Notice! Do you live in the Adams County, OH area? Are you willing to transcribe county records? Transcriptions of early tax records, marriage, death, and other vital statistics are invaluable to researchers.
Many early Vital Records for Adams County were destroyed in a courthouse fire in 1910. Some records were saved but they are sometimes hard to find. Some of these links are off site, so you may need to use your back arrow to return to this page.
|Town and County Records
A History of Adams Co. 1900 (Google Books online)
|Marriage & Divorce
There are more Adams County marriage records and Divorce Records in the USGenWeb Archives. Go Here.
|Court and Criminal Records
Recording of Ohio births (and deaths) began in 1867 at the county level. A few counties, including Adams County have them for the years 1856-1857. There was a courthouse fire in 1910. A few records were saved, but most were lost.
I have a separate page for Newspaper articles that pertaining to Adams County. Go here to read them.
You can find quite a few Administration and estate notices on my Newspaper page.
This page was updated on October 23, 2015