Place:Hamilton, Ohio, United States

Watchers
Contained Places
Cemetery
Clifton United Jewish Cemetery
Gate of Heaven Cemetery
Glen Haven Cemetery
Laurel IOOF Cemetery
Mount Washington Cemetery
New Burlington Cemetery
Saint Joseph New Cemetery
Wesleyan Cemetery
Deserted settlement
Brachman
Brookfield
Carmargo
Carrsville
Centretown
Crosby
Delta Station
Devins
Dunlap's Station aka Fort Coleraine
East Columbia
East Linwood
Elizabeth
Elliston
Ernst Station
Fairview
Foster Hill
Gerards Station
Gilead
Glen Grove
Glenmore
Greenwood
Griffins Station
Irvina
Lewiston
Lick Run
Lilac
Lyndchester
Mansfield
Miamme
Mineola
Mohawk
Montauk
Moscow
Mount Hayden
Mount Weller
New Palestine
Oakley Grove
Obbryonville
Ourys
Petersborough
Pleasant Valley Station
Pleasant Valley
Prospect Hill
Rapid Run
Rittner Station
Riverdale
Robinson
Rolling Ridge
Rose Hill
Russells
Salem
Sheartown
Shorts Station
Shrewsbury
Snyder
South Fairmount
South Pendleton
Southside
Texas
Townsend
Tuckers Station
Undercliff
Vernonville
Warsaw
West Riverside
Whites Station
Wisenburg
Former community
College Hill Junction
East Norwood
Inhabited place
Addyston
Allandale
Amberley
Arbocrest Acres
Arlington Heights
Asbury
Autumn Acres
Avoca Park
Barnesburg
Barrsville
Barwyn Acres
Beech-Mar
Beechwood
Bevis
Blue Ash
Blue Jay
Brentwood
Bridgetown North
Bridgetown
Brighton Corner
Britney Acres
Brookhill
Bucktown
Cadberry
Camp Dennison
Camp Washington
Cedar Grove
Charleston
Cherry Grove
Cheviot
Cilley
Cincinnati ( 600 - )
Cleves
Clifton Heights
Colerain Heights
Cotillion Village
Country Club Acres
Covedale
Crestwood Acres
Cyclorama Heights
Dallmans Corner
Deer Park
Delhi Hills
Delhi
Dent
Dillionvale
Dillonvale
Dornbusch
Dry Run
Dunlap
East Madisonville
Edgemont
Eightmile
Elizabethtown
Ellenora
Elmwood Place
Evendale
Fairfax
Fernald
Finneytown
Forest Park
Forestville
Fort Gass
Fort Scott
Fox Acres
Foxhunter Lane
Frenchmens Corner
Fruit Hill
Fulton
Galaxy Acres
Gieringer
Glendale
Glenwood
Golf Manor
Golfway Acres
Grainthorpe
Grandview
Gravelotte
Greenhills
Groesbeck
Harrison
Hartwell
Highpoint
Hill Top Acres
Hooven
Huntcrest Acres
Hyde Park
Hygeia
Idlewood
Indian Hill
Jerusalem
Jones Farm
Kennedy Heights
Kenwood Hills
Kenwood
Knowltons Corner
LaFeuille Terrace
Laurel Homes
Lincoln Court
Lincoln Heights
Little Bethlehem
Little Buck
Lockland
Loveland Park
Loveland
Lynnview
Mack North
Mack South
Mack
Madeira
Mariemont
Marlain Acres
Miami Heights
Miami Station
Miamitown
Monfort Heights East
Monfort Heights South
Monfort Heights
Monterey
Montfort Heights
Montgomery
Mount Airy Center
Mount Auburn
Mount Harrison
Mount Healthy Heights
Mount Healthy
Mount Saint Joseph
Mount Summit
Mountview
New Baltimore
New Burlington
New Haven
Newtown
North Bend
North College Hill
Northbrook
Northgate
Norwood
O'Bryonsville
Oakdale
Over-The-Rhine
Paddison Hills
Peebles Corner
Pendleton
Perryville
Plainville
Pleasant Hills
Pleasant Run Farm
Pleasant Run
Raiders Run
Reading
Remington
Riverview Heights
Rohs Hill
Rossmoyne
Saint Lawrence Corners
Salem Heights
Sekitan
Shademoore
Shaker Village
Sharonville
Sherwood Village
Sherwood
Silverton
Simonsons
Sixteen Mile Stand
Skyline Acres
South Clippinger
Springdale
St. Bernard
Stanberry Park
Sunaire
Sweetwine
Sycamore
Symmes
Taylors Creek
Teakwood Acres
Terrace Park
The Pines
The Village of Indian Hill
Turpin Hills
Tusculum
Twightwee
Valley View
Wardwood Acres
Watch Farm Acres
Watch Hill
Werk Place
White Oak East
White Oak West
White Oak
White Water Park
Whitewater
Wildbrook Acres
Winton Place
Woodburn
Woodlawn
Wyoming Meadows
Wyoming
Populated place
Mount Washington
Township
Anderson
Colerain
Columbia (township)
Crosby (township)
Delhi (township)
Green
Harrison Township
Springfield
Sycamore (township)
Unknown
College Hill
Columbia
Cumminsville
Fairfield
Fernbank
Madisonville
Sayler Park
source: Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names
source: Family History Library Catalog


the text in this section is copied from an article in Wikipedia

Hamilton County is a county located in the southwest corner of the state of Ohio, United States. The county seat is Cincinnati. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 802,374, which is a decrease of 5.1% from 845,303 in 2000. This made it the third most populous county in Ohio. The county is named for the first Secretary of the Treasury, Alexander Hamilton.

Hamilton County is part of the CincinnatiMiddletown, OH-KY-IN Metropolitan Statistical Area.

Contents

Timeline

Date Event Source
1787 Land records recorded Source:Red Book: American State, County, and Town Sources
1790 County formed Source:Red Book: American State, County, and Town Sources
1790 Probate records recorded Source:Red Book: American State, County, and Town Sources
1800 First census Source:Population of States and Counties of the United States: 1790-1990
1808 Marriage records recorded Source:Red Book: American State, County, and Town Sources
1810 No significant boundary changes after this year Source:Population of States and Counties of the United States: 1790-1990
1844 Court records recorded Source:Red Book: American State, County, and Town Sources
1863 Birth records recorded Source:Red Book: American State, County, and Town Sources

Population History

source: Source:Population of States and Counties of the United States: 1790-1990
Census Year Population
1800 14,692
1810 15,258
1820 31,764
1830 52,317
1840 80,145
1850 156,844
1860 216,410
1870 260,370
1880 313,374
1890 374,573
1900 409,479
1910 460,732
1920 493,678
1930 589,356
1940 621,987
1950 723,952
1960 864,121
1970 924,018
1980 873,224
1990 866,228

Note: Total for 1800 excludes population (3,206) of Wayne County, Northwest Territory, virtually all of which was enumerated in present-day Michigan, but includes part of present-day Indiana in Hamilton County. Total for 1890 includes 13 Indians in prison, not returned by county.

Research Tips

The following categories of Online Archived Records are available at Hamilton County Probate Court:

Estates (1791-1984), Wills (1791-1973), Trusts (1791-1984), Guardianships (1791-1984), Marriages (1801-1983), Minister's License (1963-1975), Birth Records (1863-1908), Birth Registrations and Corrections (1941-1994), Death Records (1881-1908), Naturalizations (1856-1906), Probate Court Journal Entries (1791-1837), Physician Certificates (1919-1987).

External links

www.hamilton-co.org/


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