Wyoming County was created on April 4, 1842, from part of Luzerne County
Tunkhannock– is the County seat of Wyoming County. It’s home to the Wyoming County Historical Society and Genealogical Library.
Laceyville– is a busy rural town in the northwest corner of Wyoming County on the North Branch on the Susquehanna River in Northeast Pennsylvania.
- Laceyville area was once a camping ground for the Tuscarora Indians as they went to and from the Six Nations in New York State
- 1810 Hiram Ward opened a store and Davis D. Gray started a tannery.
- 1813 the first school was opened
- In 1822 the first post office came to Braintrim
- In 1893 the town had its first newspaper, the “Braintrim Messenger”
- In 1841 Laceyville opened the first Post Office
- Laceyville became a borough in 1903
Meshoppen– is a borough in Wyoming County, PA. It’s also home to the historic Old White Mill.
North Branch Township
|Susquehanna County (north)
Lackawanna County (east)
Luzerne County (south)
Sullivan County (west)
Bradford County (northwest)