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About Hancock County

Hancock County, Ohio is located in the northwest corner of the state and is part of the Toledo Metropolitan Statistical Area. The county was established in 1820 and named after John Hancock, the first signer of the Declaration of Independence. The first settlers in the area were Native Americans, including the Shawnee, Miami, and Wyandot tribes. The first white settlers arrived in the early 1800s, and the county was officially organized in 1820. The county was largely agricultural in its early years, with the main crops being wheat, corn, and oats. The county also had a thriving livestock industry, with sheep, cattle, and hogs being raised in the area. In the late 1800s, the county began to industrialize, with the establishment of several factories and mills. The first railroad line was built in 1853, connecting the county to the rest of the state. This allowed for the transportation of goods and people, and helped to spur economic growth in the area. The county also had a strong educational system, with several schools and colleges being established in the late 1800s and early 1900s. The county also had a strong religious presence, with several churches being built in the area. Today, Hancock County is a thriving community with a strong economy. The county is home to several large employers, including Whirlpool Corporation, Marathon Petroleum, and Cooper Tire & Rubber Company. The county also has a strong agricultural presence, with corn, soybeans, and wheat being the main crops. The county also has a strong tourism industry, with several attractions, such as the Hancock Historical Museum, the Blanchard River Nature Preserve, and the Findlay Village Mall.

Hancock County Facts

  1. Hancock County is home to the world's largest cuckoo clock, located in the town of Oakwood.
  2. The county is home to the oldest continuously operating fair in the United States, the Hancock County Fair, which has been held since 185
  3. The county is home to the world's largest Amish population, with over 40,000 Amish living in the area.
  4. The county is home to the world's largest collection of covered bridges, with over 20 bridges located in the county.
  5. The county is home to the world's largest collection of historic barns, with over 200 barns located in the county.
  6. The county is home to the world's largest collection of historic one-room schoolhouses, with over 100 schoolhouses located in the county.
  7. The county is home to the world's largest collection of historic churches, with over 200 churches located in the county.

Important Hancock County, Ohio Websites:

Clerk of Courts - Hancock County, Ohio


Hancock County Clerk of Courts 300 S. Main Street Findlay, Ohio 45840 Legal - Phone: 419-424-7037 Fax: 419-424-7801 Hancock County Title Department 8210 CR 140, Suite E. Findlay, Ohio 45840 Title - Phone: 419-424-7040 Fax: 419-424-7829 Office Hours: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm - Monday - Friday (Except Legal Holidays)

Common Pleas Court - Hancock County, Ohio


Hancock County Common Pleas Court 300 South Main Street, Findlay, OH 45840 Reginald J. Routson, Judge Jonathan P. Starn, Judge General Information The General Division of the Hancock County Common Pleas Court is a trial court of general jurisdiction that was created by the Ohio Constitution and established in Article IV, Section 1.

Court Record Search - Hancock County, Ohio


Court Record Search. Record search . For records prior to May 25, 2021, please search via the link below: Record search (before 5/25/2021)

Case Search / Daily Docket | City of Findlay, OH


Please Note: For any court records prior to January 1984, please visit the Findlay Municipal Court’s office at 318 Dorney Plaza – Room 206. I AGREE, CONTINUE TO CASE SEARCH Contact Us Contact Us Findlay Municipal Court 318 Dorney Plaza Room 206 P.O. Box 826 Findlay, OH 45840-3306 map parking Facebook @findlaymunicourt Email Contact Us

Hancock County Ohio


Search the Hancock County Website Search Court Records 2023 Directory of Officials Everybody's Building - The Hancock County Courthouse in Findlay, Ohio Watch on ADAMHS Board Blanchard Valley Center Chamber of Commerce City of Findlay City of Findlay Civil Service Testing Information The Courier Hancock County Calendar Hancock County Crimestoppers

Probate/Juvenile Court - Hancock County, Ohio


Welcome to Probate & Juvenile Court for Hancock County. Judge Kristen K. Johnson. 308 Dorney Plaza, Findlay, OH 45840. Phone: 419-424-7079 Fax: 419-424-7898.

Domestic Relations Court - Hancock County, Ohio


300 South Main Street, Findlay, OH 45840 Reginald J. Routson, Judge Jonathan P. Starn, Judge Domestic Relations Court Domestic Relations Court is a specialized division of Common Pleas Court that only hears certain kinds of cases.

Hancock County Court Records Search (Ohio) - County Office


Hancock County Court Records are public records, documents, files, and transcripts associated with court cases and court dockets available in Hancock County, Ohio. Courts in Hancock County maintain records on everything that occurs during the legal process for future reference, including appeals.



HANCOCK COUNTY STATE OF OHIO, PLAINTIFF-APPELLEE, CASE NO. 5-22-13 v. CORY A. WEBB, O P I N I O N DEFENDANT-APPELLANT. Appeal from Hancock County Common Pleas Court Trial Court No. 2021 CR 00173 Judgment Reversed and Cause Remanded Date of Decision: March 6, 2023 APPEARANCES: W. Alex ...

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