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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.
Price: 34.50 USD



2 Butler County, Ohio, Land Records, Volume 1: 1803-1816
Shirley Keller Mikesell
(1997), 2008, 5˝x8˝, paper, index, 296 pp, Heritage Books, Inc
Butler County was formed in 1803, the same year that Ohio became a state. The county lost some land in 1808 when Preble County was formed, and again in 1815 when Warren County took some land from Butler's north-east corner. Consequently, the county is a little smaller now than what it was originally. These abstracts generally contain the following information: type of transaction (most are deeds but there are also quitclaims, mortgages, etc.); grantor(s) and grantee(s) with the place of residence for one or both of the parties; the section, township and range of the property; date of the transaction and date of the recording; signers and witnesses; and miscellaneous tidbits such as "Final payment due," "no wife's signature" and "Land now lived upon by." Maps enhance the text.
Price: 27.00 USD



3 CD: A History and Biographical Cyclopedia of Butler County, Ohio, With Illustrations And Sketches Of Its Representative Men And Pioneers
Western Biographical Publishing Co
(1882), 2008, Graphic Images, Searchable, Adobe, v6, PC and Mac, 711 pp, Heritage Books, Inc
"At An Age When Antiquaries Were Uncommon, And Few Facilities Were Afforded Of Pursuing Their Investigations, James Mcbride Was Gathering From The Recollection Of Those Who Preceded Him Accounts Of Their Adventures With The Indians, In Wayne's And St. Clair's Armies, And As Settlers Along The Banks Of The Miami. These Narratives Were Minute And Full; They Were Derived From Contemporaries Who Had Themselves Been Concerned In These Affairs. They Were Revised And Compared With Other Relations, And They Were Set Down With A Desire To Have Nothing But The Truth Exhibited-A Quality Rare At Any Age Or In Any Country, But…The Distinguishing Feature Of Mcbride's Mind. Next To These In Value Were The Newspapers Preserved By The Daughters Of C. K. Smith, And Those To Be Found In The Auditor's Office. Although The Files Are Not Complete, They Afford A Vast Repertory Of Information, Extending From 1820 Down To The Present Day. In The Records Of The County, Kept In The Various Public Offices, Are Documents Bearing On Many Phases Of Frontier Life, And It Is To These Sources The Historian Must Chiefly Resort." This History Also Presents The History Of Each Township Within The County Including Hamilton, Reily, Morgan, Hanover, Ross, Fairfield, Liberty, Oxford, St. Clair, Milford, Union, Madison, Wayne, Lemon. Numerous Biographies And Illustrations Highlight The Historical Text.
Price: 19.95 USD


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