Historical Sketches of the Bench and Bar of Lycoming County, Pennsylvania; 1795-1960; 1989 reprint, with online updates. Edited by Marshall R. Anspach.
Comprehensive history of the Bench & Bar of Lycoming County, including biographies of deceased and living judges and of deceased members, recounting of the founding of the Lycoming County Courts and the various court houses, and much more. Go to the Table of Contents to read the scanned text.
History of Lycoming County Bench and Bar from History of Lycoming County Pennsylvania, edited by John F. Meginness; 1892.
Biographies of prominent Lycoming County attorneys, extracted from Genealogical and Personal History of Lycoming County, edited by John W. Jordan; 1906.
Charter of Incorporation. On December 1, 1869, a group of Lycoming County attorneys petitioned Judge Gamble of the Court of Common Pleas of Lycoming County to incorporate the Lycoming Law Association. The petition was granted on January 25, 1870. Read the original document, as recorded in Deed Book 62, page 73.
Lycoming Law Association Presidents from 1870 to the present. The first president of the Lycoming Law Association was Robert Fleming, in 1870. The oldest living former LLA president is Robert C. Wise, who served in 1969.
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