Warren County Genealogical Society
Warren County, Ohio
Chapter of Ohio Genealogical Society
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This page contains links to maps of Warren County. We have access to many other maps not listed here available in our library. Feel free to stop by and see what else we have. For those researchers unable to come in but who would like a copy of a specific map, please contact our research department.

 

GIS Maps Warren County Map Links Cemetery Maps Property Search
from Auditor's Office
Map Room Land Records Road Name Changes WCGS Maps


Locating Other Warren County Maps

    Beers History
    1867 Map
    1875 Maps
    Township Formation
    Combined Atlas
    Warren County Area Map
    GIS
    Cemetery Maps
    Highway Maps
    Warren County Gen Web Maps
    Franklin Public Library
    USGS Topographical Maps
    Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps
    1932 Plats

Repositories

 

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Locating Warren County Maps

Beers History of Warren County, Chapter 3 Explorations, Surveys, Land Grants.  There is a whole section devoted to the description of land in Warren County mentioned in Beers History on the following pages: 223-233.  There are no maps of the county, but there are extensive details on how the land was platted and laid out. 

 

 

1867 Wall Map of Warren County Original copies of this map are on display at the Warren County Historical Society and at the Warren County Record Center and Archives. A "nearly" full scale black and white reproduction of the map can be purchased from the Warren County G.I.S. department for $12.00. The Warren County Genealogical society has color reproductions of the map (in sections) available for viewing in their library. The Title block reads as follows "Map of Warren Co Ohio from actual Surveys by G. P. Sanford, J. Silliman Higgins & R. H. Harrison, Civil Engineers; A. Warner Publisher; Philadelphia, 1867". Arne Trelvik has completed an every name index to these maps.  Digital images have been loaded online to the Warren County US GenWeb page. http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ohwarren/maps/1867map.htm

 

 

Warren County  Township Formation Maps by Tom Foley

Prior to 1803, what is now Warren County was in Deerfield Township of Hamilton County. This series of handy maps drawn by Tom Foley is available on the WCGS Website at http://www.co.warren.oh.us/genealogy/twp_map.htm   The maps show both the changes in the county boundaries and the transition from 4 townships in 1803 to the 11 townships that we have today. (1803, 1804, 1806, 1813/1815, 1818, 1850, 1860)

 

In 1998, The Warren County Historical Society sponsored the publication of "Combined Atlases of Warren County, Ohio 1875 - 1891 - 1903; Wall Map 1856; 1854 & 1888 Maps of Lebanon" Copies are available from the Warren County Historical Society. [It was $49 but check with the society at for current price with shipping]. This black and white reproduction contains the following (descriptions from title pages of the individual items). The society has added "every name" indexes for the text portions of the 1875 and 1903 atlases.

1856

Map of Warren Co. Ohio from actual survey by P. O'Beirne C.E.; Anthony D. Byles Publisher; No. 17 & 19 Minor St., Philadelphia; 1856

 

1875

Combination Atlas Map of Warren county Ohio compiled, drawn and published from personal examinations and survey by L. H. Everts; 1875. The Warren County Genealogical Society has an image of the County Level map from the atlas on line

 

1891

Complete Atlas of Warren County, Ohio containing maps of the county and of each of its townships and villages, from official records and actual surveys, with Descriptive, Historical and Statistical Matter by Frank A. Bone, Civil Engineer and late County Surveyor, in connection with The Rand-McNally & Co's New Standard Atlas of the World; Lebanon, Ohio: published by Frank A. Bone. 1891
 

1903

The Centennial Atlas of Warren County, Ohio Containing Complete Maps of the County and each of its townships and Villages, carefully Platted from Official Records and Recent Surveys; together with A General History of the County from the Time of the Earliest Explorations of White Men to the Present, showing the Progress and Achievements of its first Century; compiled and written by Will S. McKay, Editor of The Western Star; also Half-tone Illustrations of Public Buildings, Residences and Business Houses, Portraits and Biographies of well-known People, Names of living U. S. Soldiers of all Wars, List of Members of Lodges and Fraternal Orders, Etc., Etc.; photos by C. M. Huffman and J. J. G. Steddom; E. S. Rhodes, solicitor; Lebanon, Ohio, The Centennial Atlas Association, Publishers, 1903
 

1914

Map of Warren County by vintage World Atlas
 

1854

Map of Lebanon
 

1888

Map of Lebanon, Warren County, Ohio surveyed and published by P. O'Beirne Civil Engineer & Surveyor; Jersey City N.J.

 

Clickable Warren County, Ohio Area Map by township with links to surrounding county GenWeb sites.

 

GIS Township Maps STR & VMD: Clearcreek, Deerfield, Franklin, Hamilton, Harlan, Massie, Salem, Turtlecreek, Union, Washington, Wayne

 

Cemetery Maps arranged by Township: Clearcreek, Deerfield, Franklin, Hamilton, Harlan, Massie, Salem, Turtlecreek, Union, Washington, Wayne

 

Ohio Department of Transportation Highway Map of Warren County

 

Maps at Warren County US Gen Web

The Franklin Public Library also has some Warren County topographical maps at the island reference desk in the same cabinet as their microfilms.

 

Historic USGS Topographic Maps are on line courtesy of maptech.com which can be accessed at http://historical.maptech.com/index.cfm.  The index for the Ohio portion of the collection can be found at http://historical.maptech.com/quadlist.cfm?stateabr=OH   The online versions of these maps are divided into quarters. We are fortunate that all of Warren County is included in the collection, spread over all or part of the following map images. These maps help to locate early district schools by name, particularly on the Morrow Quadrangle plus show the location of the many railroad and traction lines located in the county at that time. 

 

The following are available: 


 

 

 

Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps are available on line courtesy of the Ohio Public Library Information Network [OPLIN] through their online databases at http://search3.webfeat.org.oh0231.oplin.org/oplinsearch.html. You will need a library card number.  The following is a list of the Warren County locations available in the database.

 

Location

Date

# of Records

Franklin

1885 July

4

 

1892 May

6

 

1898 March

7

 

1916 December

10

 

1926 September

26

 

 

 

Lebanon

1885 March

2

 

1890 October

3

 

1895 June

5

 

1901 September

5

 

1907 April

9

 

1917 January

12

 

1923 June

14

 

1923 June - 1941 February

14

 

 

 

Mason

1898 March

1

 

1911 September

2

 

1946 February

6

 

 

 

Morrow

1895 June

3

 

1901 September

3

 

1919 March

8

 

 

 

Waynesville

1895 July

2

 

1901 August

3

 

1925 April

10

 

 

 

 

1930 and  1932 Warren County Plat BookThe Warren County Engineer has plat books from 1930 and 1932.Images are available below.
WARNING!  These are VERY LARGE FILES!

Cover Page
Warren County

 



 

Other Warren County Repositories with Atlases

The Mason Public Library has 2 atlases:

 

The Lebanon Public Library has 3 atlases

 

The Salem Township Library has a good selection of atlases:

  • The Combination Atlas of Warren County, 1875-1903, by L. H. Everts

  • Atlas Map of Montgomery County, Ohio, 1875 by L. H. Everts

  • Atlas of Cincinnati & Hamilton County, Ohio, 1869 by C. O. Titus

  • Atlas of Clinton County, Ohio 1876 by Lake, Griffing & Stevenson

 

 

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