When researching your ancestors in Huron Co. Ohio a good place to start is the main library for the county that is located in Norwalk, OH. Here you will find many resources pertaining to the county. The library is one of many that was built as a result of donations from Andrew Carnegie around the turn of the century.
The library's collection includes the following items of local interest.
1. 1820 Census for Erie, Huron, and Sandusky Counties
2. County Directories-
- Huron County starting with 1908
- Erie County and Sandusky County
3. Cemetery Records of East Norwalk Historical Cemetery
4. City Directories: Norwalk starting with 1885
5. City & Township Histories: Bellevue, Greenwich, Norwalk, Wakeman, Willard, etc.
6. County Histories: Ashland, Crawford, Erie, Huron, Lorain
7. Erie County Atlas 1874
8. Erie County Cemetery Records
9. Firelands Pioneer (complete set)
10. First Methodist Episcopal Church Marriage Records 1888-1902
11. Huron County Atlas 1873 & 1891
12. Huron County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions
13. Huron County, Ohio Marriages (3 vol.) 1815-1900
14. Huron County Plat Book 1845
15. Index to 1880 Huron County Census
16. Index to the following newspapers:
- Monroeville Spectator 1870-1986
- Norwalk Papers 1822-1835
- North Fairfield Gazette 7 May 1856 - 3 April 1860
- Wakeman Independent Press 1875 - 1915
17. Marriage Records of Huron County, Ohio 1812-1839
The library is located in downtown Norwalk at 46 W Main St. Norwalk, OH. The hours for the library are Monday thru Thursday 9:30 am to 8:30 pm and Friday thru Saturday 9:30 am to 5:00 pm.
If you are looking for sources in Huron County Ohio this is a excellent place to start.