Susquehanna County was created on February 21, 1810 from part of Luzerne
County and named for the Susquehanna River. Its county seat is Montrose.
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RESEARCH FOR YOU.
Susquehanna County Data Online
Fox-Strong Marriage Record
News: Robert Peironnett's Store Destroyed by Fire
May 2014: News: Smith Children Drown in Susquehanna; Bios: FOOT Jesse, FOOT Silas B - Transcribed by Anna Parks
March 2014: Marriage and Death Records 1816-1849 Copied from the Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania Newspapers Vol.
22 - transcribed by Sally Masteller ; 1883 Pensioners - transcribed by Dee Notaro
August 2013: Susquehanna County Marriages 1816-1849 Part 4 - transcribed by Sally Masteller
July 2013: Civil War Three Year Volunteer Enlistment Records - Transcribed by Tammy Clark; Susquehanna County Marriages
1816-1849 Part 2 - transcribed by Sally Masteller; Susquehanna County Marriages 1816-1849 Part 3 - transcribed
by Sally Masteller
June 2013: Susquehanna County Marriages (1816-1849) - transcribed by Shannon Read
October 2012: Biography: MULFORD, Elisha - Transcribed by Richard Ramos