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eBook The manor of Springettsbury, York County, Pennsylvania: it's history and early settlers (York County original land records) ePub

by Neal Otto Hively

  • ISBN: 0963843508
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  • Author: Neal Otto Hively
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: N.O. Hively; First Edition, First Printing edition (1993)
  • Pages: 272
  • ePub book: 1301 kb
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York County, Pennsylvania by Neal Otto Hively, 1993, . York County original land records,, v. 6. Classifications.

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Springettsbury Township is a township in York County, Pennsylvania, United States. The population was 26,668 at the 2010 census. The township takes its name from Springett Penn, grandson of Pennsylvania founder William Penn. Located east and northeast of the city of York, the township hosts the York Galleria shopping mall and a large Harley-Davidson manufacturing plant.

Hopewell Township is a township in York County, Pennsylvania, United States. The population was 5,435 at the 2010 census. It is served by the South Eastern School District which provides a public education

Hopewell Township is a township in York County, Pennsylvania, United States. It is served by the South Eastern School District which provides a public education. Prior to 1885, Hopewell Township included present-day Hopewell Township, East Hopewell Township, and North Hopewell Township; thus, the original township extended as far north as that of York.

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York County 212. Arrival of the Sixth Corps 215. Battle of Gettysburg 21. Postoffices in York County 490. NoTr. s From Early Court Records, 1749 TO 1770 491. Battle of Gettysburg 217. C'areer and Fate of some of the. Officers 215. Engagement at Hanover 21. According to the United States Census Bureau, the township has a total area of 1. square miles (4. km²), all of it land. As of census of 2000, there were 23,883 people, 9,230 households and 6,359 families residing in the township. The population density was 1,426. 5 per square mile (55. /km²).

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In modern times, York County residents have made notable contributions .

In modern times, York County residents have made notable contributions to the victory effort in two World Wars and numerous armed conflicts. The history of the County begins with agreements established by William Penn with the American Indians who made their homes along York County’s streams and rivers. First identified as including 70,000 acres (28,000 ha), the land was marked as the "Manor of Springettsbury" and included dense forests of oak, chestnut, walnut, hickory, poplar, and ash trees. By 1739, Springettsbury Manor was encompassed by the founding of Hellam Township, and on August 19, 1749, York County was formed from what was the western part of Lancaster County.

It was undertaken from a desire to preserve interesting facts, connected with its settle ment and history, that in a few years would have been lost forever; and no reasonable compensation would reward . Map of Manor of Highlands. 471 26. Map of Walking Purchase, 1737 486-487 27.

It was undertaken from a desire to preserve interesting facts, connected with its settle ment and history, that in a few years would have been lost forever; and no reasonable compensation would reward us for the seven years' labor bestowed upon i.