Liste der Countys in Ohio

Der US-Bundesstaat Ohio ist in 88 Countys unterteilt. Sie werden im Folgenden mit ihrem County Seat (Kreisstadt), dem Gründungsdatum und dem Namensgeber aufgeführt. Die Spalte „Ursprung“ gibt an, aus welchen anderen Countys ein Neues entstand.

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County Seat
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Ursprung
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Namensherkunft
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Bevölkerung
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Adams County001West Union10. Juli 1797Hamilton CountyJohn Adams (1735–1826), President zur Zeit der Gründung des Countys000000000027330.000000000027.330000000000001512.00000000001.512 km² (000000000058391.000000000058.391 sq mi)State map highlighting Adams County
Allen County003Lima1. März 1820Shelby CountyJohn Allen (1771/1772–1813), Soldat im Britisch-Amerikanischen Krieg[6]000000000108473.0000000000108.473000000000001047.00000000001.047 km² (000000000040443.000000000040.443 sq mi)State map highlighting Allen County
Ashland County005Ashland24. Februar 1846Wayne, Richland, Huron, und Lorain CountysAshland, Heimat von Henry Clay.000000000052523.000000000052.523000000000001099.00000000001.099 km² (000000000042437.000000000042.437 sq mi)State map highlighting Ashland County
Ashtabula County007Jefferson7. Juni 1807Trumbull und Geauga CountysAshtabula River, das „Fisch-Fluss“ in Algonquianisch bedeutet[7]000000000102728.0000000000102.728000000000001819.00000000001.819 km² (000000000070244.000000000070.244 sq mi)State map highlighting Ashtabula County
Athens County009Athens1. März 1805Washington CountyAthen000000000062223.000000000062.223000000000001313.00000000001.313 km² (000000000050676.000000000050.676 sq mi)State map highlighting Athens County
Auglaize County011Wapakoneta14. Februar 1848Allen, Mercer, Darke, Hardin, Logan, Shelby, und Van Wert CountysAuglaize River, das bei den Shawnee „Fluss der gefallenen Bäume“ bedeutet000000000046611.000000000046.611000000000001039.00000000001.039 km² (000000000040125.000000000040.125 sq mi)State map highlighting Auglaize County
Belmont County013St. Clairsville7. September 1801Jefferson und Washington CountysBelle monte, französisch für „Schöner Berg“000000000070226.000000000070.226000000000001392.00000000001.392 km² (000000000053735.000000000053.735 sq mi)State map highlighting Belmont County
Brown County015Georgetown1. März 1818Adams und Clermont CountysGeneral Jacob Brown (1775–1828), Offizier im Britisch-Amerikanischen Krieg000000000042285.000000000042.285000000000001274.00000000001.274 km² (000000000049176.000000000049.176 sq mi)State map highlighting Brown County
Butler County017Hamilton1. Mai 1803Hamilton CountyGeneral Richard Butler (1743–1791), getötet in der Schlacht von Wabash000000000332807.0000000000332.807000000000001210.00000000001.210 km² (000000000046727.000000000046.727 sq mi)State map highlighting Butler County
Carroll County019Carrollton1. Januar 1833Columbiana, Stark, Harrison, Jefferson, und Tuscarawas CountysCharles Carroll (1737–1832), letzter überlebender Unterzeichner der Unabhängigkeitserklärung000000000028836.000000000028.836000000000001022.00000000001.022 km² (000000000039467.000000000039.467 sq mi)State map highlighting Carroll County
Champaign County021Urbana1. März 1805Greene und Franklin CountysFranzösisch für „Ebene“ als Beschreibung des Gebiets000000000038890.000000000038.890000000000001110.00000000001.110 km² (000000000042856.000000000042.856 sq mi)State map highlighting Champaign County
Clark County023Springfield1. März 1818Champaign, Madison, und Greene CountysGeneral George Rogers Clark (1752–1818), der die Shawnee-Indianer bei Springfield besiegte000000000144742.0000000000144.742000000000001036.00000000001.036 km² (000000000039986.000000000039.986 sq mi)State map highlighting Clark County
Clermont County025Batavia6. Dezember 1800Hamilton CountyFranzösisch für „freier Berg“000000000177977.0000000000177.977000000000001171.00000000001.171 km² (000000000045199.000000000045.199 sq mi)State map highlighting Clermont County
Clinton County027Wilmington1. März 1810Highland und Warren CountysGeorge Clinton (1739–1812), Vizepräsident zur Zeit der Countygründung000000000040543.000000000040.543000000000001064.00000000001.064 km² (000000000041088.000000000041.088 sq mi)State map highlighting Clinton County
Columbiana County029Lisbon1. Mai 1803Jefferson und Washington CountysAbgeleitet von den Namen Christoph Columbus und Anna000000000112075.0000000000112.075000000000001379.00000000001.379 km² (000000000053246.000000000053.246 sq mi)State map highlighting Columbiana County
Coshocton County031Coshocton31. Januar 1810Muskingum und Tuscarawas Countys„Vereinigung der Wasser“ in der Sprache der Delaware-Indianer000000000036655.000000000036.655000000000001461.00000000001.461 km² (000000000056407.000000000056.407 sq mi)State map highlighting Coshocton County
Crawford County033Bucyrus1. April, 1820Delaware CountyOffizier William Crawford (1732–1782)000000000046966.000000000046.966000000000001041.00000000001.041 km² (000000000040211.000000000040.211 sq mi)State map highlighting Crawford County
Cuyahoga County035Cleveland7. Juni 1807Geauga CountyCuyahoga River, das „Krummer Fluss“ auf Irokesisch bedeutet[8]000000001393978.00000000001.393.978000000000001187.00000000001.187 km² (000000000045849.000000000045.849 sq mi)State map highlighting Cuyahoga County
Darke County037Greenville3. Januar 1809Miami CountyGeneral William Darke (1736–1801), Offizier im Unabhängigkeitskrieg000000000053309.000000000053.309000000000001553.00000000001.553 km² (000000000059980.000000000059.980 sq mi)State map highlighting Darke County
Defiance County039Defiance7. April 1845Williams, Henry, und Paulding CountysFort Defiance, von Anthony Wayne 1794 errichtet000000000039500.000000000039.500000000000001065.00000000001.065 km² (000000000041116.000000000041.116 sq mi)State map highlighting Defiance County
Delaware County041Delaware1. April 1808Franklin CountyDelaware-Indianer000000000110106.0000000000110.106000000000001146.00000000001.146 km² (000000000044241.000000000044.241 sq mi)State map highlighting Delaware County
Erie County043SanduskyMarch 15, 1838Huron und Sandusky CountysErie-Indianer000000000079551.000000000079.551000000000000660.0000000000660 km² (000000000025488.000000000025.488 sq mi)State map highlighting Erie County
Fairfield County045Lancaster9. Dezember 1800Ross und Washington CountysBenannt nach den „schönen Feldern“000000000122759.0000000000122.759000000000001308.00000000001.308 km² (000000000050511.000000000050.511 sq mi)State map highlighting Fairfield County
Fayette County047Washington Court House1. März 1810Ross und Highland CountysMarquis de Lafayette, Französischer Offizier und Aristokrat000000000028433.000000000028.433000000000001053.00000000001.053 km² (000000000040658.000000000040.658 sq mi)State map highlighting Fayette County
Franklin County049Columbus30. April 1803Ross und Wayne CountysBenjamin Franklin (1706–1791)000000001068978.00000000001.068.978000000000001398.00000000001.398 km² (000000000053987.000000000053.987 sq mi)State map highlighting Franklin County
Fulton County051Wauseon1. April 1850Lucas, Henry, und Williams CountysRobert Fulton (1765–1815), Erfinder des Dampfschiffs000000000042084.000000000042.084000000000001054.00000000001.054 km² (000000000040678.000000000040.678 sq mi)State map highlighting Fulton County
Gallia County053Gallipolis30. April 1803Washington und Adams CountysGallien000000000031069.000000000031.069000000000001214.00000000001.214 km² (000000000046878.000000000046.878 sq mi)State map highlighting Gallia County
Geauga County055Chardon1. März 1806Trumbull CountyEin Wort der Indianer für Waschbär000000000090895.000000000090.895000000000001045.00000000001.045 km² (000000000040366.000000000040.366 sq mi)State map highlighting Geauga County
Greene County057Xenia1. Mai 1803Hamilton und Ross CountysGeneral Nathanael Greene (1742–1786), Offizier im Unabhängigkeitskrieg000000000147886.0000000000147.886000000000001075.00000000001.075 km² (000000000041488.000000000041.488 sq mi)State map highlighting Greene County
Guernsey County059Cambridge1. März 1810Belmont und Muskingum CountysGuernsey000000000040792.000000000040.792000000000001352.00000000001.352 km² (000000000052190.000000000052.190 sq mi)State map highlighting Guernsey County
Hamilton County061Cincinnati2. Januar 1790Eines der ursprünglichen CountysAlexander Hamilton (1755/1757–1804)000000000845303.0000000000845.303000000000001055.00000000001.055 km² (000000000040736.000000000040.736 sq mi)State map highlighting Hamilton County
Hancock County063Findlay1. April 1820Logan CountyJohn Hancock (1737–1793)000000000071295.000000000071.295000000000001376.00000000001.376 km² (000000000053135.000000000053.135 sq mi)State map highlighting Hancock County
Hardin County065Kenton1. April 1820Logan CountyGeneral John Hardin (Offizier) (1753–1792)000000000031945.000000000031.945000000000001218.00000000001.218 km² (000000000047029.000000000047.029 sq mi)State map highlighting Hardin County
Harrison County067Cadiz1. Februar 1813Jefferson und Tuscarawas CountysGeneral William H. Harrison (1773–1841)000000000015856.000000000015.856000000000001045.00000000001.045 km² (000000000040353.000000000040.353 sq mi)State map highlighting Harrison County
Henry County069Napoleon1. April 1820Shelby CountyPatrick Henry (1736–1799)000000000029210.000000000029.210000000000001079.00000000001.079 km² (000000000041650.000000000041.650 sq mi)State map highlighting Henry County
Highland County071Hillsboro1. Mai 1805Ross, Adams, und Clermont CountysBeschreibung der Landschaft000000000040875.000000000040.875000000000001433.00000000001.433 km² (000000000055328.000000000055.328 sq mi)State map highlighting Highland County
Hocking County073Logan1. März 1818Athens, Ross, und Fairfield CountysEventuell vom Wort der Delaware-Indianer „Hoch-Hoch-ing“, das „Flasche“ bedeutet000000000028241.000000000028.241000000000001095.00000000001.095 km² (000000000042275.000000000042.275 sq mi)State map highlighting Hocking County
Holmes County075Millersburg20. Januar 1824Coshocton, Wayne, und Tuscarawas CountysMajor Andrew Holmes († 1814)000000000038943.000000000038.943000000000001096.00000000001.096 km² (000000000042299.000000000042.299 sq mi)State map highlighting Holmes County
Huron County077Norwalk7. März 1809Portage und Cuyahoga CountysHuron-Indianer000000000059847.000000000059.847000000000001276.00000000001.276 km² (000000000049269.000000000049.269 sq mi)State map highlighting Huron County
Jackson County079Jackson1. März 1816Scioto, Gallia, Athens, und Ross CountysGeneral Andrew Jackson (1767–1845)000000000032641.000000000032.641000000000001089.00000000001.089 km² (000000000042028.000000000042.028 sq mi)State map highlighting Jackson County
Jefferson County081Steubenville29. Juli 1797Washington CountyThomas Jefferson (1743–1826)000000000073894.000000000073.894000000000001061.00000000001.061 km² (000000000040961.000000000040.961 sq mi)State map highlighting Jefferson County
Knox County083Mount Vernon1. März 1808Fairfield CountyGeneral Henry Knox000000000054500.000000000054.500000000000001365.00000000001.365 km² (000000000052712.000000000052.712 sq mi)State map highlighting Knox County
Lake County085Painesville6. März 1840Geauga und Cuyahoga CountysAn den Ufern des Eriesees000000000227511.0000000000227.511000000000000591.0000000000591 km² (000000000022821.000000000022.821 sq mi)State map highlighting Lake County
Lawrence County087Ironton21. Dezember 1815Gallia und Scioto CountysCaptain James Lawrence (1781–1813)000000000062319.000000000062.319000000000001178.00000000001.178 km² (000000000045496.000000000045.496 sq mi)State map highlighting Lawrence County
Licking County089Newark1. März 1808Fairfield CountyNach den Salzlecken im County benannt000000000145491.0000000000145.491000000000001778.00000000001.778 km² (000000000068650.000000000068.650 sq mi)State map highlighting Licking County
Logan County091Bellefontaine1. März 1818Champaign CountyGeneral Benjamin Logan (~1742–1802)000000000046005.000000000046.005000000000001187.00000000001.187 km² (000000000045844.000000000045.844 sq mi)State map highlighting Logan County
Lorain County093Elyria26. Dezember 1822Huron, Cuyahoga, und Medina CountysNach Lorraine in Frankreich000000000284664.0000000000284.664000000000001276.00000000001.276 km² (000000000049250.000000000049.250 sq mi)State map highlighting Lorain County
Lucas County095Toledo20. Juni 1835Wood, Sandusky, und Huron CountysRobert Lucas (1781–1853), Gouverneur von Ohio000000000455054.0000000000455.054000000000000882.0000000000882 km² (000000000034046.000000000034.046 sq mi)State map highlighting Lucas County
Madison County097London1. März 1810Franklin CountyPresident James Madison (1751–1836)000000000040213.000000000040.213000000000001205.00000000001.205 km² (000000000046544.000000000046.544 sq mi)State map highlighting Madison County
Mahoning County099Youngstown1. März 1846Columbiana und Trumbull CountysMahoning River000000000257555.0000000000257.555000000000001075.00000000001.075 km² (000000000041525.000000000041.525 sq mi)State map highlighting Mahoning County
Marion County101Marion1. April 1820Delaware CountyGeneral Francis Marion (1732–1795)000000000066217.000000000066.217000000000001046.00000000001.046 km² (000000000040384.000000000040.384 sq mi)State map highlighting Marion County
Medina County103Medina18. Februar 1812Portage CountyMedina, Hauptstadt von Al Madinah in Saudi-Arabien000000000151095.0000000000151.095000000000001092.00000000001.092 km² (000000000042155.000000000042.155 sq mi)State map highlighting Medina County
Meigs County105Pomeroy1. April 1819Gallia und Athens CountysReturn Jonathan Meigs Jr. (1764–1825)000000000023072.000000000023.072000000000001112.00000000001.112 km² (000000000042942.000000000042.942 sq mi)State map highlighting Meigs County
Mercer County107Celina1. April 1820Darke CountyGeneral Hugh Mercer (1726–1777)000000000040924.000000000040.924000000000001200.00000000001.200 km² (000000000046327.000000000046.327 sq mi)State map highlighting Mercer County
Miami County109Troy1. März 1807Montgomery CountyMiami-Indianer000000000098868.000000000098.868000000000001054.00000000001.054 km² (000000000040704.000000000040.704 sq mi)State map highlighting Miami County
Monroe County111Woodsfield29. Januar 1813Belmont, Washington, und Guernsey CountysJames Monroe (1758–1831)000000000015180.000000000015.180000000000001180.00000000001.180 km² (000000000045554.000000000045.554 sq mi)State map highlighting Monroe County
Montgomery County113Dayton1. Mai 1803Hamilton und Wayne CountysGeneral Richard Montgomery (1738–1775)000000000559062.0000000000559.062000000000001196.00000000001.196 km² (000000000046168.000000000046.168 sq mi)State map highlighting Montgomery County
Morgan County115McConnelsville29. Dezember 1817Washington, Guernsey, und Muskingum CountysGeneral Daniel Morgan (c.1735–1802)000000000014897.000000000014.897000000000001082.00000000001.082 km² (000000000041766.000000000041.766 sq mi)State map highlighting Morgan County
Morrow County117Mount Gilead1. März 1848Knox, Marion, Delaware, und Richland CountysJeremiah Morrow (1771–1852), Gouverneur von Ohio000000000031628.000000000031.628000000000001052.00000000001.052 km² (000000000040622.000000000040.622 sq mi)State map highlighting Morrow County
Muskingum County119Zanesville1. März 1803Washington und Fairfield CountysEin einheimisches Wort für „Dorf am Fluss“
oder
ein einheimisches Wort für „am Fluss“
000000000084585.000000000084.585000000000001721.00000000001.721 km² (000000000066463.000000000066.463 sq mi)State map highlighting Muskingum County
Noble County121Caldwell1. April 1851Monroe, Washington, Morgan, und Guernsey CountysJohn Noble (1785–1831), ein früher Siedler000000000014058.000000000014.058000000000001033.00000000001.033 km² (000000000039900.000000000039.900 sq mi)State map highlighting Noble County
Ottawa County123Port Clinton6. März 1840Erie, Sandusky, und Lucas CountysOttawa-Indianer000000000040985.000000000040.985000000000000660.0000000000660 km² (000000000025495.000000000025.495 sq mi)State map highlighting Ottawa County
Paulding County125Paulding1. April 1820Darke CountyJohn Paulding (1758–1818)000000000020293.000000000020.293000000000001078.00000000001.078 km² (000000000041626.000000000041.626 sq mi)State map highlighting Paulding County
Perry County127New Lexington1. März 1818Washington, Fairfield, und Muskingum CountysCommodore Oliver Hazard Perry (1785–1819)000000000034078.000000000034.078000000000001061.00000000001.061 km² (000000000040978.000000000040.978 sq mi)State map highlighting Perry County
Pickaway County129Circleville1. März 1810Ross, Fairfield, und Franklin CountysFalschschreibung für den Piqua-Stamm
oder
Eine Ableitung des indianischen Wortes „Piqua“
000000000052727.000000000052.727000000000001300.00000000001.300 km² (000000000050191.000000000050.191 sq mi)State map highlighting Pickaway County
Pike County131Waverly1. Februar 1815Ross, Scioto, und Adams CountysGeneral Zebulon Pike (1779–1813), Entdecker von Pikes Peak000000000027695.000000000027.695000000000001143.00000000001.143 km² (000000000044149.000000000044.149 sq mi)State map highlighting Pike County
Portage County133Ravenna7. Juni 1807Trumbull CountyPortage, Umtragen von Kanus über Land000000000152061.0000000000152.061000000000001275.00000000001.275 km² (000000000049239.000000000049.239 sq mi)State map highlighting Portage County
Preble County135Eaton1. März 1808Montgomery und Butler CountysCaptain Edward Preble (1761–1807)000000000042337.000000000042.337000000000001100.00000000001.100 km² (000000000042480.000000000042.480 sq mi)State map highlighting Preble County
Putnam County137Ottawa1. April 1820Shelby CountyGeneral Israel Putnam (1718–1790), Offizier im Unabhängigkeitskrieg000000000034726.000000000034.726000000000001253.00000000001.253 km² (000000000048387.000000000048.387 sq mi)State map highlighting Putnam County
Richland County139Mansfield1. März 1808Fairfield CountyBeschreibung des Bodens in dieser Gegend000000000128852.0000000000128.852000000000001287.00000000001.287 km² (000000000049688.000000000049.688 sq mi)State map highlighting Richland County
Ross County141Chillicothe20. August 1798Adams und Washington CountysJames Ross000000000073345.000000000073.345000000000001783.00000000001.783 km² (000000000068841.000000000068.841 sq mi)State map highlighting Ross County
Sandusky County143Fremont1. April 1820Huron CountyEin Wort der Irokesen für „kaltes Wasser“000000000061792.000000000061.792000000000001060.00000000001.060 km² (000000000040918.000000000040.918 sq mi)State map highlighting Sandusky County
Scioto County145Portsmouth1. Mai 1803Adams CountyScioto River; Das Wort bedeutet „Hirsch“ in der Sprache der Wyandot000000000079195.000000000079.195000000000001586.00000000001.586 km² (000000000061227.000000000061.227 sq mi)State map highlighting Scioto County
Seneca County147Tiffin1. April 1820Huron CountySeneca-Indianer, welche hier lebten000000000058683.000000000058.683000000000001426.00000000001.426 km² (000000000055059.000000000055.059 sq mi)State map highlighting Seneca County
Shelby County149Sidney1. April 1819Miami CountyGeneral Isaac Shelby (1750–1826)000000000047910.000000000047.910000000000001060.00000000001.060 km² (000000000040927.000000000040.927 sq mi)State map highlighting Shelby County
Stark County151Canton13. Februar 1808Columbiana CountyGeneral John Stark (1728–1822)000000000378098.0000000000378.098000000000001492.00000000001.492 km² (000000000057614.000000000057.614 sq mi)State map highlighting Stark County
Summit County153Akron3. März 1840Medina, Portage, und Stark CountysWeil hier der Ohio-Kanal seine höchste Stelle erreicht000000000542899.0000000000542.899000000000001069.00000000001.069 km² (000000000041272.000000000041.272 sq mi)State map highlighting Summit County
Trumbull County155Warren10. Juli 1800Jefferson und Wayne CountysJonathan Trumbull senior (1710–1785), Gouverneur von Connecticut000000000225116.0000000000225.116000000000001597.00000000001.597 km² (000000000061648.000000000061.648 sq mi)State map highlighting Trumbull County
Tuscarawas County157New Philadelphia15. März 1808Muskingum CountyTuscarawas River, „Fluss des offenen Mundes“
oder
Tuscarawas-Stamm
000000000090914.000000000090.914000000000001470.00000000001.470 km² (000000000056758.000000000056.758 sq mi)State map highlighting Tuscarawas County
Union County159Marysville1. April 1820Delaware, Franklin, Logan, und Madison CountysSo genannt, weil es aus vier anderen Countys vereinigt wurde000000000040909.000000000040.909000000000001131.00000000001.131 km² (000000000043665.000000000043.665 sq mi)State map highlighting Union County
Van Wert County161Van Wert1. April 1820Darke CountyIsaac Van Wart (1760–1828), der den Spion John André während des Amerikanischen Unabhängigkeitskrieges festnahm000000000029659.000000000029.659000000000001062.00000000001.062 km² (000000000041009.000000000041.009 sq mi)State map highlighting Van Wert County
Vinton County163McArthur23. März 1850Athens, Gallia, Hocking, Jackson, und Ross CountysSamuel Finley Vinton (1792–1862)000000000012806.000000000012.806000000000001072.00000000001.072 km² (000000000041408.000000000041.408 sq mi)State map highlighting Vinton County
Warren County165Lebanon1. Mai 1803Hamilton CountyGeneral Joseph Warren (1741–1775), Offizier im Amerikanischen Unabhängigkeitskrieg000000000158383.0000000000158.383000000000001035.00000000001.035 km² (000000000039963.000000000039.963 sq mi)State map highlighting Warren County
Washington County167Marietta27. Juli 1788Eines der ursprünglichen CountysGeorge Washington (1732–1799)000000000063251.000000000063.251000000000001645.00000000001.645 km² (000000000063515.000000000063.515 sq mi)State map highlighting Washington County
Wayne County169Wooster1. März 1808Aus noch nicht zugeteiltem GebietGeneral Anthony Wayne (1745–1796), Offizier im Unabhängigkeitskrieg000000000111564.0000000000111.564000000000001438.00000000001.438 km² (000000000055536.000000000055.536 sq mi)State map highlighting Wayne County
Williams County171Bryan1. April 1820Darke CountyDavid Williams (1754–1831)000000000039188.000000000039.188000000000001092.00000000001.092 km² (000000000042174.000000000042.174 sq mi)State map highlighting Williams County
Wood County173Bowling Green1. April 1820Aus noch nicht zugeteiltem GebietEleazer D. Wood (1783–1814), Gründer von Fort Meigs000000000121065.0000000000121.065000000000001599.00000000001.599 km² (000000000061732.000000000061.732 sq mi)State map highlighting Wood County
Wyandot County175Upper Sandusky3. Februar 1845Marion, Crawford, und Hardin CountysWyandot-Indianer000000000022908.000000000022.908000000000001051.00000000001.051 km² (000000000040561.000000000040.561 sq mi)State map highlighting Wyandot County

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Einzelnachweise

  1. a b EPA County FIPS Code Listing. EPA. Abgerufen am 9. April 2007.
  2. a b c d NACo – Find a County. Archiviert vom Original am 12. Juli 2008. Abgerufen am 22. Juli 2007.
  3. a b Federal Roster: Counties of Ohio, Derivation of Name and Date of Erection. Archiviert vom Original am 28. Februar 2008. Abgerufen am 22. Juli 2007.
  4. a b Ohio Genealogy Clickable County Map. Archiviert vom Original am 9. Juni 2008. Abgerufen am 25. Juli 2007. [nicht mehr verfügbar]
  5. The origin of Ohio's country names. rootsweb. Abgerufen am 22. März 2009.
  6. Resolution of 111th Ohio General Assembly designating John Allen as the person for which Allen County was named
  7. Ashtabula, Encyclopædia Britannica, 2007. Abgerufen am 19. November 2007
  8. Cuyahoga River, Encyclopædia Britannica, 2007. Abgerufen am 19. November 2007

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Map of Ohio highlighting Adams County.svg
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Map of Ohio highlighting Auglaize County.svg
This is a locator map showing Auglaize County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Vinton County.svg
This is a locator map showing Vinton County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Belmont County.svg
This is a locator map showing Belmont County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Portage County.svg
This is a locator map showing Portage County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Seneca County.svg
This is a locator map showing Seneca County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Williams County.svg
This is a locator map showing Williams County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Sandusky County.svg
This is a locator map showing Sandusky County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Noble County.svg
This is a locator map showing Noble County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Paulding County.svg
This is a locator map showing Paulding County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Scioto County.svg
This is a locator map showing Scioto County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Lorain County.svg
This is a locator map showing Lorain County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Hocking County.svg
This is a locator map showing Hocking County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Allen County.svg
This is a locator map showing Allen County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Clinton County.svg
This is a locator map showing Clinton County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Union County.svg
This is a locator map showing Union County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Wyandot County.svg
This is a locator map showing Wyandot County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Madison County.svg
This is a locator map showing Madison County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Harrison County.svg
This is a locator map showing Harrison County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Lucas County.svg
This is a locator map showing Lucas County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Hancock County.svg
This is a locator map showing Hancock County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Defiance County.svg
This is a locator map showing Defiance County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Morrow County.svg
This is a locator map showing Morrow County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Crawford County.svg
This is a locator map showing Crawford County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Darke County.svg
This is a locator map showing Darke County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Clark County.svg
This is a locator map showing Clark County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Summit County.svg
This is a locator map showing Summit County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Licking County.svg
This is a locator map showing Licking County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Marion County.svg
This is a locator map showing Marion County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Warren County.svg
This is a locator map showing Warren County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Erie County.svg

Locator map of Erie County — along Lake Erie in northern Ohio.


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Map of Ohio highlighting Mahoning County.svg
This is a locator map showing Mahoning County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Greene County.svg
This is a locator map showing Greene County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Richland County.svg
This is a locator map showing Richland County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Putnam County.svg
This is a locator map showing Putnam County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Lake County.svg
This is a locator map showing Lake County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Holmes County.svg
This is a locator map showing Holmes County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Gallia County.svg
This is a locator map showing Gallia County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Guernsey County.svg
This is a locator map showing Guernsey County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Ross County.svg
This is a locator map showing Ross County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Wayne County.svg
This is a locator map showing Wayne County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Medina County.svg
This is a locator map showing Medina County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Carroll County.svg
This is a locator map showing Carroll County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Delaware County.svg
This is a locator map showing Delaware County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Stark County.svg
This is a locator map showing Stark County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Preble County.svg
This is a locator map showing Preble County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Meigs County.svg
This is a locator map showing Meigs County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Fulton County.svg
This is a locator map showing Fulton County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Mercer County.svg
This is a locator map showing Mercer County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Miami County.svg
This is a locator map showing Miami County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Jackson County.svg
This is a locator map showing Jackson County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Pickaway County.svg
This is a locator map showing Pickaway County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Geauga County.svg
This is a locator map showing Geauga County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Athens County.svg
This is a locator map showing Athens County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Van Wert County.svg
This is a locator map showing Van Wert County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Pike County.svg
This is a locator map showing Pike County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Lawrence County.svg
This is a locator map showing Lawrence County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Perry County.svg
This is a locator map showing Perry County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.
Map of Ohio highlighting Trumbull County.svg
This is a locator map showing Trumbull County in Ohio. For more information, see Commons:United States county locator maps.