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Clarion County

Hi and welcome to the Clarion County Pennsylvania Genealogy Project. This website is in need of a County Team Associate. Please Contact Us if you’d be interesting in helping to develop this resource. 
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The links below will take you to the various PA-Roots DataBoards and other resources for Clarion County.  At last check there are over 4,760 individual data records posted.

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We also have a Photo Gallery setup for Clarion County that contains pictures of People and Places around Clarion County.  Click Here to visit the Photo Gallery, there are currently over 250 photos.
We have completed the transcription of the book “History of Clarion County” by AJ Davis
You’ll also want to check out all the data articles that are posted for Clarion County below.

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Carney Family Cemetery, Clarion Township, Clarion County

ANDREW CARNEY, DIED AUG. 10, 1855, AGE 70 YRS.BARBARA E. CARNEY, DIED JAN. 20, 184*, AGE 75 YEARSTHREE SMALL GRAVES MARKED WITH FIELD STONES.

History of Clarion County

History of Clarion County AJ Davis; Syracuse, N.Y.: D. Mason & Co. 1887 Table of Contents   Preface Chapter I – Pennsylvania Prom First Settlement to the Revolution Chapter II…

History of Clarion County – Brief Personals

BRIEF PERSONALS ALEXANDER, GEORGE, Licking p.o., Washington, was born in York county, and was one of the children of William and Nancy Ann Alexander. The family came to the township…

Chapter 75 – Biographical Sketches

CHAPTER LXXV. BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES CAMPBELL, HON. JAMES.* In the year 1774 Robert Campbell, a Scotch-Irishman, together with his wife and family, emigrated from the State of Delaware and settled in…

Chapter 74 – History of Washington Township

CHAPTER LXXIV HISTORY OF WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP This township is situated in the northwest corner of Clarion county. It was formed in the year 1843 from ten warrants of Pine Grove,…

Chapter 73 – History of Toby Township

CHAPTER LXXIII HISTORY OF TOBY TOWNSHIP TOBY township was one of the first townships in what is now Clarion county. It is extended from the present line of Porter and…

Chapter 72 – History of Starttanville Borough

CHAPTER LXXII HISTORY OF STRATTANVILLE BOROUGH This borough, a handsomely located village, is situated wholly within the limits of Clarion township, on the “Turnpike,” about three miles east of Clarion…

Chapter 71 – History of Sligo Borough

CHAPTER LXXI HISTORY OF SLIGO BOROUGH The territory embraced within the present limits of Sligo borough was settled at an early date, but by whom is not definitely known to…

Chapter 70 – History of Salem Township

CHAPTER LXX HISTORY OF SALEM TOWNSHIP Salem township was erected in 1856, from parts of Richland and Beaver townships. It is bounded on the north by Venango county and Ashland…

Chapter 69 – History of St Petersburg Borough

CHAPTER LXIX HISTORY OF ST. PETERSBURG BOROUGH The land now included within the limits of the borough of St. Petersburg, in Clarion county, Pennsylvania, was granted by the Commonwealth of…