Bradford County, Pennsylvania 1872 Map

Bradford County was officially organized by the Pennsylvania state legislature in 1812. This map shows how the county was organized at that time.

1872 Bradford County Township Map

Townships: (numerical)

1. Wells 11. Ulster 21. Towanda Boro 31. Overton
2. South Creek 12. Sheshequin 22. Wysox 32. Monroe
3. Ridgebury 13. Rome 23. Standing Stone 33. Asylum
4. Athens 14. Orwell 24. Herrick 34. Wyalusing
5. Litchfield 15. Armenia 25. Pike 35. Tuscarora
6. Windham 16. Troy 26. Canton 36. Albany
7. Warren 17. W Burlington 27. Granville 37. Terry
8. Columbia 18. Burlington 28. LeRoy 38. Wilmot
9. Springfield 19. N Towanda 29. Franklin  
10. Smighfield 20.Towanda 30. Barclay  

Townships: (alphabetical)

Albany (36) Herrick (24) Sheshequin (12) Ulster (11)
Armenia (15) LeRoy (28) Smithfield (10) Warren (7)
Asylum (33) Litchfield (5) South Creek (2) Wells (1)
Athens (4) Monroe (32) Springfield (9) W Burlington (17)
Barclay (30) N Towanda (19) Standing Stone (23) Wilmot (38)
Burlington (18) Orwell (14) Stevens Windham (6)
Canton (26) Overton (31) Terry (37) Wyalusing (34)
Columnia (8) Pike (25) Towanda (20) Wysox (22)
Franklin (29) Ridgebury (3) Troy (16)  
Granville (27) Rome (13) Tuscarora (25)  

Source:

Sketched by Mark Daly from New Topographical Atlas of the State of Pennsylvania with Descriptions Historical, Scientific and Statistical Together with a Map of the United States and Territories by Professor Henry F. Walling (Lafayette College, Easton PA) and O. W. Gray, Civil & Top'l Engineer (10 North Fifth Street, Philadelphia). Published by Stedman, Brown & Lyon, Philadelphia 1872.