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Warren County, Ohio Places, Organization, Etc.

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Warren County Townships

Visit the Warren County Board of Elections site for a current listing of Township officials plus contact information.

Clearcreek Township Government Center   http://www.clearcreektownship.com/

7593 Bunnell Hill Road
Springboro, Ohio 45066
Phone: (937) 748 1267
Fax:  (937) 748-3252

Trustees: Gregory McDonald, Ed Wade, Robert Dale Lamb
Fiscal Officer: Linda Oda
Administrator:  Dennis A. Pickett
dpickett@clearcreektownship.com

Massie Township Government Center

10 N Harveysburg Rd.
P.O. Box 91
Harveysburg, OH 45032
Phone: (513) 897-5039

Trustees: David Crisenbery, Wilbur Conley, Mark Dawson
Fiscal Officer: Mary A. Wilkie
Deerfield Township Building     http://www.deerfieldtwp.com/

4900 Parkway Drive, Suite 150
Mason, Ohio  45040
Phone: (513) 701 6958
Fax:   (513) 701 6996

Trustees: Dan Corey, Chris Romano, Pete Patterson
Fiscal Officer: John Wahle
Administrator:  Daniel G. Evers
dever@deerfieldtwp.com
Salem Township Building

4766 Whitacre Drive
P.O. Box 171
Morrow, OH  45152
Phone: (513) 899-3688

Trustees: Dick Dare, Dick Kilburn, Kirk Ramsey
Fiscal Officer: Debbie Harper

Eaton Township

  • located on the extreme eastern portion of Warren County It was established June 28, 1806, and in 1815 was made a part of Clinton County.
  • "Warren County, Ohio and Beyond" by Dallas Bogan, page 198
  • Beers History of Warren County page 420

Turtlecreek Township Administration Building http://www.turtlecreektownship.org/

670 N. State Route 123
Lebanon, Ohio  45036
Phone: (513) 932 4902
Fax:  (513) 932 3654
info@turtlecreektownship.org
Trustees: Dan Jones, Jim VanDeGrift & Michael L. Shaffer
Fiscal Officer: Tammy Boggs
  • Beers History of Warren Co, page 433
Franklin Township Administration

418 Fairview Drive
P.O. Box 364
Carlisle, OH  45005
Phone: (937) 746-2852
Fax:  (937) 746-7761

Trustees: Ron Ruppert, Elmo Rose, Beth Callahan
Fiscal Officer: Richard Tibbs
Administrator:  Helen Y. Campbell
Union Township Hall

285 E Pike St
South Lebanon, OH 45065
Phone: (513) 494-1966
Fax: (513) 494-9055

Trustees: Lionel H. Lawhorn, W. Scott Wisby, Chris Koch
Fiscal Officer: Sharon Lawhorn
Hamilton Township Administration Building    http://www.hamilton-township.org/

7780 S State Route 48
P.O. Box 699
Maineville, OH  45039
Phone: (513) 683 8520 or (513) 683 8586
Fax:  (513) 683 4235

Trustees: Becky Ehling, Michael Munoz, Gene Duvelius
Fiscal Officer: Jacqueline Terwilleger
Washington Township Hall

6427 Woodward-Claypool Rd.
Morrow, OH  45152
Phone:

Trustees: James Dare, Denver Williams, Paul R. Schaefer
Clerk: Karen Doney
Harlan Township

9120 Morrow Rossburg Rd,
P.O Box 160
Pleasant Plain, OH 45162
Phone: (513) 877-2727
Fax:  (513) 877-2728

Trustees: Robert Curran, Web Logan, Rick Howry
Fiscal Officer: Ginny Williams
Administrator:  Andy Mitten
Wayne Township Administration Building

6050 N. Clarksville Road
P.O. Box 89
Waynesville, OH 45068
Phone: (513) 897 3010
Fax:  (513) 897 3015

Trustees: James E. Coffman, Donald E. Edwards, Patrick M. Davidson
Fiscal Officer: Darrell E. Coffman

Warren County Places

Incorporated municipalities currently located within Warren County

Butlerville, Ohio Mason, Ohio
Carlisle, Ohio [originally part of Butler County] Middletown, Ohio [most of Middletown is located in Butler County]
Corwin, Ohio Monroe, Ohio [most of Monroe is located in Butler County]
Franklin, Ohio Morrow, Ohio

Harveysburg, Ohio - Also see Beers History of Warren County page 652

Pleasant Plain, Ohio
Lebanon, Ohio South Lebanon, Ohio
Loveland, Ohio
[Loveland is partly in Clermont, Hamilton & Warren counties]
Springboro, Ohio
Maineville, Ohio Waynesville, Ohio and Waynesville Chamber of Commerce

Links to Some other Places & Organizations

Place Township  
Franklin Post Office
The 2 story log building is the oldest standing post office in Ohio and the oldest standing building in Franklin.
Franklin
Fort Ancient Washington Fort Ancient is seven miles southeast of Lebanon, in Warren County, on State Route 350. Exit I-71 at Wilmington Road (exit 36) and take Middleboro Road south to State Route 350, turn right to the park.
Foster's Crossings Deerfield & Hamilton
Glendower Museum Turtlecreek Ohio Historical Society Site
Level aka Level Station aka Windsoe Harlan Township  
Miami Valley Chautauqua Franklin Three photographs plus postcards are on line at the Ohio Memory Project
Osceola Harlan Beers History of Warren Co, page 677
Red Lion Clearcreek
Roachester Salem Beers History of Warren Co, page, 293 (post offices), 667
Springboro Clearcreek
Union Village Turtlecreek 1807 plan of land on which "Believers" (Shakers) lived, provided by the American Memory Project by the Library of Congress and now the site of Otterbein Retirement Village
Warren County Canal (ca. 1835)  
Warren County Fair    
Warren County Infirmary   Beers 1882 History of Warren County, page 282
1903 Atlas, Page 12
Early Post Offices And Post Masters In Warren County, Ohio   original article by Dallas Bogan contributed 4 September 2004
The Ridge Farming Community Turtlecreek & Union original article by Katherine Lollar Rowland
Wayne Township Towns Wayne
  • Beers History of Warren County page 585

Warren County Churches & Religious Organizations

List started 18 May 2003. Can you help with church histories, links, photos, etc.?

Church Township  
African Baptist Church Franklin Beers History of Warren Co, page 532
African Methodist Episcopal Church of Franklin Franklin Beers History of Warren Co, page 532
African Methodist Episcopal Church of Lebanon Turtlecreek Beers History of Warren Co, page 500
Baptist Church of Franklin Franklin Beers History of Warren Co, page 517,
Baptist Church of Lebanon 1798 (Turtle Creek Baptist Church) Turtlecreek Beers History of Warren Co, page 263, 487
"Warren County, Ohio and Beyond by Dallas Bogan, page 302
Beech Grove Freewill Baptist Church Massie Beers History of Warren Co, page 651
“Believers in Christ’s Second Appearance” or Shakers
(The Millenial Church, or United Society of Believers)
Turtlecreek Beers History of Warren Co, page 272, 442
Bethany Baptist Church Washington Beers History of Warren County page 705
Bethany Christian Church 1815 (now Bethany United Church of Christ) Turtlecreek Beers History of Warren Co, page 500
Bethany Christian Church Cemetery
Bethel Baptist Church (1810) Turtlecreek Beers History of Warren Co, pages 263, 488, 491
Bethel Burial Grounds. The old church building next to the cemetery is now occupied by an antique shop
Bethel Methodist Society Deerfield Beers History of Warren Co, page 639
Bethel Presbyterian Church now known as
Bethel Murdoch Presbyterian Church
Hamilton Beers History of Warren Co, page 622
Bethel Temperance Society Hamilton Beers History of Warren Co, page 622
Christians or New-Lights Deerfield Beers History of Warren Co, page 271, 639
Christian Church of Franklin Franklin Beers History of Warren Co, page 531
Clear Creek Baptist Church (1797) Clearcreek Beers History of Warren Co, page 263
Congregational Church of Lebanon Turtlecreek Beers History of Warren Co, page 496, 499
Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Lebanon Turtlecreek

Beers History of Warren Co, page 498
Western Star 16 Mar 1911, Church Semi-Centennial from Mar. 18, 1886.

East Baptist Church of Lebanon (1836) Turtlecreek Beers History of Warren Co, page 490
First Presbyterian Church of Lebanon (ca 1805) Turtlecreek Beers History of Warren Co, page 492
Franklin Baptist Church Franklin Beers History of Warren Co, page 529
Free-Will Baptist Church Washington Beers History of Warren Co, page 705
Genntown Christian Church (1855) Turtlecreek Beers History of Warren Co, page 500
Grove Meeting House, Society of Friends Massie Beers History of Warren Co, page 651
Hill neighborhood Methodists Hamilton Beers History of Warren Co, page 622
Hopkinsville United Presbyterian Church Hamilton Beers History of Warren Co, page 622
Lebanon African Methodist Episcopal Church Turtlecreek Beers History of Warren Co, page 500
Lebanon Presbyterian Church Turtlecreek See list of early baptisms and communicants included in the Hamilton County OHGenWeb Project
Lebanon Zion Baptist Church Turtlecreek Beers History of Warren Co, page 500
Lytle Methodist Church (formerly Raysville) Wayne Beers History of Warren Co, page 569
GNIS & TopoZone Map
Maineville Free-Will Baptist Church Hamilton Beers History of Warren Co, page 622
Maineville Methodist Episcopal Church Hamilton Beers History of Warren Co, page 622
"Warren County, Ohio and Beyond by Dallas Bogan, page 310
Mason Methodist Church Deerfield Beers History of Warren Co, page 639
Mason Universalist society Deerfield Beers History of Warren Co, page639
Methodist Episcopal Church   Beers History of Warren Co, page 264
Methodist Episcopal Church of Fort Ancient Washington Beers History of Warren Co, page 705
Methodist Episcopal Church of Franklin Franklin Beers History of Warren Co, page 530
Methodist Episcopal Church of Lebanon Turtlecreek Beers History of Warren Co, page 497
Methodist Protestant Church of Lebanon Turtlecreek Beers History of Warren Co, page 499
Miami Monthly Meeting, Waynesville, Ohio Wayne Photo Gallery
Middle Run Baptist Church   Beers History of Warren Co, page 263
Millenial Church, or United Society of Believers, commonly called Shakers Turtlecreek Beers History of Warren Co, page 272, 442
Mount Holly Methodist Church Wayne Beers History of Warren Co, page 569
Mount Holly Cemetery
Muddy Creek Baptist Church (1804) Deerfield Beers History of Warren Co, page 263, 639
New Jersey Presbyterian Church Franklin Beers History of Warren Co., page 515,
New Lights (Christians)   Beers History of Warren Co, page 271, 639
Old-School Baptist Church (Tapscott Meeting-House) Franklin Beers History of Warren Co, page 517
Olive Branch Methodist Church Washington
Beers History of Warren County page 705
Presbyterian Church   Beers History of Warren Co, page 264
Presbyterian Church of Franklin Franklin Beers History of Warren Co, page 529
Religious Society of Friends (Quakers), Miami Friends Meeting
4th and High Streets Waynesville, OH 45068
Wayne

Beers History of Warren Co, page 568, 570
Religious Society of Friends
Miami Friends Meeting
by Karen Campbell
Vintage Photo of Meeting house on John O'Neall's Website

Salt Spring Baptist Church Hamilton Beers History of Warren Co, page 622
Seceders [Public Meeting House] Massie Beers History of Warren Co, page 651
Shakers or “Believers in Christ’s Second Appearance”
(The Millenial Church, or United Society of Believers)
Turtlecreek Beers History of Warren Co, page 272, 442
Socialville Methodist Society Deerfield Beers History of Warren Co, page 639
Society of Friends Grove Meeting House Massie Beers History of Warren Co, page 651
Somerset Presbyterian Church Deerfield

Beers History of Warren Co, page 639
Somerset Presbyterian Church Photo
Somerset Presbyterian Church History

South Lebanon Methodist Church Union Photo Gallery
St. Mary's Catholic Church Franklin Beers History of Warren Co, page 532
St. Mary's Episcopal Church, Waynesville Wayne Beers History of Warren Co, page 570
GNIS & TopoZone Map
St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church Turtlecreek Beers History of Warren Co, page 499
Tapscott Meeting House (Old-School Baptist Church) Franklin Beers History of Warren Co, page 517
Todd’s Fork Baptist Church   Beers History of Warren Co, page 263, 704
Turtle Creek Baptist Church (1798) (Baptist Church of Lebanon) Turtlecreek Beers History of Warren Co, page 263, 487
Turtle Creek Friends’ Society Turtlecreek Beers History of Warren Co, page 500
Turtle Creek Presbyterian Church Turtlecreek Beers History of warren Co, page 264, 267
"Warren County, Ohio and Beyond" by Dallas Bogan, page 307
Union Baptist Church Washington Beers History of Warren County page 705
Union Methodist society Deerfield Beers History of Warren Co, page 639
United Brethren Church Massie Beers History of Warren Co, page 651
United Brethren Church at Freeport Washington Beers History of Warren County page 705
United Society of Believers or The Millenial Church, commonly called Shakers Turtlecreek Beers History of Warren Co, page 272, 442
Unity Presbyterian Church Deerfield Beers History of Warren Co, page 639
Wayne Township Religious Societies and Churches Wayne Beers History of Warren Co, page 568-570
Waynesville Baptist Church Wayne Beers History of Warren Co, page 568, 569
Waynesville Christian Church (Campbellites) Wayne Beers History of Warren Co, page 569
Waynesville Congregationalist Church Wayne Beers History of Warren Co, page 569
Waynesville Methodist Church Wayne Beers History of Warren Co, page 569
GNIS & TopoZone Map
Waynesville Sabbath School Wayne Beers History of Warren Co, page 569
Wesley Methodist Episcopal Church Harlan Will S. McKay, The Centennial Atlas of Warren County, Ohio (Lebanon, Ohio, The Centennial Atlas Association, 1903), page 90
West Baptist Church at Lebanon (1836) Turtlecreek Beers History of Warren Co, page 491
Zoar Methodist Episcopal Church Hamilton Beers History of Warren Co, page 622

Warren County Schools

School Township  
Early Schools various Beers History of Warren County page 261, 610,
Free Black School Massie  
Greenwood School Turtlecreek Lebanon Gazette 11 Oct 1887 - "A Glimpe of Greenwood"
Hart School Turtlecreek Twp corner of Hart and Miller Roads
Section 7 Township 3 East, Range 4 North
Harveysburg School Massie
Kings Mills School Deerfield
Lebanon Academy Turtlecreek
Lebanon High School Turtlecreek
Level School Harlan Twp.  
Liberty School
Liberty Keuter Road, Turtlecreek Twp
Range 3 North Township 5 East Section 24 [See 1867 Wall Map]

Turtlecreek

Country school east of Lebanon and now occupied as a private residence.
photos by Dot Maruscik 23 April 2008

Maineville Academy Hamilton
Miami Valley Institute, A Hicksite Quaker College 1870-1883 Clearcreek
Mason School Deerfield
Morrow Schools Deerfield

National Normal University

Turtlecreek
  • Originally named Southwestern Normal School (1855-1870)
  • Name changed to National Normal School (1870-1881)
  • Name changed to National Normal University (1881-1907)
  • Name changed to Lebanon University (1907-1917 closing)
Otterbein High School Turtlecreek
Ridge School Union
Rock School House Turtlecreek
South Lebanon School Union 1898 Graduation Photo and Program (Ridge & South Lebanon Schools)
Springboro Schools Clearcreek
Warren County Teachers Association   formed in 1851
Washington Township School District No. 5 Washington 1895-1896 Souvenir Card contributed by Vivian Combs Moon
Waynesville Schools Wayne

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