this compilation of tombstone inscriptions. Lee cemeteries are: Sardis, Parker-Duvall, Salem, Mount Moriah, Mount Olive. Ohio Township cemeteries are: Apostolic Christian Church, Duffy, Lude, Mount Union, Mount Vernon, St. John's, Zion, Old Zion, Zion Memorial, Emma Grove, Harter, Old Hannibal, Boston Hill, and Stetson. Full name index.

Currently Out of Print

#003

Perry Township Gleanings & Cemetery Inscriptions

Author: Ruth Hogue and indexed by Karen Romick. In addition to tombstone inscriptions, Ruth has included a history of Plainview, miscellaneous obituaries and burials, plus notes on several of the individuals listed here. The cemeteries are: Antioch, Barnard, Drum, Greenbrier, Haythorn, Kneubuhl, Lentz, Plainview Church of Christ, Unity Baptist, West Union Church of Christ. Full index. (1991)

$15.00

#060

Salem & Malaga Township Cemetery Inscriptions

Monroe County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions: Salem Township and Malaga Township. Edited by Karen Romick and indexed by Shirley A. Harmon. Salem and Malaga Townships were home to some of the earliest settlers in Monroe County. Consequently, this volume contains the only known records of birth and death for many of these pioneers. The readings include the tombstone inscriptions of all the known cemeteries in the two townships.  Full name index.

$22.00

#043

Summit Township Cemetery Inscriptions

Edited by Karen Romick and indexed by Shirley A. Harmon. This volume contains tombstone inscriptions from all the known cemeteries in Summit: Bracken Ridge, Buchanan Presbyterian, Friendship, Hamilton, St. Peter's Evangelical or German Lutheran, St. John's Middle Church, St. Joseph's Catholic Church, and Wise. Full name index. (2007)

$10.00

#029

Wayne Township Cemetery Inscriptions

Edited by Karen Romick and indexed by Shirley A. Harmon. Includes the cemeteries of Barber Ridge, Christy-Sloan, Conner Ridge Methodist, New Conner Ridge, Hartshorn Ridge, and Winland-Pryor. Also includes additional notes and selected obituaries by Rita Bone Kopp and Eva Jean Hartshorn. Full name index.

$9.00

CENSUS

SAVE 20%   WHEN YOU BUY ANY CENSUS BOOK

#014

1820-1830-1840 Federal Census of Monroe County, Ohio

Edited by Karen Romick and indexed by Shirley Harmon. You can have quick access to the early census records for Monroe County. Includes heads of households and ages of the individuals in their homes, plus Revolutionary War pensioners. Indexed.

$12.00

#015

1880 Federal Census of Monroe County, Ohio

Edited by Karen Romick and indexed by Shirley Harmon. Complete census for Monroe County, includes names, ages, birthplaces of individual and parents. Indexed.

$22.00

 
 
1900 Census of Monroe County

Tired of paying high subscription rates for census access? With these volumes, finding census data is  convenient and cost efficient. You can explore them again and again without renewing high-price subscription plans.  Each book is indexed.

#031

1900 Census of Monroe County

Volume 1 - Includes the complete census enumeration for the townships of Center, Seneca, Summit and Wayne.

$18.00

#032

1900 Census of Monroe County

Volume 2 - Includes the complete census enumeration for the townships of Green, Lee, Jackson & Ohio Townships.

$15.00

#033

1900 Census of Monroe County

Volume 3 - Includes the complete census enumeration for the townships of Bethel, Benton, Washington, Franklin and Perry.

$15.00

#034

1900 Census of Monroe County

Volume 4 - Includes the complete census enumeration for Adams, Malaga, Sunsbury, Switzerland and Salem.

$18.00

CHURCH RECORDS

#035

19th Century Records of Lewisville, Middle (St. John's) and Miltonsburg (St. Peter's) German Evangelical Protestant Churches

Author: Shirley Harmon. The information found in these parish books primarily names families in Monroe County, but there is mention of people from many locations in southeast Ohio, including Noble, Washington, Belmont, Jefferson and Guernsey Counties, Ohio as well as Wheeling, WV and Pittsburgh, PA. There is also mention of individuals living in other parts of the United States.  These records represent a major source of information on the European origins for these immigrants to Monroe County, Ohio. Dates of the records were approximately from 1831-1948, but some birth dates were much earlier than the years when family records were entered. The Miltonsburg parish of St. Peter’s is located today in Malaga Township, Monroe County. Lewisville is also located in Summit Township, Monroe County. The book includes family book records, baptism, confirmation, marriage and death records as well as European places of origin for these Monroe County families. What a find! Index.

$26.00

Parish Records of St. Paul's Evangelical Church of Woodsfield, Monroe County, Ohio 1862-1956

Author: Shirley Harmon. This book is a translation of two volumes of parish records of St. Paul’s Evangelical church of Woodsfield, Monroe, Ohio. The original records were written in German and English, and they have been transcribed and indexed in English. The records started in 1862, but some information contained in the records was before 1850. Some records continued into the 1950s. The records consist of baptism, marriage and death records as well as confirmation information and lists of members. These records are wonderful records and give a picture of early Woodsfield, Ohio and some of its residents. Surname index.

$15.00

Works of Catharine F. FEDORCHAK

The late Catharine Foreaker Fedorchak was abstracting records, tramping through cemeteries, and chasing down family trees long before genealogy began a popular passion for most Americans. During her visits to Monroe County through the 1950s -1980s, she began recording all the information she found and publishing it in a weekly column for the county newspaper and compiling volumes of her research. This resulted in two landmark series that have been treasured by Monroe County genealogists and historians for many years. The Monroe County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society was given exclusive permission to reprint her works. They have now been republished in their entirety.

Family Research in Monroe County, Ohio

This series is a compilation of her newspaper columns for the county newspaper, Spirit of Democracy,which covers almost 30 years. In addition to her columns, we have included correspondence from researchers and other records sent to her.We are listing the names of families featured in her articles, but the index reveal thousands of names of Monroe County citizens. In addition to Monroe County, she also had info from adjoining counties of Belmont, Washington and Noble.  Each volume is approximately 300 pages. BUY THE SET AND SAVE 10% OFF THE TOTAL PRICE!

#016

Family Research in Monroe County, Ohio

Volume 1 - out of print

#017

Family Research in Monroe County, Ohio

Volume 2  Part 1 -Morris, Miller, Hunter-Miller, Rucker,Carmichael, Barkes, Foreman, Stuckey, Smith-Noffsinger, Civil War records, court records, Smith-Wilard, 1830  census notes, Farrier, Yoho, Stonebraker, Boyer, Eddy, Morris, Sailor, Bruny, Gray, newspaper abstracts, Hardesty's History, McCullough, Tingley, Atkinson, Leslie, Beallsville Presbyterian cemeery, Young, Grissell, Zesiger, Funkhauser, Brown, Truax, Hogue, Varner, Midkiff, Mellott, Sigler, Miller, Steward, Dement, Dye, Cisne.

$20.00

#018

Family Research in Monroe County, Ohio

Volume 2 Part 2 - Post offices, Hardesty History biographies, Bainum, McCullough, Fulkerson, John Mechem's account book,Revolutionary War soldiers: Truax, Wink, LeMaster, Farley, Sill, Miller, Mills, Casteel, Smith, McClain, Pratt, Edge; Brown, naturalization records, Civil War pensioners, Grier, Tidd, Nalley, Dougherty, obituary of Duncan Highman, Eikleberry, Fulkerson, Poulton, 116th OVI,

#019

Family Research in Monroe County, Ohio

Volume 3 - African Americans in Monroe & Belmont, church records, quit claim deeds, Center Twp. Minute book, Germans in Monroe County, Court of Common Pleas records, Appearance docket #9 1849, marriage records of Squire Mayes, early settlers of Fulda, Noble Co., newspaper abstracts from 1844, migrations to Wayne County, IL, obituaries, Underground Railroad, Jersualem cemetery, 116th OVI, Jackson County WV marriages, land grants, will book 1, Smithfield U. B. Church of Pittsburgh. Plus family columns on Daniel Kearns, George Getz, Drum, Dougherty, Billingsley, Henry Dickerson, William Griffith, Philip Hupp,wilson of Stafford, Neuhart, Stoehr, Koher, Kansig, Philip Kimnach, Gates, Jacob Winland, William Sloan, Ackerman, John Brothers, Jacky,Tisher, John Mozena, Rhodes, John Lanam Bible records, George King heirs, William Evans, Elizabeth Archer, John Carmichael, Absolam Davis and Morris Carrick, Thomas Wilson, Thomas Cochran and Susannah Burgh.

$20.00

#020

Family Research in Monroe County, Ohio

Volume 4 - Sultana explosion, McElfresh, Goudy, Morris, Cox, Barnes, Stine, Roos, Foreaker, Hanson, Shnelle, Price, Drum, Walters, Ford, Frutschi ancestors in Switzerland, Neuhart, Dye, Zion of Hannibal church records, Hart, Keller, wills, Michael Hess cemetery, Flat Rock cemetery, Hoskinson, Farmer, Schoonover, Fox, Eddy, Dennis, court records, McKeown, Stanley, Jersualem history, Hogue, Kirkbride, Willison, massie, Weber, Buchanan Church, courth records, Lincard, Moser, Potts, Greene Co. PA famillies Morris, Archer, Gray, Carrothers, Dye, Weber, Budenthal Mill, Amos Buell Jones, Eckleberry, mcDonnell/McDonald, Beardmore, Clegg.

$20.00

#021

Family Research in Monroe County, Ohio

Volume 5-  Featured famillies: Capt. Wm. Dougherty, Denbow, Burkhart, Powell, Dye, Bryson, Adamson, Mozena, Foote, Smith, Miller, Kittel, Rose/Roos, Becker, Henthorne, Rucker, Pfalzgraf, Winland, Latshaw, von Trotha, Cuntz, Baker, Steed. Also early histories by Clyde Decker, Zion church records (Ohio Township), deeds, O R & W Railroad, obituaries, cemeteries, roots in Rumbach, land grants, Civil War soldiers killed in action, Hope Ridge or Harmony Baptist cemetery and early settlers, journal of Dr. W. M. Schooley.

$20.00

#022

Family Research in Monroe County, Ohio

Volume 6 - Families: Thomas Massie & Sara Lunsford, John Baker, John Burkhart, George Brubach, Yoho, Mary L. Miles nee Bidenharen, Mann, Ball, Walter, Clingan, David Conner, Jesse Luckey, Howell, David C. Dougherty, Isaac Bottenfield, Isabella Orange, John Calvin Orange, Devoe-Green, Josephus Cox & Margaret Daughterty, Michael Lang, Burkhart Letzelter, James Lincicome, Dunn, Noffsinger, Johann Jacob Nieb, Gates, Buskirk, Mallory, Jacob Ringer, John Jones, Yoho-Okey, Jacob Tisher, Billman, Hamilton. Also Center Township minute book, French ancestors, Zion Evangelical Church records of Ohio township, Capt. Wm. Lowery's Company in War of 1812, German research.

$20.00

#023

Family Research in Monroe County, Ohio

Volume 7 - Land patents, deeds, Salem (Ohio Township) Church records, Civil War soldiers, quit claim deeds, court records, newspaper abstracts, obituaries, cemeteries. Families: Drum, Dakan, Foggin, Tisher, Catlett, Fogle, Bonar, Oshel, Horn, Berry, Yost, Dicks, Kochert, Harmon, Luke, Affolter, Brooks, Hill, Citizen Beall, Weston, Talbot, Thompson, Yunkas, Allen, Diehl, Pfalzgraf, Scheel, Vierheller, Brown, Luizadder.

$20.00

#024

Family Research in Monroe County, Ohio

Volume 8 -Families: Enochs, Grandon, Diehl, Christman, Ullman, Nicholas Fankhouser, Yost, Pfalzgraph, Absalom Martin, Yockey, Weaver, Sprout/Sproat, Isabel Foreaker, Helen Ludwig, Cooley, Fisher, Hofer, Coen, Okey, Hines, Brister, Dailey, William Trembly, Weisent, Krebs, Melchior Ruch, James Allen, William Trembly, Brown, Horn/Haren, Jacob Bare, Archibald and Basil Morris, William Brown, James and Thomas Allen, Anthony Burkhart, James Guthrie, John Burkhart, Isaac Baldwin, Joseph Yontz, Adam Henthorn. Also newspaper abstracts, Civil War soldiers, court records, 1867 marriages, maiden names of women, partial readings of cemeteries: Brownsville, Chapel Hill, Laings Presbyterian, Egger Ridge, Pioneer.

$20.00

#025

Family Research in Monroe County, Ohio

Volume 9 - Court records, land deeds, patients of D. McCollum, Civil War soldiers, 1812 soldiers, newspaper abstracts, church records, partial cemetery readings of: Hopewell M. E., Sutherland, Rings Mills, Jericho, Moose Ridge, German Lutheran, German Methodist, St. Henry's, Mt. Hope, Trail Run, Little Dutch, Locust Grove, Masterton, Liberty E. U. B., Grandview, Stafford, Pioneer, Brownsville, Unity Baptist, West Union, Conner Ridge, cemeteries in Noble & Washington Co. Family articles: Farley, Moffit, John Hailton, Miller, Hartshorn, Jacob Tisher, Carpenter, Amost Sharp Jones, Luke, Carpenter, Oblinger, Henry Sams, Jacob Keevert, McCollum, Clegg, Wise, Yunkas, Dearth, Francis Miller, Wise, Burkhart, Sellers, Adam Burkhart, James Brown, Curtis, Ball.

$20.00

#026

Family Research in Monroe County, Ohio

Volume 10 -  Partial readings of cemeteries: Jericho, Moss Run, Lawrence Baptist (Washington Co.), Buchanan, Upper Paw Paw, Barber Ridge, St. John's UCC, St. James, Headley Ridge, Chapel Hill, Moose Ridge, Mt. Moriah, Winland-Pryor. Also court records, land patents, newspaper abstracts, tax lists, marriage records, Civil War discharges. Plus articles on Liberty & Eli Curtis, Haught, Levi Davis, William Dement, Schwallie-Ulrich, Edington, William Stille, Daniel Dye, William Hall, Yunkas, Kochert, Dicks, Craig-Piatt, David Freemire.

$20.00

Monroe County, Ohio Genealogical Records

For many years, these rare volumes could only be found in select libraries and in private collections. Some of her later volumes have never even been available to the public. Now you can own this treasure trove of Monroe County records. The books are overflowing with court records, newspaper abstracts, cemetery readings, family histories, and more records to numerous to mention. Each book is indexed and contains thousands of names. You won't want to miss out on any of these! BUY THE SET AND SAVE 10% OFF THE TOTAL PRICE!

#041

Monroe County, Ohio Genealogical Records

Volume 1 - Cemetery inscriptions, naturalizations, minister and tradesmen licenses, WPA cemetery survey, court records, newspaper abstracts, land records, Kirkbride family, applications for Edington, Hawkins, Brown family histories, Revolutionary veterans in Monroe, cemetery Kennonsburg in Noble County.

$16.00

#042

Monroe County, Ohio Genealogical Records

Volume 2 - Cemetery inscriptions: Egger Ridge, Gillespie, Mt. Carrick, Swazey, Neuhart, Morris, Malaga, Sunsbury, Sardis, Hannibal, Witten, Miltonsburg, Mt. Hope, Trail Run, Locust Grove, Zion, St. John’s Methodist, Belt, Rinards Mill, Antioch, Fletcher’s, Laings, Mt. Olive, Clarington, Cameron, Rutter, Center Township 1835 Record book, newspaper abstract beginning 1844, court of common pleas 1822-1852, families of Cline, Atkinson, Yockey-Lang, Stewart, Bachman, Huffman, Archbold, Brown, Wilson, Gadd, Hendershot, Craig, Atkinson, Headley, Mozena, Talbott, Stephens, Civil War soldiers, selected items from Hardesty’s History.

$16.00

#043

Monroe County, Ohio Genealogical Records

Volume 3 -  1820 census, military records for Bates, Foreaker, Fulkerson, Hupp, McVay, Henthorne, Bane, Dailey, Yoho, Starkes, Morris, Tingley, Tomlinson, Enochs, Forshey, Derrough, Durkee, Hissom, court of common pleas, newspapers, cemetery inscriptions: East Sunsbury, St. John’s Methodist, Christian Apostolic, Mt. Vernon, Miltonsburg, Possum Creek, Chapel Hill Catholic, Brister, Southerland Methodist, Stafford, Road Fork Baptist, Crum Ridge, Mt. Tabor, Hartshorn Ridge, Barber Ridge, Daugherty, burial between Beallsville and Clarington, Pugh Ridge, Grandview, Rutter, Zesiger, Winland, Bush, Sykes Ridge, Unity, Sitka, Moss Run, Haythorne, Lentz, Pleasant Ridge, Hope Ridge, Sprague, Mt. Zion or Bracy, Chapel Hill, McIntyre, Salem, Mt. Sinai, Harter, Rinard Mills.

$16.00

#044

Monroe County, Ohio Genealogical Records

Volume 4 -  Center Township 1818 Tax list, 1820 lot owners in Malaga, Woodsfield property owners 1820, General Muster delinquents 1835-1837, 1816 tax records, histories from Hardesty, Washington County census 1800, 1803, 1810, 1810, Washington County marriages of Monroe County people, newspaper abstracts 1851-1855, Stine family, Cemetery inscriptions: Malaga, Neptune, Wise, Walton, German Lutheran at Lewisville, Ford, Beallsville, Sloan, Mt. Union, Potts, Fly, Asberry, Fuchs, Kraft, Christy, Danford, Rucker, Hoskinson, Court of Common Pleas, Deed Books.

$16.00

#049

Monroe County, Ohio Genealogical Records

Volume 5 - Revolutionary veterans: Casteel, Sands, Lisk, Hazzard, Atkins, Hixon, Porter, Stackhouse, Koon, McCollister, Smith, Boughner, Turner, Sproat, Biggs, Hammond, Wiggins, Okey, Cummings, Miller; War of 1812, Capt. Howell’s Company, 1812 pensioners, Edington, Starkey, McCoy, Conger, Ludolph, Ross, Lindemood, Yost, Hukill, Dement, Cavanaugh, Spence, Durkee, Mozena, Bloor, Shankland, Chapman, Drum, Rutter, Cline, Knowlton, Truax, Huffman, Reed, Stephens, Hissom, Shaw, Civil War diary of William Mobberly, newspaper abstracts1863-1868, Marietta Register items of Monroe interest, map, 1806-1810 land owners, deeds, court of common pleas; Cemetery inscriptions: Hines, Miller, Route 260, Creighton Ridge, Summerfield, Iron, Elmer Burkhart, Mt.Zion, Swazey or Gibson Station; families of Rucker, Blake, Ollom, and obituaries.

$16.00

#050

Monroe County, Ohio Genealogical Records

Volume 6 - Cemeteries of Bethel, Washington, Rock Hill, Pioneer, Moose Ridge, Masterton, German Methodist, Barber Ridge, Hopewell, Sutherland, Rinard Mills, Jericho, Brownsville (four), Buchanan Presbyterian, Middle Church, Beallsville Methodist, Carlisle; Noble County cemeteries: Old Catholic or Archer, East Union, Stephens, Vance, Harriettsville, Middleburg, German Lutheran, Carlisle; Washington County: Moss Run, Lawrence Baptist, Lebanon, Liberty EUB; newspaper abstracts, families of Crow, Baker, Archer, Enochs.

$16.00

#051

Monroe County, Ohio Genealogical Records

Volume 7 -  Index to Hardesty’s History of Monroe County, deeds, Court of Common Pleas, newspaper abstracts, family records of Gilmore, Wink, McKain, military applications for Truax, Sellers, Harris, Archer, Woods, Riggs, Dye, Ridgeway, Edwards, Morrill, Bodkin, Flint, Greenletch, Clark, Haught, Moose, Edington.

$16.00

#052

Monroe County, Ohio Genealogical Records

Volume 8 -  Abstracts 1853-1859; Aspden estate, land records, patentees for Township 3 Range 5; township map, original purchasers of Section 35, Township 4, Range 6. Patents for Forshey, Mann, Lindemood, Orange, Crow, Forshey, Okey, Dearth; court records; cemeteries: Steed (Old Baker), Drum, Beardmore, Hartshorn, Creighton Ridge, McPeek, Mann, Murphy, Old Cameron, New Cameron, McCarrick, Brown, Graysville, Crum Ridge (Noble Co.) Crum Ridge Church of Christ. Noble County: Batesville, Route 564, Manifold, Dimmerling Farm; Washington County: Upper Paw Paw, Dalzell Church of Christ, Chambers; Belmont Co. St. Mary’s Temperanceville; Morgan Co. Manchester Twp.; Frontier Rangers, families Dickerson, Winland, Baker, Leak, States, Waller, Smith.

$16

#053

Monroe County, Ohio Genealogical Records

 Volume 9 - Deaths, marriages, baptisms, newspaper abstracts predating the courthouse fire, church deeds, St. John’s Church of Miltonsburg records, 1850 mortality schedule, cemetery inscriptions.

$16.00

#054

Monroe County, Ohio Genealogical Records

Volume 10 -  Land deeds from Book A, Records of William Streachberry, cemetery, military, and church records, families of Ice, Henthorn, and Crow.

$16.00

#055

Monroe County, Ohio Genealogical Records

Volume 11 - Spirit of Democracy abstracts 1853-1855; 1866-1871; 1881 and miscellaneous; Court of Common Pleas, Deed Book C, cemetery inscriptions: Quaker, Presbyterian, Pugh Ridge, St. John’s of Switzerland, Ozark, 1845 Home Missions, deed books, court records.

$16.00

#056

Monroe County, Ohio Genealogical Records

Volume 12 - Cemetery records from St. John’s Catholic at Miltonsburg, Hope Ridge, Winland-Pryor, and some small sites in Washington and Morgan Counties. Newspaper abstracts from the 1800s, Court of Common Pleas from 1842-1846, deed book abstracts, Revolutionary War soldiers in Monroe County and families of Yoho and Truax.

$18.00

#057

Monroe County, Ohio Genealogical Records

Volume 13  - Another volume in this series of records from Monroe County include more court records covering the years 1842-1868, transcripts from Will Book 1 starting 1867, various deed records 1845-1847, abstracts from the briefly published Taxpayer 1900-1901, Spirit of Democracy March 1857-December 30, 1857 and February 1875-January 1876, some tombstone inscriptions from Jerusalem, Zion Church of Christ, Ozark Route 26, Ozark Catholic, and Evans Baptist in Adams, William Sloan’s account book 1864-1865 from Malaga area.  Hundreds of Monroe County ancestors are listed in these pages. Index.  2011

$18.00

#058

Monroe County, Ohio Genealogical Records

Volume 14 -
 Volume 14 of this series highlights excepts from the Spirit of Democracy newspaper covering the years (in part) February 1876 to 1851, miscellaneous court of common pleas records including 1867-1871 (in part), some wills from the first will book in Monroe County, Cemetery Records including East Sunsbury, Harmony Baptist, Schell Burial Plot, Sykes Ridge, Old Malaga, Malaga, Bush Church, Harper Ridge, Old John Phillips Property, Old Seals Property, Michael Hess Burial Plot, Bolen Ridge, Rutter Cemetery, Walton, McVeigh, and Jerusalem Village, as well as cemeteries in Belmont County including Lucas, Sloan, Harmony M.E., Colored Cemetery, M.E. Pleasant Ridge, John Edge (lone RW Soldier grave), Moore, Crabapple Creek, Old Presbyterian, Christian Church, Moore plus continuation of Court of Common Pleas Record Book 18 for the years 1870, 1871, naturalization records (1867, 1880's, 1890's), Administrations (1866 and 1867), Wills (mostly from Will Book I and some from Will Book 2) as well as an index to the cemeteries included in Volumes I to XIV of this series. Index.

$18.00

#059

Monroe County, Ohio Genealogical Records

Volume 15 -The 15th and final volume of this excellent series is a continuation of more records from Monroe County. This volume includes newspaper abstracts from 1878-1879, church records from the German Evangelical of Miltonsburg, Middle Church and Lewisville, cemetery inscriptions from Mt. Moriah, Mt. Olive, West Union, Salem UCC, Buchanan, Neuhart, Fairview, Goudy, Trail Run, Pleasant Ridge, Beautiful Ridge, Antioch, Moose Ridge, Moffett-Fletcher, Mt. Carrick, Emma Grove, St. John UCC, Headley Ridge, Chapel Hill, St. James, Sykes Ridge, and Sykes Ridge. The volume also contains court records spanning several years between 1832 to 1879., various marriage records, land deeds, early death records, wills, and soldier discharges. 2011

$18.00

HISTORIES

#004

Monroe County, Ohio Families

Originally published in 1992, this 9 x 12 bound volume contains over 900 stories of the people and places of Monroe County. Told in the words of family researchers and accompanied by rare family photos, this is the only book of its kind ever published on Monroe County. (For this book, please add $4.00 postage.)

$55.00

MAPS

#005

1869 Map of Monroe County, Ohio

Compiled by Rita Bone Kopp. Reprint of an original landowners atlas completed by Jno. B. Noll. Identifies land owners in that year; also includes list of post office in county. Super research tool to identify your ancestor's land and neighbors. Township, range and section are included.

$8.00

NEWSPAPER ABSTRACTS

Tired of scrolling through microfilm to find a death notice?  Looking for records that predate the 1867 courthouse fire? Find your ancestors quickly in the pages of the newspapers published during their lifetime.   All genealogical information in the Spirit of Democracy and the  Monroe County Democrat newspapers has been abstracted by Rita Kopp and included in these indexed issues.  Death notices, obituaries, marriages, court records, wedding notices, and criminal proceedings are just a few of the items that contribute to a fascinating read.

#006

Monroe County, Ohio Newspaper Abstracts

Volume 1 - This volume covers the time period of 7 Oct 1897 - 28 Dec 1899 and 13 Feb 1893 - Jan 1894.

$8.00

#007

Volume 2  - If you're looking for information before the courthouse fire of 1867, then check out this volume. It covers September 1860 and Dec 1862-Dec 1867.

$10.00

#008

Volume 3 - CURRENTLY OUT OF PRINT

#009

Volume 4 -CURRENTLY OUT OF PRINT

#010

Volume 5 - A super resource for those looking for data before the 1867 courthouse fire. The Spirit of Democracy began publicaiton in 1844 and this volume covers its first years. Mar 1844 - 25 Aug 1852.

$13.00

OBITUARIES

One of the most valuable sources of information is the obituary. These are compilations that came from personal collections.

#011

Monroe County, Ohio Obituaries

Volume 1 - Compiled by Kathy Schafer Romick. This volume is a super companion to the Ohio & Lee Township Cemetery book. Filled with 203 obituaries covering 1900-1960.

$11.00

#012

Volume 2 - Compiled by Ruth D. Hogue. Ruth was a genealogist for over 40 years. She collected a variety of obituaries from her home area of Perry Township and Center Township, as well as other townships in the center and western parts of the county.

$12.00

#013

Volume 3  - The obituary collection of Ella Dennis Stephens focuses largely on the Green Township area and adjoining townships. It covers the years 1890-1910.

$9.00

RECORDS

#040

Trustee Minutes 1826-1860 of Adams Township

Author: G. Howard Phillips. Transcribed from the original record book of the Adams Township trustees, these records contain hundreds of residents of Adams and surrounding townships.  Trustees dealt with roads, finances, and school districts, as well as making provisions for paupers and indentured apprentices.  A fascinating look into the lives of the people of Monroe’s past.

$15.00

#039

Reconstructed Marriage Records of Monroe County, Ohio

Author: Ruth D. Hogue. In June 1867 a devastating fire swept through the Monroe County Probate Office and destroyed its entire contents. Gone were marriages, estates and wills from the county's formation until that night. Ruth has attempted to reconstruct the marriage by compiling them from other sources such as family records and newspaper accounts. This book also contains additional information. A wonderful source to help replace some of the missing data.

Temporarily out of print

 

 

 

 

 

 

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