An American Family History

Ohio Pioneers

Church place date
Military Unit place date
Militia Fairfield County 1813
1812 Soldiers Clark County  
list place date
census Amanda Township, Fairfield County 1806
census Pleasant Township, Fairfield County 1806
census German Township, Clark County 1820
census Fairfield County 1830
  Fairfield Village, Bath Township, Greene County  
David Taylor's estate sale Dinsmore Township, Shelby County 1835
  History of Dinsmore Township  
partial census Dinsmore Township, Shelby County 1840
History Mad River Township, Clark County  


Name Lived In Remarks
Allen Dinsmore Township, Shelby County  
Baker German Township, Clark County  
Beeler Butler County  
Branstiter Champaign and Clark County  
Clayton Bath Township, Greene County  
Cole Amanda Township, Fairfield County  
Dearth Warren County  
Dill Dinsmore Township, Shelby County from Washington County, Pennsylvania
Fox Butler County  
Fridley Butler & Shelby Counties  
Hullinger German Township  
Kessler German Township  
Kiblinger German Township  
Kizer German Township  
Lamb Fairfield County  
Lefevre Fairfield County  
Long Amanda Township, Fairfield County  
Maggart German Township  
Miller Amanda Township, Fairfield County Mennonite from Pennsylvania
Nauman German Township  
Pence German Township  
Riley Butler County  
Ross German Township  
Rust German Township  
Staley Dinsmore Township, Shelby County  
Taylor Dinsmore Township, Shelby County  
Winget Greene & Clark Counties  

The first Europeans settled in the Northwest Territory in 1788. Migrants came from New York and New England. Ohio was admitted to the Union as the 17th state on March 1, 1803.





Colonial Maryland
Colonial New England
Colonial Virginia & West Virginia
Quakers & Mennonites
New Jersey Baptists
German Lutherans
Watauga Settlement
Pennsylvania Pioneers
Midwest Pioneers
Jewish Immigrants

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