ABOUT US


Recorder Bio


  • Angie King is proud to be your Mercer County Recorder.  She was elected in November, 2012 to her first 4 year term.
  • Angie has a strong record of public and community service.  She previously served as Celina's 4th Ward City Council member for 11 years. And has also been a strong advocate for the deaf and hard of hearing both at the state and national levels.  By profession, Angie is a licensed Realtor and has been involved in buying, selling, and managing real estate for over 20 years.
  • Angie and her husband, Mark, reside in Celina.  They have two daughters.  Ms. King holds both a Bachelor of Science and Master of Business Administration degree from Wright State University.
  • Mrs. King sits on the Ohio Housing Trust Fund advisory committee. She was appointed by the governor to the Ohio Speech Language Pathology & Audiology board and also serves as a board member to West Ohio Community Action Partnership (WOCAP) in Lima, Ohio.




 Documentation/Recording Notes:
  • Include legal description with all documents submitted for recording
  • Mortgages & releases submitted by mail require a self-addressed stamped return envelope
  • In subsequent related documents, include references to all previously recorded documents
  • All affidavits require the current owner
  • NO MAIL POLICY - we no longer accept deeds and other instruments of conveyance by mail
  • Document turnaround time 24 hour by mail; immediate if delivered in person 
  • Some state and federal documents require different fees. Contact us at (419) 586-4232 for information.

Fees:
Deed, Mortgage, Lease and other documents recorded
$28.00 up to and including two pages
Additional pages and attachments
$8.00 per additional page after the first two
Non-standard document fee
$20.00 per document
Reference fee
$4.00 per reference
Zoning Resolutions
$50.00 for entire document







 
Zoning Amendments $20.00 for entire document


Years
Recorder
Years
Recorder
1825
James Watson Riley 
1899 -1904
Charles Fox
1841
E. A. McMahon 
1905-1908
Joe  F. Tebben
1843
L. D. McMahon
1909-1911
Thomas C. Hugh
1848
 William Hunter 
1914-1916
Henry Stelzer
1851
Jeremiah Sunday
1917-1918
James E. Hart
1855
B. B. Allen
1919-1921
Albert B. Wolf
1858
J. W. Johnston
1923-1926
Homer J. Hinders
1861
T. G. Tou Velle.
1927-1936
S. V. Brown
1867
J. B. Perwessel 
1937-1944
Cyril H. Grieshop
1873
Edward Landfair
1945-1950
Eileen Brown Engelman
1880
S. S. Scranton.
1951-1972
Gertride  McCain
1886
William Snyder 
1973-1984
Clarence Post
1892
John E. Hamburger
1985-1996
Patricia Grote
1997-2000
Andrea Schroyer
2001-2012
Tamara Barger
2013-
Angela N. King




Welcome to Mercer County, Ohio's website.  Mercer County is located just north of the midpoint of the Ohio-Indiana state line. Celina is the County Seat and the courthouse is located at 101 North Main Street.
Most of the county government offices are represented here or are linked to from here.  Select an office from the tabs above or from the table below.
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