Category: Meigs County, Ohio

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Meigs County, Ohio

Meigs County was formed on April 1, 1819 from parts of Gallia and Athens Counties. The county was named for Return Jonathan Meigs, Jr. (1764–1825), Governor of Ohio and Postmaster General at the time the county was organized. Its county seat is Pomeroy.


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Mason County,
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  • Eli H. Vale 25 Apr 1869 Meigs County, Ohio, United States - 23 Feb 1947
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