STOP! DO NOT ORDER! Out Of Stock! _______________________ Ohio Land And Tax Records, 1787-1840
STOP! DO NOT ORDER! Out Of Stock! _______________________ Ohio Land And Tax Records, 1787-1840
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STOP! DO NOT ORDER! Out of Stock! _______________________ Ohio Land and Tax Records, 1787-1840; CD; ISBN: 9780806397733; Item: GPC7651

With information on Ohio's earliest settlers, this magnificent CD contains the following five publications, all linked by a single electronic name index and a unique search engine. Your Ohio research starts here!

  • Early Ohio Settlers: Purchasers of Land in Southwestern Ohio, 1800-1840, by Ellen T. Berry and David A. Berry; Contains a complete list of the 25,000 persons who bought land in southwestern Ohio and eastern Indiana through the Cincinnati Land Office between 1800 and 1840.
  • Early Ohio Settlers: Purchasers of Land in East and East Central Ohio, 1800-1840, by Ellen T. Berry and David A. Berry; Contains a list of 22,700 persons who bought land in east and east central Ohio through the Zanesville and the Steubenville Land Offices.
  • Early Ohio Settlers: Purchasers of Land in Southeastern Ohio, 1800-1840, by Ellen T. Berry & David A. Berry; Contains a list of 7,500 persons who bought land in southeastern Ohio through the Marietta Land Office, giving date of purchase, place of residence, etc.
  • Early Ohio Tax Records, by Esther Weygant Powell; Presents a county-by-county list of Ohio residents from about 1820 to 1825. Along with the 1801 tax list of the Virginia Military District it contains the names of about 50,000 taxpayers in the seventy-five counties covered. Also contains lists of original proprietors and settlers, holders of military warrants, voters' lists, and householders' lists.
  • First Ownership of Ohio Lands, by Albion M. Dyer; Names the original proprietors of The Ohio Company, 1788-1792, giving place of residence, name of agency, number of slaves owned, etc.

System Requirements: You must have a CD-ROM drive, and in order to read the CD you must use either the Family Archive Viewer (version 4.0 or higher), which is available as a free download at http://www.genealogical.com/content/dlfav6.html, or Family Tree Maker for Windows, version 4.0 or higher (Family Tree Maker software can be ordered from www.FamilyTreeMaker.com).

To access information on our Family Archive CDs using the Family Archive Viewer:

  1. Install the Family Archive Viewer CD or download it from http://www.genealogy.com/dlfav6.html.
  2. Start the Viewer if it is not already running
  3. Insert the CD you wish to view into the CD-ROM drive. If you have 2 or more CD-ROM drives, the CD must be placed in the first one.
  4. The CD should open automatically, but users of later versions of the Family Archive Viewer must click the CD/magnifying glass icon in the top toolbar (above the template in some versions) to read the CD.
  5. When the screen entitled "About this Family Archive" appears, click OK where prompted.

To access information on our Family Archive CDs using Family Tree Maker:

  1. Start your Family Tree Maker and open a Family File. (If the program is already running, skip to Step 2.)
  2. Insert the CD in your computer's CD-ROM drive. (If you have 2 or more CD-ROM drives, the CD must be placed in the first one.)
  3. From the View menu, select Family Finder, or select the Family Finder icon from the toolbar.
  4. For FTM 2005, FTM 2006, or Version 16, you must go to the View menu, select Data CD, then View CD. For FTM 2008 or higher, you must download the Family Archive Viewer.

To search the CD for names, select the Search Expert button in the top right of your screen, then select "Search this archive for someone NOT from your Family File." You can also search for names by using the Index.

Note: If a window opens that contains a list of files on the CD, simply close it.