ADAMS COUNTY, OHIO
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Adams County is named after John Adams, the second President of the United
It was organized in 1799 and has 546 square miles.
The County Seat of Adams County is West Union.
County Seat: West Union
Year Organized: 1797
Square Miles: 584
Adams County, Ohio Courthouse
c. 1930's Picture courtesy of adamscountyohio.com
Sept 2014: 1890 Veterans census for Bentonville and Bradyville
March 2014: obit for ROBE, LEWIS, WIKOFF; Marriage Announcements for DICE-SIDWELL; Courthouse burning news story
Nov 2013: obit and biographey for BURWELL
Sept 2013: 1840 Census of Pensioners; 1883 Census of Pensioners
July 2013: obit for FULKERSON