Click here to download our Publication Catalog in pdf format Click here to download our Publication Order Form in pdf format Click here to download a list of our New Releases in pdf format Please mail your order form along with a check for the appropriate amount, made payable to the Warren County Genealogical Society to. Lebanon, OH If you have any questions contact us at or wcgs co. Winston Cochrane Extract of records of 3, Warren County men whose draft registration is recorded in the three volumes of records for the Ohio 3rd Congressional District.
This volume contains the abstract of cases and includes an index of the 3, names of the principal, spouses, executors, administrators and heirs. Publication Pages Cost Dr.
Candy Jo Tucker. Orville Layman. The index includes the names of the child and the parents. Every name index includes bride, groom, parents, previous spouses and officiants. Dana Palmer. This is the 9th annual edition of this publication that teaches basic genealogy skills necessary to find your ancestors. Online resources, census, local records, court records, land records, publishing, English and German topics are covered. This is a great how to guide for anyone just getting started. Hannah Funeral Home. Arne H. Trelvik, Editors.
Trelvik, Editor. African American Life in Franklin, Ohio Eva Louise Polley This book represents the culmination of many years of research, beginning with the Civil War period to near present day. The author is a life-long Franklin resident.
Compiled by Dana Palmer. This is the 7th update of this publication prepared for our summer workshop classes. Many genealogy topics are included such as getting started, using online databases such as familysearch and ancestry. This is a great book for anyone just getting started with their family history research. This is the 9th annual update of this publication which now indexes 89, obituaries dating from to Each entry provides the name of the deceased, year of death and page reference where the obituary may be located in our obituary collection.
The collection includes 9, obituaries from the 19 th century. Nancy Miller Myerholz. Nancy's book provides a glimpse into the past of this now extinct little village beginning with the earliest land transactions and residents in the area. Nancy provides a glimpse into the past by her accounts of many of the families that resided in the village during its short life as well as their business, school, church and social activities.
She also addresses the influences of their life from the ancient earthworks up on the hill, the establishment of Camp Kern and the Morgan Canoe Livery which now dominates the valley. A 13 page entry-name index is included. Includes an every name index. This is the 8th update of this publication which now indexes 87, obituaries dating from to This is the 7th update of this publication which now indexes 85, obituaries dating from to Full transcription, abstract, citation and copy of original page entry from the microfilm of black and mulatto registration records in the Warren County Common Pleas Court that required people to show that they were free individuals.
Cynthia L. Maryann Riley Vallone. Chronological abstract of 1, marriage records recorded during the period from 9 Jan through 1 Jan This is the 6th update of this publication which now indexes This is the 5th update of this publication which now indexes 65, obituaries dating from to The collection includes 8, obituaries from the 19 th century. All names listed in Heir Lines Quarterly for the last 26 years are indexed to provide the type of entry plus the volume, issue and page number where the entry can be found.
There are 81, entries with 10, surnames and record types. A-L [ pages -- [Vol. L-Z pages. All articles published in every edition of the Heir Lines Quarterly for the last 26 years are indexed to provide the volume, issue and page where the item can be found. The 1, indexed items are arranged alphabetically as well as by twenty different topical categories.
Order form for back issues is included. The book is available in e versions of the same material; [Vol. Grooms Index -- [Vol 2]. Brides Index --[Vol. Everhart This publication contains an abstract created from 6, cards organized by cemetery on file at the Warren County Recorders Office for burials occurring from to Griffen, Editor This is the 4th update of this publication which now indexes 61, obituaries dating from to Abstracted from microfilm of original black and mulatto registration records in the Warren County Common Pleas Court that were required to show that they were free individuals.
The name index contains entries. Actual letters are not available.
This is the 3 rd update of this publication which now indexes 57, obituaries dating from to The collection includes 7, obituaries from the 19 th century. This publication provides an index to 62, death records from to as listed in 9 different publications available from the Warren County Genealogical Society. Everhart provides a comprehensive study of the family of Michael Dumford who died in Madison County, Kentucky in and his wife, Sevilla Dumford, primarily through two of their sons, Daniel Dumford and Solomon Dumford who came to Ohio about Includes name index.
Each entry provides name of deceased, year of death and page reference where the obituary may be located in our collection. The collection includes 6, obituaries from the 19 th century.
Dunn, this is the latest addition to a series of 11 books documenting Warren County Marriage Records as found in the Probate Court archives. The book provides the name, age and birth place for both the bride and groom plus the wedding date and information on previous marriages. For the first time, the names of the parents are also provided.
The every name index includes the bride, groom and parents as well as the names from previous marriages Click to see more information in flyer pdf format. Compiled by Arne H.
Each entry includes name, date and place of birth plus the name of the parents. These records are supplemented with 1, delayed and corrected birth registrations for the time period covered by each of the books, compiled from Volumes 4 through An every name index is included. Click to see more information in flyer pdf format. This edition add birth records found in Volumes 17 to 20 plus adds additional information for all of the 2, birth records dating from to that are listed in the book. This book by Karen Campbell provides images of the obituaries and death notices found in the Miami-Visitor plus a name index, short history of the newspaper and genealogical information about the family of the publisher, John Wesley Roberts.
The collection includes obituaries from the 19 th century. A collection of local history articles by the late Marion Snyder originally published in The Western Star have now been compiled into a 3 volume collection. Volume 2 is devoted to schools. Includes an Every Name Index. Each contains local news columns collected from The Western Star and organized by village. Part 1 for each year covers Lebanon and surrounding areas.
Part 2 covers other villages in the county. Compiled by Sue Frary. Includes plat maps of the cemeteries and a name index. Published by the Warren County Genealogical Society. Compiled by Warren Co. Society A Journey of Discovery. A collection of maps and histories of better known and lesser known Shaker sites in Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, and Michigan beginning in Descriptive of veterans. Compiled by Mary Everhart in Biographical descriptions and sources listed.
A Roll of Honor for each conflict lists those who died while serving their country.
This book includes the Deerfield and Fellowship cemeteries. This cemetery is in Clear Creek Township. Names and dates are copied from the stones, recorded as of Hill Graveyard added in Names and dates are copied from the stones from These cemeteries are different from Vol. This cemetery in Lebanon, Turtlecreek Township, includes the names of the early pioneers that were laid to rest in the Old Presbyterian Cemetery and moved to this cemetery in This Miami Cemetery, Wayne Township book covers the time period of The names and dates were completed from obits printed in the Western Start and other newspapers.
Method 3. Prepare your documentation.
Adopting parents or their legal representative attorney may request a certified copy of the child's new birth record following a recent adoption. Trelvik, Editor. The book is available in 3 versions of the same material; [Vol. Bid Opportunities View current list of Franklin County bid opportunities. Compiled with permission by Warren Co. Arne Trelvik, Editor.
This will ensure there are no delays in getting your copies. Follow online application prompts. The website will ask you questions about your application for birth certificate copies. Follow these questions and any prompts for additional information or documentation until your application is complete and you receive a confirmation email.
Issuing certified copies of certificates for births (occurring in Ohio only) and deaths (occurring in Franklin County, Ohio only) from to present ($25 per. This office only issues certificates for deaths that occurred in Franklin County, Ohio from – present. For death records in Ohio from – December
Pay for your birth certificate copies. At the end of filing your request online, the Ohio Department of Health website will request your payment. The Ohio Department of Health only charges for the copy of the birth certificate, not any additional fees for using the website. You can pay by Visa or Mastercard. Note any information about your order. You should receive your birth certificate in approximately three weeks.
Method 4. Have copies of your social security card or number and a photo ID. If you are applying for a birth certificate for someone other than yourself, make sure you have proof of your relationship to that person.
Access the VitalChek website to complete your request. In order to apply for a birth certificate copy online, access the VitalChek website to begin and complete your application. The VitalChek website will ask you questions about your application for birth certificate copies. At the end of filing your request online, the VitalChek website will request your payment. VitalChek charges not only for the copy of the birth certificate, but also for its expedited services. The price for that will also vary depending on how quickly you want the birth certificate copy.
Note your confirmation number and wait for your birth certificate copy. You should receive your birth certificate relatively quickly by using the online service. Make sure to note the confirmation number for the requested birth certificate in order to check up on the status or ask questions you may have.
VitalChek offers fast turnaround on birth certificate requests. The will file your application within one business day to government office and you should expect your copy in about a week. How do I find the time of birth if it is not listed on the birth certificate? Check the hospital birth records for that day and year; it probably will have the time noted. Yes No. Not Helpful 0 Helpful 0. Not Helpful 2 Helpful 0. There are social service agencies that may assist you with obtaining a free copy of your birth certificate. Unanswered Questions. Can I fax the affidavit information for a birth certificate to the bureau of vital statistics?
Answer this question Flag as Flag as I have a certified BC does it have to be authenticated also? Can I get a certified copy of a birth certificate for Cuyahoga County in any other county in Ohio? Include your email address to get a message when this question is answered. Already answered Not a question Bad question Other. Tips Personal checks or money orders should be made payable to Office of Vital Statistics. Related wikiHows. Article Summary X There are 3 ways to obtain a copy of your birth certificate in Ohio, in person, by mail, or online.