Other Local Resources

Fayette County Records and Archive Center: 740-333-3510
201 S. Fayette St., Washington CH, OH 43160
Records Manager: Cathy Templin
Hours: Mon-Fri. 10:00 am-3:00 pm
Note: Not Handicap Accessible
The Archive Center provides the address, phone number, and hours for the Fayette County Records and Archive Center. All of the early records from the courthouse (the 1800's) have been moved over from the courthouse.

Fayette County Museum: 740-335-2953
517 S. Columbus Ave., Washington CH, OH 43160
Staff: Fayette County Historical Society
OPEN: May-September
Saturday & Sunday Only

Hours: 1:00 pm-4:00 pm
The Fayette County Historical Society Museum was built in 1875 by Morris Sharp with the stated purpose of erecting "the Showplace of Washington Court House". This Victorian Italianate home was purchased by The Historical Society in 1958 for $15,000 and opened as a museum in October 1965. The museum proudly displays 14 rooms that contain fine pieces depicting the County's history. A visit to the museum's tower, by way of the spiral stairs, offers a spectacular panorama of the city. The museum is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Fayette County Church Histories [PDF]
Adobe Acrobat file containing selected Church Histories for Fayette Co., OH. Compiled by Christopher Siscoe and edited by Cindy Reeves and Maria Wilburn.

Fayette County, OH Genealogical Society
The web page for the Fayette County Genealogical Society that is located in Washington Court House, Ohio. They meet at the Carnegie Public Library in the meeting room off of East Street at 7:00 PM on the third Monday of each month except for the months of May, December, and June through August.
Contact: Fayette County Genealogical Society
P. O. Box 342
Washington C. H., Ohio 43160-0342

Genealogy Request Form:  Follow the link to make a genealogy research request.

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