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It is the mission of the Delaware County Records Center

to effectively preserve, maintain, retrieve and store government records in an archival environment while supporting a records management program. This program will ensure the proper preservation of the county records under the laws of Ohio, within a conservative budget framework for the taxpayers.

 

Contact

2079 U.S. Hwy 23 N,
PO Box 8006
Delaware, Ohio 43015

Phone
(740) 833-2140

Hours

Monday – Friday

8am – 4:30pm

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Timeline Tuesday. This 1841-1843 timeline below shows the events during the mid-1800s happening in Delaware County. Many thanks to Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware County Historical Society and City of Delaware for the Our Shared History information. ... See MoreSee Less

Timeline Tuesday. This 1841-1843 timeline below shows the events during the mid-1800s happening in Delaware County. Many thanks to Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware County Historical Society and City of Delaware for the Our Shared History information.

It is with great sadness that we have learned that Mr. Ralph Martin has passed away. Mr. Martin was Delaware's cobbler for more than 50+ years before he retired. ... See MoreSee Less

It is with great sadness that we have learned that Mr. Ralph Martin has passed away.  Mr. Martin was  Delawares cobbler for more than 50+ years before he retired.Image attachmentImage attachment

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He was an amazing man. REST IN PEACE

R.I.H .SO SAD !!!

So very sad he was such a wonderful man

Nicest guy. So very sad. 🙁

Liked going there to have my shoes fixed. A great part of our community. Mr. Martin is greatly missed.

Delaware has lost another true Delaware Gem that did so much for our community! He was such a wonderful man ! A true gentleman ! My condolences to his family !

Such sad news. He is a foundational person to Delaware. Never forgotten sir!

So sad! He was an amazing man! Sending love Allison Martin 💔♥️

What an icon here in Delaware. God Speed, sir. My condolences to the family.

I am so sad to hear this. He was such a humble and sweet person. Delaware has lost a man who made our city a wonderful place to live. My sincere sympathies to his family. He will be sorely missed. 🙏

Erin Strine Coomes

My hubby Doug was there to welcome Ralph to heaven, I have no doubt. He kept Doug's cowboy boots in tip top shape for many years. God Speed Ralph.

Oh no. Another amazing member of the community gone. He was a great man and loved his community. Deepest sympathy to his family and friends and the entire Delaware community.

Deepest condolences and prayers.

RIP

A Lost Art! People don't even know what that is. So sad on both accounts. RIP.

Awww, rest in peace sir!

Prayers for family

A real gentleman.

Such sad news. He was such a very nice man. Prayers for the family ❤❤

Tragic 💔

A great neighbor when our shop was next door. He will be missed.

Prayers, very nice person.

Sadly. Missed. R. I. P. A truly wonderful person.

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Helen Willis was the daughter of Allie Dustin and Frank B. Willis. This 1927 picture is from the Ohio Northern University yearbook. Willis was part of the ONU faculty from 1926-1929. Her education centered around the arts as she completed her Bachelor of Music degree at Ohio Wesleyan University in 1919, was a gradate student at the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music (1920-1922), a student at Converse College (1923) and studied music and language in Spain in 1924. Relocating back to Delaware, Miss Willis lived on West Fountain Ave. In the 1960's, she often hosted a local Music Club at her home. Willis passed away in 1977 at the age of 81. ... See MoreSee Less

Helen Willis was the daughter of Allie Dustin and Frank B. Willis. This 1927 picture is from the Ohio Northern University yearbook. Willis was part of the ONU faculty from 1926-1929. Her education centered around the arts as she completed her Bachelor of Music degree at Ohio Wesleyan University in 1919, was a gradate student at the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music (1920-1922), a student at Converse College (1923) and studied music and language in Spain in 1924.  Relocating back to Delaware, Miss Willis lived on West Fountain Ave. In the 1960s, she often hosted a local Music Club at her home. Willis passed away in 1977 at the age of 81.

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Thus, Willis High School was named for her?

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