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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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 BIOGRAPHIES



CEMETERY

Oakgrove Cemetery, Uniontown  Gadd family transcriptions


COURT RECORDS



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NEWSPAPERS




WILLS AND PROBATE RECORDS
 Recent Updates
October 2014: News: Samuel Little's Son Killed in Accident
September 2014: Bios: Jesse Ingels, Thomas A Pollock, Jacob Vaughn
March 2014: 1883 Pensioners - Transcribed by Tammy Clark
January 2014: News - William Spalding Killed - Transcribed by Veneta McKinney
June 2013: 1800's News: Slave of Gen. Washington Still Living;
Civil War Three Year Volunteer Enlistment Records - Transcribed by Tammy Clark
May 2013: Bio: Robert I. Skiles - Tr. by Tammie Rudder

 

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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