Northumberland County Courthouse street-level view (copy)

A street-level view, looking southeast, of the historic Northumberland County Courthouse at the corner of Market and Second streets in downtown Sunbury.

(Editor’s Note: The following list was inadvertently omitted from Sunday’s feature on the Northumberland County Courthouse on Page C-1.)

The history of the Northumberland County Judiciary began with the first session of the Court of Common Pleas on May 24, 1772, in Fort Augusta.

The following is a list of county judges:

• William Plunkett, 1772-80

• Frederick Antes, 1780-85

• William Montgomery, 1785-90

• Jacob Rush, 1790-1806

• Thomas Cooper, 1806-11

• Seth Chapman, 1811-33

• Ellis Lewis, 1833-43

• Charles D. Donnel, 1843-44

• Joseph B. Anthony, 1844-50

• James Pollock, 1850-52

• Alexander Jordon, 1852-72

• William M. Rockefeller, 1872-92

• Clinton R. Savidge, 1892-1912

Lincoln S. Walters, June 1901 to January 1902

• Voris Auten, 1902-12

• Herbert W. Cummings, 1912-22

• Fred B. Moser, 1912-22

• Frank H. Strouss, 1922-32

• Albert Lloyd, 1922-32

• Charles C. Lark, August 1933 to January 1934

• Joseph Hollister, 1934-35

• Herbert W. Cummings, 1935-45

• Robert M. Fortney, 1946-65

• William I. Troutman, 1964-65

• Michael Kivko, 1966-75.

• Frank S. Moser, 1966-75

• Peter Krehel, 1976-85

• Samuel C. Ranck, 1976-95

• James J. Rosini, 1986-87

• Barry F. Feudale, 1988-97

• Robert B. Sacavage, 1996-2013

• William Harvey Wiest, 1998-2015

• Charles H. Saylor, 2001-present

• Anthony Rosini, 2014-15

• Paige Rosini, 2016-present

• Hugh A. Jones, 2016-present

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