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Hancock County Statistics

According to the U.S. Census Bureau , the county has a total area of 534 square miles .531 square miles is land and 2 sq.


About Hancock County, OH

Hancock County is a county located in the state of Ohio , United States . As of the 2010 census , the population was 74,782. Its county seat is Findlay and was named for John Hancock , the first signer of the Declaration of Independence . The Hancock County area has a strong connection with the Toledo Metropolitan Area and upon other opinions, it is sometimes considered part of the metropolitan area .

Hancock County was created on January 21, 1828, by the Ohio General Assembly from the southern portions of Wood County. Originally containing only Findlay Township, the county would add Amanda and Welfare townships later in April of that year. Additional townships were laid out as follows: Jackson in 1829; Liberty and Marion in December 1830; Big Lick, Blanchard and Van Buren in 1831; Washington, Union, and Eagle in 1832; Cass and Portage in 1833; Pleasant in 1835; Orange in 1836; Madison in 1840, and finally Allen in 1850. Originally nearly 24 miles square, Hancock County would lose some of its southeast portion in 1845 to the new Wyandot County.


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