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Monroe County, Ohio Infirmary Records, 1854-1940

Monroe County, Ohio Infirmary Records, 1854-1940

Authors: Shirley A. Harmon, John Ogden, and Karen Romick

In 1854, the county commissioners established the Monroe County Infirmary for the use of a “poor farm.” Over the years, the infirmary provided a shelter to the impoverished, elderly, infirm and mentally handicapped. Even orphans were placed here until the Children’s Home was built in 1888. This volume contains the records of the infirmary, tombstone inscriptions from the infirmary cemetery, additional burials and deaths found in other sources, photos, and newspaper abstracts pertaining to the infirmary.

2015, 8.5 x 11, softbound, 114 pages.

$16.00 plus $3.50 shipping. Ohio residents include tax at the rate charged in your county.

Order from: Monroe County Chapter OGS, PO Box 641, Woodsfield, OH 43793-0641

Price: $16.00

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