Mercer County Ohio
Established 1820, Organized 1824

Fountain at Main & Logan Streets in Celina ca.1967
Celina, Ohio




Blackcreek Pond P.O.
Butler Coldwater, Philothea
Center Neptune
Dublin Rockford (Shane's Crossing), Mercer, Shaffer Station
Franklin Montezuma
Gibson Ft. Recovery, Sharpsburg (Violet P.O.), Wendelin
Granville Burkettsville, Cranberry Prairie, St. Henry
Hopewell Oregon Station (Earley P.O.), Stedke P.O., Tama
Jefferson Celina


Liberty Chattanooga, Durbin P.O., Hinton P.O., Scudder P.O., Skeels Crossroads P.O.
Marion Carthagena, Chickasaw, Maria Stein, Marysville, Rose Garden, St. John's, Sebastian, Steineman Station
Recovery Ft. Recovery, Ferner P.O., Monterey, Oakland Spur Station, St. Joseph, St. Peter
Union Mendon
Washington Erastus, Macedon, St. Anthony (Padua), Wabash
Mercer County is located in the southwestern part of the South and East of the 1st Principal Meridian Survey conducted in 1819. This survey included land south of 41 North Latitude (Base Line) and east of the First Principal Meridian (Ohio/Indiana State Line). Mercer County included Townships 4-8 south in Ranges 1-4 east. In 1848, the Townships of Gibson, parts of Granville, and Marion, south of the Greenville Treaty Line were added from Darke County. Also, in 1848 Auglaize County was organized which included part of Mercer County Townships 4-7 in Range 4 and parts of Allen & Shelby Counties.


Mercer County Queries
and Discussion Board
Hosted by Wally Garchow

The Original Mercer County
Genealogy Website

Mercer County Genealogical Society

Wally Garchow's index of 
Mercer Co., Ohio 
Early Land Purchasers

The Daily Standard
Mercer County Obituaries



Survey Data

Populated Places
Cemetery Locations
Church Locations
School Locations



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