“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Cheviot, Ohio

Clickable Map of Hamilton County, Ohio and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Hamilton County, OH (346) Butler County, OH (124) Clermont County, OH (122) Warren County, OH (210) Dearborn County, IN (86) Franklin County, IN (75) Boone County, KY (55) Campbell County, KY (49) Kenton County, KY (106)  HamiltonCounty(346) Hamilton County (346)  ButlerCounty(124) Butler County (124)  ClermontCounty(122) Clermont County (122)  WarrenCounty(210) Warren County (210)  DearbornCountyIndiana(86) Dearborn County (86)  FranklinCounty(75) Franklin County (75)  BooneCountyKentucky(55) Boone County (55)  CampbellCounty(49) Campbell County (49)  KentonCounty(106) Kenton County (106)
Cincinnati is the county seat for Hamilton County
Cheviot is in Hamilton County
      Hamilton County (346)  
      Butler County (124)  
      Clermont County (122)  
      Warren County (210)  
      Dearborn County, Indiana (86)  
      Franklin County, Indiana (75)  
      Boone County, Kentucky (55)  
      Campbell County, Kentucky (49)  
      Kenton County, Kentucky (106)  
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1 Ohio, Hamilton County, Cheviot — Enoch Terry Carson1822 - 1899 — Citizen, Freemason, and Pioneer —
Enoch Terry Carson was born on this site of 100 acres in 1822, a grandson of Enoch Carson who was Cheviot’s first settler, in 1806, grandfather Enoch began a harvest days celebration which became the Green Township Harvest Home Fair currently . . . Map (db m158476) HM
2 Ohio, Hamilton County, Cheviot — 92-31 — The Origins of Harvest Home
In 1804, Enoch (1764-1817) and Achsah (c.1767-1839) Carson and their seven children journeyed from New Jersey to Cincinnati. In 1805, they settled in the western hills in a large grove near Beech Flats, in what would become Green Township in 1809 . . . Map (db m227790) HM
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Apr. 22, 2024