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  Beaver Township, Pike County, Ohio - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Beaver Township is a township in eastern Pike County, Ohio.
The township is bordered by Jackson Township (north), Jackson County (east), Marion and Union Townships (south), and Seal Township (west).
The village of Beaver, Ohio is on its south border, and was incorporated from Beaver and Marion Townships.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Beaver_Township,_Pike_County,_Ohio   (201 words)

 Coshocton County, Ohio History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
It is bounded on the north by Jefferson township, on the east by Jackson, on the south by Washington, and on the west by Perry, and consists of township 5 in the 8th range of the original survey.
CLARK township is the middle one of the five northern townships, touching Holmes county on the north, Mill Creek township on the east, Bethlehem on the south, and Monroe on the west.
It is in the southern tier of townships, and touches Jackson, Tuscarawas and Lafayette townships on the north; Linton on the east, and Virginia on the west; Muskingum county bounds it on the south.
www.heritagepursuit.com /Coshocton/cofile4.htm   (22140 words)

 Pike County Chamber of Commerce - Brief History of Pike County
Pike County was created by the Ohio General Assembly January 1, 1815, and was organized in February of that year.
Pike County's first millionaire was James Emmitt, a native of Armstrong County, Pennsylvania, who came to Ohio with his parents in 1814.
Pike County had 1,700 farms in 1940 but a short 30 years later the number had dropped to 450.
www.pikechamber.org /history.html   (1250 words)

 Pike County Wing Timeline   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Stephen Wing Pettis is born to Charles Pettis and Sarah Hosford at Mecca Township, Trumbull County, Ohio.
Solomon Harlow Pettis is born to Colonel Stephen Pettis and Catherine Hosford in Trumbull County, Ohio.
Homer Wing is born at Pike County to Giles Nelson Wing and Polly Matilda Pettis.
members.aol.com /Pionear504/mattimeline.html   (18216 words)

 Harlem Township, Delaware County, Ohio
When a young man, he was licensed to preach in the M. Church, and shortly after coming to Ohio was ordained, and was one of the first ministers to locate in Harlem Township, and for fifty-three years was a faithful worker in the church, and during that time received no pay for his labor.
Smothers lived in Genoa Township, where he worked on a farm, while his wife worked in the house and wove cloth, a portion of which she took on horseback to Columbus, that being the nearest market, and only a few houses at that point.
Gorsuch moved to Harlem Township, Delaware Co., where he bought 125 acres of land, on which he remained until his death, June 24, 1859-though for three years previous, had been in the grocery trade at Centerville; for many years he was Township Trustee.
www.heritagepursuit.com /Delaware/delharlem.htm   (3834 words)

 Martha Day   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
They followed the Indians and on the second day "I raised my gun to shoot one of them and just as I was about to draw trigger, I saw one of my sisters rise up right before the muzzle of my gun between me and the Indians..." The girls were rescued.
Martha again faced adversity in 1774 when her husband, in military service was wounded at the Battle of Point Pleasant.
In the Spring of 1779 he was a volunteer under Captain George Clendenan against the Indians at Stamping Creek a branch of the Greenbrier River then in Augusta County.
www.deliverancefarm.com /martha_day.htm   (378 words)

 Beaver County, PA. Genealogy Queries Surnames Ha
Jane Duff Hartshorne died in Beaver Co., and is buried at Duff Cemetery, Darlington Twp, Beaver Co., PA.
Mary, the daughter of James and Ellinor Hampton, was born in Beaver Co. PA on 28 January 1814.
From a record of Beaver Co., PA marriages (1830-1873) from Beaver Co newspapers I have located the marriages of: Filber, John and Mary Baier by Rev. John Brown (March 1864) and Barr, Wm (Butler Co., PA) and Catharine Hartzel (Butler Co) by Rev. John Brown (Apr/March 1870).
www.flealess.org /beaverquery/archives/H/Ha.html   (4421 words)

 Beaver County, PA. Genealogy Queries Surnames M
His children were born and raised in PA and Columbiana County, OH, which right across the border from Beaver County, PA. In the 1860 Census for Little Beaver, Laurence County, PA, Paschall's son, Samuel, is living with his wife and children.
Beaver County, PA keeps popping up in my research, so it is an avenue I am exploring.
Henry (6/18/1819 - 6/3/1884 in Poe, Hanover Township, Beaver County) and Mary Ann (11/13/1828-8/14/1894 in Poe, Hanover Township, Beaver County).
www.flealess.org /beaverquery/archives/M.html   (12144 words)

 Ohio Townships
Lake county Concord twp, Ross county Congress twp, Morrow county Congress twp, Wayne county Conneaut twp, Ashtabula county Copley twp, Summit county Coventry twp.
Champaign county Johnston twp, Trumbull county Jsckson twp, Perry county Keene twp, Coshocton county Killbuck twp, Holmes county Kingston twp, Delaware county Kingsville twp.
Ashland county Perry twp, Brown county Perry twp, Carroll county Perry twp, Coshocton county Perry twp, Fayette county Perry twp, Franklin county Perry twp, Gallia county Perry twp, Hocking county Perry twp, Lake county Perry twp, Lawrence county Perry twp.
www.rootsweb.com /~ohwood/ohtwpalf.htm   (163 words)

 Slaven(s) Census Transcriptions.
262B William Slavens 34 farmer Ohio Elizabeth P. Slavens 37 Virginia William Slavens 12 Ohio Henry Slavens 9 Ohio Martha Slavens 11 Ohio Charles Slavens 5 Ohio Mary Slavens 2 Ohio Elizabeth Slavens 2 Ohio 1850 Marion Township, Pike County, Ohio p.
Slavens 27 farm labor Ohio Jacob Slavens 21 farm labor Ohio Margaret Slavens 15 Ohio Zachariah Slavens 12 Ohio Charles Southland(?) 40 farmer Ohio 1860 Union Township, Pike County, Ohio p.
Ohio 1870 City of Youngstown, Mahoning County, Ohio p.
www.slavens.net /census/ohmisc.htm   (1408 words)

 The Political Graveyard: Pike County, Ohio
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Assignment of birthplaces, deathplaces, and cemeteries to counties is subject to error.
The intent is to locate places according to current county names and boundaries.
politicalgraveyard.com /geo/OH/PK.html   (538 words)

 Pike County Inventory of County Records   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Conducted by George Bain, Local Records Specialist with the assistance of Volunteers from the County Offices and the Pike County Genealogical Society May through July 1986.
List of Certificates Issued (Bank of Beaver), 1 volume, 1907-1921
Ohio University, Robert E. and Jean R. Mahn Center for Archives & Special Collections - Alden Library, 5th floor - Athens, OH - 45701-2978 - 740/593-2710.
www.library.ohiou.edu /libinfo/depts/archives/localgov/pikcondx.htm   (196 words)

 Your home in the country. Located in Pike County Ohio.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Pineview Manor Nursing Home is located in the Old Union Township School Building in Beaver, Ohio.
We offer a comfortable country setting with 24 hour nursing care.
So, please, feel free to tour our on-line facility or contact us for further information.
www.bright.net /~camaro68   (51 words)

 Cemetery Registration - Pike County Ohio
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www.rootsweb.com /~cemetery/ohio/pike.htm   (239 words)

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