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  Union County, Pennsylvania - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Union County is a county located in the state of Pennsylvania.
The racial makeup of the county is 90.08% White, 6.91% Black or African American, 0.16% Native American, 1.06% Asian, 0.04% Pacific Islander, 0.37% from other races, and 1.37% from two or more races.
In the county, the population is spread out with 20.10% under the age of 18, 13.90% from 18 to 24, 30.90% from 25 to 44, 21.70% from 45 to 64, and 13.40% who are 65 years of age or older.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Union_County,_Pennsylvania   (283 words)

  
 Description of the Geology of Union County Pennsylvania
This county extends 20 miles along the West Bank of the West Branch Susquehanna River, and tapers to 4 miles on the Mifflin County line.
The Centre County line (20 miles) crosses obliquely the 5 great anticlinal ranges of the Buffalo Mountains to the head of the White Deer Creek, north of which the White Deer Mountain carries the line east 9 miles.
The western side of the county, therefore, is occupied by seven anticlinal mountain spurs of Medina sandstone No. IV, dying eastward beneath a low country of Clinton and Onondaga No. V, across which the river flows, exhibiting the rock arches in succession.
www.libraries.psu.edu /emsl/guides/X/union.htm   (610 words)

  
 Union County Pennsylvania
Union County, with 36,000 residents, lies in the heart of Pennsylvania.
Stretching from the Bald Eagle Mountains, which divides Union County from Lycoming County, to the junction of the East and West Branches of the Susquehanna River, Union County is a rich blend of small communities, verdant woodlands, fertile farmlands and many streams and runs.
Union County is an ideal "vacation headquarters" for your visit to Central Pennsylvania.
www.coldwellbankerpennone.com /union.htm   (227 words)

  
 Genealogy Biographies - David Bly biography with Bly genealogy resources by Ancestor Search
John Bly was a native of Virginia and moved with his parents to Union county, Pennsylvania, when a young man. While a resident of that county he was united in marriage to Lydia Rhoads, a native of Berks county, Pennsylvania, and subsequently they removed to Watsontown.
Robert Whitehill, son of James and Rachel Whitehill, was born July 24, 1758, in the Requa settlement, Lancaster county, Pennsylvania, and was educated in the schools of the Rev. Francis Alison.
He removed from Cumberland county to Venango county, Pennsylvania, about the year 1805, settling in the vicinity of Cooperstown, and the active period of his life was devoted to agricultural pursuits.
www.searchforancestors.com /bios/pennsylvania/history_of_lycoming_county/bly_david.html   (2237 words)

  
 South Carolina State Library Union   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Union County was named for the old Union Church, which served both the Presbyterian and Episcopal congregations in the area.
The church was erected in 1765 near the present day town of Union, the county seat.
Union County was created as a part of Ninety Six District in 1785.
www.state.sc.us /scsl/unio.html   (176 words)

  
 Uniquely Union Festival   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
In 1999, Uniquely Union presented a number of music and dance events, including performances on the Main Stage by cloggers, a dance company, the UHS chorus, as well as an interpretive movements group, and the Union High School Band marched down Main Street.
The city and county of Union derive their names from the old Union Church that stood not far from Monarch Mill.
Union County was the scene in 1780 of several significant Revolutionary War battles (Musgrove's Mill and Blackstocks).
www.loc.gov /bicentennial/propage/SC/sc-4_h_demint2.html   (371 words)

  
 The Political Graveyard: Union County, Pa.
Assignment of birthplaces, deathplaces, and cemeteries to counties is subject to error.
Interment at a private or family graveyard, Union County, Pa.; cenotaph at Driesbach Church Cemetery.
Northumberland County, Pa. Served in the Continental Navy during the Revolutionary War; county judge in Pennsylvania, 1791-1813.
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 Union County Lewisburg, Pennsylvania (Counties)
The county population on July 1, 1999, was 40,546, an increase of 4,370 over the 1990 census.
Allenwood is located in Union County southeast of Williamsport along US Highway 15 on the banks of...
Lewisburg is located in Union County, of which it is the county seat, just north of Sunbury along...
www.ohwy.com /pa/y/y42119.htm   (155 words)

  
 Piatts of Union County, Pennsylvania
Union County PA: History: Annals of the Buffalo Valley by John Blair Lynn (Pg 376)....."John Brady, the third, died several years ago.
Of the daughters of Sheriff John Brady, Mary married William Piatt, uncle of Judge Piatt, of Brady township, Lycoming county; Hannah married Judge Piatt; Charlotte married H.
She said when Washington was burned, through the inefficiency of a granny President, her blood boiled, and she longed to go that she might shoot at least one British invader.
www.angelfire.com /ar/pyeatt/UnionCoPA.html   (520 words)

  
 Description of the Geology of Adams County Pennsylvania   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Two thirds of the county consists of mesozoic soft sandstone and shale, traversed by extensive trap-dykes.
The York county limestone belt of the Codorus valley spreads over Conowago township and parts of Oxford and Union, as far as Littlestown, and is bordered on the south-east by the mica-schist belt; the chlorite-schist belt just enters the south-east corner of the county.
The county is wholly agricultural; the inhabitants are descendants of early German settlers; and on the trap hills overlooking its seat of justice, Gettysburg, was fought the decisive battle of the Civil War in 1863.
www.libraries.psu.edu /emsl/guides/X/adams.htm   (239 words)

  
 Industrial Properties Development - Union County IDC
Ideally located in the heart of central Pennsylvania, Union County combines a small-town atmosphere with a progressive and thoughtful commitment to the future.
Accessible to a competitive workforce of 600,000 people and a three-hour drive from Philadelphia, New York City, and Washington, D.C., Union County has entry to 40% of the U.S. population, 45% of U.S. manufacturers, and 40% of U.S. domestic trade and service industries.
Drawing on a skilled workforce who possess a strong work ethic and a region of vast resources, Union County is the necessary choice for light industrial manufacturing, warehouse distribution, office space and support services.
www.unioncoidc.org   (241 words)

  
 Union Township
Union Township is a small community of 5,559 residents located in the northeast corner of Washington County, Pennsylvania.
Union Township borders Allegheny County to the North, Peters and Nottingham Townships to the west, Carrol Township and New Eagle to the south, and Westmoreland County to the east.
Union Township was founded March 31, 1836 from Peters and Nottingham Townships.
www.uniontwp.com   (142 words)

  
 Geography 5222   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The locations of Union County and White Deer Township within Union County are identified by symbolizing the polygons in the Counties and Municipalities.shp files, respectively, that have the appropriate name attributes.
Using a blow-up of Union County in the state-level index map gives the White Deer Township location in Union County a greater visual prominence than Union County’s location within the state.
The inclusion of a photograph of a “village edge” landscape in the map display conveys a sense of the urban-rural interface issues that are often prominent in land zoning debates.
www.personal.psu.edu /users/m/a/maw380/L5_6G5222.html   (975 words)

  
 Relations Of Brian Keith Botley Sr.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
She was married to Barnhart KLINE in 1785 in Northampton County, Pennsylvania.
She was married to Joseph NAYLOR in 1713 in Abington MH, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.
She was married to James W. on 6 Oct 1973 in New Brighton, Beaver County, Pennsylvania.
www.botley.net /Genealogy/d154.htm   (394 words)

  
 John K. Barber and Sarah Harter Barber
“… was born March 25, 1838, in Union County, Pennsylvania, and is a son of James Barber, a native of the same state.
John K. Barber was educated in the schools of Union County, Pennsylvania, and when a young man worked at the carpenter trade in his native state.
By the time of the 1920 Census, Mary was shown to be widowed and back in Shelby County, caring for her widowed father John K., though she is thought to have died in California).
www.mindspring.com /~barber-laceyfamily/id13.html   (356 words)

  
 Centre Co., Pa. (GenWeb)--Centre Co. Library Holdings, S-Z
The 1876 Diary of Abraham Spencer of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania (Bothell, Wash., 1973).
The Descendants of Henry Harvey Clark (1877-1958) and Maud Cornita Bitner 1879-1951 Centre and Clinton Counties Pennsylvania (1997).
1786) and Lettice McKibben of Lurgan Township, Cumberland County (Decorah, Iowa: Amundsen Pub.
www.rootsweb.com /~pacentre/ccbks4.htm   (1760 words)

  
 About Us - Union County   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The county is served by an excellent local school system, Bucknell University, Sun Area Technical School, and Pennsylvania College of Technology in nearby Williamsport.
Union County is a rich blend of small communities, woodlands, fertile farmlands and many streams.
A showcase of Federal and Victorian architecture, the Union County seat has more than 600 original 19th Century buildings in its historic district.
www.geisinger.org /about/counties/union.shtml   (249 words)

  
 Union County Pennsylvania Township Maps
This is a clickable image map of townships and boroughs in Union County Pennsylvania.
The township images are cropped from a 1/50,000 USGS Geological Survey Map of Union County dated 1993; based on 1/24,000 maps dated 1965 through 1968.
The adjacent counties shown on the image map are links to their USGS maps if they are on line.
www.rootsweb.com /~usgenweb/maps/pa/county/union/usgs   (204 words)

  
 William and Mary Brady Piatt
William Piatt was born September 25, 1778, in Middlesex County, New Jersey to John and Jane Williamson and died April 7, 1857, in Union County, Pennsylvania (or Lycoming County, Pennsylvania).
Mary was the daughter of John and Jane McCall Brady of Union County, Pennsylvania.
This couple is easy to confuse with William's nephew, William Piatt, born January 29, 1795, in Lycoming County, Pennsylvania (son of John and Elizabeth Cline Piatt) and died January 6, 1876 Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, who was married to Hanna Brady born April 2, 1799, and who died April 26, 1847, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania.
www.angelfire.com /ar/pyeatt/Wm1778.html   (1384 words)

  
 AllRefer.com - Union County , Pennsylvania (PA) - (county) - Facts and Information
Union, county (317 sq mi/821 sq km; 1990 pop.
Part of Tiadaghton State Forest in N; part of Bald Eagle State Forest in SW; part of Shikellamy State Park in SE corner.
Capital city or county seat is shown by the symbol
reference.allrefer.com /gazetteer/U/U00749-union.html   (179 words)

  
 Union County Pennsylvania PA Corporate Law Lawyers, Attorneys & Law Firms - OptimusLaw® - The Best Way To Find a ...
Union County, PA corporate law lawyers represent all types and sizes of business organizations including sole proprietorships, partnerships, C corporations, S corporations, limited liability companies (LLC), non profit corporations and professional corporations.
Contact the Union County corporate law lawyer of your choice to present your legal matter and/or schedule an initial consultation.
The Union County Corporate Law Lawyers Directory is provided for your general information.
pa.optimuslaw.com /union.county/corporate.law.htm   (250 words)

  
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Union County is a county located in the
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 821 km² (317
The racial makeup of the county is 90.08% White, 6.91% Black or
en-cyclopedia.com /wiki/Union_County,_Pennsylvania   (230 words)

  
 Ancestors of William Henry Pickle
William Henry Pickle, owning a valuable tract of land of eighty acres, whereon he engages in general farming and stock-raising, was born in Union county Pennsylvania, August 14, 1846.
He continued under the parental roof not only during the period of his boyhood, but also lived with his parents until they were called to their final rest, after which he and his brother Benjamin purchased the interest of the other heirs in the home property.
The father is a republican in his political views, and served as constable of his township for one term, but otherwise he never sought or desired office, preferring to concentrate his energies upon his business affairs, which are now carefully conducted.
www.brumm.com /familytrees/6070.htm   (811 words)

  
 Charles McCool Snyder: Union County, Pennsylvania
It begins with the region's earliest days when the Delaware Indians were in residence, and the arrival of settlers who ventured into this frontier area from Berks and Lancaster counties marked the beginning of major changes.
Synder's text, first published in 1976, has been expanded and updated to reflect newly discovered material on such groups as the Amish and the developments in Union County up to 2000.
Distributed by Penn State University Press by arrangement with the Union County Historical Society.
www.psupress.org /books/titles/0-917127-13-7.html   (105 words)

  
 Union County Pennsylvania PA Directory of Lawyers, Attorneys & Law Firms - OptimusLaw® - The Best Way To Find a Lawyer ...
The Union County, PA Member Lawyer Directory divides the practice of law into fourteen general categories or areas of law.
Union County, PA General Practice, General Law Lawyers
Union County, PA Commercial and Civil Litigation Lawyers
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 Brittain/Britton Family
He slept in tents there in the winter and got frostbitten feet, entitling him to a pension that he applied for when he was 63 years old.
Joseph moved to Union County in 1812 with his son-in-law, William Carwell, and their families.
Joseph, Hannah, William Carvell and Mary Britton Carvell are all buried in Grubbs Churchyard, Chapman Twp, Union County, Pennsylvania.
www.geocities.com /Heartland/Valley/9227/Britton.html   (654 words)

  
 Union County, Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania has hundreds of Bed and Breakfasts scattered across all of our regions and 67 counties.
The Pennsylvania Visitors Network is proud to feature its PA Bed and Breakfast Association members here.
Intoducing 2005's theme.....Get Lost in WITNESS Come celebrate with us and all of Lancaster County as the movie WITNESS celebrates it's 20th Anniversary.
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 Need Attorneys, Lawyers and Law Firms from your State - Pennsylvania - Union County - Real Attorney
Union County, Pennsylvania Attorneys, Lawyers, and Law Firms
Many times it is imperative to consult an attorney - when you have been arrested, sued, or are going through a contested divorce, you need expert legal help.
With their services, you will be better prepared to navigate the complex legal system that can often frustrate and prevent you from achieving your goal.
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