SENECA COUNTY, OHIO


EVERY NAME INDEX TO HISTORY OF SENECA COUNTY, OHIO

Compiled by Cathy L. O'Connor, © 2009.

From the Close of the Revolutionary War to July, 1880; Embracing many personal sketches of pioneers, anecdotes, and faithful descriptions
of events pertaining to the organization of the county and its progress.

Original text,
History of Seneca County, Ohio, by William Lang (of the Tiffin Bar), published by Transcript Printing Company, 1880,  
Reproduction by Unigraphic, Inc., 1973.

This index contains over 7,000 entries.


ALPHABETICAL INDEX

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OTHER HELPFUL SENECA COUNTY, OHIO LINKS

Seneca County, Ohio GenWeb Project
Seneca County, Ohio GenForum Message Board
Linkpendium - Genealogy Seneca County, Ohio
Seneca County Genealogical Society
Seneca County, Ohio Message Board at Rootsweb
EveryNameIndex.com ~ Free Genealogy Indexes
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For a detailed explanation of how my indexes are compiled please read the About Each Index page.

All of the original texts I use for indexing are borrowed from university libraries or have been obtained through the inter-library loan system.  
I do not own a copy of any of the original texts.  Once the Every Name Index is completed and available here on my website, the original text
has been returned to the lender.  Therefore, I cannot do a look-up for you.

This page contains a link to the original text online if it is available.  If you find names and page numbers you are interested in viewing, you
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