Government Services July 2010 Report

In July State Archives staff transferred approximately 100 cubic feet of local government records from Ohio University. Included were records from Athens, Monroe, Morgan, Noble, Perry, and Washington counties. Among the records transferred to the Ohio Historical Society were:

• Athens County. Treasurer: Tax Duplicates, 1836 – 1880
• Noble County. Probate Court: Birth and Death Statements, 1883-1909
• Perry County. Probate Court: Registry of Births, 1857-1858
• Perry County. Probate Court: Registry of Deaths, 1857-1858
• Perry County. Probate Court: Birth and Death Statements, 1904-1905
• Washington County. Clerk of Courts: Court Records, 1790-1819

State Archives staff also transferred the following records from state agencies in July:

• Department of Development: Governor’s Award for Energy Efficiency, 1995-2007
• Department of Transportation: Videolog (Film of Ohio’s highways), 1976-1985

The following record series have been processed and cataloged by State Archives staff and bibliographic descriptions are available in the Ohio Historical Society’s Online Collection Catalog:

• Meigs County. Auditor: Soldiers’ Relief Record, 1887-1901 (State Archives Series 7298)
• Monroe County. Auditor: Enumeration of School Age Youth, 1930-1939 (State Archives Series 7299)
• Lawrence County. Auditor: Indigent Soldier Burial Record, 1884-1905 (State Archives Series 7300)
• Gallia County. Auditor: Blind Relief Disbursements, 1879-1912 (State Archives Series 7302)
• Ohio Department of Public Works: Governor’s Residence architectural drawings, 1956-1968 (State Archives Series 7305AV)
• Ohio Department of Public Works: Governor’s chambers architectural drawing, 1973 (State Archives Series 7306AV)

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2 Responses to Government Services July 2010 Report

  1. Cecile Curtis says:

    Searching for Nedorph family name may be spelled Neudorph or other variation. May have lived in Ohio around 1860 give or take a few years. Family may have come from either France or Germany.

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