Adams County, Pennsylvania

USGenWeb

Project

(Family History and Genealogy)


(Note: This is the Trostle Farm on the Gettysburg Battlefield)

Adams County was formed on January 22, 1800 from York County. It was named in honor of John Adams, the second President of the United Stated. The county seat is Gettysburg.


Questions or comments about this site can be addressed to FamilyHart , aka Don & Jeanine Hartman or Joan Young , your Adams County, Pennsylvania USGENWEB Coordinators.



Adams County Maps


Adams County Genealogical and Historical Information

Online Records

Historical and Genealogical Societies & Libraries

Other Adams County and General Resources


Adams County Historical Photos

Warning: These pages contain graphic files which may be very large! 

If you have any historical Adams County pictures of people or places to add, drop FamilyHart a note.


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Adams County Family Genealogy Websites

If you have a family genealogy page with roots in Adams County, contact FamilyHart to be added to the list. Site must show strong relation to Adams County genealogy.


Adams County Genealogy Neighbors


Adams County Today

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Pennsylvania Resources


Other FamilyHart Sites


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