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Erie County (PA) Genealogy 

Conneaut Township

Coordinated by Andy Pochatko

1910 Postcard contributed by Ward Waldo


New Coordinator - July 2003


Township History from Bates 1884

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Cemetery Records

Census Records

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Boroughs and Villages


Cherry Hill, Keepville, Tracy

Related Links

Albion Public Library


Due to a medical problem, Ward Waldo was forced to withdraw his coordination of this township. A big thank you to Ward for the effort that he was able to put in as coordinator. Ward's cemetery pictures site is still on-line at :

After several months without a coordinator, another volunteer has stepped forward. A thank you to several others who asked about this township.

Welcome to Conneaut Township.

I am your new township coordinator, Andy Pochatko. I am not a resident of this area, but I have spent many wonderful days of my childhood here. I am from Conneaut, Ohio, only a couple miles away from Conneaut Township. There I am the youngest historian of the Conneaut Area Historical Society.

History books write that the name Conneaut comes from a Seneca word meaning "river of many fish" and "place where snow lies in spring." Since I have experienced the weather around this area and I know of the great fishing that is done in Conneaut creek I am inclined to think both.

I look forward to helping you in the future! Please send an email message to me with your questions and/or comments concerning this township.

--- Andy Pochatko

Postcard contributed by Ward Waldo

This page was last updated on  Sunday, December 2, 2007.

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