Go to Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Diana, Goddess of the Hunt — for Ancestors!
 
Go to Every-Name Index
Every-Name Index
Microsoft Explorer and Chrome no longer display HTML code correctly. Please use Firefox to view my pages.
 
Townships in the 1790 Pennsylvania Census
The purpose of this page is to help you find particular counties and townships on the microfilm rolls of the 1790 Census and, for those counties that were not yet in their final form in 1790, to know what later counties these census records would belong in today.  You can use the links below to jump directly to a county, or you might want to read the "explanation" first, to make the table below more intelligible.

Links in ALL-CAPS are to the counties as enumerated in 1790.  Links in Initial-Caps are to counties formed after 1790, where some of the included townships came ultimately to rest.  Some counties appear in several places in the table, which is why there are multiple links for some counties.

[ üThe check marks  are for my own research purposes.  Please ignore them.]

Adams
ALLEGHENY
ALLEGHENY2
Armstrong
Armstrong2
Armstrong3

Beaver
Beaver2
BEDFORD
BERKS ü
Blair
Blair2
Bradford
Bradford2
BUCKS ü
Butler

Cambria
Cambria2
Cameron
Carbon
Centre
Centre2
Centre3
CHESTER
Clarion
Clearfield
Clearfield2
Clinton
Columbia
Crawford
CUMBERLAND

DAUPHIN
DELAWARE

Elk
Erie

FAYETTE
Forest
Fulton
FRANKLIN

Greene

HUNTINGDON
Huntingdon2

Indiana
Indiana2
Indiana3

Jefferson
Juniata
Juniata2

Lackawanna
Lawrence
LANCASTER
Lebanon
Lebanon2
Lehigh
LUZERNE
Luzerne2
Lycoming

McKean
Mercer
Mercer2
MIFFLIN ü
MIFFLIN2 ü
Mifflin3
Mifflin4
Monroe
MONTGOMERY
MONTGOMERY2
Montour

NORTHAMPTON
NORTHUMBERLAND

Ontario [extinct]

Perry
PHILADELPHIA
Pike
Potter

Schuylkill
Schuylkill2
Schuylkill3
Snyder
Somerset
Sullivan
Susquehanna

Tioga

Union

Venango
Venango2
Venango3

Warren
Warren2
WASHINGTON
Wayne
WESTMORELAND
WESTMORELAND2
Wyoming

YORK
 

EXPLANATION:

The 1790 Census of Pennsylvania is contained in eight volumes, which were filmed by the National Archives on two rolls of microfilm (M-637-8 and -9).  Each of the Heritage Quest Census Microfilm CDs contains the digitized images from one roll of microfilm.  The indexes on the CDs are divided into numbered "PARTS," each of which contains one volume.

Most of the census pages appear not to have been originally numbered.  The numbers  appear to have been added at one time because they occur in the same hand, with the same writing implement, and across all volumes on both microfilm rolls — which makes me suspect this numbering was done at the time the pages were microfilmed.  These are the page numbers used in the index on the CD.

Berk County is the major exception, where its pages (1-169) appear to have been  numbered originally.  Given that Berks Co. is the first county on Volume 1, the original numbers correspond to the numbers in the index making it the only county where there is this correspondence between original and added page numbers.

I had hoped by carefully noting original versus added page numbers that I could sort out the discrepancies between the page numbers given on the Heritage Quest CDs and the page numbers as given on the Broderbund Census Index CD for 1790 (CD-311).  This has not been the case, and so I find the Broderbund CD virtually useless for finding a particular individual on a particular census page. 

The index below is my direct reading of the digitized microfilm on this CD.  It is verbatim, even when I knew the scribe had misspelled a placename, in which case I supplied the current name in brackets [].  Also, to save room in the table, I abbreviated "Township," as "Twp.," even though in the record it was always spelled out.  The indexes below are not just blind copies of the indices produced by the census clerks, ca. 1900-1901, as are sometimes given on the CD, though the two agree about 98% of the time.

"HN" = an historical note added by me (information that was not in the census).

 
— First Roll —

Family Quest Archives:  Pennsylvania Federal Census 1790:  Berks, Chester, Delaware, Huntingdon, Mifflin (part), Luzerne, Dauphin, Northampton, Cumberland, Fayette, Westmoreland (part), Bucks, and Lancaster Counties.  Heritage Quest CD M637-8.

The source for this CD was:

1965.  Population Schedules of the First Census of the United State, 1790:  Roll 8, Pennsylvania, Volumes 1-5.  Microcopy No. 673.  National Archives Microfilm Publications, Washington, DC.

-
 Heritage Quest CD-M637-8:  Pennsylvania Census, 1790, Roll 8
PART 1 = Volume 1
Unless stated otherwise, the numbers are those written on the original pages; they correspond to the pages in the index on the CD. Current
Location
Berks
County
[the 
boundaries
of Berks Co.
did not
stabilize
until 1811]
Borough of Reading 1-17 Berks
Oley 18-24 Berks
Amity 24-29 Berks
Allsace [Alsace] 30-34 Berks
Exeter 35-40 Berks
Maidencreek 40-44 Berks
Earl 45-48 Berks
East District 48-52 Berks1
Ruscomb [Ruscomb Manor] 53-56 Berks
Douglas [Douglass] 56-59 Berks
Brecknock 59-61 Berks
Cumru 61-69 Berks
Windsor 69-75 Berks
Richmond 76-79 Berks
Maxatany [Maxatawny] 80-85 Berks
Long-Swamp [Longswamp] 85-89 Berks
Hereford 89-95 Berks
Bern 96-108 Berks
Colebrokdale [Colebrookdale] 109-112 Berks
Robeson 113-119 Berks
Rockland 120-124 Berks
Tulpehocken 125-136 Berks
Cearnarvon [Caernarvon] 137-140 Berks
Heidelberg 140-153 Berks
Greenwich 154-158 Berks
Bethel 159-164 Berks
Union 165-169 Berks
The first numbers are the original page numbers.  The second numbers are written on the pages, but obviously added later, in a different hand.  The latter are the numbers used in the index on the CD.
Berks
County
Albany 1-5; 270-273 Berks
Brunswig [Brunswick] & Manheim 6-14; 274-282 Schuylkill
Pine Grove 14-18; 282-286 Schuylkill
1.  There is a township simply named "District" in the eastern part of Berks County on an 1876 map of the county (online at the PAGenWeb site), which I presume is the here named "East District."
-
Back to County List
-
 Heritage Quest CD-M637-8:  Pennsylvania Census, 1790, Roll 8
PART 2 = Volume 2
Unless stated otherwise, there were no numbers originally written on the pages.  Numbers were added later, in another hand; these numbers correspond to the page numbers in the index on the CD. Current
Location
Chester
County
[the boundaries
of Chester Co.
have not 
changed
since 1789]
Fallowfield 1-3 Chester
Sadsbury Twp.  3-4 Chester
West Caln Twp. 4-6 Chester
Oxford Twp. 6-8 Chester
East Nottingham Twp. 8-10 Chester
Londonderry Twp. 11-12 Chester
Newlondon [New London] Twp. 13-14 Chester
London Britain Twp. 14-15 Chester
West Nottingham Twp. 15-16 Chester
Londongrove [London Grove] Twp. 16-17 Chester
Newgarden [New Garden] Twp. 17-19 Chester
East Marlborough Twp. 19-21 Chester
Pennsbury Twp. 21-22 Chester
West Bradford Twp. 22-24 Chester
Newlin Twp. 24-25 Chester
East Fallowfield Twp. 25-26 Chester
East Bradford Twp. 27-28 Chester
Willastown [Willistown] Twp. 28-30 Chester
Birmingham Twp. 30 Chester
West-town [Westtown] Twp. 31 Chester
Thornsbury [Thornbury] Twp. 32 Chester
West Marlborough Twp. 32-34 Chester
Goshon [Goshen] Twp. 34-37 Chester
Kennet Twp. 37-38 Chester
Vincent Twp. 38-41 Chester
Pikeland 41-43 Chester
Uwchland Twp. 43-46 Chester
West Whiteland Twp. 46-47 Chester
East-town [Easttown] Twp. 47-48 Chester
Tredifferen [Tredyffren] Twp. 48-50 Chester
Charlestown 51-54 Chester
East Whiteland 54-55 Chester
East Caln 55-56 Chester
Brandywine 57-58 Chester
Westnantmill [West Nantmeal Twp.] 59-61 Chester
Honeybrook [Honey Brook] 61-63 Chester
Eastnantmill [East Nantmeal Twp.] 63-65 Chester
Coventry Twp. 65-68 Chester
Delaware
County
[the boundaries
of Delaware Co.
have not
changed since
it was formed
in 1789]
Radnor Twp. [p. 77 is missing] 76, 78 Delaware
Newtown Twp. 79 Delaware
Upper Providence Twp. 80 Delaware
Middletown Twp. 81 Delaware
Thornbuary [Thornbury] Twp. 82 Delaware
Page is missing 83 -
Upper Chechester [Chichester] Twp. 84 Delaware
Bethel Twp. 84 Delaware
Concord Twp.  85-86 Delaware
Tunicum Twp. 86 Delaware
Chester Twp. 87-89 Delaware
Page contains no enumerations 90 -
Ridley Twp. 91-92 Delaware
Marple Twp. 93 Delaware
Ashton [Aston] Twp. 94 Delaware
Haverford Twp. 95-96 Delaware
Lower Chechester [Chichester] Twp. 97-98 Delaware
Derby [Darby] Twp. 99-101 Delaware
Page is missing 102 -
Springfield Twp. 103 Delaware
Upper Derby [Darby] Twp. 103-104 Delaware
Edgment [Edgmont] Twp. 105 Delaware
Birmingham Twp. 106 Delaware
Lower Providence [Nether Providence] Twp. 107 Delaware
Huntingdon
County
[the boundaries
of Huntingdon Co.
did not stabilize
until 1847]
The townships were not enumerated separately, but the list is not alphabetical, so some "neighborhood reconstruction" may be possible.
The original pages were numbered from 1-12.  Another set of numbers has been added, in a different hand, ranging from 111 to 133, except that only odd numbers were used, no even numbers.  This  latter set of numbers corresponds to the numbers in the index on the CD.
1-12;
111-133
Huntingdon
Blair
Mifflin
Clearfield
Cambria
Centre
Mifflin
County (part) —
"south of the 
River Juniata,"
which is now
mostly in
Juniata Co.
The townships were not enumerated separately, but the list is not alphabetical, so some "neighborhood reconstruction" may be possible.
The original pages were numbered from 1-3.  Another set of numbers has been added, in a different hand, ranging from 135 to 139, except that only odd numbers were used, no even numbers.  This latter set of numbers corresponds to the numbers in the index on the CD.
Some names in this section are unreadable due to the darkness of the images towards the bottom edges.
1-3;
135-139
Mifflin
Juniata
Luzerne
County
[the boundaries
of Luzerne Co.
did not stabilize
until 1878]
The townships were not enumerated separately, and the list has been alphebetized, so no "neighborhood reconstruction" is possible. 143-154 Luzerne
Lackawanna
Wyoming
Schuylkill
Susquehanna
Ontario [extinct]
Bradford
Dauphin
County
[the boundaries
of Dauphin Co.
did not stabilize
until 1821]
Harrisburgh  161-164 Dauphin
Place not named 164-211 Dauphin
Lebanon
Lebanon 211-215 Lebanon
Place not named 215-224 Dauphin
Lebanon
Northampton
[the boundaries 
of Northampton
Co. did not 
stabilize 
until 1843]
Delaware Twp. 231-232 Pike
Upper Smithfield Twp. 233-234 Monroe
Cosikton? District
—Shohawken 
—Indian Orchard
—Swamp
—New Road
—Wallen Paupack [Wallenpaupack]
234-236
235
235
235
235
236
?
?
Wayne
?
?
Wayne or Pike
Lower Smithfield Twp.  237-242 Monroe
Hamilton Twp. 243-245 Monroe
Chesnut Hill [Chestnuthill] Twp. 245-247 Monroe
Towamensink [Towamensing] Twp. 248-249 Carbon
Penn Township 250-252 Carbon
Upper Mount Bethel Twp. 253-257 Northampton
Lower Mount Bethel Twp. 257-260 Northampton
Plainfield Twp. 261-264 Northampton
Forks Twp.
—Easton
264-269
264-267
Northampton
Northampton
Nazareth Twp.  269-273 Northampton
Allen Twp. 273-278 Northampton
Bethlehem Twp. 278-282 Northampton
More [Moore] Twp. 282-284 Northampton
Layhy [Lehigh] Twp. 285-287 Northampton
Carbon
Wayne
Hydelbergh [Heidelberg] Twp. 287-290 Lehigh
Linn [Lynn] Twp. 291-294 Lehigh
Wysenburgh [Weisenberg] Twp. 294-296 Lehigh
Macunge [Macungie] Twp. 297-301 Lehigh
Salisbury Twp. 301-304 Lehigh
Whitehall Twp. 305-309 Lehigh
Low Hill Twp. 309-310 Lehigh
Upper Millford [Milford] Twp. 311-315 Lehigh
Upper Sauhen [Saucon] Twp. 315-318 Lehigh
Lower Saucon Twp. 319-323 Northampton
Williams Twp. 323-326 Northampton
-
Back to County List
-
 Heritage Quest CD-M637-8:  Pennsylvania Census, 1790, Roll 8
PART 3 = Volume 3
Unless stated otherwise, there were no numbers originally written on the pages.  Numbers were added later, in another hand; these numbers correspond to the page numbers in the index on the CD. Current
Location
Cumberland
County
[the boundaries of
Cumberland Co.
did not stabilize
until 1820;
see 1790 Map]
Townships lumped together:
Westpensborough [West Pennsboro] Twp. 
Hopewell Twp. 
Newtown Twp. 
Tyborn [Toboyne] Twp.
1-29
Cumberland
Cumberland
Cumberland
Perry
Intervening pages contain no enumerations - -
"Eastern part of Cumberland County" 34-43 Cumberland
Perry
-
Back to County List
-
 Heritage Quest CD-M637-8:  Pennsylvania Census, 1790, Roll 8
PART 4 = Volume 4
Unless stated otherwise, there were no numbers originally written on the pages.  Numbers were added later, in another hand; these numbers correspond to the page numbers in the index on the CD. Current
Location
Fayette
County
[the boundaries
of Fayette Co.
do not change
after 1785, though
there were some
later township
changes]
Township names were added later, in a different hand.  Each township list was separately alphabetized. - -
Franklin
[The first page plus half of the second page are missing, so the listing begins with "Bradford, David" on p. 2.]
2-10 Fayette
Union [now North and South Union] 10-18 Fayette
Georges 18-25 Fayette
Springhill 25-32 Fayette
German 32-38 Fayette
Luzerne 38-43 Fayette
Manallen [Menallen] 43-51 Fayette
Washington 51-57 Fayette
Wharton 57-59 Fayette
Bullskin 59-63 Fayette
Tyrone [now Upper and Lower Tyrone] 64-67 Fayette
Westmoreland
County
[the boundaries of
Westmoreland Co.
did not stabilize
until 1803]
The Westmoreland Co. pages are supposed to be here, but they're not.  There is a gap in the numbering from 72 to 109.  Did Heritage Quest overlook these pages?  Or were they so bad they weren't worth digitizing? 70-109 Westmoreland
Indiana
Armstrong
Bucks
County
[the boundaries of
Bucks Co. have been
stable since 1752]
Not enumerated by townships, but neither is the list alphabetized, so "neighborhood reconstruction" may be possible. 110-282 Bucks
-
Back to County List
-
 Heritage Quest CD-M637-8:  Pennsylvania Census, 1790, Roll 8
PART 5 = Volume 5
Unless stated otherwise, there were no numbers originally written on the pages.  Numbers were added later, in another hand; these numbers correspond to the page numbers in the index on the CD. Current
Location
Lancaster
County
[except for a
minor loss to
Lebanon in
1813, the 
boundaries of
Lancaster Co.
have not
changed
since 1785]
Lancaster Borough  1-26 Lancaster
Lancaster Twp. 27-29 Lancaster
Manor Twp. 29-39 Lancaster
Hempfield Twp. 39-49 Lancaster
Conestogoe [Conestoga] Twp.
[HN:  where Conestoga wagons were manufactured]
50-56 Lancaster
Martick [Martic] Twp. 56-64 Lancaster
Drumore Twp. 64-70 Lancaster
Little Britain Twp. 71-78 Lancaster
Colerain Twp. 78-83 Lancaster
Strasburg Twp. 84-94 Lancaster
Lampeter Twp. 94-103 Lancaster
Earl Twp. 103-124 Lancaster
Caernarvon Twp. 124-129 Lancaster
Brecknock Twp. 130-134 Lancaster
Leacock Twp. 135-143 Lancaster
Manheim Twp. 143-148 Lancaster
Warwick Twp. 149-162 Lancaster
Cocallico [Cocalico] Twp. 163-184 Lancaster
Bart Twp. 185-190 Lancaster
Sadsbury/Sadsburry [Sadsbury] Twp. 190-203 Lancaster
Elizabeth Twp. 204-206 Lancaster
Heidelberg Twp. 207 Lebanon
Rapho Twp. 208-210 Lancaster
Town of Manheim 211-213 Lancaster
Rapho Continued 214-219 Lancaster
Mountjoy Twp. ü 220-224 Lancaster
Elizabeth Town [Elizabethtown] ü 224 Lancaster
Donegal Twp. 225-227 Lancaster
May Town [Maytown] 227-233 Lancaster
-
Back to County List
-
 
— Second Roll —

Family Quest Archives:  Pennsylvania Federal Census 1790:  Montgomery, Westmoreland (part), Allegheny, Washington, Bedford, Franklin, York, Northumberland, Mifflin (part), and Philadelphia Counties.  Heritage Quest  CD M637-9.

The source for this CD was:

1965.  Population Schedules of the First Census of the United State, 1790:  Roll 9, Pennsylvania, Volumes 6-8.  Microcopy No. 673.  National Archives Microfilm Publications, Washington, DC.

 
--
 Heritage Quest CD-M637-9:  Pennsylvania Census, 1790, Roll 9
PART 1 = Volume 6 Curren
Location
Montgomery
County
[the boundaries of
Montgomery Co.
have not changed
since it was formed
in 1784]
Not enumerated by townships, but neither is the list alphabetized, so "neighborhood reconstruction" may be possible.
There are two sets of numbers on these pages:
1) a smaller set, beginning with number one on the first page of enumerations and
2) a larger set beginning with number one on the title page.
The latter are in the hand that wrote the numers on all eight volumes and correspond to the numbers in the index on the CD.  Throughout, the former set is two digits less than the latter.
1-47;
3-49
Montgomery
Westmoreland
County
[the boundaries of
Westmoreland Co.
did not stabilize
until 1803]
There are two sets of numbers on these pages:
1) a smaller set, beginning with number one on the first page of enumerations (but chipped off on most pages),  and
2) a larger set that is a continuation of the page numbering from Montgomery County.
The latter are in the hand that wrote the numers on all eight volumes and correspond to the numbers in the index on the CD.  Throughout, the former set is 53 digits less than the latter, so I will not clutter the table with both sets.  The set given is the latter, that is, the numbers in the index on the CD.
- -
Hempfield Twp. 54-63 Westmoreland
Salem Twp. 64-67 Westmoreland
Washington Twp. 67-70 Westmoreland
Franklin Twp. 70-74 Armstrong
Derry Twp. 74-81 Westmoreland
Unity Twp. 81-86 Westmoreland
Mount Pleasant 87-91 Westmoreland
Donegal Twp. 92-95 Westmoreland
Fairfield Twp. 95-97 Westmoreland
Wheatfield Twp. 97-99 Indiana
Armstrong Twp. 99-104 Indiana
North Huntington Twp. 105-109 Westmoreland
South Huntington Twp. 109-118 Westmoreland
Rostraver Twp. 118-122 Westmoreland
Allegheny
County
[the boundaries of
Alleghany Co.
did not stabilize
until 1800]
There are two sets of numbers on these pages, which are a continuation of the numbering on the Westmoreland County pages. - -
Plum Twp. 123-124 Venango?
Pitt Twp. 125-126 ?
Pittsburgh 127-128 Allegheny
"Pitt" 129-133 ?
French Creek
[A maginal note in another hand states that it was a mistake to put these records in Allegheney Co., that they should have been in Westmoreland Co. and that French Creek ended up in Crawford Co.  However, French Creek Twp. ended up in Mercer Co., which was formed from  Allegheny and Crawford Cos. in 1800; and Allegheny had been formed from Westmoreland in 1786, so the records do belong here where they are.  Therefore, the the note is wrong on both counts — which only goes to reinforce the importance of the maxim of NEVER marking up original records with notes!]
133 Mercer
Versailles Twp. 133-135 Allegheny
Elizabeth Twp. 135-141 Allegheny
Washington
County
[the boundaries of
Washington Co.
did not stabilize
until 1803]
Not enumerated by townships, but neither is the list alphabetized, so "neighborhood reconstruction" may be possible.
There are two sets of numbers on these pages:
1) a smaller set, beginning with number one on the first page of enumerations (but chipped off or too dark to read on most pages) and
2) a larger set that is continuous with the one starting this roll of microfilm. 
Throughout, the former set is 144 digits less than the latter.
1-61;
145-205
Washington
Greene
Beaver
Alleghany
County
[the boundaries of
Alleghany Co.
did not stabilize
until 1800]
Not enumerated by townships, but neither is the list alphabetized, so "neighborhood reconstruction" may be possible.
There are two sets of numbers on these pages:
1) a smaller set that is continuous with the numbering for Washington County  (but chipped off or too dark to read on most pages) and
2) a larger set that is continuous with the one starting this roll of microfilm. 
Throughout, the former set is 205 digits less than the latter.
1-18;
206-223
Allegheny
Erie
Crawford
Warren
Mercer
Venango
Beaver
Butler
Lawrence
"depreciation tract" 18; 223 ?
Bedford
County
[the boundaries of
Bedford Co.
did not stabilize
until 1850]
Not enumerated by townships, but neither is the list alphabetized, so "neighborhood reconstruction" may be possible.
There are two sets of numbers on these pages:
1) a smaller set, beginning with number one on the first page of enumerations (but chipped off or too dark to read on most pages) and
2) a larger set that is continuous with the one starting this roll of microfilm.
Throughout, the former set is 228 digits less than the latter.
1-34;
229-262
Beford
Fulton
Somerset
Cambria
Blair
Franklin
County
[the boundaries of
Franklin Co. have
not changed since
it was formed in 
1784]
Not enumerated by townships, but neither is the list alphabetized, so "neighborhood reconstruction" may be possible.
There are two sets of numbers on these pages:
1) a smaller set, beginning with number one on the first page of enumerations (but chipped off or too dark to read on most pages) and
2) a larger set that is continuous with the one starting this roll of microfilm.
Throughout, the former set is 265 digits less than the latter, so I will not clutter the table with both sets.  The set given is the latter, that is, the numbers in the index on the CD.
1-24;
266-289
Franklin
Fannett, Peters, Montgomery, Hamilton, and Letterkenney Twps.
The smaller numbering sequence was re-started, beginning with number one on the first page of enumerations, so they are now 292 less than the larger numbers.
1-30;
293-322
Franklin
York
County
[the boundaries of
York Co. did not
stabilize until
1800]
Chanceford [Twp.] 325-329 York
Fawn [Twp.] 330-333 York
Hopewell [Twp.] 334-337 York
Windsor [Twp.] 338-342 York
York [city Borough] 342-349 York
Manchester [Twp. or Borough] 350-354 York
York Twp. 355-359 York
Shrewsbury [Twp. or Borough] 359-363 York
Paradise [Twp.] 364-367 York
Reading [Twp.] 368-371 Adams
Warington [Warrington Twp.] 372-375 York
Monaghin [Monaghan Twp.] 376-379 York
Hellam [var. Hallam] Twp. 380-381 York
Cadoris [Cadorus] Town [Twp.] 382-385 York
Newberry Twp. 386-389 York
Dover 390-395 York
Newberry [Newberrytown] 396-398 York
Four townships lumped together: 
Manallan [Manallen Twp., Adams Co.]
Huntington [Twp., Adams, Co.]
Tirone [Tyrone Twp., Adams Co.]
Manhiem [Manheim Twp., York Co.]
The list is not alphabetical.
406-426 York
Adams
Nine towns and/or townships lumped together:
Hamilton-ban [Hamiltonban Twp., Adams Co.] 
Franklin [Twp., Adams and/or York Co.]
Cumberlin [Cumberland Twp., Adams Co.]
Mountjoy [Mount Joy Twp., Adams Co.]
Germany [Twp., Adams Co.]
Heidelberg [Twp., York Co.] 
Mountpleasant [Mount Pleasant Twp., Adams Co.] 
Strabane [Straban Twp., Adams Co.]
Berwick [Twp., Adams Co.]
The list is not alphabetical.
478-472 York
Adams
-
Back to County List
-
 Heritage Quest CD-M637-9:  Pennsylvania Census, 1790, Roll 9
PART 2 = Volume 7
The numbers are those written on the original pages; they correspond to the pages in the index on the CD. Current
Location
Northumberland
County —
often called the
"mother of counties,"
for obvious reason
[the boundaries of
Northumberland Co.
did not stabilize
until 1816]
Townships were not enumerated separately, but at least the list is not alphabetical. 1-100 Northumberland
Armstrong
Bradford
Cameron
Centre
Clarion
Clearfield
Clinton
Columbia
Elk
Forest
Indiana
Jefferson
Luzerne
Lycoming
McKean
Mifflin
Montour
Potter
Schuylkill
Snyder
Sullivan
Tioga
Union
Venango
Warren
Mifflin
County (part)
[the boundaries of 
Mifflin Co. did not 
stabilize until 1834]
Townships were not enumerated separately, but at least the list is not alphabetical. 101-132 Mifflin
Centre
Huntington
Juniata
-
Back to County List
-
 Heritage Quest CD-M637-9:  Pennsylvania Census, 1790, Roll 9
PART 3 = Volume 8
[The list of locations, street by street, within the Philadelphia Co. census goes on for several pages.  I doubt if it's worth the effort to transcribe it.] Current
Location
Philadelphia
County
[the boundaries of
Philadelphia Co.
have not changed
since 1784]
  5- Philadelphia
   
   
  -332
Montgomery
County
[the boundaries of
Montgomery Co. have
not changed since it
was formed in 1784]
Abington Twp. 333-338 Montgomery
Cheltenham [Twp.] 338-341
Mannor of Moreland
[Upper Moreland Twp. and
Lower Moreland Twp.]
342-349
Springfield [Twp.] 349-352
Philadelphia
County
[the boundaries of
Philadelphia Co.
have not changed
since 1784]
  356- Philadelphia
   
   
  -482
-
Back to County List
-

Contact Home
Page
Table of
Contents
DNA
Hub
Biddle
DNA
Carrico
DNA
Corbin
DNA
Cupp
DNA
Danish
DNA
Ely
DNA
Lyon(s)
DNA
Rasey
DNA
Reason
DNA
Straub
DNA
Pedigree
Charts
Census
Records
Every-Name
Indices

Table of Contents
Go to Table of Contents
 
Privacy Policy ______
Every-Name Index
Go to Every-Name Index