Free Every Name Indexes for Old County Histories
Every Name Index to History of Washington County, Pennsylvania
From its first settlement to the present time. First under Virginia as Yohogania, Ohio, or Augusta County until 1781, and subsequently under Pennsylvania; with sketches of all the townships, boroughs, and villages, etc.; and to which is added a full account of the celebrated Mason and Dixon's line, the key whiskey insurrection, Indian warfare, traditional and local historical events.
Compiled by Cathy L. O'Connor, © 2016.
Original text by Alfred Creigh, published by B. Singerly, printer, 1871.
How to use this index
1. Search for your ancestor below under "Alphabetical Index". The number following the name in the index is the page in the original text where the person is mentioned.
2. Look below where you searched the alphabetical index, it says "Do Your Own Look Up Here". There you will find a link to the original text online if one is available. Click that link. Find the page number in the text and search for your ancestor's name.
3. If a copy of the county history is not available online, click the "Found It! Now What?" link where you will find suggestion on how to locate a copy of the original text. To understand how the index was compiled, please visit the "About Each Index" page.
ALPHABETICAL INDEX - APPENDIX
DO YOUR OWN LOOK UP HERE
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