Hocking County Ohio

Washington Township

Washington Township   The2000 census found 1,160 people in the township. 

No municipalities are located in Washington Township.

History: Among the early settlers are found the following names:  Adam Engle, Frederic Higley, Henry Iles, Wm. Lashley, Jonathan Kimbal, Samuel Johnson, George Garrett, Wells Garrett, Rev. Mr. Poland, Wm. Buzzard, and 'Squire Watts, the two latter being especially adepts in hunting bears, deer and other wild game.  The most fertile and tillable portion of the township, as well as the best timber, was to be found in the valley of Scott's Fork, which penetrates it from the north nearly to its center, and consequently the earliest settlers were drawn to this portion.  History of Hocking Valley - 1883



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