Elk Lick Township
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Elk Lick township was incorporated in 1785 as part of Bedford County. The town was formed from Brothersvalley Township, one of the original townships of Somerset County when the county was formed in 1795. Elk Lick Township is located in the southern portion of the county and it borders the Maryland State line. It is bounded to the north by Summit Township; to the east by Greenville Township; by the west by Addison Township; to the south by Cumberland County, MD.
The major borough is Salisbury which was laid out in 1796 and incorporated in 1862.
Visit the new Salisbury-Elk Lick Historic Association webpage.
Salisbury-Elk Lick Historic Association
Cities and Towns
Thank you to Jean Wall for transcribing the following cemeteries located in this township!
Thank you to our census transcribers and proofreaders for providing these census index_files!
This county is part of the USGenWeb Project, a non-profit genealogical resource web system, and is maintained by April Phillips and Connie Burkett with help and information provided by other volunteers.
Last Revised: April 5, 2007