Place:Clearfield, Pennsylvania, United States

Contained Places
Borough
Bloomington
Brisbin ( 1854 - )
Burnside ( 1874 - )
Chester Hill
Clearfield ( Apr 1840 - )
Coalport
Curwensville ( 1812 - )
Falls Creek
Glen Hope
Grampian
Houtzdale ( 1869 - )
Irvona
Lumber City ( 1838 - )
Mahaffey ( 1889 - )
New Washington ( 1839 - )
Newburg
Osceola Mills
Ramey
Troutville ( 1854 - )
Wallaceton ( Jan 1873 - )
Westover
Cemetery
Alexander Cemetery
Bradford Cemetery
Chestnut Grove Methodist Church Cemetery
Crown Crest Memorial Park
Lumber City Cemetery
McClure Cemetery
Mount Joy Cemetery
Oak Hill Cemetery
Census-designated place
Allport ( - )
Bigler
Grassflat
Hawk Run
Hyde
Kylertown
Morrisdale
Plymptonville
Sandy
Treasure Lake
West Decatur
Inhabited place
Adrian Furnace
Allemans
Almaden
Amesville
Anderson Creek
Ansonville
Ashland
Atlantic
Baney Settlement
Banian Junction
Barrett
Beaverton
Belford
Bells Landing
Belsena Mills
Belsena
Berwinsdale
Bethlehem
Betz
Beulah
Bilger Rocks
Bishtown
Blain City
Boardman
Booker
Bower
Bretonville
Bridgeport
Burly
C And M Junction
Carnwath
Cataract
Cherry Corner
Chesterfield
Chestnut Grove
Clear Run
Clearfield Junction
Clover Run
Congress Hill
Cooper Settlement
Coudley
Croft
Cuba Mines
Curry Run
Dale
Decaturville
Diehltown
Dimeling
Dowler Junction
Drane
Drifting
DuBois ( 1881 - )
Eden
Egypt
Erhard
Eriton
Fairview
Faunce
Fernwood
Five Points
Forest
Frenchville ( 1835 - )
Gallows Harbor
Gazzam
Gearhartville
Gelnett
Gillingham
Ginter
Glen Richey
Glendale
Gobbler Knob
Golden Rod Farms
Goshen
Goss Run Junction
Graham
Gray
Greenville
Guenot Settlement
Hale
Harmony
Hegarty Crossroads
Helvetia
Henderson
Hepburnia
Heverly
Hollywood
Home Camp
Hoovertown
Hudson
Huntley
Irishtown
Iselin Heights
Janesville
Jeffries
Keewaydin
Kellytown
Kendrick
Kerr
Kerrmoor
Krebs
La Jose
Laborde
Lanse
Lecontes Mills
Leonard
Luthersburg
Lyleville
Madera ( Sep 1881 - )
Marron
Mascot
Mayes
McCarthey
McGees Mills
McPherron
Middleton
Mill Run
Mineral Springs
Morann
Morgans Land
Mount Hope
Mount Joy
Mount Pleasant
Mowry
Munson
Narrows Creek
Needful
New Castle
New Liberty
New London
New Millport
Newtonburg
Newtown
Oak Grove
Oak Hill
Oak Ridge
Oklahoma
Olanta
Oshanter
Ostend
Palestine
Pardee
Parsonsville
Patchinville
Peale
Penfield
Pennville
Pine Grove
Pine Top
Pleasant Hill
Pottersdale
Riverview
Rockton
Rolling Stone
Rosebud
Rowles
Sabula
Salem
Sanborn
Scotch Hollow
Shaffer
Shawville
Shiloh
Smith Mills
Smoke Run
Spring Valley
Stanley
Sterling
Stifflertown
Stronach
Stumptown
Surveyor
Susquehanna Bridge
Sylvan Grove
Sylvis
Thompsontown
Troy
Tyler
Utahville
Victor
Viola
Walltown
Walsh
Walton
Waltzvale
Waukesha
West Liberty
West Moshannon
Whiteside
Winburne
Winterburn
Woodland
Township
Beccaria ( Aug 1807 - )
Bell ( 4 May 1835 - )
Bigler (township) ( 1883 - )
Bloom ( 14 Jan 1860 - )
Boggs ( 1838 - )
Bradford ( Aug 1807 - )
Brady ( 1826 - )
Burnside (township) ( 4 May 1835 - )
Chest ( 16 Oct 1826 - )
Cooper ( 18 Jan 1884 - )
Covington ( Apr 1817 - )
Decatur ( 1828 - )
Ferguson ( 7 Feb 1839 - )
Girard ( Sep 1832 - )
Goshen (township) ( 4 Feb 1845 - )
Graham (township) ( 22 Aug 1856 - )
Greenwood ( 19 Mar 1875 - )
Gulich ( 1858 - )
Huston ( 1839 - )
Jordan ( 5 Feb 1835 - )
Karthaus (township) ( 3 Feb 1841 - )
Knox ( 19 May 1854 - )
Lawrence ( Apr 1813 - )
Morris ( 3 Apr 1836 - )
Penn ( 4 Feb 1834 - )
Pike ( Nov 1813 - )
Pine ( 10 Apr 1873 - )
Sandy (township) ( Sep 1878 - )
Union ( Dec 1848 - )
Woodward ( 3 Feb 1846 - )
Unknown
Conway
East End
source: Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names
source: Family History Library Catalog


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Clearfield County is a county located in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. As of the 2010 census, the population was 81,642. The county seat is Clearfield, and the largest city is DuBois. The entire county makes up the Dubois, PA Micropolitan Statistical Area.

Contents

Timeline

Date Event Source
1804 County formed Source:Red Book: American State, County, and Town Sources
1805 Land records recorded Source:Red Book: American State, County, and Town Sources
1810 First census Source:Population of States and Counties of the United States: 1790-1990
1823 Probate records recorded Source:Red Book: American State, County, and Town Sources
1850 No significant boundary changes after this year Source:Population of States and Counties of the United States: 1790-1990

Population History

Sources: Source:Population of States and Counties of the United States: 1790-1990
2000 & 2010 Numbers from U.S. Census Bureau QuickFacts
Census Year Population
1810 875
1820 2,342
1830 4,803
1840 7,834
1850 12,586
1860 18,759
1870 25,741
1880 43,408
1890 69,565
1900 80,614
1910 93,768
1920 103,236
1930 86,727
1940 92,094
1950 85,957
1960 81,534
1970 74,619
1980 83,578
1990 78,097
2000 83,380
2010 81,642

Research Tips

External links

  • Outstanding guide to Clearfield County family history and genealogy resources (FamilySearch Research Wiki). Birth, marriage, and death records, censuses, wills, deeds, county histories, cemeteries, churches, newspapers, libraries, and genealogical societies.
  • www.clearfieldco.org/


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