Pickaway County

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Pickaway County is named for the misspelling of the Piqua Native American tribe, a branch of the Shawnee.

 

Created:  March 1, 1810

County Seat:

Circleville  1810 – present

 

County Courthouse – Circleville 

 

Location:  207 South Court Street / Franklin Street

Built:  1845 – 1847

Style:  Romanesque

Architect:  N B Kelly of Columbus

Contractor:  Jacob Strickler, Joseph Kinnear.and other trades

 

Description:  The building faces north and is a two story brown colored sandstone structure. The east front has a central entrance with wide steps in front. The entrance is arched with pilasters on each side and a pediment above.  The center section projects slightly and rises to a large pediment at the gabled roof. On the north side of the entrance is a large square tower rising to a red colored roof and turrets and with white colored square cupola with red roof at the top. The north and south sections of the building project slightly from the main building. The courtroom is located on the second story. The building was completely remodeled in 1888 and completed in 1889. The architect was Weary & Kramer and the contractor was Doerzback & Decker of Sandusky. During construction, the superintendent was William Doane.

 

Courthouses: 

N – Franklin County

E – Fairfield County and Hocking County

S – Ross County

W – Fayette County and Madison County

 

 

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Photos taken 2012 and 2018