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Dillsburg is located at the convergence of Routes 15 and 74 in south-central Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania rural-flavored town is located on main highways with access to several metropolitan destinations. This makes the community a focal point for area agriculture products being moved to market. Dillsburg is a growing community, currently beginning a downtown revitalization and historic deation program. Understanding that Dillsburg Coronavirus is a topic of high interest, The York County Board of Commissioners wanted to take a moment to provide you a message that we will be sharing with our York County Community. We do have a link on the county website that directs you to the CDC and DOH websites for their most current information regarding the Pennsylvania.
We understand that this is an evolving situation, and we expect guidelines will need to be changed. The County, is committed to evaluating on a regular basis. Nestled in the foothills of Pennsylvania beautiful and historic Blue Ridge Mountains with South Mountain in its backyard, Dillsburg has been and is a good place to call "home". At one time the settlement was known as Monaghan Settlement, at other times it 17019 Dill's or Dills, Dillstown and even Dillston. Then, at its incorporation on April 9,it officially, and probably finally, became known as Dillsburg.
It was 17019 in honor of the chief of the earliest settlers, Matthew Dill, who located here about He came from the county of Monagahan, Ireland.
In Matthew Dill became one of the court justices of York County and before this he had commanded a company against native Indian opposition. He died October 13, at the age of The exact date of PA earliest settlement in or near Dillsburg is uncertain.
It is noted, Pennsylvania, that Captain Matthew Dill's name appeared in the records of Chester County, Pennsylvania, as late as It should be noted that the lands within the present limits of York County were, at one time, a part of Chester County. They later became part of the new Lancaster County and finally in Pennsylvania York County was established "West of the Susquehanna" and was separated from Lancaster County.
One of the townships that was laid out before was Monahan later Monaghanincluding Pennsylvania area now comprising Dillsburg. Since the land west of the Susquehanna was purchased from the Indians in and, since it is recorded that preaching services were held locally as early asit may be concluded that the approximate date of settlement is between and Records show that Thomas and Richard Penn, Esquires, and Proprietaries and Governors of the Province of Pennsylvania, granted PA Captain Dill, for a sum of money, a tract of land containing acres.
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