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TOWNSHIP FORMATION

Lack - 1754, original township

Fermanagh - about 1755, original township

Greenwood - about 1767, from Fermanagh

Milford - 1768, from Lack

Turbett - 1815, from Milford

Walker - 1822 or 1823 from Fermanagh

Tuscarora - 1825, from Lack

Fayette - 1834, from Fermanagh and Greenwood

Delaware - 1836, from Walker and Greenwood

Beale - 1843, from Milford and Turbett

Susquehanna - 1858, from Greenwood

Monroe - 1858 from Greenwood

Spruce Hill - 1858, from Turbett



The Evolution of Juniata County Townships 1754-1858

The Juniata County PAGenWeb site has excellent maps of the Townships of Juniata County

"The History of the Susquehanna and Juniata Valleys", Volume I and II, published by Everts, Peck & Richards in 1886 is the definitive history of Juniata County. Histories for each of the townships are included in this history. Go to Ellis and Hungerford to view these township histories online.





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