Roads -- Maps
Found in 29 Collections and/or Records:
Arranged chronologically. Contains a record of bridges or culverts within the county showing name and number of bridge or culvert; location including section, township, range, road, stream; may include original landowner, description of structure, condition, and miscellaneous remarks. Includes construction improvement drawings.
Cedarville- Plat and Field Note of Corporation Lines, Surveyed by S.T. Owens; Cedarville Township, 1849-12-06
Maps documenting roadwork on U.S. 42 and State Route 72 in Cedarville Township.
Arranged alphabetically by street and ditch number. Contains profiles of county ditches showing drainage basins, inlets and outlets, type of construction, and ditch name and number.
This plat map suggests a sale of land from E.F. Drake to James Simpson, although there is no verifying evidence. Measurements and drawing were completed by Washington Galloway.
Courses and distances of Harbine or River Road, measured and sketeched by Washington Galloway. Sketch features Oil Mill and John Harbine's Mill.
Scale: 1 inch = 80 poles
Arrangement varies but usually follows some geographical pattern. Contains originals with copies of maps and plans for construction or repair of roads, highways, ditches, and bridges.
Arrangement varies but usually follows some geographical pattern. Contains originals with copies of maps of boundary lines of tract, area, description of tract, and tract owner. Includes tax maps.
Plat and Subdivision Records. Contains plats of tract surveys showing number and date of survey, township, boundary lines of tract area, boundary landmark designated, description of tract, owner, and surveyors.
Road maps and posters found in the Treasurer's basement storage.
Arranged by date road established. Contains profile drawings, plats, and sketches of the construction and improvement of roads in the county showing for each: name, boundary lines, owners of property which runs on or is adjacent to each road, type of road, and date established.
Index to roads is arranged alphabetically by road. Shows name and number of road, location, date establihsed, and volume and page number where recorded.
Record only available at the Archives.
County road survey, petitioned by Ebenzer Steele and surveyed by Washington Galloway. Fieldnotes located in Field Book #8, pg. 30-31.
Scale: 1 inch = 30 or 40 poles
Surveying Team: - Washington Galloway- Surveyor - Isaac Swodner and J.D. Stine- Chaincarriers - Ebenezer Steel- Marker
People Mentioned: - John McCracken - Jacob Stine - Ebenezer Steele
Additional details: - 4 white oak trees - 1 black oak tree - 1 jackoak tree