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Tuscarawas County, Ohio Genealogy Resources

Are you just beginning your ancestry research in Tuscarawas County, OH? Our expert research team has put
 together some helpful links and resources to help you get started with your family tree research. Many of the
OH resources listed on this page are often used by our genealogists during a typical ancestry search to help
locate important records like birth certificates, obituaries, court records, marriage certificates, land deeds,
and family histories.


Epodunk - Tuscarawas County Cemeteries

 Find a Grave - Tuscarawas County, OH

Grave Addiction - Photographs of Tuscarawas County Cemeteries

Interment.net - Tuscarawas County Cemeteries

Ohio Cemetery Transcription and Photo Project - Tuscarawas County, OH

Ohio Gravestone Photo Project - Tuscarawas County, OH

The Political Graveyard - Tuscarawas County, OH

Tombstone Transcription Project - Tuscarawas County, OH

USGenWeb Archives - Tuscarawas County, OH Cemeteries

Census Records

Tuscarawas County Census Records - Census Online

Tuscarawas County Federal Census Index - US-Census.org

  Tuscarawas County Census Records - USGenWeb Archives

1860 Census of Tuscarawas County, OH - Ancestry.com

1870 Census of Tuscarawas County, OH - Ancestry.com

1880 Census of Tuscarawas County, OH - Ancestry.com

1880 Census of Tuscarawas County, OH - FamilySearch.org

1910 Census of Tuscarawas County, OH - Ancestry.com

1920 Census of Tuscarawas County, OH - Ancestry.com

1930 Census of Tuscarawas County, OH - Ancestry.com

Court Records

Livingston's Law Register, 1851 - Tuscarawas County Lawyers

USGenWeb Archives - Tuscarawas County Other Court Records


Estate Records

USGenWeb Archives - Tuscarawas County Wills   


Family History Archives - The History of Tuscarawas County, Ohio

The Historical Marker Database - Tuscarawas County Historical Markers 

Historical Marker Society of America - Tuscarawas County Historical Markers

Living Places - Tuscarawas County Ohio

National Register of Historic Places - Tuscarawas County, OH

Signs of History - Tuscarawas County, Ohio

USGenWeb Archives - Tuscarawas County Area History

Wikipedia.org - Tuscarawas County, OH History

Land Records

Libraries and Archives

Family History Library Catalog - Tuscarawas County, OH
Ohio Genealogical Society Library - Mansfield, OH

Ohio Historical Society and State Archives - Columbus, OH

Public-Libraries.org - Tuscarawas County Libraries

State Library of Ohio - Columbus, OH

USGenWeb Archives - Tuscarawas County, OH

Military Records

Korean War - Tuscarawas County OH Military Casualties 

List of Pensioners on the Roll January 1, 1883 - Tuscarawas County, OH

Ohio Volunteers of the Civil War -

Ohio Volunteers of the Civil War - Tuscarawas County Medal of Honor Recipients

USGenWeb Archives - Tuscarawas County Military Records 

Vietnam War - Tuscarawas County MI Military Casualties 

World War II Casualties, Army and Army Air Corps - Tuscarawas County, OH

World War II Honor List of Dead and Missing Army and Army Air Forces Personnel


Obituary Index - Tuscarawas County, OH

OH-Roots - Tuscarawas County Obituaries

USGenWeb Archives- Tuscarawas County Obituaries & Death Notices


Vital Records

USGenWeb Archives - Tuscarawas County, OH Vital Records

VitalRec.com - Tuscarawas County Vital Records

Click Below to Learn More about Your Ohio Genealogy

County Formation Date County Seat
Adams County July 10, 1797 West Union Hamilton County
Allen County March 1, 1820 Lima Shelby County
Ashland County February 24, 1846 Ashland Wayne, Richland, Huron, and Lorain Counties
Ashtabula County June 7, 1807 Jefferson Trumbull and Geauga Counties
Athens County March 1, 1805 Athens Washington County
Auglaize County February 14, 1848 Wapakoneta Allen, Mercer, Darke, Hardin, Logan, Shelby, and Van Wert Counties
Belmont County September 7, 1801 St. Clairsville Jefferson and Washington Counties
Brown County March 1, 1818 Georgetown Adams and Clermont Counties
Butler County May 1, 1803 Hamilton Hamilton County
Carroll County January 1, 1833 Carrollton Columbiana, Stark, Harrison, Jefferson, and Tuscarawas Counties
Champaign County
March 1, 1805 Urbana Greene and Franklin Counties
Clark County March 1, 1818 Springfield Champaign, Madison, and Greene Counties
Clermont County December 6, 1800 Batavia Hamilton County
Clinton County March 1, 1810 Wilmington
Highland and Warren Counties
Columbiana County May 1, 1803 Lisbon Jefferson and Washington Counties
Coshocton County January 31, 1810 Coshocton Muskingum and Tuscarawas Counties
Crawford County April 1, 1820 Bucyrus Delaware County
Cuyahoga County June 7, 1807 Cleveland Geauga County
Darke County January 3, 1809 Greenville Miami County
Defiance County April 7, 1845 Defiance Williams, Henry, and Paulding Counties
Delaware County April 1, 1808 Delaware Franklin County
Erie County March 15, 1838 Sandusky Huron and Sandusky Counties
Fairfield County December 9, 1800 Lancaster Ross and Washington Counties
Fayette County March 1, 1810 Washington
Court House
Ross and Highland Counties
Franklin County April 30, 1803 Columbus Ross and Wayne Counties
Fulton County April 1, 1850 Wauseon Lucas, Henry, and Williams Counties
Gallia County April 30, 1803 Gallipolis Washington and Adams Counties
Geauga County March 1, 1806 Chardon Trumbull County
Greene County May 1, 1803 Xenia Hamilton and Ross Counties
Guernsey County March 1, 1810 Cambridge Belmont and Muskingum Counties
Hamilton County January 2, 1790 Cincinnati original county
Hancock County April 1, 1820 Findlay Logan County
Hardin County April 1, 1820 Kenton Logan County
Harrison County February 1, 1813 Cadiz Jefferson and Tuscarawas Counties
Henry County April 1, 1820 Napoleon Shelby County
Highland County May 1, 1805 Hillsboro Ross, Adams, and Clermont Counties
Hocking County March 1, 1818 Logan Athens, Ross, and Fairfield Counties
Holmes County January 20, 1824 Millersburg Coshocton, Wayne, and Tuscarawas Counties
Huron County March 7, 1809 Norwalk Portage and Cuyahoga Counties
Jackson County March 1, 1816 Jackson Scioto, Gallia, Athens,
and Ross Counties
Jefferson County July 29, 1797     Steubenville
Washington County
Knox County March 1, 1808 Mount Vernon Fairfield County
Lake County March 6, 1840 Painesville Geauga and Cuyahoga Counties
Lawrence County December 21, 1815 Ironton Gallia and Scioto Counties
Licking County March 1, 1808 Newark Fairfield County
Logan County March 1, 1818 Bellefontaine Champaign County
Lorain County December 26, 1822 Elyria Huron, Cuyahoga, and Medina Counties
Lucas County June 20, 1835 Toledo Wood, Sandusky, and Huron Counties
Madison County March 1, 1810 London Franklin County
Mahoning County March 1, 1846 Youngstown Columbiana and Trumbull Counties
Marion County April 1, 1820 Marion Delaware County
Medina County February 18, 1812 Medina Portage County
Meigs County April 1, 1819 Pomeroy Gallia and Athens Counties
Mercer County April 1, 1820 Celina Darke County
Miami County March 1, 1807 Troy Montgomery County
Monroe County January 29, 1813 Woodsfield Belmont, Washington,
and Guernsey Counties
Montgomery County May 1, 1803 Dayton
Hamilton and Wayne Counties
Morgan County December 29, 1817 McConnelsville Washington, Guernsey, and Muskingum Counties
Morrow County March 1, 1848 Mount Gilead Knox, Marion, Delaware, and Richland Counties
Muskingum County March 1, 1803 Zanesville Washington and Fairfield Counties
Noble County April 1, 1851 Caldwell Monroe, Washington, Morgan, and Guernsey Counties
Ottawa County March 6, 1840 Port Clinton Erie, Sandusky, and
Lucas Counties
Paulding County April 1, 1820 Paulding Darke County
Perry County March 1, 1818 New Lexington Washington, Fairfield, and Muskingum Counties
Pickaway County March 1, 1810 Circleville Ross, Fairfield, and Franklin Counties
Pike County February 1, 1815 Waverly Ross, Scioto, and
Adams Counties
Portage County June 7, 1807 Ravenna Trumbull County
Preble County March 1, 1808 Eaton
Montgomery and Butler Counties
Putnam County April 1, 1820 Ottawa Shelby County
Richland County March 1, 1808 Mansfield Fairfield County
Ross County August 20, 1798 Chillicothe Adams and Washington Counties
Sandusky County April 1, 1820 Fremont Huron County
Scioto County May 1, 1803 Portsmouth Adams County
Seneca County April 1, 1820 Tiffin Huron County
Shelby County April 1, 1819 Sidney Miami County
Stark County
February 13, 1808 Canton Columbiana County
Summit County March 3, 1840 Akron Medina, Portage, and Stark Counties
Trumbull County July 10, 1800 Warren
Jefferson and Wayne Counties
Tuscarawas County March 15, 1808 New Philadelphia Muskingum County
Union County April 1, 1820 Marysville Delaware, Franklin, Logan, and Madison Counties
Van Wert County April 1, 1820 Van Wert Darke County
Vinton County McArthur March 23, 1850 Athens, Gallia, Hocking, Jackson, and Ross Counties
Warren County May 1, 1803 Lebanon Hamilton County
Washington County July 27, 1788 Marietta original county
Wayne County March 1, 1808 Wooster From non-county area
Williams County
April 1, 1820 Bryan Darke County
Wood County April 1, 1820 Bowling Green From non-county area
Wyandot County February 3, 1845 Upper Sandusky Marion, Crawford, and Hardin Counties

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