Biddle (Biddle Mills) – Sandusky Township
Post Office: 1880 – 1904
Location: 40.840334 -82.818237   
on Biddle Rd at the intersection with Loss Creek Rd
Remnants: Lutheran Evangelical Church at the Gps coordinates, Biddle Cemetery on south side of Remlinger Rd (County Highway 49) between Dice Rd & Kile Rd, old houses & farms in the area
Description: The town was founded by Reverend Alex Biddle (1809 – 1898). He preached at the United Brethren church where he was buried in the cemetery along with 3 former wives & a son, John B. Biddle, who died in battle in the Civil War.

Camp Run
Post Office: dates unknown
Location: unknown
Description: Camp Run was listed as a postal town in the 1854 A New And Complete Gazetteer Of The United States, & the Ohio State Gazetteer and Business Directory for 1860- ’61.

Fauser – Chatfield Township
Location: 40.921235 -82.940222   
on Carey Rd at the railroad crossing  between SR 4 & Shwemly Rd
Remnants: Lust  (Pietest) Cemetery on SR 4 at the intersection with Carey Rd, many old small family cemeteries in the surrounding area
Description: It was founded by German Immigrant John G. Fauser (1811 – 1892) & Magdaline (Crum) Fauser (d. 1893). They had a 160 acre farm, 9 children, & a one room log cabin which was improved as the family success continued. The town sat along the Toledo & Ohio Central Railway in its later years, but didn’t have a train station. Most of the residents were buried in Lust Cemetery.

Frankfort
Location: unknown
Description: none found

Glenville – Bucyrus Township
Location: 40.813594 -83.050774   
on Glenville Rd at the intersection of Heinle Rd & the railroad crossing
Remnants: old houses & farms in the area
Description: Glenville had a sawmill & a train station on the Pennsylvania Railroad. The area still goes by the same name, although it lost the official status of being a town.

Holmes
Location: unknown
Description: none found

Jacksonville
Location: unknown
Description: none found

North Liberty  (Hog Town) – Chatfield Township
Location: 40.941041 -82.947225   
on SR 4 between Orr Rd & Nazareth Lutheran Church & Cemetery
Remnants: many small family cemeteries in the area
Description: North Liberty was platted with 19 lots in 1834 by John Henry. The town’s only business was an ashery. John wasn’t a well liked guy, a notorious pig poacher whose love for bacon got the best of him as he was shot in a thigh after getting caught by two local hunters. The town was mostly abandoned by the time the church was built & John moved west out of the county.

Whetstone
Post Office: 1833 – 1838
Location: unknown
Description: none found

Crawford & Morrow County - 1888 Ohio Map With Some Ghost Towns

Crawford County Ohio Ghost Towns Research Resources

1850 – Crawford County Map

1873 – Crawford County Atlas

1894 – Crawford County Atlas

1912 – Crawford County Atlas

1881 – History Of Crawford County Ohio

1902 – A Centennial Biographical History Of Crawford County Ohio