Much of the information for Blue Rock township was contributed by Tammy Bragg who lives in the township.
Blue Rock township was created from Salt Creek township in June 1810. No election of officers was held until December 3rd of 1813. Salt Creek and Zanesville got together with county commissioners to agree on making a new township, with the name of Blue Rock coming from the Big Blue Rock on the creek and river banks that would divide the townships. The boundarys are north by Salt Creek, and Wayne township, east by Meigs township, and south by Morgan County and west by the Muskingum River.
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Last Updated on May 12, 2008