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Welcome to Fayette County Pennsylvania
History and Genealogy

 

Fayette County was created on September 26, 1783 from part of Westmoreland County and named for the Marquis de Lafayette. Its county seat is Uniontown.


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I do not live in this county. This means that there is no one currently available to help answer your questions about this county's history or to help you with your family's genealogy within this county.

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 Recent Updates

January 2016
Obits: Peter Hawk, David Hoar, Eliza Hoar, Warren Rodeheaver -
submitted by Tonya Laughery Luckey


 BIOGRAPHIES



Oakgrove Cemetery, Uniontown  


Land Deeds and Transfers


DEATHS


DISASTERS


1843 History of Fayette County

Post Offices


Marriage Records from the Uniontown Genius

Select Marriage Dockets


MILITARY


NEWSPAPERS

1800's articles  

1900's articles



Obituaries and Death Notices



Past Updates



WILLS AND PROBATE RECORDS

 

Surrounding Counties

Westmoreland County (north)

Preston County, West Virginia (south)

Greene County (west)

Somerset County (east)

Monongalia County, West Virginia (southwest)

Washington County (northwest)

Garrett County, Maryland (southeast)

 

 

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