County organized 1811
Coshocton County Recorder
Susan J. Turner
Attention Coshocton County Veterans!
The Coshocton County Recorderís Office is pleased to announce a new initiative benefiting our United States Military Veterans. This program allows Coshocton County veterans to obtain a document identification card from our office. This card will display a picture of the veteran as well as various information regarding his or her service to our country.
In Ohio, the office of the county recorder is responsible for maintaining veteransí military service discharge records, known in military parlance as a DD214 form. These discharge records are utilized by veterans to prove their eligibility for certain benefits their military service has earned. This card contains their specific document number, so the discharge record can be rapidly located when needed.
In order to receive an identification card, a veteran must record their military discharge with the Coshocton County Recorderís Office and show TWO of the following identifications:
- Valid Ohio Drivers License/Identification Card
- Valid U.S. Passport
- Certified Birth Certificate
- Valid Conceal & Carry
- Social Security Card
- Identification card from the United States Department of Veterans Affairs
New Document Standardization Guidelines
In Ohio, House Bill 525 will go into effect on
July 1st, 2009. This new law (ORC 317.114) creates standardization guidelines for documents that are recorded in this office.
THE GUIDELINES ARE AS FOLLOWS:
- Computer font size of at least 10 point;
- Minimum paper size - 8 1/2 X 11, Maximum paper size - 8 1/2 x 14;
- Black or Blue ink ONLY;
- No use of highlighting;
- Margins of 1 inch on each side of the page and on the bottom;
- 3 inch margin on the top of the first page, reserved for recorder, auditor & engineer;
- 1 1/2 inch margin on the top of each of the remaining pages.
This law does not apply to:
- Any document from any court or taxing authority;
- Any state or federal document;
- Any document executed before the effective date of this law.
If a document signed does not conform to these guidelines, an additional recording fee of $20.00 will be collected.
349 Main Street
P O Box 817
Coshocton, Ohio 43812
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 8:00am-4:00pm
A message from the Coshocton County Recorder:
Our computer data certified start date is January 1, 1980. Our records are scanned back to July 1st, 1990. Our goal is to maintain records that are accurate and up to date. If you have questions, please contact myself or any of my knowledgeable staff. We will be happy to assist you, within the limits of the law. Thank you and remember a gesture of kindness is usually passed along.
Tina Endsley - Chief Deputy
Deana Tumblin - Deputy
Suzanne Bennett - Deputy
The County Recorder keeps and maintains accurate land records that are current, legible and easily accessible. Without the work of the County Recorder in recording, safekeeping and organizing all documents it would be nearly impossible to purchase land and be assured of a clear title. These invaluable records are utilized by the general public, attorneys, genealogists and title examiners.
For more useful information on the types of documents that are filed or recorded and the fees for recording please go to www.ohiorecorders.com
How to get here:
Take State Route 16 to SR 541 Roscoe Village/Coshocton Exit. SR541 East becomes Chestnut Street. When you exit merge over to left lane go straight thru the first light then at the second light make a right turn onto Third Street and then make a left onto Main Street. We are located on the corner of Fourth and Main.