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Transcription contributed by Martie Callihan 25 February 2005


The History of Warren County Ohio
Part IV Township Histories
Wayne Township by Judge John W. Keys
(Chicago, IL: W. H. Beers Co, 1882; reprint, Mt. Vernon, IN: Windmill Publications, 1992)

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The following towns have been laid out in Wayne Township as it was and is: Waynesville, by Highway, Smith & Banes, February, 1796; acknowledged and recorded, 1802; Oakland, by James Murray, December, 1806; contained seventy-two lots; Freeport, by Ignatius Brown and Nebo Gant, November, 1816; contained twenty-seven lots; Crosswicks, by James Jennings, July, 1821; contained twelve lots; Harveysburg, by William Harvey, January, 1829; contained forty-seven lots; Mount Holly, by Jacob Pearson, July, 1833; contained twenty-five lots; Raysville, by M. Mills & Bro. and others, November, 1855; contained twenty-two lots; it had a name long before it was platted; Corwin, about 1844, by John Johnson and Joel W. Johnson.

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