Cameron County Genealogy Project

Gibson Township


Gibson Township was formed in 1817 and at that time was part of Clearfield Co. Gibson Township was named after John Bannister Gibson. John Gibson was a Justice of the Supreme Court and also a Chief Justice of Pennsylvania.


 

Resources

dot.gif (910 bytes)   Township History   

dot.gif (910 bytes)   Cemetery Records

dot.gif (910 bytes)   Census Records

dot.gif (910 bytes)   Church Records

dot.gif (910 bytes)   Early Families

          Mason-Grugan Family Reunion Records - 1929-1941

dot.gif (910 bytes)   Family Websites

dot.gif (910 bytes)   Other Records

dot.gif (910 bytes)   Pictures

dot.gif (910 bytes)   School Records   

   

Boroughs and Villages

dot.gif (910 bytes)   Castle Garden

dot.gif (910 bytes)   Driftwood

dot.gif (910 bytes)   Hicks Run

dot.gif (910 bytes)   Huntley

dot.gif (910 bytes)   Mason Hill

dot.gif (910 bytes)   Mix Run

dot.gif (910 bytes)   Sinnemahoning


 

This page was last updated on  Sunday, March 28, 2004.

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