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Re: Where the HECK is Hamiltonban in Adams Co. PA??
Posted by: Robert Cluck (ID *****2140) Date: July 25, 2005 at 18:13:52
In Reply to: Where the HECK is Hamiltonban in Adams Co. PA?? by Kay of 974

Hamiltonban Twp. lies on the western edge of Adams County, adjacent to Franklin County. To the north is Franklin Twp., to the east Highland Twp., and to the south (bordering MD) is Liberty Twp. Fairfield (where my father grew up) is the largest town in the Twp. Hamiltonban Twp was formed in 1749 and still exists. I don't know the current population, but you could probably find it online at the Census Bureau. The Adams County Historical Society (ACHS) has reprints of two historical maps. Ordering info is at: www.achs-pa.org They also have histories of the County.

I had an Aunt Lida, now deceased, who married a Carroll (sp?) Carbaugh. ACHS has lots of information on the Carbaughs.

Bob


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