Warren County Genealogical Society
Warren County, Ohio
Chapter of Ohio Genealogical Society
Treasurer's Office

 

(513) 695-1144

 


406 Justice Drive, Lebanon, Ohio 45036
Hours: 9 AM-4 PM Monday through Friday

Driving Directions

 wcgs@co.warren.oh.us


 

Warren County Treasurerís Office

Jim Aumann, Treasurer

Location406 Justice Dr., Lebanon, OH 45036

Phone: (513) 695-1300

Email: jaumann@co.warren.oh.us

Web Site: www.co.warren.oh.us/treasurer/index.htm

Hours: M-F 8:30 AM Ė 4:30 PM, except holidays

Holdings: Collects & maintains records for Warren County real estate taxes.

 

Click here for a listed of the elected treasurers for Warren County, Ohio.  

 

Records in the treasurerís office are public records. Property tax records are searchable in book format by district then account number then by parcel ID.  Searches can also be made via the computers for the current year and prior.  Some additional information may be listed in the computer for delinquent tax payers; however the full & detailed records for those delinquent years can only be found in book format. 

 

Treasurerís Office Record Type

Dates

Format

Location

WCGS Indexed

Property Tax Records

Within last 2 yrs

Computer

Treasurerís office

No

Property Tax Records

Within last 3 yrs

Book

Treasurerís office

No

Banking Records for Warren County

Within last 3 yrs

Paper

Treasurerís office

No

 

 

Warren County Treasurers

The office of treasurer began in 1803 as an appointed position.  It became an elected office in 1827.  Currently County Treasurers are elected to four year terms. The treasurerís term begins the first Monday of September of the following year after the election. The primary duty for the treasurer is to collects real estate taxes & maintain all financial records for county.  The County Treasurer receives tax duplicates from the County Auditor every year on October 1st.  The County Treasurer can assess penalties on tax duplicates for non-payment and collect the amount due through the Common Pleas Court.  The Treasurer must file daily statements with the auditor showing the beginning balance, taxes collected, other money received, amount paid out during the day, and balance remaining at close of day.  Most County Treasurerís records are open to the public except classified tax lists.  Records available include:  Abstracts of House Trailer Tax, Advance Payment Certificates, Annual Statements, Cigarette Traffic Tax Duplicates, Daily Cash Records, Daily Statements, Estate Tax Records, Forfeitures and Foreclosures, Form 7 Tax Collection Registers, Free Turnpike and Road Taxes, Journal of Court Warrants Redeemed, Journal of Warrants Redeemed, Monthly Statements, Orders for the Transfer of Funds, Records of Daily Distribution of Motor Vehicle License Fees, Records of Examination of the Treasury, Records of Fees, Records of Officialsí Bonds, Registers of Animal Claims, Reports of Unclaimed Bank Accounts, Sales Tax Records, School Land Records, Settlements, Tax Duplicates (Classified, Delinquent Classified, Delinquent Personal, Delinquent Real, Liquor Tax, Personal, Special Assessments), Tax Receipts, Toll Receipts, Undertaking to Pay Tax Records, and Wine Tax Stamp Reports.

 

Years Served

Name

Years Served

Name

1803-1806

Silas Hurin

1894

John A. Thompson

1807-1808

Enos Williams

1894-1898

Charles H. Eulass

1809-1818

Matthias Ross

1898-1902

John A. Thompson

1819-1821

Francis Lucas

1902-1906

Commodore P. Wheaton

1822-1827

Samuel Nixon

1906-1911

Will R. Lewis

1828-1836

John Randall

1911-1913

Byron C. Howell4

1836-1846

Robert Wilson

1913-1917

Frank D. Miller

1846-1854

Jacob Morris

1917-1918

Fred B. Sherwood5

1854-1856

Joel G. Rockhill

1918-1921

John O. Cartwright

1856-1860

Huston Hopkins

1921-1923

Guy Marlatt

1860-1861

William Adams1

1923-1927

Fred S. Simpson

1861-1865

William G. Hopkins

1927-1931

Albert Harrison Turner

1865-1869

Richard Lackey

1931-1935

Edward B. Murrell

1869-1873

Lot Wright

1935-1937

Ross Hartsock6

1873-1876

Ephraim Sellers

1937-1953

George B. Johnson

1876-1879

James S. Totten

1953-1975

Russell Dumford7

1879-1883

Martin A. Jameson

1975-1993

Dr. Harry Cornett8

1883-1887

Leander S. Dunham

1993-2001

Cicero Feltner

1887-1889

Charles F. Coleman2

2001-2003

Jim LeFevers

1889-1894

Robert G. Hufford3

2004-current

Jim Aumann

Treasurer Notes:

1.  In 1859 Matthias Rapp was elected Treasurer but died of typhoid fever on 25 Dec 1859.  Commissioners appointed William Adams to replace Matthias Rapp until the term expired on 1 September 1861.

2.  Charles F. Coleman arrested for embezzlement of funds, July 1889. Robert G. Hufford appointed Treasurer September 1889 to serve out term.

3.  John A. Thompson was appointed to fill the position left vacant in September of 1894 by the resignation of Robert G. Hufford, who left to attend to his private business.

4.  Byron C. Howell died 25 June 1913.  Commissioners appoint Frank Miller to fill term of Howell until next election Nov 3, 1914 Ė which Frank Miller wins.

5.  Fred B. Sherwood elected 7 Nov 1916, re-elected 5 Nov 1918.  Resigned Nov 25, 1918 to work at Lebanon National Bank.  Commissioners appointed John O. Cartwright to fill vacancy Nov. 28, 1918.  Next election was in 1920. 

6.   Ross Hartsock was elected Nov 6, 1934 and re-elected Nov 4, 1936.  He resigned before term began in September 1937 to accept a position with Waynesville National Bank.  George B. Johnson was appointed April 1937 to serve until the next election in 1938. 

7.   Russell Dumford retired September 25, 1975 due to health reasons.  Harry Cornett appointed Oct 7, 1975 to fill the unexpired term.

8.   Harry Cornett died Feb 3, 1993 while in office.  Cicero Feltner was appointed to fill the unexpired term. 

9.   Cicero Feltner retired 23 Apr 2001. Jim LeFevers became interim treasurer to finish out term that expired Sep 2001. 

 

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