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Population: 57,785
Area: 527 sq. miles
County Seat: Mount Vernon
Area Code(s): 740
Time Zone: Eastern

Nestled among rolling hills, Knox County is predominantly rural. Agriculture is the largest economic sector, and the county is 58% farmland and 28% forest. Mount Vernon, the county seat and only city, has a population of about 17,000. Knox County also includes 8 villages and 22 townships. It was formed in 1808 from parts of Fairfield County, which today forms its northern border. Other surrounding counties include Ashland and Holmes on the northeast, Coshocton on the east, Licking on the south, Delaware on the southeast, and Morrow on the northwest. Knox County was named for General Henry Knox, a Revolutionary War hero and the United States' first Secretary of War. Besides agriculture, manufacturing -- based mainly in Mount Vernon -- and higher education are also major employers. Check out the categories below for a multitude of public records and documents, including property records, foreclosure sales, and Sheriff's Department unsolved cases. [1]

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