From Ohio History Central
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Among the county's more famous residents were comedian Bob Hope and President of the United States James Garfield. Cuyahoga County also was the home of John D. Rockefeller, the founder of Standard Oil, as well as several important inventors, scientists, and business owners, including Charles F. Brush, Alexander Winton, Marcus Hanna, Jeptha H. Wade, and Thomas A. White. Several Ohio governors also lived in the county, including Reuben Wood, John Brough, Myron T. Herrick, Harry L. Davis, Frank J. Lausche, Thomas J. Herbert, Richard F. Celeste, and George Voinovich.''''''