Ohio County Wills, Estates, Annual Returns, InventoriesOhio County was formed in 1798 from land taken from Hardin County and was named for the Ohio River, which originally formed its northern boundary; however, lost its northern portions in 1829 at the forming of Daviess and Hancock counties. The first settlements in Ohio County were Barnetts Station and Hartford. In January 1865, during the American Civil War, the courthouse in Hartford was burned by Kentucky Confederate cavalry because it was being used to house soldiers of the occupying Union Army. However, the county records were removed first and preserved. They county seat is Hartford.
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