3 edition of Surname index of the Franklin County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society. found in the catalog.
Surname index of the Franklin County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society.
Ohio Genealogical Society. Franklin County Chapter.
|LC Classifications||F497.F8 O36 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||80128489|
F85FR OHIO: SURNAME INDEX of The Franklin County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society Vol. 1: Franklin County Chapter P42PE PENNSYLVANIA: 30 PERRY COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA, CEMETERY RECORDS: (complete tombstone inscriptions) Closson Press AUS GEORGIA: 30, BURIALS IN GEORGIA: Austin, Jeannette Holland H18AB OHIO. "Every Name Index to the Federal Population Census, Franklin County, Ohio." The Volunteers of The Franklin County Genealogical Society, This is an every name indes of the Franklin County, Ohio Federail Census. All members of the family were indexed. Everyone from prisoner to prostitute and hotel guest to boarder was indexed.
However the Franklin County Historical Society was organized in at the Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society building on the Ohio State University campus. Their goal was to have 1, members by January 1, According to the Charter list, in , there were approximately members. This group dissolved. The Franklin. F85FR OHIO: SURNAME INDEX of The Franklin County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society Vol. 1: Franklin County Chapter SH45KE VIRGINIA: YEARS IN THE SHENANDOAH VALLEY: The Settlers and Their Pine Church, with Records Made by Paul Henkel: Kelley, Arthur Pierson WIL FAMILIES: 4, DESCENDANTS OF ISAAC WILLEY ().
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Search Surname:. The Ohio Genealogical Society is the largest state genealogical society in the United States, with a mission of protecting and sharing Ohio’s family history resources, developing engaging educational opportunities, and connecting genealogists.
State Route 97 West, Bellville, OH Contact Us. User Manual. This index is an every name list of all names appearing in the eleven volume set of books, Franklin County, Ohio Cemeteries, that was compiled and published between and by the members of the Franklin County Chapter of The Ohio Genealogical Society.
The first ten volumes were compiled between and Genealogical Researcher's Manual with Special References for Using the Ohio Historical Society Library.
Columbus, Ohio: Franklin County Chapter, Ohio Genealogical Society, FHL book D27g. ↑ Hereditary Society Blue Book (), edited by Robert R. Davenport FHL film Item 4 ISBNA Guide to Manuscripts at the Ohio Historical Society. Columbus, Ohio: The Ohio Historical Society, (Family History Library book A3ohs.) ↑ Mettle, Suzanne Wolfe, et al., comps.
Genealogical Researcher's Manual with Special References for Using the Ohio Historical Society Library. Columbus, Ohio: Franklin County Chapter, Ohio. Every name index to the Franklin County Census.
Franklin County Historical Society; c/o COSI, W Broad St, Columbus, OH ; Phone: () ; The Franklin County Historical Society is presently doing business as COSI, Ohio's Center of Science and Industry. The Morgan County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society was formed in as a department of the local Historical Society, and reorganized in as an independent organization.
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Franklin County Genealogical and Historical Society. likes 7 talking about this. FCGHS uniquely provides local mentorship, knowledge, and enthusiasm to support the growth and achievements of Followers: Regular chapter meetings are held on the 3rd Thursday of each month at p.m.
in the Fairfield County Genealogical Library, located at LenwoodDrive in Lancaster, Ohio. Executive Board meetings are held the 2nd Thursday of each month at noon in the Genealogical Library.
Visitors are always welcome at any of our meetings. Every name index to the Federal population census, Franklin County, Ohio / compiled and published by the volunteers of the Franklin County Genealogical Society. GEN Genealogical index to Chancery book volumes I, II, III, IV,Franklin County, Ohio, Court of Common Pleas / compiled by the Franklin County Genealogical.
Ohio Death Records Indexes and Online Death Certificates. Ohio Death Index, and at Ancestry (requires payment) has over million names; is missing. Ancestry also has: Ohio Birth Index, (requires payment) Ohio Wills and Probate Records, at Ancestry (requires payment) coverage varies by county.
Ohio Death Certificates and Index. The Muskingum County Chapter O.G.S. was formed in and chartered by O.G.S. We are proud of our over 40 years of service and hope we can be of assistance to you in the near future. M.C.C.O.G.S. is located on the second floor of the John McIntire Library, North Fifth Street, Zanesville, d: The Franklintonian Committee shall be responsible for developing, publishing and distributing a quarterly newsletter, which provide genealogical and historical information about Franklin Co unty, Ohio; items of genealogical and historical interest; other material and articles which promote the goals and activities of the Society.
(Society By-Laws). This index was first abstracted by the founding members of the Franklin County Genealogical Society aboutbefore the use of computers, onto 3x5 cards and placed in our master surname index files. This surname file eventually reached, conservatively,cards.Get this from a library!
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