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Revolutionary War Compiled Service Records — Connecticut
Revolutionary War Pension Files — Connecticut
Revolutionary War Compiled Service Records — Delaware
Revolutionary War Pension File Index — Delaware
New Jersey (NJ)
New York (NY)
North Carolina (NC)
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Blair County was formed in February 1846 from parts of Bedford and Huntingdon Counties (which were also created from other counties in the 1700s). It is surrounded by Centre and Clearfield Counties on the north and Bedford on the south; Huntingdon on the east and Cambria on the west. Hollidaysburg is the seat of Blair County. Records of wills and probates, and property deeds are available from 1846; and, marriage licenses are available from 1885. The major newspaper of Blair County Is the Altoona Mirror.
Obituary Index – Blair County, PA 1915-1930
Obituary Index – Blair County, PA 1931-1940
Obituary Index – Blair County, PA 1941-1950
Obituary Index – Blair County, PA 1951-1960
Obituary Index – Blair County, PA 1961-1970
Obituary Index – Blair County, PA 1971-1980
Obituary Index – Blair County, PA 1981-1990
Bradford County, Pennsylvania Birth Register
Bradford County, Pennsylvania Delayed Birth Certificates
Bradford County, Pennsylvania Death Register
Cambria County, Pennsylvania was officially established in March, 1804. Cambria was constructed from parts of Huntingdon and Somerset Counties. The seat of the county is in Ebensburg. Johnstown is another major city within the county and has a rich history. Cambria County had a high concentration of Welsh emigrants and, as such, was named to reflect the original name of Wales, Cymru. The following records are available from Cambria County: marriage licenses beginning in 1885, wills and probates beginning in 1808, naturalizations beginning in 1835, land deeds beginning 1804, and other miscellaneous items. A majority of earlier records may be found in Huntingdon County. Several newspapers have been published in the county throughout its history, to wit: Cambria Freeman, Cambria Herald, Canal & Portage Register, Cambria Tribune, Ebensburg Alleghanian, Ebensburg Democrat & Sentinel, Ebensburg Mountaineer, Ebensburg Mountaineer-Herald , Ebensburg Mountain Sentinel, Ebensburg Sky, Gallitzin Weekly Item, Hastings Tribune, Johnstown Democrat, Johnstown Daily Tribune, Johnstown Tribune, Johnstown Weekly Democrat, Johnstown Weekly Tribune, Mainliner Newspapers, Nanty Glo Journal, North Cambria News, Portage Dispatch, Star-Courier, Tribune-Democrat, and the Union Press Courier.
Civil War Consolidated Draft List – Cambria County, PA
Death Register Index (Volume 1)-Cambria County, PA
Marriage License Index – Cambria County, PA
Naturalization Docket Index – Cambria County, PA
Will Index – Cambria County, PA
Chester County, Pennsylvania Birth Register
Chester County, Pennsylvania Death Register
Marriage License Index – Chester County, PA
Chester County, PA Naturalization Index
Will Index – Chester County, PA
Estate Administrations Index – Chester County, PA
Delaware County, Pennsylvania Birth Register
Delaware County, Pennsylvania Death Register
Will Index – Delaware County, PA
Estate Administration Index – Delaware County, PA
Indiana County was established in March 1803 from portions of Westmoreland and Lycoming Counties. The seat is Indiana. It is bordered by Armstrong, Cambria, Clearfield, Jefferson, and Westmoreland Counties. Will and probate records are available from 1803, property records from 1806, and marriage licenses from 1885. Indiana County has been covered by many newspapers throughout its history. The major newspapers of note are the Blairsville Dispatch, Indiana Democrat, Indiana Gazette, Indiana Progress, Indiana Weekly Messenger, and Indiana Register.
Obituary Index – Indiana County, PA 1860s-
Will Index – Indiana County, PA (Volumes 1-9)
Indiana County, Pennsylvania Birth Register
Indiana County, Pennsylvania Delayed Birth Register
Indiana County, Pennsylvania Death Register
York County was created from a portion of Lancaster County in October, 1748. In 1800, a portion of York County became Adams County. York County is bordered by Adams, Cumberland, and Dauphin, Lancaster Counties in Pennsylvania and Baltimore and Carroll Counties, Maryland. Property deeds and will/probate records are available from 1749 and marriage licenses from 1885. There are several newspapers that have served York County, the current newspapers are the Daily Record and the Dispatch.