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History and Genealogy

 

 Tioga County was created on March 26, 1804 from part of Lycoming County and named for the Tioga River. Its county seat is Wellsboro.

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 Tioga County Data Online

Recent Updates
July 2014: Cemeteries: Inscriptions From Gravestones in Cemetery at Lawrenceville, Tioga Co., Pa.

October 2014: News: Records Stolen From Public Offices, Judge Cancels August 1830 Circuit Court; Young Lady Awarded $500 for Slander
March 2014: 1883 Pensioners - transcribed by Mary Saggio
July 2013: Civil War Three Year Volunteer Enlistment Records - Transcribed by Tammy Clark
March 2013: Bios - JAMES S. BOWEN - Submitted by M.K.Krogman

 BIOGRAPHIES
BIRTHS
CEMETERIES
CENSUS
1820 census - Contributed by George Taylor
DEATHS
Obituaries and Death Notices  
Obituary Index for The Gazette, Wellsboro, PA - Contributed by Tammy Clark
HISTORY

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

Pioneers :

Wellsboro in 1839
MARRIAGES

MARRIAGES BY REV. JOHN CALDWELL, 1854-1883 TIOGA AND COLUMBIA COUNTIES - Contributed by Barbara Ziegenmeyer

Marriage Notices and Wedding Announcements  
NEWSPAPERS

Miscellaneous News Articles

Local Village Gossip

 Wellsboro News:  June 20, 1923 - Contributed by Jan Stypula (Names mentioned: Bailey, Bloise, Bower, Brown, Bunnell, Campbell, Dartt, Douglass, Dusinberre, Emberger, Evans, Faber, Farber, Gerow, Hinckley, Kane, Lehman, MacNulty, Marsh, McCandless, Rexford, Roberts, Scase, Selleck, Sherwood, Smith, Smoyer, Young)

Farmington News :  June 20, 1923 - Contributed by Jan Stypula (Names mentioned: Badmone, Baker, Evans, Hood, House, Losey, Mourey, Palmer, Peck, Seamans, Teachman)

Middlebury News: June 20, 1923 - Contributed by Jan Stypula (Names mentioned: Ames, Bliss, Bryan, Bush, Cady, Clugston, Cole, Davis, Husted, Jacobson, Mac Glen, Mosher, Neal, Palmer, Rawson, Taylor, Whiting)

Osceola News:  June 20, 1923 - Contributed by Jan Stypula (Names mentioned: Brant , Brimmer, Brooks , Houek, McInroy, Roblyer, Thompson)
MILITARY

Korean and Vietnam War Casualties - Transcribed by Tammy Clark

 World War II Honor List of Dead and Missing Army and Army Air Forces Personnel
- Transcribed by Tammy Clark


Congressional Medal of Honor & Distinguished Service Cross & Distinguished Service Medal Issued by the War Department, 1919 - Transcribed by Tammy Clark

Civil War Three Year Volunteer Enlistment Records - Transcribed by Tammy Clark

1883 Pensioners - transcribed by Mary Saggio
 

Surrounding Counties

Steuben County, New York (north)

Chemung County, New York (northeast)

Bradford County (east)

Lycoming County (south)

Potter County (west)


 

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