Crawford County, Pennsylvania


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CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY
Ashville Methodist Episcopal Church marriages—Crawford County residents  26:99*
Ripley Methodist Episcopal Church marriages (1885-1894)  26:97
 

OHIO

ASHTABULA COUNTY
Ashtabula—newspapers (1843-1848)  2:72
Conneaut—newspapers (1835-1875)  2:72; 7:1, 128c
 

PENNSYLVANIA
Statutory divorces (1769-1873)  21:53
 


ALLEGHENY COUNTY

Martin family deed  27:110
 


CRAWFORD COUNTY

City of Meadville    City of Titusville    Boroughs    Townships

Generally
Adoptions
1859-1881  12:1
1881-1890  16:51
Appearance dockets (1800-1811)  9:99
Apprenticeships and Indentures  16:79; 26:69
Baseborn children (1800-1818)  21:143
Bibliography  1:1, 108c; 21 inside back cover of Feb. issue
Bigamy cases  19:97
Boroughs  20:91
Businessmen (1850)  6:87; 29:49
Cemetery custodians (as of 1980)  3:88
Census (federal)
1790  17:20
1800  18:46
1810  18:87
1820  20:21
see also Mortality Schedules, below
see also Septennial Census of 1800  21:13, 99
Churches—Presbyterian  11:89
Civil War  see Veterans, below
Coroners’ inquests  2:1
1800-1861  18:9
1862-1869  18:113
County home
Inmates (1874)  10:29
Reports (1852-1875)  19:45
County jail
inmates (1807)   3:22; [repeated] 23(2):51
register (1839-1840)  32:45
Courthouse records  1:1
Deaths
1852-1854  1:62
Railroad fatalities (1866-1887)  8:115
see also Oil Creek Baptist Ass’n. minutes 1866-1916  27:120*
Demi-mondes of the Oil Region  31:70
Desertions  29:87
Draft  14:47; 16:25, 105; 19:69
Feme sole traders  17:52. 130c
Estates  see Probate records, below
Formation  1:1, 108c; 9:103
G.A.R. Posts (1895)  13:61; 14:60c
Habitual Drunkards  20:149
History
1848 (by William H. Davis)  31:24
Questionnaire—1850  29:27
Historical boundaries
Boroughs  20:91 [with maps]
County and townships  20:41
Holland Land Company tracts  18:53,79
Indentured servants/apprentices  16:79; 26:69
Internal Revenue assessment (1862)  28:17
Itinerant preachers
Rev. Benjamin Excell 1866-1868  7:123
Rev. Lucian John Mayer 1860-1866  23(2):34
Rev. James F. Perry 1872-1884  3:1
Rev. Pontious 1877-1892  24:110
Rev. George Stuntz 1825-1830, 1837, 1857-1865  25:10
Jail  see County jail, above
Justices of the Peace—marriage records
Wilson Dick 1840-1845  27:17
Lakes, privately owned  27:87
Letters, unclaimed (1793-1800)  28-40
Lunacy petitions (1846-1862)  9:40
Marriages
1852-1854  2:81
by Cyrus Adsit, J.P. (1874-1879)  31:1*
by Wilson Dick, J.P. (1840-1845)  27:17
by William Charles Wygant, J.P. (1877-1905)  31:5*
various  31:1
Married Women petitions  17:81
Medical
malpractice (Dr. Kellogg, 1839)  26:101
register (Dr. Kennedy, 1796-1800)  29:115
Militia rolls (1793-1795)  17:127
Mortality Schedules
1850  5:17
1860  8:1; 9:102c
1870  8:91; 9:65
1880  16:8, 89
Name change (1890)  16:88
Naturalizations (1800-1829)  10:83
Orphans’ Court, Docket A
1800-1808  23:1
1809-1821  24:83
1821-1830  27:1
see also 25:153c
Political boundaries  1:1, 108c; 9:103; 18:35
Prisoners (1807)  3:22; [repeated] 23(2):51
Probate records
Renunciations (1800-1899)  19:31 [A-D], 77 [E-K]; 20:6 [L-R], 108 [S-Z]; 21:162c
Wills
   1800-1805  3:64
   Unprobated  1:47; 2:105c; 19:8
Prostitutes of the Oil Region  31:70
Railroads—fatalities (1866-1887)  8:115
Residents
1790 U.S. census  17:20
1793-1795—militia rolls  17:127
1798—taxpayers  5:100
1800 U.S. census  18:46
1800 septennial census  21:13
1800 tax duplicates  19:19, 121
1810 U.S. census   18:87
1820 U.S. census  20:21
1850—businessmen  6:87; [repeated] 29:49
1863-1864—draftees  14:97; 16:25, 105; 19:69
1875—Eighteen-Twelvers  10:18
1881—Eighteen-Twelvers  19:96
1888—born before 1820  1:14
1914—prominent  28:127
See also County Home residents
Runaway apprentices  26:69
Runaway brides  29:87
Septennial census of 1800  21:13
Slaves  20:19
State legislation index (to 1892)  7:76
Tax rolls
1798 (Mead Twp.)  5:100
1800  19:19, 121
Townships
Unclaimed letters (1793-1800)  28:40
Veterans
Civil War
     150th Regiment, Company C   28:136
     Census (1890) [partial]  32:109
     Discharges  1:5
     G.A.R. Posts (1895)  13:61; 14:60c
     Medical Register of Examinations  25:12
     Reluctant recruit  22:62
     See also Draft  14:47; 16:25,105; 19:69; 25:95
Revolutionary War  17:1, 91; 19:55, 119; 21:34; 30:7c, 43
Spanish American War—discharges  1:5
War of 1812 (in 1875)  10:18
See also serving Erie Co.  14:39, 108
Veterinary Register  8:15
Vital statistics
Deaths
     1852-1854  1:62
     From obscure newspapers  9:60
     See also Coroner’s Inquests  2:1; 18:9, 113
Marriages (1852-1854)  2:81
Wills  see Probate records, above
 

CITIES
MEADVILLE
Belgian glassblowers  4:6, 16:126c
Baptisms
Emmanuel United Church of Christ
     1867-1868  24:27
     1887-1895  25:127
Trinity Lutheran Church (1865-1890)  21:120
Unitarian Church (1831-1845)  11:18*
Buchanan hoax  25:15, 154c; 28:47c
Cemeteries  27:18
Hebrew  31:136
Churches
Emmanuel United Church of Christ  24:27; 25:127
St. Agatha’s Family Book  22:11
Second Presbyterian Church  15:85
Trinity Lutheran Church  21:37, 120
Unitarian Church  11:16
City Health Department
Deaths—1880–1892  see Deaths, below
Sanitation record 1866  32:45
Civil War volunteers  22:48
Deaths
City health records
     1880-1882  14:1, 61
     1883-1884  15:37
     1885-1886  17:21
     1887  18:98
     1889-1889  19:9
     1890  19:90
     1891-1892  20:137
Emmanuel United Church of Christ
     1868-1879  24:48*
     1887-1892  25:147*
Second Presbyterian Church (1849-1874)  15:85
Trinity Lutheran Church (1866-1890)  21:40*
Unitarian Church (1831-1857)  11:17*
Indigents
Supported—1825-1832  31:52
Vaccinated—1860  31:46
Jewish families (pioneer)  31:118
Marriages
Second Presbyterian Church (1840-1863)  15:19
Emmanuel United Church of Christ
     l1868-1879  24:**
     1887-1892  25:144*
Methodist Episcopal Church (1866-1868)  7:103
Trinity Lutheran Church (1866-1890)  21:37
Unitarian Church (1832-1844)  11:20*
Pioneer Jewish Families  31:118
Police records (1865-1866)  10:47
Poor children
supported (1825-1832)  31:52
vaccinated (1860)  31:46
Social register (1914)  28:127
Substandard housing (1860)  32:57
Swimming Sunday (1834)  32:12
 

TITUSVILLE
Artillery Company—1827  31:23
Birth register, Dr. Barr (1857-1869)  12:61
Cemeteries
Pioneer Park  16:38
Demi-monde  31:70
G.A.R. Post—1895  13:73*
Holland Land Company sales  18:79
Italian Decorators  33:60
Kellogg, Dr. Isaac  23:33; 26:101
Oil families  1:41; 2:22, 66, 107c; 4:28, 106c; 5:93; 7:17, 20, 26; 9:81; 10:113c; 11:27; 12:53c; 14:60c, 70; 20:1, 121; 22:21, 73; 27:93; 28:1; 31:13; 32:1
See also 11:94; 12:57c; 14:60c
Prostitutes  31:70
Soldiers’ orphan school (1874)  2:87
Titus family  20:1, 121; 25:152c
 

BOROUGHS
Note: for incorporation & boundaries of all boroughs, see 20:91
Adamsville
Shenango Ref. Presby. Ch.—session minutes (1834-1867)  13:1, 101
See also relatives of Adam Owry  11:78
Blooming Valley
school children 1851-52  30:134
1890 Census of Veterans  32:118*
Cambridge Springs
social register, 1914  28:127
1890 Census of Veterans  32:130*
Centreville–1890 Census of Veterans  32:113*
Cochranton
Adams family  23:5; 24:145c
Associate Reformed Church—records  5:107
Cemetery inscriptions  28:50; 29:56, 130
Cochranton Times vital statistics (1880-1881)  22:111
Early families  6:63; 7:126c; 9:49
High School Alumni (1904)  7:70
Presbyerian Church—deaths  1:105
Thanksgiving—1879  25:52
1890 Census of Veterans  32:124*
Conneautville
Courier—vital statistics (1851-1863)  2:50
High School—history, alumni (1898)  4:88
Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church  9:1, 70
1890 Census of Veterans  32:122*
Townville—Calvary Episcopal Cemetery  3:22*
Saegertown—County Home  19:45
Tryonville—Cemetery  4:45
 

TOWNSHIPS
Note:  For formation and boundaries of all townships, see 20:41
Athens Township–1890 Census of Veterans  32:110*
Beaver Township
cemeteries  2:15, 107c
Isherwood family  16:1
1890 Census of Veterans  32:114*
Bloomfield Township
1890 Census of Veterans  32:119*
Conneaut Township
Quakers  see 21:111
1890 Census of Veterans  32:126*
East Fairfield Township
cemeteries  1:29, 108c; 2:105c
East Fallowfield Township
Adams family  32:86
Hartstown Cemetery  12:49c
Fairfield Township
Conneaut Cemetery  4:67
Elson family  29:6
May family  16:114
Vensel/Wenzel family  29:13
Greenwood Township
Benjamin Dickson (1756-1839)  30:43
Hayfield Township
Adams, Hiram & Mary family  30:128
Cole Cemetery  30:54
Country Club land  1:98
Dickson, James & Barbara (Brown) family  30:18
Frazier families  30:45
Kilday family  27:89
Rodgers Cemetery  13:56
Mead Township
1798 tax rolls  5:100
North Shenango Township
Registered voters (1887)  17:111
United Presbyterian Church  7:103
     baptisms (1857-1897)  24:136
Oil Creek Township
St. Stephen of Hungary R.C. Church marriage  28:109
Randolph Township
Brawley Cemetery  2:33, 107c
Guys Mills—Waid funeral records (1900-1906)  19:65
Hatch Cemetery  24:52
Presbyterian church—1825-1856  26:1
Richmond Township
First Baptist Church (1842-1874)  12:22
Wheelock family and cemetery  28:111
Rockdale Township
Overseers of the Poor 1827—Henry Bagley  23(2):64
1890 Census of Veterans  32:136*
Rome Township
Maple Grove Cemetery  13:27
Sadsbury Township
Barber Cemetery  18:41
BatesBattes/Betts family  26:15
Cravath Cemetery  33:46
Hughes and Shotwell families  26:20; 28:141
South Shenango Township
cemeteries  5:27
Shenango Reformed Presbyterian Church—session minutes (1834-1867)  13:1, 101
See also relatives of Adam Owry  11:78
See also Samuel Bennett's siblings  21:131
Sparta Township
Walling family  28:102
Spring Township
Foster Cemetery  10:79*
Hall, Ebenezer, J.P., marriages  17:43
Thompson Cemetery  10:80*
Steuben Township
cemeteries  3:31, 93c; 4:45c
Tryonville Cemetery  4:45
Waid Cemetery 2:67; 4:105c
Summit Township
Adams Church records  3:53
Lupfer Cemetery  13:24
Troy Township
Maple Hill Cemetery  30:8
Marriages (1864-1869)  2:31
Union Township
Perkins Cemetery  31:100
Perkins family  31:101
Some Families of “Dutch Hill”  30:75
Zion/St. Stephen’s Church baptisms (1838-1857)  30:67
Venango Township
cemeteries 2:57
Zion Church records
     baptisms (1819-1871)  18:23
     burials (1829-1830)  1:97
     confirmations, communicants  18:76
Vernon Township
Dunham Cemetery  32:95
Dunham family  32:96
Johnson family  30:114
Johnston Cemetery  11:43
Quigley Cemetery  11:47; 12:13c; 14:50c
VanHorne, Cornelius  25:96, 125; 26:100c; 28:49c; 31:40
Winkett, John letter (1850)  25:125
Wayne Township
cemeteries  1:85; 2:106c
Cochranton Cemetery  28:50; 29:56, 130
Lubold family  26:122
School children—1898  27:77
West Shenango Township
cemeteries  3:67
Woodcock Township
Coulter Cemetery  22:44
Dunn family  30:57
Jones family  28:87, 99; 30:114c
Roudebush family  21:21
Woodring family  19:1
See also Civil War drafts  14:97; 16:25, 105
 

ERIE COUNTY
Septennial Census of 1800  21:105*
Tax duplicates (1800)  19:137*
Townships (1800)  20:41 & back cover
 

MERCER COUNTY
Families
Nelson  29:21
Pew, John  26:90; 28:49c
Sheakley   24:14; 154c
French Creek Township
Milledgeville—cemetery  6:1; 12:53c
Mercer
Soldiers’ Orphan School (1877)  6:51
Septennial Census of 1800  21:99*
Tax duplicates (1800)  19:121*
Townships (1800)
20:41, 62* (Neshannock), 73* (Salem), 74* (Sandy Lake and Sandy Creek), 87* (West Salem), & back cover
 

VENANGO COUNTY

Allegheny Twp
formation & boundaries (1798-1822)  20:43*, 64*
Septennial census (1800)  21:102*
Cherrytree Township
Elijah Stewart’s descendants  14:70; 21:161c
formation & boundaries (1806-1822)  20:48*, 64*
Concord Presbyterian Church (1842-1870)  10:21
Families
Stewart  14:70; 21:161c
Irwin Township
formation & boundaries (1795-1801)  20:59*
Septennial census (1800)  21:102*
Oil region prostitutes  31:70
Plum Township
formation (1806-1822)  20:66*
Septennial Census of 1800
21:13, 20* (Mead & Oil Creek Twps.), 102* (Allegheny & Irwin Twps.)
Sugar Creek Township
formation & boundaries (1801-1822)  20:78*
Tax duplicates (1800)
19:20* (Mead Twp.), 29* (Oil Creek Twp.), 135* (Allegheny Twp.), 142* (Erie Twp.)
 

WARREN COUNTY

Septennial census of 1800
21:21* (Oil Creek Twp.), 104* (Allegheny Twp.)
Tax duplicates (1800)
19:20* (Mead Twp.), 131* (Irwin & Allegheny Twps.)