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“Nineteenth Century Tombstones Raised”

The latest Pathways has been uploaded to the members only portion of this website. One of the Articles in this quarters newsletter is “Nineteenth Century Tombstones Raised”. St. Stephen Cemetery was the first Catholic cemetery in Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio. It is located on both sides of Greenwood Avenue. The German speaking Catholics of St. Stephen ...

DO YOU HAVE AMISH MENNONITE FAMILY FROM BUTLER COUNTY, OHIO?

The Butler County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society will present a program at the Chrisholm MetroPark on Saturday, May 13 at 11:00 a.m. Nancy Porter will be giving a special program to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the first Amish Mennonite settlement in Butler County, Ohio.   She will cover topics such as the early history ...

An Overview of Butler County Birth Records By James Dowler

One of the featured articles in last August’s issue of Pathways was “An Overview of Butler County Birth Records” which followed the addition of the Amended and Delayed Birth Records Index added to the Members Only portion of our site. “Some of the greatest hidden genealogical treasures at the Butler County Records and Archives are the Delayed ...

July 12 Program at MidPointe Library

Thank you to Liz Stratton, PLCGS, for stepping in as our speaker for the July 12th program. She will be presenting: Your Ancestor in the Civil War: Building a Profile Using Online Sources Whether your ancestor was a soldier or sailor, fought on the side of the Union or the Confederacy, each veteran’s experience was different. Find ...

Pathways Vol. 34 No.4 & Past Copies of Pathways

More of the past copies of our Newsletters “Pathways” have been uploaded to the Members Only section of our website as well as the one that just came out. So, join our society and get access to this and several other resources.