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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Susquehanna County Data Online
News: McNulty Family Dies in Fire, Mr. Mack's Factory Destroyed by Fire
Obituaries and Death Notices: Adams, James; Avery, Julius; Biddle, James C.; Bloxham, Joseph H.; Brock Jr.,
Frederick; Cole, Minnie C.; Conrad, Oscar; Daniels, Daniel; Drinker, Henry S.; Follett, Edward; Havard, John; Jessup,
George S.; Lancaster, Anna M.; Little, Robert R.; Pepper, Andrew Jackson; Egan, James J.; Shaw, Cornelius; Read,
Almon H.; Roach, W.C.; Robbins, Isaac; Sands, Elizabeth; Sayre, B. Chapman; Shay, Wrighter - children of; Sheehan,
Ellen; Sieber, Arlettie; Smith, Elijah N.; Stephens, Philander; Walker, Enoch - Contributed by Denise Hansen
History: The Capture of Isaac Tripp - Contributed by Denise Hansen
Death Notice: Robert Kerr
Crime News: Mrs. John Priestly and Grandson Murdered -- Contributed by Jim Dezotell
Obit: Nathan Chase