There is an entire reprint of an 1880 book THE HISTORY OF MORROW COUNTY, OHIO at this address
It includes a map of Morrow County which can be saved and then viewed with a program that can zoom in such as paintbrush.
Names included for Cardingdon TWP and Cardingdon Village are: Margaret Fluckey Drury William and Catherine (Fluckey) Johnston Elizabeth Johnston Curl Mary J. (Fluckey) Morton
There is a lot of family history here as well asaccounts of Johnny Appleseed who manyresidents remembered.
There are similar pages for other Ohio counties which I have not yet searched.
Here is the story of George Fluckey-Tailor of Philadelphia
Mary J. Fluckey, who was born Feb. 11, 1838, in Cardington Tp., a daughter of Adam and Mary (Sellers) Fluckey, he being one of the early settlers in the county; his father's name was George Fluckey, who died in 1847, being 95 years of age, of German birth, and was a soldier in the Revolutionary war; he was a tailor by trade, and made a suit of clothes for General Washington; the shears used upon that occasion are now in the possession of Mrs. Morton (Mary).
My mother ( I am a Fluckey descendent on my father's side) told me the other day that George Fluckey was a tailor.She always had an interest in this stuff which of course I did not appreciate when I was younger.So this means a lot to me as I didn't know if any family history had come down this far.