Clark County, Ohio

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Springfield in 1868

From Springfield Directory for 1868-9, Williams & Co., 1868


COUNTY OFFICERS.


Court House, north-west corner of Columbia and Limestone.

PROBATE JUDGE:

John H. Littler—Term expires February, 1870.


COUNTY CLERK

Absalom Mattox—Term expires February, 1870


AUDITOR:

John Newlove—Term expires March, 1869


TREASURER:

Theodore A. Wick—Term expires September, 1870.

RECORDER:

A. Bradford—Term expires January, 1870.

PROSECUTING ATTORNEY:

Thomas J. Pringle—Office, in Post Office Building.

SURVEYOR:

J. Douglas Moler—Office, 21&fracc12; E. Main St.

CORONER:

Reuben Miller—Office, 25½ E. Main.

SHERIFF:

Cyrus Albin—Office, in Post Office Building.

SCHOOL EXAMINERS:

Chandler Robbins, J. K. Mower and E. G. Dial.

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS:

E. B. Cassilly, Wm. A. Lamme and Jacob Seitz.

INFIRMARY DIRECTORS:

James D. Stewart, Wm. Eby and Joseph Osborne.





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