Stark County, Ohio
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We're looking for DATA for this site!!!
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Founded February 13, 1808
Named for John Stark, Revolutionary War General known as the "Hero of Bennington"
The county seat is Canton.
Alliance * Canal Fulton * Canton * Louisville * Massillon * North Canton
Public Square in Canton, OH
Beach City * Brewster * East Canton * East Sparta * Hartville * Hills and Dales
Limaville * Magnolia * Minerva * Meyers Lake * Navarre * Waynesburg * Wilmot
Bethlehem * Canton * Jackson * Lake * Lawrence * Lexington * Marlboro
Nimishillen * Osnaburg * Paris * Perry * Pike * Plain * Sandy
Sugar Creek * Tuscarawas * Washington
Greentown * Perry Heights * Uniontown
Avondale * Cairo * Marchand * Maximo * Middlebranch * New Franklin
North Industry * North Lawrence * Paris * Richville * Robertsville * Waco
We're looking to add the transcribed data from the vital records, biographies from the county histories as well
as the county history information itself, transcriptions of obituaries, burial data from cemetery trompings and/or
readings, the data from military pensions and other service records; enumerations from census years, any newspaper
gleanings for the family members including birth announcements, marriage announcements, death notices/obits and
anything in between - in short, the data you used to build your family tree (rather than the tree itself since
we don't have the space or manpower to accept gedcoms and trees)
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