A celebration of times past......
By Stephen J. Hartzell
The Tiffin - Seneca History Notebook
An Original & extensive Look At The History of Seneca County, Ohio
Other Featured Articles
Thee Lost Souls Reunite! - The popular Tiffin band of the mid 1960's reunited as Thee Lost Souls for the first time in over 40 years at the Tiffin AMVETS lodge on July 31, 2009.
"You have your own teachers, let us have ours" - An extraordinary article is discovered in an 1831 New Hampshire newspaper in which the Senecas of the Sandusky appeal to their white "brothers and sisters" to respect their right to worship and live as they chose.
I Love You, Mom A Memoir - Mary L. Elchert of Tiffin, Ohio, wrote this touching memoir after the loss of her daughter at a young age in 1969. (Used by permission from her estate)
- The Death Of Janie - A touching account of the death of a child in Seneca County, Ohio From a rare copy of the "Heidelberg Monthly," May, 1859
- The Timing Couldn't Have Been Better! - 2001 Heritage Festival A Patriotic Celebration
- Junior Order of United American Mechanics Orphans Home - 1910 Census
- Voices From The Past - A Collection of Historic Ohio Letters & Writings
- The Roster of the 8th Ohio Volunteer Infantry Includes notes on each soldier in this honored regiment (In process)
- The History Of Fort Ball - Including photographs
- Ancestors, A Poem For the Family Historian
- "Please Tell Me How To Research My Family"
- The History Of Fort Ball
- Little Sister, Sweet Lesson Of Love - A Tribute To My Sister
- The Senecas Of The Sandusky- A Brief History
- St. Francis Orphanage, 1869-1936
- Baby Ginter, A True Depression Era Story
- Rock Run Church & Cemetery, The History of a Small Pioneer Congregation
- The Emigration From Lehigh Co., PA to Seneca Co., OH
- Tiffin Calvert Football 1924, The First Season
- Henry Hertzel of Upper Milford, Lehigh Co., PA - Family & Related Lines - A Genealogy
- The Reuben Hartzell Family; a brief history
- The Reuben & Ruth Hartzell Cases, 1867 - 1879
- Israel Franklin Hartzell, A Long Lost Relative
- Thomas Harrison Hartzell, The Jolly Shoemaker & His Family
- Brother Cesaire, CSC- Paul Charles Hartzell
- 50 Years Together- Bob & Marie Hartzell - June 12, 1948-98
- The 1790 Census; Hartzell Summary
- Hartzell Family Immigration Index 1709-1866
- Hartzell / Hartsel Family of Seneca Co., OH Obituaries
- Lehigh Co., PA Hartzell's, Civil War Roster
- The Civil War Record of Harrison W. Hartzell, 8th OVI, 4th OVI
- Selected documents from the pension file of Harrison W. Hartzell, 8th OVI, 4th OVI
- Letters From the 8th Ohio Published in the Tiffin Tribune
- The 8th Ohio, Stories of Camp Life
- The Civil War Record of James Hartzell, 123rd OVI
- The 123rd Ohio in Sheridan's Shenendoah Valley; The Last Days of James Hartzell
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Place of Origin - Tiffin, Ohio, USA.
Feb. 1997 - 2021
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