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The American Veterans Heritage Center, Inc. (AVHC), is a non-profit corporation whose mission is to honor the accomplishments of veterans while preserving a priceless piece of national and local history - The Central Branch National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers was established in 1867 at the end of the Civil War. The Soldier's Home and the National Cemetery are located on the grounds of the VA Medical Center in Dayton, Ohio. Click the link to explore the grounds including the famous Garden Grotto. Be sure to check out their resource page.
The Brethren Heritage Center (BHC) located in Brookville, Ohio is a historical archive for printed materials and artifacts connected to a variety of Christian groups that trace their roots to a specific group baptism in Schwarzenau, Germany in 1708.
In addition to Carillon Historical Park and other historical sites in the Dayton area, Dayton History maintains a searchable Digital Archives. (Copies for a fee.)
A collection of over 900 searchable books, booklets, images, videos and articles about the history of Dayton, Ohio. If you are a Dayton native, the images are a trip down memory lane. This is a real favorite!
Dayton Room & Genealogy Department is located on 2nd floor of the Main Library, 215 E. 3rd St. Dayton, Ohio 45402.
This site contains thousands of digitized images and documents pertaining to the history of Dayton and the Miami Valley. All items included in this site are owned by the Dayton Metro Library.
A list of records with available dates that are housed at the Records Center & Archives.
Includes more than a half million entries referencing historic documents in which a name was cited. The index spans the Miami Valley including the counties of Butler, Champaign, Clark, Darke, Greene, Hamilton, Mercer, Miami, Montgomery, Preble, Shelby and Warren and contains various source materials
This is a an email group service on the Internet that replaced the former Rootsweb Message Board. The group is dedicated to discussing the history and genealogy of Montgomery County, Ohio including the surrounding region of southwestern Ohio. This group service is maintained by private individuals and not by the Montgomery County Chapter OGS.
Repository for historic records (birth, marriage, wills, estate packets, deeds, etc.) Located in the Reibold Building at 117 S. Main St., 6th Floor, P.O. Box 972, Dayton, Ohio 45422. Hours: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm - Monday thru Friday - Phone 937-225-6366.
Information about America's Civil War Veterans at their Soldiers Home in Dayton, Ohio.
Birth & death records dating back to 1909 for people born in Montgomery Co. Located on the 1st Floor of the Reibold Building, 117 S. Main St. Dayton, Ohio 45422. Hours: 8:00 am - 4:30 pm, except 3rd Wed. 9:00 am - 4:30 pm.
books, databases, web links and events to help find your ancestors and assist with genealogy.
Located in the Paul Lawrence Dunbar Library, the archive is the home for many genealogical books, maps and records for Montgomery County and the neighboring counties of Auglaize, Champaign, Clark, Darke, Greene, Logan, Mercer, Miami, Preble and Shelby Counties.