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Welcome to the Noble County, Ohio GenWeb site. This site is for the promotion of free genealogical information about Noble County, Ohio. We are not the website for the Government of Noble County, so don't expect to find your tax information here or information about tourism. We are here to share information about our Noble County heritage. I'm Scott R. C. Anderson, the County Coordinator. Although I don't live in Noble Co, I have roots from there. I will not do YOUR research for you, but feel free to browse the site. This is also not a place for you to put all your family files, what we want is to share facts that are of general interest. We are always looking for more information to post about Noble Co. So if you have any, email me.
For Change of Addresses please include old & new address along with the fact it's for Noble County, OH.
Many thanks to Shannon Moore and Joan DeBella for their previous years of service as County Coordinator.
Brief History of the County
Noble County was organized 11 March 1851 and named in honor of James Noble, one of the first settlers living near Sarahsville.
The townships of Beaver, Wayne, Seneca and Buffalo came from Guernsey County.
Marion, Stock, three-fifths of Centre, Enoch, Elk, and the greater part of Jefferson came from Monroe.
Olive, Jackson, Sharon, Noble, Brookfield and two-fifths of Centre came from Morgan.
A small portion of Jefferson from Washington County.
Caldwell was laid out in 1857 and is the county seat.
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