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1 A Separate Sphere: Dressmakers in Cincinnati's Golden Age, 1877-1922

Texas Tech University Press

725157 
Price: 19.96 USD

 

 

2 MAP: Cincinnati, Ohio: 1901

Black and white map, 18" x 24", including margins., Reproduction map of original
At the end of the nineteenth century, Cincinnati was the 10th largest city in the United States, with more than 325,000 people, many of them immigrants, living in its many neighborhoods. Our detailed map shows the city’s streets and 31 wards, plus neighborhoods such as Corryville, Mount Adams, Cumminsville and more. Many public buildings and institutions such as the House of Refuge and the Cincinnati Work House are identified, as are major rail lines and streetcar lines. The map also locates numerous cemeteries, including the German Catholic and Protestant cemeteries. Ideal for use in late 19th and early 20th century research.
B34 
Price: 7.95 USD

 
 

 

3 Hamilton County, Ohio: As extracted from Henry Howe's Historical Collections of Ohio
Edited by Barbara Keyser Gargiulo
6 x 9, illustrations, index, bibliography, paperback, Little Miami Publishing Company
This chapter on Hamilton County was extracted from Henry Howe's Historical Collections of Ohio in Two Volumes, The Ohio Centennial Edition, 1896. The new table of contents, index, and bibliography have been carefully created and are specific to this publication and will aid the researcher to quickly find entries of interest.
250298 
Price: 20.00 USD

 
Hamilton County, Ohio, Burial Records, Vol. 14: Harrison Township, Hamilton County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society


4 Hamilton County, Ohio, Burial Records, Vol. 14: Harrison Township
Hamilton County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society
(2001), 2007, 8½x11, paper, 186 pp, Heritage Books, Inc
Edited by Hazel L. Berry and Mary H. Remler. This volume comprises genealogical data gleaned from five cemeteries within the Harrison Township. Harrison is the northern-most township of Hamilton County, and the first plat for this village was recorded in 1813. Records are grouped by cemetery, arranged by lot number, and include (as available) first and last name, date of birth or age, date of death, and remarks. In 1817, Jabez C. Tunis donated one acre of land for a cemetery, stipulating that it always be used as a public burial ground-the Harrison Park Cemetery. Sixty-three burials were removed to Glen Haven Cemetery in 1887, and in 1894, the remaining burials were removed to the Woodlawn Cemetery. Three burials remain in the park to fulfill the donation requirements. Glen Haven Cemetery was incorporated in 1857 and is still active. This, the largest section, also provides (as available) place of birth, cause of death, and place of residence. Land for the Woodlawn Cemetery was deeded to the Presbyterian Church in 1832. The cemetery, now owned by Harrison Township, is still active. On February 10, 1829, two and three-tenths acres of land were deeded to the Presbyterian Church. The church building was demolished in 1879, but the Old Baptist Cemetery remains. The cemetery that later became St. John The Baptist (Catholic) Cemetery was first established in 1857. A map of Hamilton County cemeteries, maps of the individual cemeteries (with lot locations), a list of abbreviations used, and a surname index augment the text.
H1753 
Price: 29.00 USD

 
 
Hamilton County, Ohio, Burial Records : Volume 7: Springfield Township Cemeteries, Hamilton County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society.


5 Hamilton County, Ohio, Burial Records : Volume 7: Springfield Township Cemeteries
Hamilton County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society.
(1994), 2008, 8½x11, paper, index, 428 pp, Heritage Books, Inc
For this major work, gravestone readings were recorded for all known burial sites in Springfield Township except for Arlington and Landmark Memorial Gardens. The burials in Beech Grove Cemetery are mostly of Afro-Americans and this is the first time these records have been published.
H0081 
Price: 54.50 USD

 
Hamilton County, Ohio, Burial Records, Volume 12: Calvary Cemetery, Hamilton County Chapter OGS


6 Hamilton County, Ohio, Burial Records, Volume 12: Calvary Cemetery
Hamilton County Chapter OGS
(2000), 2009, 8½x11, paper, index, 318 pp, Heritage Books, Inc
Calvary Cemetery is located in the Cincinnati, Ohio, suburb of Evanston and covers thirteen acres. The first burial was recorded in November 1865; over 17,000 interments have since been made and the grounds remain active. This new work reprints Calvary Cemetery's burial records in their entirety, cross-referenced with readings from headstones and markers to ensure accuracy. Records are arranged alphabetically by surname and contain (wherever available): full name of the deceased, date of birth, date of death, age at time of death and date of interment, with cemetery section, lot and row numbers. Generally, these records contain little supplemental information but do occasionally note familial relations (such as father, mother, sister, or brother), military service and name changes. In addition to thousands of Cincinnati area residents, Calvary Cemetery is also the resting place of Sisters from three religious convents: the Sisters of St. Ursula Convent and Academy in Section E, the Little Sisters of the Poor in Sections S and I, and the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, also in Section I. These women are listed together with fellow members of their order, identified by both their birth and religious names. Their surnames, as well as those of allied family members, are included in the "Additional Family Related Surname Index" which closes this volume. A map is included showing the locations of all burial grounds in Hamilton County, followed by plats for each section of Calvary Cemetery.
H1433 
Price: 38.50 USD

 
 
Index of Death Notices Appearing in the Cincinnati Volksblatt. 1846-1918 [Hamilton County], Hamilton County Chapter Ohio Genealogical Society


7 Index of Death Notices Appearing in the Cincinnati Volksblatt. 1846-1918 [Hamilton County]
Hamilton County Chapter Ohio Genealogical Society

Over 33,000 names of people who died between 1846 and 1918. This index furnishes a comprehensive alphabetical list, with the full name of the deceased, the date the notice was published, date of death, the age of the deceased and maiden name.
H0891 
Price: 60.00 USD

 
Restored Hamilton County, Ohio, Marriages, 1850-1859, HCOGS


8 Restored Hamilton County, Ohio, Marriages, 1850-1859
HCOGS
(1998), 2008, 8½x11, paper, alphabetical, 2 vols., 860 pp, Heritage Books, Inc
On March 24, 1884 a great tragedy struck Cincinnati. A riot started that evening in the downtown area and resulted in the burning of the Hamilton County Courthouse. This fire destroyed many of the records in the courthouse, including marriage license applications and returns. Apparently many of the older records (before 1860) were stored in another part of the courthouse and did not sustain as extensive damage as those from the period 1860 until March 1884; however, the license returns before 1860 have entire month gaps where there are no records surviving, and some records are missing first or last names. This index contains over 30,000 marriages which occurred in Hamilton County during the 1850s; it reconstructs and supplements as much data as possible for the time period from January 1850 until December 1859. Sources include the restored marriage license applications and returns that are available at the courthouse, and also Protestantische Zeitblatter, a newspaper which published some marriages starting in January 1853. Alphabetical entries include the names of the bride and groom, date of marriage and source of marriage information. You can find marriages easily by searching either the brides' or the grooms' list.
H1075 
Price: 112.50 USD

 
 

 

9 CD: Restored Hamilton County, Ohio Marriages, 1860-1869
Jeffrey G. Herbert
(1997), 2002, CD, Adobe Acrobat, v5, PC and Mac, 662 pp, Heritage Books
On March 24, 1884, a riot in downtown Cincinnati resulted in a fire in the Hamilton County Courthouse. One set of records that was completely destroyed was the collection of marriage license applications and returns from 1860 to 1884. Less than 5% of these lost records had ever been recovered until the Hamilton County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical society and Jeffrey G. Herbert sat down to the task. This compilation reconstructs 85% of the lost data from January 1860 through December 1869. During this period, approximately 27,000 marriages took place in the Hamilton County area; this collection contains over 23,100 of them. The main source of information for these reconstructed records was the lists of marriage license applications published in the Cincinnati Volksblatt, a German-language newspaper for immigrants to Cincinnati. Another newspaper, the Protestantische Zeitblatter, also served as a source. Wherever possible, the spelling of names was checked against original church records, and sometimes these church records proved to be sources of additional marriage listings. The information in each marriage record includes the names of bride and groom, the marriage date and the name of the source. The records are listed alphabetically, first by grooms’ names and then by brides’ names.
CD2262 
Price: 18.95 USD

 
Index of Death Notices and Marriages Notices appearing in the Cincinnati Daily Gazette, 1827-1881, Jeffrey G. Herbert


10 Index of Death Notices and Marriages Notices appearing in the Cincinnati Daily Gazette, 1827-1881
Jeffrey G. Herbert
(1992), 2007, 8½x11, paper, 2 vols., 854 pp, Heritage Books, Inc
This volume is divided into two sections, death notices and marriage notices. Both sections are arranged alphabetically by last name. The marriages are entered under both the bride's and groom's names. Included in the introductory material are Reported Death Totals for Cincinnati (1828-1881), list of Cincinnati cemeteries in 1850 (name and address), list of Revolutionary War Soldiers (as mentioned in obituaries), members of the Pioneer Association of Cincinnati in 1858, and a list of marriage licenses issued by Gov. St. Clair from November 1795 to May 1796.
H0755 
Price: 102.00 USD

 
 

 

11 Restored Hamilton County, Ohio, Marriage Records Supplement, 1850-1884
Jeffrey G. Herbert
8.5 x 11; vi, 194 pp, paperback, Little Miami Publishing Company
After the original RESTORED HAMILTON COUNTY, OHIO, MARRIAGES volumes were published, additional resources were made available. This new publication, a supplemental volume, is intended to give the researcher access to additional marriages that occurred in Hamilton County, Ohio, before 1884 and that were not included in the previous publications. This index contains over forty-eight hundred marriages that occurred in Hamilton County between 1850 and 1884.
365733 
Price: 30.00 USD

 
Restored Hamilton County, Ohio, Marriages, 1808-1849, Jeffrey G. Herbert


12 Restored Hamilton County, Ohio, Marriages, 1808-1849
Jeffrey G. Herbert
(1998), 2007, 8½x11, paper, alphabetical, 2 vols., 654 pp, Heritage Books, Inc
This index contains almost 23,000 marriages which occurred in Hamilton County before 1850. The primary base of information for this index is the restored marriage license applications and returns. Church records were checked when available and permitted. This index is arranged alphabetically in two sections, first by groom and then by brides.
H1039 
Price: 87.00 USD

 
 
Restored Hamilton County, Ohio, Marriages, 1860-1869, Jeffrey G. Herbert


13 Restored Hamilton County, Ohio, Marriages, 1860-1869
Jeffrey G. Herbert
(1997), 2009, 8½x11, paper, alphabetical, 662 pp, Heritage Books
On March 24, 1884 a great tragedy struck Cincinnati. A riot started that evening in the downtown area and resulted in the burning of the Hamilton County Courthouse. This fire destroyed many of the records in the courthouse, including marriage license applications and returns. Apparently many of the older records (before 1860) were stored in another part of the courthouse and did not sustain as extensive damage as those from the period 1860 until March 1884. One set of records that was completely destroyed was the collection of marriage license applications and returns from 1860 to 1884. Less than five percent of these lost records had ever been recovered until the Hamilton County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society and Jeffrey G. Herbert sat down to the task. This compilation reconstructs eighty-five percent of the lost data from January 1860 through December 1869. During this period, approximately 27,000 marriages took place in the Hamilton County area; this collection contains over 23,100 of them. The main source of information for these reconstructed records was the lists of marriage license applications published in the Cincinnati Volksblatt, a German-language newspaper for immigrants to Cincinnati. Another newspaper, the Protestäntische Zeitblatter, also served as a source. Wherever possible, the spelling of names was checked against church records, and sometimes these church records proved to be sources of additional marriage listings. Many of the names in church registers were not written in English during this time. All of the German Protestant churches kept their records and used the Old German script style of handwriting, which makes interpretation very difficult. Almost all of the Catholic churches kept their records in Latin. The information in each marriage record includes the names of bride and groom, the marriage date and the name of the source. The records are listed alphabetically, first by grooms' names and then by brides' names.
H0616 
Price: 60.00 USD

 
Restored Hamilton County, Ohio, Marriages, 1870-1884, Jeffrey G. Herbert


14 Restored Hamilton County, Ohio, Marriages, 1870-1884
Jeffrey G. Herbert
1994, 8½x11, paper, index, 2 vols., 1038 pp, Heritage Books
This index is an attempt to reconstruct as much of the burned record data as possible. During these years approximately 41,000 marriages occurred in the Cincinnati, Hamilton County area. This index contains over 36,800 marriages or close to 90% of the total number. The marriages are listed alphabetically by grooms' last name. Each entry contains the date the notice appeared and the source in which the information may be found. When possible, records were verified with other sources to avoid misspellings and other typographical errors associated with records found in newspapers. A brides' name index has been included as well.
H0139 
Price: 127.00 USD

 
 
Hamilton County, Ohio, Death Records, Volume I, 1865-1869, Lois E. Hughes


15 Hamilton County, Ohio, Death Records, Volume I, 1865-1869
Lois E. Hughes
1992, 8½x11, paper , 599 pp, Heritage Books
This massive volume includes approximately 20,000 records copied from the Hamilton County, Ohio, Death Registers received from Probate Court. All pertinent information in the Death Registers is recorded here. Includes names of the deceased listed alphabetically, death date, age, color, marital status, cause of death, occupation when known, last residence, length of residence, previous residence in some cases, physician, undertaker, and interment. Glossary of medical terms.
H0676 
Price: 81.00 USD

 

 

16 Hamilton County, Ohio, Death Records, Volume II, 1870-1873
Lois E. Hughes
1992, 8½x11, paper, 2 vols., 359+588 pp, Heritage Books
This massive volume includes copied from the Hamilton County, Ohio, Death Registers received from Probate Court. All pertinent information in the Death Registers is recorded here. Includes names of the deceased listed alphabetically, death date, age, color, marital status, cause of death, occupation when known, last residence, length of residence, previous residence in some cases, physician, undertaker, and interment. Glossary of medical terms.
H3677 
Price: 123.00 USD

 
 
Hamilton County, Ohio Citizenship Record Abstracts, 1837-1916, University of Cincinnati


17 Hamilton County, Ohio Citizenship Record Abstracts, 1837-1916
University of Cincinnati
(1991), 2009, 8½x11, paper, alphabetical, 438 pp, paperback, Heritage Books
These abstracts have been printed from a database compiled by the Archives & Rare Books Department of the Libraries of the University of Cincinnati. They cover original and restored Declarations of Intention to Naturalize and the subsequent naturalization papers for over 25,000 people, whose papers are on file at the Hamilton County, Ohio, courthouse for the years 1837 to 1916. Many of the records originated in other counties and other states. The abstracts include the name and age of the applicant, country of origin, departure port and date, arrival port and date, declaration date, and naturalization date, provided that data was available in the files. Copies of the original records can be obtained from the Archives for a small fee. This work presents a substantial source for identifying immigrants who settled in Ohio (at least long enough to get naturalized).
U0421 
Price: 52.00 USD

 

 

18 Hamilton County, Ohio, Index of Early Deed Books, 1804-1806 and 1814-1817
William H. Graver, Eileen Mullen
8.5 x 11; v, 294 pages; alphabetical, paperback, Little Miami Publishing Company
This book indexes more than 12,000 names found in the documents of the Hamilton County, Ohio, Recorder's deed books F1, F2, O, and P. Because some documents were not recorded until years after they were written, these books contain entries dated as early as 1788. More than 4,500 of the names are from documents written in the periods from 1788-1803 and 1807-1813. It is the only name index that exists for these books. This index is especially helpful in finding early families as there were no city or county directories during these years. More than 5,500 entries tell where the person lived and more than 2,400 names pair husbands and wives.
250190 
Price: 32.50 USD

 


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