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Warren County, Ohio, Surname Registry
_ Surnames

The Warren County GenWeb Project has always maintained a Surname Registry listing the name and email address of individuals reasearching a particular surname in Warren County. To add your name as a researcher of a particular name (or names) in Warren County, send an email to  Arne H Trelvik at  atrelvik@gmail.com and we will add you to the list. You may include some additional information if you wish but please be brief.
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Salter, Sawyer, Schenck, Schnell, Schuyler, Scofield, Scott, Seamon,Sears, Sleasman, Sever, Severs, Sexton, Sharp, Sharts, Shartz, Shawhan, Shepherd, Sherman, Sherwood, Shields, Shinn, Short, Shotwell, Shreve, Shriver, Shibbitt, Simonton, Sinkey, Sinnard, Sisson, Skinner, Sloan, Slosan, Smalley, Smith, Smoot, Snedeker, Snell, Snider, Snook, Snyder, Soule, Sperry, Spitler, Springer, Spinning, St. John, Stanford, Stanley, Stansell, Stelle, Stephens, Stephenson, Stevenson, Stewart, Stickler, Still, Stock, Stockman, Stokes, Stoops, Stoughton, Stout, Stoutenborough, Strange, Street, Strickler, Sturgis, Sutton, Swaren,

SALTER
SAWYER
  • Patti Bishop posted 13 Nov 2013
    "Charlton (My fathers name was Joseph Oliver Charlton), Sawyer ( Viola Belle Sawyer - His Mother’s maiden name), Hardy (Edith Maude Hardy - her mother’s maiden name)
    I would like the address of where my father and Grandmother grew up. If the House is still there?
    What did my Grandfather William Alonzo Charlton do for a living?
    How did my Great Grandma George W. Sawyer died (at such a young age) and what happen to my grandmother Father. Can Not find anything about him."
SCHENCK
  • Julia Smith
  • Jean McCullough posted 17 Apr 2003
  • Carol Bryant, Mt. Olive, Illinois posted 22 Sep 2006
    "I am particularly interested in Jane Schenck (1802-1888) who married John D. Briney (1798-1882) in Warren Co. OH on 20 Oct 1820. My brother Ron Beatty's notes say that John was buried in Roberts Cem, Mahaska, Co., Iowa. I'll have to see if the stone has her name on it too. She outlived him so maybe there is a will. I haven't been to the Mahaska Courthouse yet. I just visited Iowa two weeks ago. I have a dear Aunt, Eleanor Beatty Strait in Keosauqua, Van Buren County. I went up for the September meeting of the Van Buren Co. Genealogical Society."

SCHNELL
SNELL

SCHUYLER
SCOFIELD
SCOTT
SEAMON
SEARS
SLEASMAN
  • Jay G. Lamb posted 15 Dec 2005
    John Hoff m Ruth Field
    Reuben Hoff m Deborah Monfort
    ______ Field(s) m Sara / Sarah Cavin. He died and she m Christopher Sleasman
SEVER
SEVERS
SEXTON
SHARP
SHARTS
SHARTZ
SHAWHAN
SHEPHERD
SHERMAN
SHERWOOD
SHIELDS
SHINN
  • Mark Danielson, Bellingham, WA posted 19 Jan 2006
    I am researching the Moses Taylor family, and that of his wife and in-laws, the Shinn family. Moses died in 1823 in Warren County. His son, Thomas Shin Taylor lived in Madison, IN and Warren County. The Shinns, Jane Shinn and her daughter, Martha Shinn Taylor, were from Burlington County, New Jersey.
SHORT
SHOTWELL
SHREVE
SHRIVER
SIBBITT
SIMONTON
SINKEY
SINNARD
SISSON
SKINNER
SLOAN
SLOSAN
SMALLEY
SMITH
  • Paula Coleman updated 27 Jul 2005
  • Susan Wilson updated 11 April 2006
  • Bonnie (Smith) Henson Posted 31 Oct 2006
    I am in search for info. on Celia Smith. Am wondering if her parents were Isaac W. Smith & Mary (Hampton) Smith. She was supposed to have been born in Warren Co. Ohio. She could have been my Grandfather's sister. His name was Clarence Alvin Smith son of Parents named above too.
SMOOT
SNEDEKER
SNIDER
  • Everett Hatfieldposted 27 Sep 2003
    My ancestors came to Warren County from New Jersey about 1800. These are the surnames I am researching. Hatfield, Fairchild, Jack, Snider, Ferguson, Hayner, Tremble and Rannels.

SNOOK

SNYDER
SOULE
SPERRY
SPITLER
SPRINGER
SPINNING
St. JOHN
STANFORD
STANLEY
STANSELL
  • Deb Mancz-Bush posted 10 June 2007
    Looking for anyone related to family that had a daughter Keziah Stansell who married Mathias Thoma(Toma/Thome) around 1865/1866 the Stansells were from Washington Township a part Warren County then.
STELLE
STILL
STEPHENS
STEPHENSON
STEVENSON
STEWART
STICKLER
  • Jane Steel Wiklen
STOCK
STOCKMAN
STOKES
STOOPS
STOUGHTON
STOUT
STOUTENBOROUGH
  • Julia Smith
  • Samuel Eldridge Salmon posted 6 Apr 2010
    I have been doing a lot of work with the Stoutenborough family in Warren County if people want to correspond with me on this.
STRANGE
STREET
STRICKLER
STURGIS
  • Diane Sturgis Posted 17 Dec 2006
    I'm researching the Sturgis family of Ohio , Hanson Sturgis , lived in Warren County and his parents William and Susan Sturgis
SUTTON
SWAREN

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