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About Union County

Union County, Ohio is located in the central part of the state and is part of the Columbus metropolitan area. It was established in 1820 and named after the union of the United States. The county was originally part of Franklin County, but was split off in 1820. The first settlers in the area were mostly German immigrants who arrived in the early 1800s. They were attracted to the area by the fertile soil and abundant natural resources. The county was largely agricultural, with the main crops being wheat, corn, and oats. The county seat is Marysville, which was founded in 1819. Marysville was the first county seat and is the largest city in the county. The city was named after Mary, the wife of the first settler in the area. The county has a rich history of industry and manufacturing. In the late 1800s, the county was home to several factories, including a paper mill, a flour mill, and a sawmill. The county also had several coal mines, which provided jobs for many of the residents. The county has also been home to several notable people, including former President William McKinley, who was born in Niles, Ohio, and former Ohio Governor James Rhodes, who was born in Marysville. Today, Union County is a vibrant and diverse community. It is home to several large employers, including Honda of America, which has its headquarters in Marysville. The county also has a strong agricultural base, with many farms and orchards. The county is also home to several parks and recreational areas, including the Marysville State Fish Hatchery and the Union County Historical Society.

Union County Facts

  1. Union County is home to the Ohio State Reformatory, which was featured in the movie The Shawshank Redemption.
  2. Union County is home to the largest Amish population in Ohio.
  3. Union County is home to the oldest covered bridge in Ohio, the Richwood-North Union Covered Bridge.
  4. Union County is home to the largest Amish-style quilt auction in the world.
  5. Union County is home to the oldest continuously operating fair in Ohio, the Union County Fair.
  6. Union County is home to the oldest continuously operating post office in Ohio, the Richwood Post Office.
  7. Union County is home to the oldest continuously operating school in Ohio, the Richwood High School.
  8. Union County is home to the oldest continuously operating church in Ohio, the Richwood United Methodist Church.

Important Union County, Ohio Websites:

Clerk of Courts - Union County, Ohio


Danielle N. Sullivan Union County Clerk of Courts 215 W. 5th Street Marysville, Ohio 43040 Ⓒ 2023 Union County, Ohio Government Websites by EvoGov ...

Union County, OhioCommon Pleas Court


Union County Ohio. Union County, Ohio. Common Pleas Court. Common Pleas Court Court Schedule ... Judge Don W. Fraser Union County Common Pleas Court 215 W. Fifth Street Marysville, Ohio 43040 Tel: 937.645.3015 | Fax: 937.645.3149. General Information Staff Directory. Email.

Clerk of Courts - Union County, Ohio


Dublin Auto Title Division 7020 St. Rt. 161 Dublin, Oh 43016. Union County Clerk of Courts Legal Division is closed to walk-in business unless you are an attorney or if you have a hearing that day. If you have questions, we will answer them by phone at (937)645-3006. ... Mailing Address: Union County Clerk of Courts 215 W. 5 th. Street ...

Clerk of Courts Records - Union County, Ohio


RECORDS OF THE UNION COUNTY CLERK OF COURTS APPELLATE DIVISION: SUPREME COURT (1820-1851) CASE FILES (1820-1851) 2.0 Cubic Feet ... An index to civil and domestic cases filed in Union County, Ohio, from 1820 through 1855 can be found here: Civil and Domestic Case File Index 1820-1855. Box: 1.

Union County, OhioCounty Court


On November 5, 1957, the voters of Union County selected Richwood attorney, Robert E. Evans Jr. as the first county court judge. The Evening Journal-Tribune out of Marysville called it "the biggest coup" of the 1957 local election. Judge Evans was 25 years old at the time and was just two years out of Ohio Northern University law school.

Union County, OhioProbate Court


UNION COUNTY PROBATE COURT (1852-PRESENT) Probate courts existed in the Northwest Territory prior to Ohio’s statehood. They had authority in probate, testamentary, and guardianship cases, although the probate judge and two common pleas court judges issued all final judgments. In 1802, Ohio’s first constitution abolished separate probate ...

Home - Marysville Municipal Court - Union County


Court forms can be found at Court Forms and payments can be made online at the Online Payments page. Upcoming Jury Information. March and April Jury Trials: Currently scheduled Jury Trials: March 9, March 16, March 23, April 6, April 13, April 20, and April 27. ... The Court is closed on holidays recognized by the State of Ohio. Our Location ...

Marysville Municipal Court - Record Search - Union County


The Marysville Municipal Court computer record information disclosed by the system is current only within the limitations of the Marysville Municipal Court data retrieval system. There will be a delay between court filings and judicial action and the posting of such data. The delay could be at least twenty-four hours, and may be longer. The ...

About the Court | Southern District of Ohio - United States Courts


About the Court. The United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio serves over 5 million citizens in 48 of the 88 counties in Ohio. The Eastern Division sits at Columbus, and the Western Division at Cincinnati and Dayton. The seat of court at COLUMBUS serves Athens, Belmont, Coschocton, Delaware, Fairfield, Fayette, Franklin ...

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