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Ashland County Ashland County was formed in 1846 from parts of Huron, Lorain, Richland and Wayne
It is named for the home of Senator Henry Clay near Lexington, Kentucky.
County Seat: Ashland
Year Organized: 1846 Square Miles: 424
Ashland County Courthouse
110 Cottage Street
Ashland, OH 44805-2114
Fax: (419)281-6939 "Bird's-eye view, looking NE from court house, Bryan, Ohio"
Ashland * Bailey Lakes * Hayesville *
Jeromesville * Loudonville* Mifflin * Perrysville * Polk * Savannah
Albion * England * Five Points * Herefork * Lake Fork * McKay * Mczena * Mohicanville * Nankin * Nova *
Paradise Hill * Redhaw * Rowsburg * Ruggles * Spreng * Sullivan * Widowville *
Feb 2018: Burials in Cemeteries: Synagogue, Pleasant Valley, Ackley, ashland Home, Jeromesville, Loudonville, Nankin, Old Sullivan. Marriage announcements for SAMPLE-WILLIAMS, REISINGER-MCILVANE, GOODMAN-LUTZ, CLEAVELAND-GOOD, JONES-HENDERSON. Obits for BAUGHMAN, MELICH, BUTLER, NIPPS. Party news for CALLAN. Court News for HARDY divorce. Chapters 1-22 of the "History of the Pioneer and Modern Times of Ashland County"