KNOX COUNTY OHIO
1895 Map of Ohio
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for Large Map)
Map modified with permission
of Ray Sterner from http://fermi.jhuapl.edu/states
MAGGIE'S SKELETON CLOSET AKA PLACES TO SEEK YOUR ANCESTORS
Knox County Probate Court
106 E High St.
Mt Vernon, OH 43050-3453
NOTE: The only have records back to 1993
For Records Prior to that contact:
Knox County Law Library
117 E. High St, Mt Vernon, OH 43050
Knox County Health Dept
117 E High St, Mt Vernon, OH 43050
Mt Vernon Public Library
201 N Mulberry St, Mt Vernon, OH 43050
The Knox County Genealogical Society
117 E. High Street, Room B153
Mount Vernon, OH 43050
web address: https://sites.rootsweb.com/~ohkcgs
email address: [email protected]
Fredericktown Historical Society
2 East Sandusky Street, Fredericktown, OH 43019
307 Wooster Road, Mount Vernon, OH 43050
Knox County Historical Society/Museum
997 Harcourt Road, Mount Vernon, OH 43050
(Open 2-4 p.m., Saturday and Sunday)
Knox County was formed in 1808 and named for Henry Knox, Washington's Chief of Artillery in the Revolution. The county is the birthplace of Mary Ann Bickerdyke, America's first nurse during the Civil War.
The county seat of Mt. Vernon has been called the Greek Revival Capital of Ohio, although many of the buildings in that style have been destroyed. The U.S. State Department chose Mt. Vernon to represent a model American City for an article in a Russian magazine.
Probate Judge has marriage records from 1803 & probate records; Clerk of Courts has divorce & civil court records from 1810; County Recorder has land records; County Health Department has birth records from 1908, death & burial records.
Bibliography (Includes detailed sources for all the information on this and the connected pages.)
Hixson Plat Maps, Ohio Townships W. W. Hixson & Company, Rockford, Illinois
(These plat maps were published without dates or copyright notice,
but are believed to be from the 1920s and 1930s. The W. W. Hixson
Company published an Ohio Atlas around 1925 with individual County
maps and Township plat maps.)
Vital Statistics (Includes Birth, Death, Marriage, Divorce, Land, Will & Estate Records.) This is an area
that explains where to look for vital records in the state of Ohio.