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The U.S. state of Ohio comprises 88 counties. Nine of them existed at the time of the Ohio Constitutional Convention in 1802.A tenth county, Wayne, was established on August 15, 1796, and encompassed roughly the present state of Michigan.During the Convention, the county was opposed to statehood, and was not only left out of the Convention, but dissolved; the current Wayne County is in northeastern Ohio, considerably distant from the area that was the original Wayne County.

County FIPS County Code County Seat Established Origin Population Area
Adams County 1 West Union July 10, 1797 Hamilton County 28,550 583.91 sq mi
Allen County 3 Lima March 1, 1820 Shelby County 1,06,331 404.43 sq mi
Ashland County 5 Ashland February 24, 1846 Wayne, Richland, Huron, and Lorain Counties 53,139 424.37 sq mi
Ashtabula County 7 Jefferson June 7, 1807 Trumbull and Geauga Counties 1,01,497 702.44 sq mi
Athens County 9 Athens March 1, 1805 Washington County 64,757 506.76 sq mi
Auglaize County 11 Wapakoneta February 14, 1848 Allen, Mercer, Darke, Hardin, Logan, Shelby, and Van Wert Counties 45,949 401.25 sq mi
Belmont County 13 St. Clairsville September 7, 1801 Jefferson and Washington Counties 70,400 537.35 sq mi
Brown County 15 Georgetown March 1, 1818 Adams and Clermont Counties 44,846 491.76 sq mi
Butler County 17 Hamilton May 1, 1803 Hamilton County 3,68,130 467.27 sq mi
Carroll County 19 Carrollton January 1, 1833 Columbiana, Stark, Harrison, Jefferson, and Tuscarawas Counties 28,836 394.67 sq mi
Champaign County 21 Urbana March 1, 1805 Greene and Franklin Counties 40,097 428.56 sq mi
Clark County 23 Springfield March 1, 1818 Champaign, Madison, and Greene Counties 1,38,333 399.86 sq mi
Clermont County 25 Batavia December 6, 1800 Hamilton County 1,97,363 451.99 sq mi
Clinton County 27 Wilmington March 1, 1810 Highland and Warren Counties 42,040 410.88 sq mi
Columbiana County 29 Lisbon May 1, 1803 Jefferson and Washington Counties 1,07,841 532.46 sq mi
Coshocton County 31 Coshocton January 31, 1810 Muskingum and Tuscarawas Counties 36,901 564.07 sq mi
Crawford County 33 Bucyrus April 1, 1820 Delaware County 43,784 402.11 sq mi
Cuyahoga County 35 Cleveland June 7, 1807 Geauga County ####### 458.49 sq mi
Darke County 37 Greenville January 3, 1809 Miami County 52,959 599.80 sq mi
Defiance County 39 Defiance April 7, 1845 Williams, Henry, and Paulding Counties 39,037 411.16 sq mi
Delaware County 41 Delaware April 1, 1808 Franklin County 1,74,214 442.41 sq mi
Erie County 43 Sandusky March 15, 1838 Huron and Sandusky Counties 77,079 254.88 sq mi
Fairfield County 45 Lancaster December 9, 1800 Ross and Washington Counties 1,46,156 505.11 sq mi
Fayette County 47 Washington Court House March 1, 1810 Ross and Highland Counties 29,030 406.58 sq mi
Franklin County 49 Columbus April 30, 1803 Ross and Wayne Counties ####### 539.87 sq mi
Fulton County 51 Wauseon April 1, 1850 Lucas, Henry, and Williams Counties 42,698 406.78 sq mi
Gallia County 53 Gallipolis April 30, 1803 Washington and Adams Counties 30,934 468.78 sq mi
Geauga County 55 Chardon March 1, 1806 Trumbull County 93,389 403.66 sq mi
Greene County 57 Xenia May 1, 1803 Hamilton and Ross Counties 1,61,573 414.88 sq mi
Guernsey County 59 Cambridge March 1, 1810 Belmont and Muskingum Counties 40,087 521.90 sq mi
Hamilton County 61 Cincinnati January 2, 1790 One of the original counties 8,02,374 407.36 sq mi
Hancock County 63 Findlay April 1, 1820 Logan County 74,782 531.35 sq mi
Hardin County 65 Kenton April 1, 1820 Logan County 32,058 470.29 sq mi
Harrison County 67 Cadiz February 1, 1813 Jefferson and Tuscarawas Counties 15,864 403.53 sq mi
Henry County 69 Napoleon April 1, 1820 Shelby County 28,215 416.50 sq mi
Highland County 71 Hillsboro May 1, 1805 Ross, Adams, and Clermont Counties 43,589 553.28 sq mi
Hocking County 73 Logan March 1, 1818 Athens, Ross, and Fairfield Counties 29,380 422.75 sq mi
Holmes County 75 Millersburg January 20, 1824 Coshocton, Wayne, and Tuscarawas Counties 42,366 422.99 sq mi
Huron County 77 Norwalk March 7, 1809 Portage and Cuyahoga Counties 59,626 492.69 sq mi
Jackson County 79 Jackson March 1, 1816 Scioto, Gallia, Athens, and Ross Counties 33,225 420.28 sq mi
Jefferson County 81 Steubenville July 29, 1797 Washington County 69,709 409.61 sq mi
Knox County 83 Mount Vernon March 1, 1808 Fairfield County 60,921 527.12 sq mi
Lake County 85 Painesville March 6, 1840 Geauga and Cuyahoga Counties 2,30,041 228.21 sq mi
Lawrence County 87 Ironton December 21, 1815 Gallia and Scioto Counties 62,450 454.96 sq mi
Licking County 89 Newark March 1, 1808 Fairfield County 1,66,492 686.50 sq mi
Logan County 91 Bellefontaine March 1, 1818 Champaign County 45,858 458.44 sq mi
Lorain County 93 Elyria December 26, 1822 Huron, Cuyahoga, and Medina Counties 3,01,356 492.50 sq mi
Lucas County 95 Toledo June 20, 1835 Wood, Sandusky, and Huron Counties 4,41,815 340.46 sq mi
Madison County 97 London March 1, 1810 Franklin County 43,435 465.44 sq mi
Mahoning County 99 Youngstown March 1, 1846 Columbiana and Trumbull Counties 2,38,823 415.25 sq mi
Marion County 101 Marion April 1, 1820 Delaware County 66,501 403.84 sq mi
Medina County 103 Medina February 18, 1812 Portage County 1,72,332 423 sq mi
Meigs County 105 Pomeroy April 1, 1819 Gallia and Athens Counties 23,770 429.42 sq mi
Mercer County 107 Celina April 1, 1820 Darke County 40,814 463.27 sq mi
Miami County 109 Troy March 1, 1807 Montgomery County 1,02,506 407.04 sq mi
Monroe County 111 Woodsfield January 29, 1813 Belmont, Washington, and Guernsey Counties 14,642 455.54 sq mi
Montgomery County 113 Dayton May 1, 1803 Hamilton and Wayne Counties 5,35,153 461.68 sq mi
Morgan County 115 McConnelsville December 29, 1817 Washington, Guernsey, and Muskingum Counties 15,054 417.66 sq mi
Morrow County 117 Mount Gilead March 1, 1848 Knox, Marion, Delaware, and Richland Counties 34,827 406.22 sq mi
Muskingum County 119 Zanesville March 1, 1804[16][17] Washington and Fairfield Counties 86,074 664.63 sq mi
Noble County 121 Caldwell April 1, 1851 Monroe, Washington, Morgan, and Guernsey Counties 14,645 399.00 sq mi
Ottawa County 123 Port Clinton March 6, 1840 Erie, Sandusky, and Lucas Counties 41,428 254.95 sq mi
Paulding County 125 Paulding April 1, 1820 Darke County 19,614 416.26 sq mi
Perry County 127 New Lexington March 1, 1818 Washington, Fairfield, and Muskingum Counties 36,058 409.78 sq mi
Pickaway County 129 Circleville March 1, 1810 Ross, Fairfield, and Franklin Counties 55,698 501.91 sq mi
Pike County 131 Waverly February 1, 1815 Ross, Scioto, and Adams Counties 28,709 441.49 sq mi
Portage County 133 Ravenna June 7, 1807 Trumbull County 1,61,419 492.39 sq mi
Preble County 135 Eaton March 1, 1808 Montgomery and Butler Counties 42,270 424.80 sq mi
Putnam County 137 Ottawa April 1, 1820 Shelby County 34,499 483.87 sq mi
Richland County 139 Mansfield March 1, 1808 Fairfield County 1,24,475 496.88 sq mi
Ross County 141 Chillicothe August 20, 1798 Adams and Washington Counties 78,064 688.41 sq mi
Sandusky County 143 Fremont April 1, 1820 Huron County 60,944 409.18 sq mi
Scioto County 145 Portsmouth May 1, 1803 Adams County 79,499 612.27 sq mi
Seneca County 147 Tiffin April 1, 1820 Huron County 56,745 550.59 sq mi
Shelby County 149 Sidney April 1, 1819 Miami County 49,423 409.27 sq mi
Stark County 151 Canton February 13, 1808 Columbiana County 3,75,586 576.14 sq mi
Summit County 153 Akron March 3, 1840 Medina, Portage, and Stark Counties 5,41,781 419.38 sq mi
Trumbull County 155 Warren July 10, 1800 Jefferson and Wayne Counties 2,10,312 616.48 sq mi
Tuscarawas County 157 New Philadelphia March 15, 1808 Muskingum County 92,582 567.58 sq mi
Union County 159 Marysville April 1, 1820 Delaware, Franklin, Logan, and Madison Counties 52,300 436.65 sq mi
Van Wert County 161 Van Wert April 1, 1820 Darke County 28,744 410.09 sq mi
Vinton County 163 McArthur March 23, 1850 Athens, Gallia, Hocking, Jackson, and Ross Counties 13,435 414.08 sq mi
Warren County 165 Lebanon May 1, 1803 Hamilton County 2,12,693 399.63 sq mi
Washington County 167 Marietta July 27, 1788 One of the original counties 61,778 635.15 sq mi
Wayne County 169 Wooster March 1, 1808 From non-county area 1,14,520 555.36 sq mi
Williams County 171 Bryan April 1, 1820 Darke County 37,642 421.74 sq mi
Wood County 173 Bowling Green April 1, 1820 Refactored from non-county territory 1,25,488 617.32 sq mi
Wyandot County 175 Upper Sandusky February 3, 1845 Marion, Crawford, and Hardin Counties 22,615 405.61 sq mi
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