Regular meetings are held at 114 Valleyview Dr., Englewood, OH on the second Wednesday of each month. 7 PM. April - October and 1 PM. November - March.
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History Center Hours

The History Center is open to the public. Scheduled visiting hours are from 2-4 PM on the first and third Sundays of each month April through October, weather permitting, and also other times by appointment. Call 937-832-8538.

Mailing Address:
114 Valleyview Drive Englewood, OH 45322

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Randolph Twp. Historical Society

Clayton - 1816

Englewood - 1841

Union - 1816

CONGRATULATIONS!  You have found the official website of the Randolph Township Historical Society located in Montgomery County, Ohio.

Learn about the RTHS History Center

Our group has assumed the responsibility of collecting photos, information, articles, and related materials that pertain to the history and activities of our forefathers who lived in the rural areas of the township (now Clayton), or in early towns such as Union, the Village of Clayton (known as Salem  in early times), and Englewood (also known as Harrisburg and Iamton).  We are committed to seeing that historical items from this area are properly documented and preserved for future generations.  To be successful, we need your support through membership and donations.  We also ask that you share or donate local family genealogies, histories and photos; photos of local sites, business and church records, etc.  We also seek members who can volunteer their time in helping us inventory, catalog and archive all donated materials.  There is a niche within our group for everyone who shares an interest in the history of this area, even though you may live far away.  We hope to hear from you!

Who We Are:

The Randolph Township Historical Society, Inc. was founded on January 14, 1998, shortly after the merger of the unincorporated parts of old Randolph Township, Montgomery County, Ohio with the municipality of Clayton, Ohio.  The township boundaries now encompass the three cities of Clayton, Englewood, and Union.  On July 27, 1998, the society was incorporated in the State of Ohio as a non profit group.  We are registered with both the state and federal IRS as a 501(c)3 charitable organization.  Memberships in our society reached 106 in 1998.  Annual memberships continue to hold around 260.  If you have an interest in the history of this area, why not join or renew today?

2018 Officers and Directors

            President: Ivan Clark
            Vice Pres: Doug Allen
            Rec. Sec'y: Kay Dawson
            Corres. Sec'y: Wilma Schroeder
            Treasurer: Robin Perkins

Directors and Terms:
           JoeAnne Conners (2017 & 2018)
           Barbara Eller (2017 & 2018)
           William Gothard (2017 & 2018)
           Monty Mercer (2017 & 2018)
           Cleva Collar (2018 & 2019)
           Glynn Marsh (2018 & 2019)
           Doris West (2018 & 2019)
           Shirley Whiting (2018 & 2019)


The Randolph Township Historical Society exists

  • to bring together those persons with an interest in the history of Randolph Township, Montgomery County, Ohio as it was originally established in 1804 and as it continues today within the boundaries of the three cities of Clayton, Englewood, and Union, Ohio

  • to foster the discovery, collection and preservation of all materials that illustrate or help to establish the rich and varied cultural history of our community -- its settlement, residents, development, activities, and progress.

  • to disseminate historical information about the community through special programs and events that promote public understanding and interest in the area's past and present.

Meetings and Other Activities:

Regular meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month at the RTHS History Center, 114 Valleyview Dr. Englewood, OH. Winter schedule: 1 p.m. Nov.-Mar. Summer schedule: 7 p.m. Apr-Oct.  In addition to conducting business, we hold history roundtable discussions and have invited speakers.  Our history and archives rooms are open before and after meetings, 2-4p.m. on the first and third Sunday afternoon Apr-Oct and other times by appointment.  Local artifacts are displayed on a rotating basis and records are available for research.  We publish a quarterly newsletter, "The Randolph Times," which is free to all members.  Special activities are planned throughout the year.