Resources for Washington Township

Click here to see the Beers map for Washington Township.

  • Washington Township history
  • Cemeteries located in Washington Township
  • Towns and Boroughs in Washington Township
  • Census information for Washington Township (available at the Society on microfilm)
  • A Brief History of Washington Township:
    Washington Township was created from Armstrong Township in 1807, and was named after General and President George Washington under whom many of the first pioneers in the county had served during the Revolutionary War.

    Cemeteries of Washington Township:

  • Barney Miller (private)
  • Creekside Center Presbyterian
  • Fry/Fisher (Jacob Fisher Graveyard - private)
  • Harmony Grove Lutheran
  • Joseph L. Van Horn Graveyard (private)
  • Plum Creek Church
  • Salem Methodist Episcopal Church (private)
  • Speedy (private)
  • Spence (private)
  • Walter's (private)
  • Some Historic Towns and Boroughs of Washington Township:

  • Five Points -- Click here to see the Beer's Atlas map of Five Points
  • Marlin's Mill (Willet P.O.) -- Click here to see the Beer's Atlas map of Willet
  • Newville (Creekside P.O.) -- Click here to see the Beer's Atlas map of Creekside
  • Advance
  • Davis
  • Census Data in Washington Township (available at the Society on microfilm)

  • 1800 (Westmoreland Co.)
  • 1810
  • 1820
  • 1830
  • 1840
  • 1850
  • 1860
  • 1870
  • 1880
  • 1900
  • 1910
  • 1920