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1 CD: Ohio: Volume 2
HB Archives
2001, CD, Graphic Images, Adobe Acrobat, PC and Mac, 2822 pp, Heritage Books
History and genealogy: Butler County, Ohio Land Records, Vols. 1 & 2: 1803-1823 - Shirley Keller Mikesell (1997). Butler Co. was formed in 1803, the same year OH became a state. These abstracts generally contain: type of transaction; grantor(s) and grantee(s) with place of residence for one or both parties; the section, township, and range of the property; date of the transaction and date of the recording; signer and witnesses; and miscellaneous tidbits such as, "Land now lived upon by…". Early Settlers of Montgomery County, Ohio, Vols. 1-3 - Shirley Keller Mikesell (1991, 1992, 1993). Volume 1 contains information from land records, tax lists, and biographical sketches to provide the reader with an overview of the early settlers of Montgomery County, OH. Volume 2 contains Court Records from 1803 until 1823. The civil law records provide a synopsis of each case and the names of plaintiff, defendant, and jurors. Volume 3 contains marriage and divorce records from 1803 to 1827, early deeds recorded late, election abstracts and an obituary of an early settler. History of Allen County, Ohio and Representative Citizens - Charles C. Miller (1906). History of Allen Co., OH from its beginnings to the book's original publication date. There is also a biographical section including: Ackerman, Altstaetter, Bennett, Breese, Cole, East, Fletcher, Gregg, Haller, Heathe, Hover, Jones, Kiplinger, Losee, Mason, Miller, Owen, Post, Roberts, Steiner, Young and other families. Genealogical and Family History of Eastern Ohio - Ewing Summers (1903). Some of the names included are: Asahel W. Jones, John Wishard Nesbitt, Arthur G. Young, John Wesley Van Auker, Joseph Barlow, John S. Lewis, William W. Riblet as well as many others.
CD1640 
Price: 34.50 USD

 
Early Settlers of Montgomery County, Ohio: Genealogical Abstracts from Common Pleas Court Records Civil and Probate, Shirley Keller Mikesell


2 Early Settlers of Montgomery County, Ohio: Genealogical Abstracts from Common Pleas Court Records Civil and Probate
Shirley Keller Mikesell
(1992), 2008, 5˝x8˝, paper, index, 326 pp, Heritage Books, Inc
This second volume of early Montgomery County records presents court records from 1803 until 1823. The Common Pleas Court in Montgomery County heard cases ranging from assault and battery to probate. Records from this court were filed under two categories: Civil Law Records, and Probate and Testamentary Docket books; both are abstracted here. The civil law records provide a synopsis of each case and the names of plaintiff, defendant, and jurors. The probate records of this court provide the names of the deceased, information concerning the administration of wills and estates, and guardianships assigned. According to the author, "the historian will find an interesting overview of pioneer society in the…abstracts. The rough and tumble frontier lives in records of knife fights, etc. The genealogist will find a more human side of our ancestors in these records, more than simply born, married, died." Many people who may not appear in land records may have had some business with the court, and as such may be named here. Over 600 family names that do not appear in the first volume are to be found here. A full name index is included.
M0601 
Price: 28.00 USD

 
 

 

3 Early Settlers of Montgomery County, Ohio: Genealogical Abstracts from Land Records, Tax Lists, and Biographical Sketches
Shirley Keller Mikesell
(1991), 2008, 5˝x8˝, paper, index, 250 pp, Heritage Books, Inc
This work combines information from land records, tax lists, and biographical sketches to provide the reader with an overview of the early settlers of Montgomery County, Ohio. The combination of sources is a great asset to the researcher, providing a greater depth of information than would be possible with any single source. The early land records and tax lists provide specific genealogical information. In addition to these records, the author abstracted biographical information from five early sources: Rev. A. W. Drury's two-volume history of early Ohio; J. P. Hentz' account of the settlement of the Twin Valley; William E. Smith's compilation of the histories of counties along the Little Miami and Great Miami Rivers, which provides sketches of three specific areas that had been part of Montgomery County; John Edgar's recollections of growing up in a pioneer town; and a compilation of contemporary local histories published by W. H. Beers. The biographical sketches, taken from contemporary authors, not only provide items of genealogical interest, but also describe elements of daily life in early Ohio. The index lists all names found in the text.
M0495 
Price: 27.00 USD

 
Early Settlers of Montgomery County, Ohio: Genealogical Abstracts from Marriage and Divorce Records 1803 - 1827, Early Deeds Recorded Late, Election Abstracts, Obituary of an Early Settler, Shirley Keller Mikesell


4 Early Settlers of Montgomery County, Ohio: Genealogical Abstracts from Marriage and Divorce Records 1803 - 1827, Early Deeds Recorded Late, Election Abstracts, Obituary of an Early Settler
Shirley Keller Mikesell
(1992), 2008, 5˝x8˝, paper, index, 216 pp, Heritage Books, Inc
This volume is the third in a series, which attempts to piece together a substitute "census" for the early Montgomery County researcher. Most of the source material for these abstracts came from the Archives of Wright State University. The marriage records section of this book includes a list of names and denominations of the ministers who performed the rites. Election records give jurisdiction of a Justice of the Peace; knowing the township in which the Justice served may identify a family's location. Supreme Court records provide divorce petitions and other cases of genealogical interest. Deeds Recorded Late includes deeds which were not registered for many years, until the land was sold or divided among heirs, with 1816 selected as the cut-off date of an "early deed." Each section is arranged in chronological order. The every name index includes surname variations.
M0751 
Price: 22.00 USD

 


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