Place:Fayette, Pennsylvania, United States

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NameFayette
Alt namesFayettesource: Getty Vocabulary Program
TypeCounty
Coordinates40.117°N 79.75°W
Located inPennsylvania, United States     (1783 - )
Contained Places
Borough
Belle Vernon
Brownsville
Dawson
Dunbar
Everson
Fairchance
Fayette City
Markleysburg
Masontown
Newell
Ohiopyle
Perryopolis
Point Marion
Seven Springs
Smithfield
South Connellsville
Vanderbilt
Cemetery
Ache Cemetery
Hopewell Cemetery
Jacob's Evangelical Lutheran Cemetery
Tent Presbyterian Cemetery
Census-designated place
East Uniontown
Grindstone-Rowes Run
Hiller
Hopwood
Leith-Hatfield
New Salem-Buffington
Oliver
Republic
Deserted settlement
Watsondale
Inhabited place
Ache
Adah
Adelaide
Albany
Alica
Allison Heights
Allison
Amend
Antram
Arensburg
Arnold City
Atlantic
Balsinger
Banning
Bear Rocks
Bethelboro
Bidwell
Bitner
Blosser Hill
Bowest
Bowood
Braznell
Breakneck
Brier Hill
Broad Ford
Brown Row
Brownfield
Brownstown
Buena Vista
Buffington
Bute
Cardale
Chadville
Chalkhill
Chamouni
Champion
Chestnut Ridge
Church Hill
Clayford
Clinton
Coffman
Coldbrook
Collier
Connellsville
Continental Number 2
Coolspring
Cornish
Crystal
Curfew
Davidson
Davistown
Dearth
Deer Lake
Deffenbaugh
Dickerson Run
Dry Hill
Dugan Hill
Dutch Hill
East Fairchance
East Fredricktown
East Millsboro
East Riverside
Edenborn
Elk Park
Elliottsville
Emery
Evans Manor
Evans
Factory Hill
Fairbank
Fairhope
Fairmont
Farmington
Fayette Springs
Ferguson
Fiketown
Filbert
Five Forks
Flat Rock
Flatwoods
Footedale
Fuller
Furnace Hill
Gallatin
Gans
Gates
Gibbon Glade
Gillespie
Gilmore
Glades
Graham Crossing
Grays Landing
Greater Point Marion
Greenwood Heights
Grindstone
Haddenville
Hammondville
Hardy Hill
Hatfield
Haydentown
Hays
Heistersburg
Helen
Herbert
Hibbs
Highhouse
Hogsett
Hoover
Horners Mill
Hulltown
Hutchinson
Indian Head
Irishtown
Isabella
Jefferis
Jumonville
Juniata
Kaufmann
Keeny Row
Keisterville
Kenneth
Kier
Kingview
La Belle
Lake Run
Lamberton
Landon Station
Lardin
Laurel Hill
Laurelville
Layton
Leckrone
Leisenring
Leith
Lemont Furnace
Lewis Crossing
Liberty
Linn
Little Summit
Locust Hill
Lower Peanut
Luzerne
Lynn
Lynnwood
Mahoning
Maple Grove
Marchandville
Martin
Maxwell
McClellandtown
McClure
Meadowbrook
Melcroft
Melrose
Merrittstown
Messmore
Mill Run Junction
Mill Run
Millertown
Millsboro
Monarch
Morgan
Morris Crossroads
Mount Braddock
Mount Independence
Mount Sterling
Mount Washington
Moyer
Naomi
Nebo
Nellie
New Geneva
New Haven
New Salem
Newcomer
Nilan
Normalville
North Manor
Old Frame
Oliphant Furnace
Orient
Outcrop
Owensdale
Palmer
Pechin
Penncraft
Pennsville
Percy
Phillips
Pleasant Hill
Pleasant Valley
Plummer
Point Breeze
Poplar Grove
Prittstown
Puritan
Raineytown
Ralph
Rasler Run
Redstone
Reservoir Hill
Rocks Works
Rogers Mill
Rogerstown
Romney
Ronco
Rothruck
Rowes Run
Ruble Mill
Sagamore
Sandy Hill
Sea Right
Searights
Shamrock
Shoaf
Sitka
Smiley
Smock
South Uniontown
Springhill
Sprucetown
Stonerville
Sunshine
Superior
Thompson Number 1
Thompson Number 2
Tippecanoe
Tower Hill Number One
Tower Hill Number Two
Trotter
Troytown
Tuckertown
Uledi
Uniontown
Upper Middletown
Upper Peanut
Vances Mill
Walker
Walnut Hill
Waltersburg
West Bend
West Leisenring
Wharton Furnace
Wheeler
White House
White
Whitsett
Wickhaven
Winstead
Woddale
Wood Run
Woodbridgetown
Woodglen
Woodside
York Run
Youngstown
Township
Bullskin
Dunbar (township)
Georges
German
Jefferson
Menallen
North Union
Perry
Redstone (township)
Saltlick
South Union
Springhill (township)
Stewart
Washington (township)
Unknown
Cheat Haven
Dunlap's Creek
Elliotsville
source: Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names
source: Family History Library Catalog


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Fayette County is a county located in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. As of the 2010 census, the population was 136,606. Its county seat is Uniontown.

Fayette County was created on September 26, 1783, from part of Westmoreland County and named after the Marquis de Lafayette. The county is part of the Pittsburgh Metropolitan Statistical Area.

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Timeline

Date Event Source
1783 County formed Source:Red Book: American State, County, and Town Sources
1784 Land records recorded Source:Red Book: American State, County, and Town Sources
1784 Probate records recorded Source:Red Book: American State, County, and Town Sources
1790 First census Source:Population of States and Counties of the United States: 1790-1990
1790 No significant boundary changes after this year Source:Population of States and Counties of the United States: 1790-1990

Population History

source: Source:Population of States and Counties of the United States: 1790-1990
Census Year Population
1790 13,325
1800 20,159
1810 24,714
1820 27,285
1830 29,172
1840 33,574
1850 39,112
1860 39,909
1870 43,284
1880 58,842
1890 80,006
1900 110,412
1910 167,449
1920 188,104
1930 198,542
1940 200,999
1950 189,899
1960 169,340
1970 154,667
1980 159,417
1990 145,351

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External links

  • Outstanding guide to Fayette 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.


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