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A listing of collections in Ohio based on the subject of African Americans in Ohio.
Last Updated: 10 May 2021
Brown County is adjacent to Clermont County (east). Part of Brown County was formed from part of Clermont County in 1818. Information about research services, location and hours.
Last Updated: 11 May 2021
Since 1831 the Cincinnati History Library and Archives has been collecting and preserving materials related to the Greater Cincinnati area, the state of Ohio and the Old Northwest Territory. Today, it houses one of the most significant regional history collections in the United States with thousands of books, pamphlets, maps, manuscripts, photographs and films. Information about location and hours.
Last Updated: 11 May 2021
Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County Genealogy Research Resources
Last Updated: 14 May 2021
Searchable database and digitized images of Birth and Death Records from 1865-1912 within the Cincinnati OH city limits.
Last Updated: 21 May 2021
Clinton County is adjacent to Clermont County (north). Information about museum, research library and archives.
Last Updated: 11 May 2021
Libraries store an abundance of images that detail the Greater Cincinnati area's past. Along with other databases such as the Ohio Memory Project and American Memory, the Greater Cincinnati Memory Project is providing a way for these libraries to profile and preserve their collections and make them more accessible to the public.
Last Updated: 10 May 2021
Just to the west of Clermont County, Hamilton County is a rich resource of genealogical records.
Last Updated: 15 May 2021
Naturalizations from 1856-1906 recorded at the Hamilton County OH Probate Court. May be incomplete due to Courthouse fire in 1884.
Last Updated: 21 May 2021
Searchable index of Original and Restored Naturalizations from 1837-1916 in Hamilton County, OH. May be incomplete due to Courthouse fire in 1884.
Last Updated: 21 May 2021
Searchable databases and digitized images of Wills, Estate/Probate Documents, Guardianships, Marriages, some Birth and Death Records. Some records date back to 1791.
Last Updated: 21 May 2021
Links to all Ohio County Courts including Probate
Last Updated: 14 July 2019
Easy Ways to Obtain a Birth or Death Record
Last Updated: 10 May 2021
Through the historic preservation of our communities, our critically acclaimed education programs, 1.9 million collected items and over 50 historic sites and museums, we are helping people connect with Ohio's past to understand the present and create a better future.
Last Updated: 10 May 2021
The records available for research include the following: Ohio Department of Health Death Certificates, 1913-1944 Ohio Department of Health Death Certificates, 1954-1963 Ohio Department of Health Stillborn Death Certificates, 1913-1935 Ohio Department of Health Stillborn Death Certificates,1942-1949 Columbus Board of Health Death Certificates, 1904-1908 Ohio Girls Industrial School, 1869-1943 Ohio Boys Industrial School, 1858-1944
Last Updated: 14 May 2021
Declaration of Intent and Naturalization Records from County Courts for various Ohio counties, including Clermont, Brown and Hamilton. Covers various years, starting roughly in the mid-1800's.
Last Updated: 21 May 2021
This Facebook group features historical photos of the Greater Cincinnati Area and is a great place to give you a feel for what life was like for your ancestors growing up in this area.
Last Updated: 10 May 2021
Spring Grove Cemetery (located in nearby Hamilton County) is one of the nations best kept cemeteries stretched over 733 acres of which approximately 450 acres are beautifully landscaped and maintained. Notable Burials at the cemetery include: Civil War Generals, Congressional Medal of Honor Recipients, Major General Joseph Hooker, Revolutionary War Soldiers, Charles West, Judge Jacob Burnet , and Salmon P. Chase. The website includes a search function for locating ancestors buried at the cemetery.
Last Updated: 10 May 2021
The FamilySearch Center is located on the fourth floor of the Freedom Center. Volunteers will provide free, personalized assistance in tracing your family tree. The library is open to everyone, from beginners to advanced genealogists. If you are visiting the museum specifically for this resource, we recommend calling Guest Services at (513) 333-7500 for the most recent updates.
Last Updated: 12 May 2021
13 South Main St., Mansfield, OH 44907-1644 ogs@ogs.org
Last Updated: 10 May 2021
The Tri State Genealogy Connection helps those researching OH, KY and IN ancestors and provides a place to ask questions from other knowledgible folks in the area.
Last Updated: 10 May 2021
Located about 15 miles to the west of Clermont County, Walnut Hills Cemetery is one of Cincinnati's oldest, operating establishments. It opened in 1843 under the name of "The Second German Protestant Cemetery" and comprised of about 5 acres. The website includes a search feature to find ancestors buried at the cemetery.
Last Updated: 10 May 2021
Warren County is adjacent to Clermont County (north). Information about location and hours.
Last Updated: 13 May 2021
Archives and collections at the Wright State University Archives and Special Collections.
Last Updated: 10 May 2021