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Population: 74,466
Area: 688 sq. miles
County Seat: Chillicothe
Area Code(s): 740
Time Zone: Eastern

Formed in 1798, Ross County is home to hundreds of earthwork enclosures and mounds built by the prehistoric Hopewell Culture. Ross County is named for Senator James Ross of Pennsylvania. Its county seat and only city, Chillicothe, was the capital of Ohio from statehood in 1803 until 1810, and again from 1812 to 1816. Local attractions include the Hopewell Culture National Historical Park. Ross County has 6 villages and 16 townships. Counties that border Ross County include Pickaway County on the north, Hocking County on the northeast, Vinton County on the east, Jackson County on the southeast, Pike County on the south, Highland County on the southwest, and Fayette County on the northwest. Some of Ross County's unincorporated communities have interesting names, such as Deadman Crossing, Lickskillet, and Knockemstiff. Take a look at the categories below for a multitude of public records and documents, including court records, recorded documents, and mortgage foreclosure listings. [1]

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