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  • Clarence Andrew Wires (1923 - 1993)
    Reference: MyHeritage Family Trees - SmartCopy : Oct 24 2019, 15:18:50 UTC
  • Armintha Clark (1879 - 1944)
  • Lota Lenna Sealey (1900 - 1935)
  • Robert W. McClellan, (USA) (1844 - 1928)
    Served in Civil War, Company I, 1st Ohio Heavy Artillery. Enlisted June 19, 1863 at Malta, Ohio. He was briefly a prisoner of war. from:
  • Henry B. Sisson (1820 - 1909)
    Henry B. Sisson was a farmer. He appears in the 1840 Gallatin County, Kentucky, census. Annie Sisson says that Henry owned a general store at Sugar Bay Creek at the bend of the Ohio River in Gallatin C...

Please add profiles of those who were born, lived or died in Athens County, Ohio.

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Formed on February 20, 1805, Athens County was named for Athens, Greece. Athens County was originally part of Washington County. Ohio University, the earliest institution of higher education in Ohio, was established in Athens in 1804. The county also was home to Ohio's first library, the Coonskin Library, established in 1804. It is one of the poorest counties in Ohio, and, since the 1990's, votes overwhelmingly Democrat.

Adjacent Counties

Cities, Villages & Townships

  • Albany
  • Alexander
  • Amesville
  • Athens (County Seat)
  • Bern
  • Buchtel
  • Canaan
  • Carthage
  • Chauncey
  • Coolville
  • Dover
  • Glouster
  • Jacksonville
  • Lee
  • Lodi
  • Nelsonville
  • Rome
  • Trimble
  • Troy
  • Waterloo
  • York

Links

Wikipedia

Wayne National Forest

Athens Government Buildings

Athens Lunatic Asylum

Athens State Hospital Cow Barn

The Beasley Building

Blackwood Covered Bridge

Kidwell Covered Bridge

Palos Covered Bridge

The Abijah Savage House

Stuart's Opera House

Wolf Plains