This reprint of Appendix B of the 1856 Annual Report of the Secretary of State to the Governor of Ohio, relays the names of deaf and dumb, blind, insane, and idiotic persons in eight-two counties of Ohio as of 1856. The information contained in this tabulation is extremely detailed considering the time period. The inclusion of age, birthplace, name of parents, and the birthplaces of the parents should prove very helpful to anyone finding a person of interest within. All the columns are clearly labeled and are self-explanatory. As of 1856, Ohio had eighty-eight counties and eighty-two of those submitted names; the following counties did not comply: Athens, Belmont, Butler, Gallia, Hancock, and Henry.
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