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Founded March 1, 1808
County Seat: Eaton
Largest city: Eaton
Formed from from portions of Butler County and Montgomery County, the county was named for Edward Preble, a naval
officer who fought in the American Revolutionary War.
Cities, Villages and other
Communities City Eaton
College Corner * Camden * Eldorado * Gratis * Lewisburg * New Paris *
Verona * West Alexandria * West Elkton * West Manchester
Dixon * Gasper * Gratis * Harrison * Israel *
Jefferson * Lanier * Monroe * Somers * Twin * Washington
Updates: Feb 2017: bio for ADAMS
May 2016: Newton Cemetery Info. Brower Cemetery listings
July 2015: Mobile Friendly! Bios
for RICHIE, DYE
marriage announcement for GARDNER-MARTIN; 1883 Pensioners on the Rolls
Nov 2014: will abstract for MCGUIRE
Mar 2014: bio for STUBBS