LIBERTY TOWNSHIP, OHIO


Community Information

Liberty Township is an affluent suburb of Cincinnati located in Butler County, Ohio. It is one of thirteen townships in Butler County, Ohio. It is located on the east-central part of the county, just south of the city of Monroe. With an area of about 29 square miles it is smallest of the thirteen townships but one of the fastest-growing areas in southwest Ohio. It was named for Liberty, Pennsylvania, at the suggestion of John Morrow, a resident in the township at the time of its formation in 1803 who was the brother of Ohio Governor Jeremiah Morrow, after his hometown. The first settler was John Nelson, who arrived in 1796, seven years before Ohio became a state. It is one of 25 Liberty Townships statewide.

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