1964 Plat Maps
There are 20 townships in Darke County, Ohio. They are arranged, more or less, in a 4-townships-across by 5-townships-down grid. The computer-drawn map below shows the townships in relation to one another and the dates they were first formed. The last township was formed in 1841, and in 1848 what was the twenty-first township (called Gibson) became part of Mercer Co. to the north.
Plat maps show the recorded property owners. The large township plat maps available below were digitized (scanned) from:
Your 1964 Plat Book of Darke County Ohio , Compliments of The Second National Bank, Greenville, Ohio.
These JPEG images are very large and require patience in downloding. It
that these images have not been 'shrunk' too much to prevent reading
names hand-lettered on the maps. In the case of Greenville Twp, the map
itself was more 'dense' as there are more properties to be platted and
the quality may not be as good as for the other townships.
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