Columbiana County, Ohio
Columbiana County, Ohio
One of the eighteen township in Columbiana County. Churches in Butler township include: Wilbur Church, Winona Evangelical Friends Church. Cemeteries: King Cemetery, Damascus Cemetery.
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 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 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 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.
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. HISTORY
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 was created by county commissioners in 1834. Church in Liverpool township: Boyce Methodist Church
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.
Cemeteries located in Middleton Township are; East Carmel Cemetery, Achor Valley Cemetery, Clarkson Cemetery, Mount Zion Cemetery. Church in Middleton township: Clarkson Presbyterian Church.
Formed in 1832. Cemeteries located in Perry Township are: Grandview Cemetery. Church in Perry township: Salem Church.
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 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.
Established in 1833. Cemeteries: Highlandtown Cemetery, Clark Family Cemetery, Ogle Cemetery.
Wayne Township was organized in 1806. Church in Wayne township: Bethel Presbyterian Church. Cemeteries: Bethel Cemetery, Morgan Cemetery, New Lebanon Cemetery.
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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