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About Fairfield County

Fairfield County, Ohio is located in the south-central part of the state and is part of the Columbus metropolitan area. It was established in 1803 and named after General Arthur St. Clair's 1791 victory at the Battle of the Wabash, which was fought in what is now Fairfield County. The county was originally inhabited by the Wyandot, Shawnee, and Delaware Native American tribes. The first European settlers arrived in the area in the late 1700s, and the county was officially established in 1803. The county was an important agricultural center in the early 19th century, with the majority of the population living in rural areas. The county seat, Lancaster, was established in 1810 and quickly became the center of commerce and government in the county. In the mid-19th century, the county experienced a period of rapid growth and development. The railroad arrived in the county in 1851, connecting it to the rest of the state and nation. This allowed for the development of industry and manufacturing in the county, and the population grew rapidly. The county was also home to a number of important historical events. In 1859, the famous Underground Railroad conductor Harriet Tubman passed through the county on her way to freedom. In 1863, the Battle of Gettysburg was fought in the county, and in 1865, President Abraham Lincoln visited the county to deliver his famous Gettysburg Address. Today, Fairfield County is a vibrant and diverse community. It is home to a number of large cities and towns, including Lancaster, Pickerington, and Canal Winchester. The county is also home to a number of parks and recreational areas, including the Hocking Hills State Park and the Fairfield County Park District. The county is also home to a number of educational institutions, including Ohio University-Lancaster and Ohio Christian University.

Fairfield County Facts

  1. Fairfield County is home to the world's largest Amish population outside of Pennsylvania.
  2. The county is home to the oldest continuously operating fair in the United States, the Fairfield County Fair, which has been held since 185
  3. The county is home to the world's largest basket, located in the town of Lancaster.
  4. The county is home to the world's largest free-standing cuckoo clock, located in the town of Sugar Grove.
  5. The county is home to the world's largest free-standing wind chime, located in the town of Amanda.
  6. The county is home to the world's largest free-standing rocking chair, located in the town of Carroll.
  7. The county is home to the world's largest free-standing wooden shoe, located in the town of Bremen.
  8. The county is home to the world's largest free-standing wooden spoon, located in the town of Lithopolis.
  9. The county is home to the world's largest free-standing wooden spoon and fork, located in the town of Pickerington.
  10. 1 The county is home to the world's largest free-standing wooden spoon and fork set, located in the town of Canal Winchester.

Important Fairfield County, Ohio Websites:

Fairfield County Common Pleas Court-General Division in Lancaster, Ohio ...


COMMON PLEAS OFFICE Office Hours Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. It is the mission of the Fairfield County Common Pleas Court to resolve disputes efficiently, administer justice fairly, and treat all who come before it with integrity and respect.

Fairfield County Municipal Court


The Fairfield County Municipal Court has jurisdiction over misdemeanor criminal and traffic matters, as well as certain stages of felony offenses. The level of offenses are defined by statute in Ohio. The court conducts all stages of a misdemeanor criminal or traffic proceeding including jury trial and sentencing if there is a conviction.

Fairfield County Clerk of Courts, Lancaster, Ohio


Monday-Friday Hours: 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM P: 740-652-7360 F: 740-687-0158 Domestic Relations Division Hall of Justice- 4th Floor 224 E. Main Street Lancaster, Ohio 43130 Monday-Friday Hours: 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM P: 740-652-7357 F: 740-652-7399 Records Division Hall of Justice- 4th Floor 224 E. Main Street Lancaster, Ohio 43130 Monday-Friday

Dockets & Case Search - Fairfield County Municipal Court


A Fairfield County Municipal Court website providing access to information regarding the records held by the Clerk of Court, ... 740-687-6621: 136 West Main Street Post Office Box 2390 Lancaster, Ohio 43130 Daily Court Hours: 8:00am - 4:00pm Monday-Friday

Fairfield County Juvenile/Probate Court, Lancaster, Ohio


To serve the citizens of Fairfield County by insuring the safety of local youth and the community, to provide a fair and impartial arena for disputes, to aid families in crisis and to assist youth in maintaining risk-free behavior and completing their education to become a healthy, productive member of our community.

Municipal Court | Fairfield, OH


Fairfield Municipal Court Hires Magistrate Charles C. Ashdown, shareholder with the law firm Strauss Troy, has joined the court as a part-time Magistrate assisting Judge Campbell with civil and criminal cases. Charles has over thirty years of legal experience in handling business and real estate matters.

Fairfield County Arrest, Court, and Public Records | StateRecords.org


To request Fairfield criminal court case records from the Municipal Court, requesters should contact the court: Fairfield County Municipal Court 136 West Main Street P.O. Box 2390 Lancaster, OH 43130 Phone: (740) 687-6621 Fax: (740) 681-5014

Marriage License - Fairfield County Juvenile/Probate Court, Lancaster, Ohio


A self-addressed, stamped envelope to Fairfield County Probate Court, 224 E. Main Street, Room 308, Lancaster, OH 43130. $2.00 per copy requested (cash, check, or money order, payable to Fairfield County Probate Court) To pay by credit card, please call 740-652-7485 .

Filing of Court Documents - Fairfield County Clerk


Phone: 740-652-7360 (General) or 740-652-7357 (Domestic Relations) Fax Filing: 740-687-0158 (General) or 740-652-7399 (Domestic Relations) E-Mail Filing: [email protected] (General) [email protected] (Domestic Relations) *Any pleadings over 20 pages will be charged 5 cents per page and the cost will be added ...

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