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Butler Township
One of the eighteen township in Columbiana County. Churches in Butler township include: Wilbur Church, Winona Evangelical Friends Church. Cemeteries: King Cemetery, Damascus Cemetery.

Center Township
Received the name "Centre" in 1803. The city of Lisbon is located in Center Township. Cemeteries located in this township are: Frederick Cemetery, Gaskill Cemetery, Lee Cemetery

Elkrun Township
Elkrun Township was settled around 1800 by John Snyder and others from York County, Pa. Church in Elkrun township: Church Hill Church. Cemeteries: Lowries Cemetery, Elkrun Cemetery, Bowman Cemetery, Carlisle Cemetery, Kembles Cemetery, Church Hill Cemetery.

Fairfield Township
Fairfield Township was organized in 1805. The city of Columbiana is located in this township. Cemeteries: Easterly Cemetery, Bethel-Fairfield Cemetery, Hum Cemetery, Cool Springs Cemetery.

Franklin Township
Franklin township was organized in 1833. The city of Summitville is located in Franklin Township. Churches in Franklin township include: Bethesda Church, Saint Johns Church. Cemeteries: Bethesda Cemetery, Saint Pauls Cemetery.

Hanover Township
Named Hanover village, known as Hanoverton Post office, it was laid out in May, 1813, by James Craig. Church in Hanover township: Trinity Friends Church. Cemeteries: Dutton Cemetery, Trinity Cemetery, Sandy Springs Cemetery, Figley Cemetery, Frost Cemetery.

Knox Township
Knox was organized as a township June 1808. Cemeteries located in Knox Township are; Highland Memorial Park, Bethel Cemetery, Reading Cemetery, North Georgetown Cemetery. Church in Knox township: Reading Church.

Liverpool Township
Liverpool Township was created by county commissioners in 1834. Church in Liverpool township: Boyce Methodist Church

Madison Township
Madison township was organized in 1809. Cemeteries located in Madison Township are; West Beaver Cemetery, Township Line Cemetery, Madison Cemetery. Churches in Madison township include: Power Point Church, West Beaver United Presbyterian Church, Yellow Creek Church.

Middleton Township
Cemeteries located in Middleton Township are; East Carmel Cemetery, Achor Valley Cemetery, Clarkson Cemetery, Mount Zion Cemetery. Church in Middleton township: Clarkson Presbyterian Church.

Perry Township
Formed in 1832. Cemeteries located in Perry Township are: Grandview Cemetery. Church in Perry township: Salem Church.

Salem Township
The first post office was established in 1844. Cemeteries located in Salem Township are: Hart Cemetery, Highland Cemetery, Switzer Cemetery, English Cemetery, Salem Township Cemetery, Phillips Cemetery, Oakdale Cemetery. Churches in Salem township include: Phillips Church, Saint Jacobs Church.

St. Clair Township
St. Clair was organized in 1803. Churches in St. Clair township include: Fredericktown Christian Church, Williamsport Church.

Unity Township
Unity Township was settled before 1800 by a man with the name of Beard. Church in Unity township: Brick Church. Cemeteries: Unity Brick Church Cemetery, Mason Rich Cemetery, Saint Marys Cemetery, Koch Cemetery, Glenview Cemetery, New Waterford Cemetery.

Washington Township
Established in 1833. Cemeteries: Highlandtown Cemetery, Clark Family Cemetery, Ogle Cemetery.

Wayne Township
Wayne Township was organized in 1806. Church in Wayne township: Bethel Presbyterian Church. Cemeteries: Bethel Cemetery, Morgan Cemetery, New Lebanon Cemetery.

West Township
Cemeteries: Edwards Cemetery, Chambersburg Cemetery, Plaines Cemetery, New Alexander Cemetery, Moultrie Chapel Cemetery.

Yellow Creek Township
Yellow Creek Township was organized in 1805. Cemeteries: McKenzie Cemetery, Scotch Settlement Cemetery, Cuppy Cemetery, Oak Ridge Cemetery.


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