Union County was created on March 22, 1813 from part of Northumberland County. Its name is
an allusion to the federal Union. Its county seat is Lewisburg.
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 or Nancy
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.
Death Notice: George A. Miller; News: Mr. Richter's Store Robbed, Wagoner's Mill Destroyed by Fire, John Hain's
Daughter Killed in Mill Accident
March 2014: 1883 Pensioners - transcribed by Laura Eitniear
January 2014: Letters of Administration (1813-1818) - Transcribed by Tammy Clark; Wills of Union County (1813-1818)
- Transcribed by Tammy Clark; Union County Marriages Notices from the Sunbury American and Shamokin Journal - Transcribed
by Tammy Clark; Union County Death Notices from the Sunbury American and Shamokin Journal - Transcribed by Tammy
July 2013: Civil War Three Year Volunteer Enlistment Records - Transcribed by Tammy Clark
Lycoming County (north)
Snyder County (south)
Northumberland County (east)
Mifflin County (west)
Centre County (northwest)
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