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Paris Township, Stark County, Ohio

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Paris Township was originally a part of Osnaburg Township until 1818. The first settler in Paris Township is believed to be Rudolph Bair who arrived in 1806. George Thuman came from Bucks, Pennsylvania in 1808. Thomas DeWeese also arrived about this time and his son, Thomas, Jr. is believed to be the first white child born in what is now Paris Township in 1808. In 1809 came Jasper Daniels, John Byers, and Jacob Thoman. John Augustine, the first sheriff and State Senator from 1824-1832 also came in 1809. In 1811, Conrad Henning arrived from Pennsylvania. The first physician was Dr. Robert Estep from Pennsylvania.


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