Ohio American History & Genealogy

1816 Ohio Gazetteer
Ice Creek to Israel

Ice Creek, a small stream putting into the Ohio River, in the southern part of Lawrence County.

Independence, a township of Cuyahoga County.

Indian Boundary, [See Boundary line]

Indian Creek, a small creek in Butler County, running into the western side of the Great Miami River.

Indian Creek a stream putting into Scioto River, 8 miles below Chilicothe.

Indian Creek, a small stream in the northwestern corner of Wayne County, running northeastwardly into Tuscarawas creek

Indian Cross creek, a run putting into the Ohio River 3 miles below Steubenville.

Indian short creek, a stream running eastwardly into the Ohio River, in the lower part of Jefferson County.

Indian Guyandot, [See Guyandot, Indian.]

Indian Wheeling, a creek rising in the southern part of Harrison, and after running 18 or 20 miles across the northeastern part of Belmont County, joins the Ohio River opposite Wheeling in Virginia.

Irville, a pleasant post village in the western part of Muskingum County. Beside the post office, it contains twelve or fourteen handsome two story houses, principally built on one street. It is situated on the main road leading from Zanesville to Newark, 12 miles northwesterly from the former town, 13 easterly from the latter, and 48 easterly from Columbus.

Isaac's creek, a run putting into the Ohio River 1 mile below Manchester.

Island creek, a township of Jefferson County.

Israel, a township of Preble County.

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Source: The Ohio Gazetteer or Topographical Dictionary, by John Kilbourn, A. M.,
Smith & Griswold Printers, Columbus, Nov. 1816

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