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You are welcome to visit us at our library to do your own research. Our hours and address can be found on the HOME page of this website. Always call ahead to be sure we are open. Copies are 25 cents per page and donations are gratefully accepted.
Our volunteer staff is available to assist you.
CONTACT US by email to send a request for research of the information needed, letting us know specifically which of the following research packages
you'd like us to help you with.
Obituaries can be purchased separately for just $4.00 per obituary.
See below for details on research packages.
Basic research package includes: birth, death,
marriage, church records, obituaries, family group sheets, census, and city directories.
$30.00 per surname.
This fee includes 12 copies.
Copies above 12 are 25 cents a page.
An estimate for additional research will be determined based on the amount of time involved and the number of resources being researched.
Send us an email with the surname(s) you want researched. Review the items in our collection
below and let us know specifically which
resources you need looked at.
If you have already checked some records please let us know that so we don't duplicate your work.
$4.00 per obituary.
Doctors in Licking County from 1905 to 1909 "practiced" using the new uniform death certificate form that would become the standard starting in 1910. The file below is an index of each such death certificate.
There are six pages to the index, just keep scrolling.
Please contact us for copies of these death certificates.
The Fifth Street Baptist Church issued a "newspaper" in February 1892. The front page contained eloquently written eulogies and death notices for four of its members: Anna Lewis Cunningham, Sarah Morgan, Cora Lamb, and Mary Hughes. The remaining four pages are great reading for history lovers.
Click the download button below for full size pictures of each page.
The following file is an index of Soldiers in the Revolutionary War who were granted land as a result of their service in the northwest territory area that is now Licking County, Ohio. We have short biographies on all of these individuals.