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History and Genealogy

 

Forest County was created on April 11, 1848 from part of Jefferson County. The county was enlarged on October 31, 1866 when part of Venango County was incorporated into the county. Tionesta is the county seat.

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Biographies:  

1860 Federal Census, Tionesta Twp, Page 5 & 6

Obituaries and Death Notices  

HISTORY

NEWSPAPERS

Marriage Notices and Wedding Announcements

PAST UPDATES

MILITARY

Recent Updates
April 2018
News-Accidents: Morris Henlein Killed by Horse, Charles Zeigler Breaks Leg, Elizabeth Anderson Critically Injured
News-Fires: T. D. Adams's Store Destroyed by Fire
Misc News: Philips Bros. to Dig Wells
Marriage Notice: Nutting-Miller
Death Notices: E. P. Osgood

 

Surrounding Counties

Warren County (north)

McKean County (northeast)

Elk County (east)

Jefferson County (south)

Clarion County (south)

Venango County (west)

 

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