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This Page Was Last Updated Tuesday, 28-Aug-2012 22:25:40 MDT
If you have access to Knox County resources, or have such resources in your personal collection, please volunteer to help others by listing your name and resource on this page.
The following volunteers are very special people, with a real love for Knox County. They are giving of their time and expertise to help others. Please take the time to thank them for performing this service.
These look ups are to help folks find connections. Please don't use
this service to verify information you already have. Some guidelines:
1 - Keep requests brief and to the point
2 - Not too many surnames at one time
3- An idea of the time frame
4 - What part (town, township) of the county where the person might be found
I can do look-ups for the following:
Marriage Records of Knox County, Ohio 1808-1875
Knox County, Ohio Will Abstracts 1808-1877 vol.1
Ohio Wills and Estates to 1850: An Index - by Carol W. Bell
Dave has been working on sorting out the early SMITHs in
Knox county. In doing so, they have been in contact with many BROWN
Extraction of all names from THE OHIO REGISTER 1812-1813 - They purchased the films from the Ohio Historical Society, as Dave's family is descended from Samuel Hoy Smith, owner of that paper. By clicking on the name above you can go to a page that lists all of the names that they extracted.
Knox County Genealogist/Historian
Ernest L. Moreland
3660 Simmons Church Road
Centerburg, OH 43011
Knox County Genealogist/Historian
Mrs. Evelyn Winter
The Knox County O.G.S.
658 N. Sandusky Street
Mt. Vernon, OH 43050
Researching the MCMAHON Family in Knox County. Other Surnames in my data base include: CARSON, PURCELL, MORGAN, RICHERT, SHAFER, CLEMENTS, DIAL/DILE, LEPLEY, LYBARGER, PARKER, CRITCHFIELD, MCGUGIN, EALY, JOLLY, ESTABROOK, POPHAM, WAGNER, SYNDER, REED, SCOLES, BAILES, KING, HARLE, WELKER, FREET, SNEDEKER, SPINDLER, PERKINS, MONTIS, JENKINS, SPAKE, SINGER, VERNON, and FREHSE.
Researching the SCHISKA & SHOULTS surnames in Knox County. I am a Kenyon grad, and my maternal line all came from the Knox County area. My mother had been our family genealogist, and had taken my paternal ancestry back to the late 1700s when the Schiskas emigrated to America (she even has the original letters of passage). Unfortunately, my mother passed away on June 27 leaving a huge amount of information on the Schiskas Shoults side but very little completed work. I was wondering if it would be possible to have the Shoults name added to your Knox County site so those with information may be able to offer it more readily. I know there is some exciting history to be learned. My grandfather, for instance, was Joseph F. Shoults, a deputy sheriff in Mt. Vernon under Paul Lynde's father Hoy Linde. My great-great grandfather was Samson Shoults, an "Indian trader" who owned the land upon which they built the covered bridge near the girl scout camp in Martinsburg. I am sure people would have information to offer to assist me in my new endeavor of genealogical mapping.
Joseph R. Schiska
Coordinator of Technology
Franklin County Educational Service Center
1717 Alum Creek Drive
Columbus, Ohio 43207-1754
Voice: (614) 445-3750
Fax: (614) 445-3767