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In 1816, members of the York community came together and formed this company to protect the town from fire and to provide a clean, reliable supply of drinking water. This early example of a public - private partnership is the nation's oldest inves…
Laid out in 1741, by order of the Proprietors; the first Pennsylvania town west of the Susquehanna River. Seat of the Continental Congress, 1777-78; birthplace of the Articles of Confederation.
"Hen" served as President of the Wrightsville Cemetery Association from Oct. 12, 1954 to the time of his death on March 5, 2000. It was through his efforts that major improvements were made to this cemetery. He received the Outstanding Cemeterians…
Citizens of this community who served their country in World War II 1941-45 [Died in service] Donald S. Crumbling · Jack A. Jasper Citizens of this community who served their country in the following wars Korea · Viet …
In honor of our boys who served their country in the World War These made the supreme sacrifice ☆ Wilton H. Abel ☆ ☆ David E. Poff ☆ ☆ George H. Leithiser ☆ "Greater love hath no man than this That a m…
Let us pause, pray and honor all those who have served our country Dedicated May 31, 1999
This highway for twenty five miles westward across York County was planted with trees by the People of the County and dedicated by them to be forever a Road of Remembrance in honor of Their Sons and Daughters who served in the World War …
Dedicated to the men and women who gave the ultimate sacrifice and to all that have served and are serving.
Named for Eli Lewis Founded 1734
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