About Us....


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This Clearfield County Historical Society is a completely volunteer, non-profit origanization with a single purpose of preserving the rich

history of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.


We have no paid staff, but rely soley on memberships and donations from you, memorials from varied interests and general book sales to fund the upkeep and preservation of our three historical museums:

  1. Kerr House Museum

  2. Alexander Genealogical Research Center 

  3. "Bloody Knox" Cabin.

The following genealogical research services are available to our public:

  1. Self-Guided Research - with Staff Assistance(flat $5 fee)

  2. Staff Research - within Museum Resources(flat $25 fee - preliminary search, one family only)

  3. Staff Research - at Clearfield County Court House($15 per hour)

Click the specific links for details regarding these options.


We are pleased to be able to provide these selections of family historical research, enabling you to find names, dates and events of those who passed through Clearfield County in prior times.


Feel free to take advantage of  this public service accommodations in regards to your genealogy.


The Kerr House Museum and Genealogy  Research Center are  closed for visitors for, the 2023 thru May 2024, Winter seasons.

so, JOIN US THRU... 

Write us at...'Clearfield County Historical Society

   511 Van Valzah Ave.
   Clearfield, PA 16830'

Phone: 814-768-7318 for a brief recording... 


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Contact Method

Clearfield County Historical Society MUSEUMS


 104 E. Pine St,

Clearfield, Pa  16830

(Corner Front & E Locust Sts.)



  511 Van Valzah Ave.

  Clearfield, PA  16830

      (official business address)


3. 'BLOODY KNOX' Cabin Museum:

6246 Curwensville - Tyrone Hwy.

Olanta, PA  16863

(Village of Kellytown)


Courtesy guided group tours of our 'Kerr House' Museum can be arranged year round by phoning



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