Coshocton County

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Coshocton  County is named for the Delaware Native American word meaning “union of waters”.


Created:  January 31, 1810

County Seat:

Coshocton  1810 – present


County Courthouse – Coshocton 


Location:  349 Main Street / South 3rd Street

Built:  1873 – 1875

Style:  Second Empire and Italianate

Architect:  Carpenter & Williams of Meadville, Pennsylvania

Contractor:  Carpenter & Williams of Meadville, Pennsylvania


Description:  The building faces south and is a three story red colored brick and stone structure. The south front has projecting center tower with entrance on the first story and rising five stories to a sloped roof with clock. The windows are narrow and arched. A wide eave runs along the top of the second story with recessed dormers and mansard roof on the third story. There is stone trim along the corners of the building. The building was renovated in 1951.



N – Holmes County

E – Tuscarawas County and Guernsey County 

S – Guernsey County and Muskingum County

W – Licking County and Knox County

















Photos taken 2011