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Welcome to Greene County Pennsylvania
History and Genealogy

 

Greene County was created on February 9, 1796 from part of Washington County and named for General Nathaniel Greene. Its county seat is Waynesburg.

THIS COUNTY IS AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION!!

If you have the desire to help transcribe genealogical data and place it online for the free use of all researchers, contact Kim to become a host. Volunteer Information is available here.


This County currently does not have a host. This means that there is no one available to help answer your questions about this county's history or to help you with your family's genealogy within this county.
WE REGRET THAT WE ARE UNABLE TO DO PERSONAL RESEARCH FOR YOU.  

 Greene County Data Online

Recent Updates

October 2014: Death Notice: Robert Whitehill, Isaac Weaver; Marriage Notice: Sanders-Starr
October 2013: 1883 Pensioners - Transcribed by Barb Yeagley
June 2013: Civil War Three Year Volunteer Enlistment Records - Transcribed by Tammy Clark

 Biographies    



Lindsay Bible Records - Transcribed by Debbie Ovechka



CENSUS



DEATHS



HISTORY

The Muddy Creek Ledger - Transcribed by Debbie Ovechka

Early History of Franklin Township, Greene County, PA - Transcribed by Debbie Ovechka

1843 History of Greene County - [Source: Historical Collections of the State of Pennsylvania, by Sherman Day, 1843]



MARRIAGES

Marriage Notices and Wedding Announcements
Marriage Records   List of marriage records from docket book of Jay Thompson, Justice of Peace at Carmichaels, PA - Transcribed by Debbie Ovechka



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Surrounding Counties

Washington County (north) Fayette County (east) Monongalia County, West Virginia (south)
Wetzel County, West Virginia (southwest) Marshall County, West Virginia (west)  

 

 

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