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"Home of the "Y" Bridge"
401 Main Street
Zanesville, OH 43701
- Established 1 March 1804
- Muskingum County was named from the Native American Word meaning “near the river”.
- A part was returned to Fairfield County 1817.
- Parts set off to create Coshocton 1810, Guernsey 1810, Morgan 1817.
Places / Localities
- City: Zanesville
- Villages: Adamsville . Dresden . Frazeysburg . Fultonham . Gratiot . New Concord . Norwich . Philo . Roseville . South Zanesville
- Townships: Adams . Blue Rock . Brush Creek . Cass . Clay . Falls . Harrison . Highland . Hopewell . Jackson . Jefferson . Licking . Madison . Meigs . Monroe . Muskingum . Newton . Perry . Rich Hill . Salem . Salt Creek . Springfield . Union . Washington . Wayne
- Communities: Adams Mills . Blue Rock . Chandlersville . Duncan Falls . East Fultonham . Hopewell . Nashport . North Zanesville . Pleasant Grove. Trinway . White Cottage
LDS Cemetery Records (rural or uncertain specific location)
Vol. 1, page 139 - South Adamsville
- Roman Catholic
- Records kept by Carl Louis Wagner, Lutheran minister, 1920-1965. Contains baptisms, confirmations, funerals and weddings in the following locations.
- Brandywine and Sugar Grove, Pendleton County, West Virginia
- Zanesville and Philo, Muskingum County, Ohio
- Eagleport, Morgan County, Ohio
- Lake Township, Fort Wayne, Indiana
- Dixon and Amboy, Lee County, Illinois
- Muskingum County OHGenWeb Project has additional information about various church groups and their records.
- United States Geographic Survey Place Names - GNIS for Muskingum County
(may not always be present in alphabetic order on first try.)
Societies and Libraries
- The Muskingum County OHGenWeb Project, an member of The OHGenWeb Project, an affiliate of The USGenWeb Project
- The USGenWeb Archives Project for Muskingum County.
- Family History Library Catalog
- ↑ The Handybook for Genealogists: United States of America,10th ed. (Draper, UT:Everton Publishers, 2002).