Volunteers Dedicated to Free
Our goal is to help you track your ancestors through time by transcribing genealogical
and historical data and placing it online for the free use of all
This website is
available for adoption!
If you have a love for history, a desire to help others, and basic web-authoring
skills, consider joining us! Get the details on our Volunteer
[A desire to transcribe data and knowledge of how to make a basic
webpage is required.]
If hosting isn't for you, we
can use your help in other ways.
More information can be found on the Volunteer
Check your attics!
Dust off your family scrapbooks!
We're looking for DATA for this site!!!
We'll be happy to help your families' obituaries, news items and other historical data find a home here at Ohio
Genealogy Trails, where it will remain free for all to view.
We regret that we are unable
to perform personal research for you.
All data we come across
is added to this site, so please keep checking back!
Founded March 1, 1806 from
parts of Trumbull County
It was the second county in the Connecticut Western Reserve.
The first settlement was at Burton, Ohio in the year 1798, when three
families settled there from Connecticut.
In 1808, the size of Geauga County was reduced by the creation of
Ashtabula County and Cuyahoga County.
Main Street, Chardon, OH
The County Seat and largest city is Chardon
It is named for a Native American word meaning "raccoon".
* Aquilla * Burton * Chardon * Hunting Valley
* Middlefield * South Russell * Bainbridge * Chesterland
* East Claridon * Montville * Parkman * Welshfield
* Auburn * Bainbridge * Burton * Chardon * Chester * Claridon * Hambden * Huntsburg
* Middlefield * Montville * Munson * Newbury * Parkman * Russell
(Novelty) * Thompson * Troy
TOP SITE CONTRIBUTOR: Kate Watson
Kate has sent in many of the newspaper items on this site. Thanks!
Church Histories / Records
Mar 2018: obits for ALLEN, WEBBER, BARNETT, CHIDGEY, DYER, SAMPSON. Gossip news for JEWETT. Birth notice for HOARD. Legal Notice for divorce for JAMES. Marriage announcements: MONEYSMITH-SNEDIKER, SCHRIBNER-VALENTINE, KNOWLES-ADAMS, VINCENT-ROBINSON, MILLER-BEECHER, WARNER-HAZEN, HUBBARD-HOPKINS, WATERS-HOSMER, BRIGHAM-ANDREWS. 1858 Delinquent Tax List. Early History and Development of Geauga County
A TRANSCRIBED OBITUARY to US
Join our Genealogy Trails
Midwestern States Mailing
to get email notices when our county sites are updated.
For the Midwest States of :
Ohio -- Nebraska --
Indiana -- Iowa --
Missouri -- Kansas
covered under its original Illinois
DEDICATED TO FREE GENEALOGY
Copyright © Genealogy Trails
All data on this website is Copyright by Genealogy Trails with full
rights reserved for original submitters.
No data is to be copied to other websites