Visit us at 11:00 AM, third Saturday of the month, downstairs at the Waverly Library, 207 N. Market St., Waverly, OH. November we meet 2nd Saturday at a local restaurant. Contact us for that location in October. No meeting in December.
Pike Speaks Volume 11 Number 1 January 2020 has been released.
Here is just one of the stories.
M. A. Startton, an old and well known citizen of our town died yesterday morning at his home on Third Street, aged about 75 years. He had been in poor health for some than a year and suffered greatly. He was born in Richmondale, Ross County, but he had lived here for a great many years and was respected by everybody. He was a soldier in the War of the Rebellion. He leaves two daughters and two sons. His wife died several years ago. August 27, 1903 Courier Watchman
Our society is still collecting information on Pike County Civil War soldiers, so if you have any information or photographs that you would like to share, please send them to the above listed post office address, or email to Janiec444@yahoo.com
Don’t forget to update or sign up for your Kroger Community Rewards to be donated to the Pike County Genealogy & Historical Society (this does not affect your fuel rewards). Kroger requires us to renew every year, starting in April.
Now is a good time to work on an application for one of our Lineage Societies, such as First Families, Civil War Soldiers, and Canal Era Families of Pike County. Send a request to us through our post office box if you need application forms or have any questions. The address is Pike County Chapter of OGS, P.O. Box 224, Waverly, OH, 45690.
PO Box 224, Waverly, Ohio, United States
As you plan your trip to Pike county to do geology research be sure to check the Pike county Convention and visitor bureau web site, http://www.piketravel.com, for activities you may want to take in as well as where to stay and where to enjoy meals at our restaurants.