Place:Hanover (township), Butler, Ohio, United States

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NameHanover (township)
Alt namesHanover Township
Hanoversource: WeRelate abbreviation
TypeTownship
Located inButler, Ohio, United States
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Hanover Township, one of thirteen townships in the county, is located in west-central Butler County, Ohio, United States, midway between Hamilton (the Butler County seat) and Oxford. It had a population of 7,878 in 2000, up from 7,653 in 1990. Rapidly growing, the Census Bureau in 2004 estimated the population was 8,751. It is named for Hanover County, Virginia, where the early settlers originated. Statewide, other Hanover Townships are located in Ashland, Columbiana, and Licking Counties.

Historic population figures

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  • 1900—1,152
  • 1910—1,078
  • 1920—1,061
  • 1930—2,008
  • 1940—2,331
  • 1950—3,266
  • 1960—4,958
  • 1970—6,175
  • 1980—7,290
  • 1990—7,653
  • 2000—7,878

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