|Clark County Genealogical
a chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society
117 S. Fountain Avenue
||(from the Collection of the Clark
County Historical Society )
Our 11:30 a.m. meetings (none December, July and August) are in the conference room of the Park Shopping Center Branch of the Clark County Public Library, 1119 Bechtle Avenue, Springfield, Ohio. June meetings are pot luck luncheons honoring newly to be received Clark County First Family and/or First Settler members—location to be announced later.
June 14, 2014 at 11:30 a.m.: This is our annual pot luck lunch and the induction into First Families and Settlers of Clark County, but this year we have had no applicants. We will have the pot luck lunch anyway! It will be held at the Pitchin firehouse, located at 5467 Selma Road, a little south of the intersection of Selma Road and South Pitchin Road in the town of Pitchin, Ohio. Parking is available in the front and in the rear of the building.
NOTICE: Our society will provide the drinks and the meat. Please bring your serving spoon or fork for your dish!!
Our speaker will be member David Farrell. His presentation is titled: “The Story of Pitchin and Green Township” and contains interesting historical trivia on the homes, businesses, and community centers in the area.
David is a resident of Green Township, is a graduate of The Ohio State University, and currently serves as a Green Township Trustee. He and his wife Lynda are the parents of two boys, Evan and Collin. He and his family are members of First Families of Clark County in both David and Lynda’s families.
|Share your research||This is a page on our site where members can have their family information and photos posted to share with other researchers. We can accept photos, narratives and reports, but not Gedcom files, at least not at present. If you don't have a web site for your family research, you can still have some of your information online-right here.|
|Join us at a meeting||Upcoming meetings, membership application, and information on becoming a member of First Families and/or Settlers of Clark County. Meetings are held the second Saturday of the month at 11:00 a.m. in the Community Room at the Park Shopping Center brand of the Clark County Library. All meetings are open to the public.|
|Help us||Volunteer opportunities for those living in or near Clark County, or far away.|
|Location||Call, write, or visit us in the new Heritage Center.|
|Resources & Research||Our library has been combined with the holdings of the Heritage Center, and is available to visitors. Research fee of $2.00 is waived for members. We have a large card file of obituaries, marriages, newspaper clippings regarding veterans, and burials; cemetery readings; surname files; five generation charts; newspaper abstracts for 1829 - 1841; LDS microfiche of documents related to Clark County, and family histories. The Fisher Family Library and Archives holdings include old newspapers, original wills, biographical information, maps and plat books, and photographs.|
|Publications||View our list of publications. Download the order form.|
|Newsletter||Each member receives our quarterly newsletter, Clark County Kin. Here's a list of recent articles.|
|Links||Other sites related to Clark County|
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