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Alfred<br>Antiquity<br>Apple Grove<br>Bald Knobs<br>Bashan<br>Bradbury<br>Bucks Mill<br>Burlingham<br>Carpenter<br>Chester<br>Danville<br>Darwin<br>Dexter<br>Dorcas<br>Dyesville<br>East Letart<br>Eden<br>Five Points<br>Flora<br>Great Bend<br>Hanesville<br>Harrisonville<br>Hazael<br>Hemlock Grove<br>Hobson<br>Hobson Junction<br>Horner Hill<br>Joppa<br>Keno<br>Kingsbury<br>Langsville<br>Letart Falls<br>Lima<br>Lincoln Heights<br>Long Bottom<br>Meigs<br>Merritt<br>Middleport<br>Midway<br>Minersville<br>Mount Blanco<br>Nease Settlement<br>Oldtown Flats<br>Pageville<br>Pinegrove<br>Plants<br>Point Rock<br>Pomeroy<br>Portland<br>Racine<br>Reedsville<br>Rock Springs<br>Rolandus<br>Rushville<br>Rutland<br>Salem Center<br>Shade River<br>Silver Run<br>Snowville<br>Spiller<br>Success<br>Sumner<br>Syracuse<br>Tuppers Plains<br>Valley Ford<br>Welsh<br>Welshtown<br>Wolfpen<br><br>
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Alfred | Antiquity |&nbsp;Apple Grove |&nbsp;&nbsp; Bald Knobs&nbsp;&nbsp;| Bashan&nbsp;|&nbsp; Bradbury&nbsp;|&nbsp; Bucks Mill&nbsp;&nbsp;
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Burlingham&nbsp;|&nbsp; Carpenter&nbsp;&nbsp;| &nbsp;Chester&nbsp;|&nbsp; Danville&nbsp;&nbsp;| Darwin&nbsp;&nbsp;|&nbsp;Dexter&nbsp; | Dorcas&nbsp; |&nbsp;&nbsp;Dyesville  
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East Letart&nbsp;&nbsp;| &nbsp;Eden&nbsp;| Five Points&nbsp;|&nbsp; Flora&nbsp;|&nbsp; Great Bend&nbsp;&nbsp;| Hanesville&nbsp;&nbsp;| Harrisonville&nbsp;&nbsp;
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Hazael&nbsp;&nbsp;| Hemlock Grove&nbsp;&nbsp;| Hobson&nbsp;&nbsp;| Hobson Junction&nbsp;&nbsp;| Horner Hill&nbsp;&nbsp;| Joppa&nbsp;&nbsp; Keno&nbsp;&nbsp;
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Kingsbury&nbsp;&nbsp;| Langsville&nbsp;&nbsp;| Letart Falls&nbsp;&nbsp;| Lima&nbsp;&nbsp;| Lincoln Heights&nbsp;&nbsp;| Long Bottom&nbsp;&nbsp;| Meigs<br>Merritt&nbsp; | Middleport&nbsp;&nbsp;| Midway&nbsp;&nbsp;| Minersville&nbsp;&nbsp;| Mount Blanco&nbsp;&nbsp;| Nease Settlement&nbsp; Oldtown&nbsp;&nbsp;| Flats &nbsp;| &nbsp;Pageville&nbsp;&nbsp;| Pinegrove&nbsp;&nbsp;| Plants&nbsp;&nbsp;| Point Rock&nbsp;&nbsp;| Pomeroy&nbsp;&nbsp;| Portland&nbsp;&nbsp; Racine&nbsp;&nbsp;| Reedsville&nbsp;&nbsp;| Rock Springs&nbsp;&nbsp;| Rolandus&nbsp;&nbsp;| Rushville&nbsp;&nbsp;| Rutland&nbsp;&nbsp;| Salem Center Shade River&nbsp;&nbsp;| Silver Run&nbsp;&nbsp;| Snowville&nbsp;&nbsp;| Spiller&nbsp;&nbsp;| Success&nbsp;&nbsp;| Sumner&nbsp;&nbsp;| Syracuse<br>Tuppers Plains&nbsp;&nbsp;| Valley Ford&nbsp;&nbsp;| Welsh&nbsp;&nbsp;| Welshtown&nbsp;&nbsp;| Wolfpen<br><br>
  
 
=== Neighboring Counties  ===
 
=== Neighboring Counties  ===

Revision as of 18:02, 18 February 2009

United States  > Ohio > Meigs County

County Courthouse

History

Parent County

1819--Meigs County was created 21 January 1819 from Gallia and Athens Counties.
County seat: Pomeroy [1]

Boundary Changes

Record Loss

Places/Localities

Populated Places

Cities and towns: 

Alfred | Antiquity | Apple Grove |   Bald Knobs  | Bashan |  Bradbury |  Bucks Mill  

Burlingham |  Carpenter  |  Chester |  Danville  | Darwin  | Dexter  | Dorcas  |  Dyesville

East Letart  |  Eden | Five Points |  Flora |  Great Bend  | Hanesville  | Harrisonville  

Hazael  | Hemlock Grove  | Hobson  | Hobson Junction  | Horner Hill  | Joppa   Keno  

Kingsbury  | Langsville  | Letart Falls  | Lima  | Lincoln Heights  | Long Bottom  | Meigs
Merritt  | Middleport  | Midway  | Minersville  | Mount Blanco  | Nease Settlement  Oldtown  | Flats  |  Pageville  | Pinegrove  | Plants  | Point Rock  | Pomeroy  | Portland   Racine  | Reedsville  | Rock Springs  | Rolandus  | Rushville  | Rutland  | Salem Center Shade River  | Silver Run  | Snowville  | Spiller  | Success  | Sumner  | Syracuse
Tuppers Plains  | Valley Ford  | Welsh  | Welshtown  | Wolfpen

Neighboring Counties

Resources

Cemeteries

For a list of cemeteries in Meigs County, OH, click here.

Church

Court

Land

Local Histories

Maps

Military

Newspapers

Probate

Taxation

Vital Records

Societies and Libraries 

Web Sites

  • USGenWeb project. May have maps, name indexes, history or other information for this county. Select the state, then the county.
  • Family History Library Catalog

References

  1. The Handybook for Genealogists: United States of America,10th ed. (Draper, UT:Everton Publishers, 2002).