Mercer County, Pennsylvania

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Mercer is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1800 from the following county/ies: Allegheny. The earliest land deed in Mercer was recorded in 1803. The earliest wills begin in 1804. One can contact the register of wills at Box 112, Courthouse, Mercer 16137-0112. For more information, contact the county at Box 109, Courthouse, North Diamond St., Mercer 16137-0109. On the attached map, Mercer is located at A3. Attached to Crawford County until 1804.

For information about the state of Pennsylvania see Pennsylvania Family History Research.

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