Ohio Family History Societies (C)

This section lists associations from Columbiana to Cuyahoga West giving details about each one and what resources and publications they offer.

County and Other Societies

Columbiana County Genealogical Society

Many publications are available for sale, including:

  • Bible Records
  • Cemetery Inscriptions
  • Combined Atlas 1841 and 1860
  • Deaths
  • Moultrie Chapel Burials 1951-1975
  • Ohio Patriot Abstracts 1810-1866
  • Probate Abstracts 1803-1830

A list of surnames currently being researched by Members is also available.


Columbus Jewish Historical Society

Many archives related to the Jewish Communities of Columbus are accessible, which include Photographs, Documents, Plaques and Uniforms and the Photograph Collection of the work of Herb Topy. 

Audio Recordings are also accessible, a list of which is available.

The Ohio Jewish Chronicle was established in 1922 as the successor to The Columbus Jewish Chronicle which was published in 1918 and 1919.  It is possible to search the Ohio Jewish Chronicle Archives on the site.


Crawford County Genealogical Society

The society was chartered in 1974.  Some databases are accessible, which incorporate Bible Records, and a Short History about Crawford Co. Boundaries.

Information regarding Cemetery, Chancery, Historical, Land, Marriage, Probate, Tax and Military Records is available, along with information regarding many helpful resources, which include Area Newspapers, Area Libraries, Historical Societies and Museums.

Many publications are available for sale, including:

  • Burials or Deaths from early Galion Church and Newspapers
  • Burials or Deaths from Union Green Galion
  • Cemetery Transcriptions
  • Census Returns
  • Court Papers
  • Directories
  • Divorce Proceedings
  • Families
  • Marriages
  • Obituaries from Crestline Advocate
  • Pioneers
  • Postcard Collection
  • Veterans Records
  • Will Abstracts from the Probate Court

Cuyahoga Valley Genealogical Society

The association was established in 1979.  Numerous databases are accessible, which incorporate:

  • Brecksville's Women Pioneers
  • Clark J. Dillow and Dillow and Wood Funeral Home Books 1906-1944
  • Pioneers, Settlers and Centurions

Cuyahoga West Genealogical Society

Many publications are sold by the society, including:

  • Declarations of Alien Minors, Probate Court Indexes Vols. 1-8 1859-1888
  • Inscriptions and other Records of St Adelbert's Cemetery
  • Index to Cuyahoga Co. Coroner's Files 1833-1900
  • Maple Ridge Cemetery: A History of its People and Families
  • Our Family Recipes, Cookbook with Biographical Sketches and Surname Index

A list of Local Cemeteries is on the site.  They also have a link to the Soldiers Burial Record 1914-1938 for Cuyahoga Co., which includes Widows and some Mothers.

Links to other sites you may find useful are also accessible.


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