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Mad River Township, Montgomery County, Ohio

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Date: 28 May 1841 to 1994
Location: Montgomery County, Ohio, United Statesmap
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Mad River Township, Montgomery County, Ohio, United States

The limits of the city of Dayton and Dayton Township were made one and the same by act of the Legislature, granting to Dayton the new charter to take effect March 8, 1841. From the territory thus taken from Dayton Township, Harrison, Mad River [and] Van Buren Townships were formed by the County Commissioners. [1]
May 28, 1841, it was ordered that all that part of Dayton Township lying as of the west bank of the Great Miami River, and without the limits of the ? of Dayton, should constitute a township, to be called Mad River Township. [1]

The remnant of Mad River Township was merged with the Village of Riverside in 1994.


  1. 1.0 1.1 Source: #HMCO History of Montgomery County, p. 349.

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