Place:Indiana, Pennsylvania, United States

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Contained Places
Borough
Blairsville
Cherry Tree
Clymer
Creekside
Ernest
Glen Campbell
Homer City
Indiana
Marion Center
Plumville
Saltsburg
Shelocta
Smicksburg
Census-designated place
Black Lick
Chevy Chase Heights
Commodore
Heilwood
Jacksonville
Lucerne Mines
Rossiter
Deserted settlement
Centerville ( 1900 - 1977 )
Robindale
Inhabited place
Advance
Alverda
Ambrose
Arcadia
Armagh
Aultman
Barnards
Barton
Ben Avon
Beyer
Boltz
Bow
Bowdertown
Brush Valley
Bryan Hill Manor
Buck Run
Campbells Mill
Canoe Ridge
Chambersville
Chestnut Grove
Claghorn
Clarksburg
Claypoole Heights
Climax
Clyde
Coal Run
Conpitt Junction
Cookport
Coral
Covode
Coy Junction
Coy
Cramer
Crete
Cush Creek
Cush Cushion Crossing
Davis
Deckers Point
Denton
Diamondville
Dicksonville
Dilltown
East Plumville
East Run
Edgewood
Elders Ridge
Elkin
Enterprise
Ewings Mill
Fairfield Heights
Fillmore
Five Points
Fleming Summit
Flora
Foster
Fowler Heights
Fulton Run
Gaiblton
Georgeville
Germany
Getty Heights
Gilpin
Gipsy
Gorman Summit
Graceton
Grafton
Grandview
Grisemore
Heshbon
Hillman
Hillsdale
Home
Hooverhurst
Idamar
Ideal
Iselin
Jewtown
Johnsonburg
Josephine
Juneau
Keal Run
Kenwood
Kinter Crossing
Kintersburg
Learn Settlement
Lewisville
Littletown
Lochvale
Locust
Logan
Loop
Lovejoy
Luciusboro
Manor
Manver
Marchand
Martintown
McCormick
McIntyre
McKeages Crossing
Mentcle
Mottarns Mill
Nashville
Nolo
North Point
Nowrytown
Onberg
Palmertown
Parkwood
Penn Run
Pikes Peak
Pine Flats
Pineton
Pleasant Hill
Purchase Line
Rayne
Raytown
Red Barn
Rembrant
Rexis
Rico
Robinson
Rochester Mills
Roseboro
Rossmoyne
Savan
Seamentown
Shado-Wood Village
Sidney
Smathers
Smith
Smithport
Snyder
Spruce
Starford
Stiles Crossing
Strangford
Strongstown
Suncliff
Tanoma
Taylorsville
Tearing Run
Tide
Trade City
Tunnelton
Two Lick
Uniontown
Upper Two Lick
Urey
Wandin Junction
Wandin
Waterman
Wehrum
Weimer
Wells
West Lebanon
White
Wilgus
Willet
Township
Armstrong
Black Lick (township)
Brush Valley (township)
Burrell
Canoe
Cherryhill
Conemaugh
East Mahoning
Montgomery
North Mahoning
Pine
Rayne (township)
Washington
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source: Family History Library Catalog


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Indiana County is a county located in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania.As of the 2010 census, the population was 88,880. Its county seat is Indiana.

Indiana County was created on March 30, 1803, from parts of Westmoreland and Lycoming Counties, and is probably named for the Indiana Territory, and it is also interesting since the county boundaries are somewhat shaped like the actual State of Indiana. The county proclaims itself the "Christmas Tree Capital of the World", shipping over one million trees annually. The county is entirely in the defined region of the Pittsburgh media market and since 2013 part of the Pittsburgh metropolitan area as a consolidated county.

Indiana County is served by three different area codes: 724, 814, and 582.

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Timeline

Date Event Source
1803 County formed Source:Red Book: American State, County, and Town Sources
1803 Probate records recorded Source:Red Book: American State, County, and Town Sources
1806 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
1810 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
1810 6,214
1820 8,882
1830 14,252
1840 20,782
1850 27,170
1860 33,687
1870 36,138
1880 40,527
1890 42,175
1900 42,556
1910 66,210
1920 80,910
1930 75,395
1940 79,854
1950 77,106
1960 75,366
1970 79,451
1980 92,281
1990 89,994

Research Tips

External links

  • Outstanding guide to Indiana 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.indianapa.info


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