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Beaver County, Pa

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Beaver County was created on March 12, 1800, from parts of Allegheny and Washington Counties.

On March 20, 1849 parts of Beaver and Mercer County was joined to form Lawrence County, which now forms current day Beaver County.

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Beaver County Data Online
Recent Updates
August 2013: News-Accidents: James Stean Killed by Lightning, Charles Baker and Oliver Warner Killed by Lightning
June 2013: Bios: CRANE, Charles L - Transcribed by Charlotte Slater, R. A. Blair - Transcribed by Nancy Overlander; News-Military: Wm Hall Still Draws Pension 
May 2013: Civil War Three Year Volunteer Enlistment Records - Transcribed by Tammy Clark


Civil List of Beaver County
This list contains the names of persons who have held county offices, and also of those resident in Beaver County, who have held important offices in or under the State or National Government.

Four Mile Church History
Transcribed from 'Four Mile United Presbyterian Church - A History of Our Church'.
This book consists of two parts. Part I is a reprint (in its original form) of 'A history of the U. P. Congregation of Four Mile', compiled by Rev. Josiah Thompson in 1876. Part II is an update of the church history from 1876 to 1991.

Beaver County 1883 Pensioners

The Borough Of Beaver In 1837-38 Directory

Freedom Beaver County, Pa City Directory 1902-1903

Beaver County, Pa Newspaper Death Notices 1817-1886

Physical Aspects of the County

Officers of Beaver County

Centennial directory of President Judges, Associate Judges, Sheriffs, Treasurers, Prothonotaries, Register & Recorders, Clerk Of Courts, Commissioners, District Attorneys, Coroners, County Surveyors, County Superintendents, Poor House Directors, Trustees Of Academy, Auditors & Teachers.
Slavery in Beaver County

List Of Early Taxable Of Beaver County

Beaver Borough, Beaver Township, Shenango Township and Sewickley Township Added!
Personal Journal of Mrs. Spencer Kidder
Many Beaver County Marriages, Deaths, Births and other data. Contributed by Bob Kidder and Kat Lowrie
Beaver County Post Offices

Obituaries

Newspaper Items

Marriages

Military

 

Biographies

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Municipalities

 

Cities

Aliquippa

Beaver Falls

 

 

 

Townships

Brighton

Center

Chippewa

Darlington

Daugherty

Franklin

Greene

Hanover

Harmony

Hopewell

Independence

Marion

New Sewickley

North Sewickley

Patterson

Potter

Pulaski

Raccoon

Rochester

South Beaver

Vanport

White

 

 

 

Boroughs and Census Designated Places

Ambridge

Baden

Beaver

Big Beaver

Bridgewater

Conway

Darlington

East Rochester

Eastvale

Economy

Ellwood City

Fallston

Frankfort Springs

Freedom

Georgetown

Glasgow

Homewood

Hookstown

Industry

Koppel

Midland

Monaca

New Brighton

New Galilee

Ohioville

Patterson Heights

Rochester

Shippingport

South Heights

West Mayfield

 

 

 

Unincorporated Communities

Byersdale

Cannelton

Fombell

Frisco

Gringo

Harshaville

Kobuta

 

 

Surrounding Counties

Lawrence County  (north)

Butler County   (east)

Allegheny County   (southeast)

Washington County   (southeast)

Hancock County, West Virginia   (west)

Columbiana County, Ohio   (west)

 

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