Thousands of family and local history archival items such as photographs, letters, Bibles, diaries, Justice of the Peace dockets, maps, newspapers, and more have been shared by families and repositories.
Links and references to additional Greene County, Pennsylvania records that are available either online or in-person through assorted web sites and local repository collections.
Tips for site navigation, proper citations and use of the archives, as well as answers to the most commonly asked questions about how to participate in the Greene Connections project.
The genealogy of a house. Built by Civil War veteran, Cyrus Pyle, in the early 1870s, this is the story of a Waynesburg house and how it matters to family and local history.
On Memorial Day 1920, most WWI families were still waiting to bring their sons home for burial. Highlighting the circumstances of Greene County, Pennsylvania’s fallen soldiers, this is a brief explanation of the reasons for the long delay between temporary battlefield graves and final resting places.