The 1826 and 1836 entries for James Rampley in “Ohio Tax Records, 1800-1850″ at FamilySearch have been tagged with the incorrect township. In both cases, James’ name appears on the left hand page of the actual tax record book. That page has entries for Jackson Township. The right hand page has entries for another township. In 1826 the right hand page starts with Tuscarawas Township. In 1836 the right hand page starts with Pike Township. The transcriber simply used the township that was on the right hand side–apparently.
How many times this happens I can’t say as this experience is anecdotal. It can’t be just be on pages that involve my ancestor.
Always read the actual record.