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... In 1818, Norton Township was organized ... It was originally a part of Wolf Creek Township which consisted of present day Norton, Copley, Wadsworth, Sharon, Guilford, and Montville townships ... Norton Township was surveyed by Joseph Darrow and plotted into lots half a mile square ...
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