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  • Peter Zimmerman (1763 - 1810)
    Military_service : Sixth Company, Third Battalion pf the Lancaster County Milita. - Joined July 21, 1782 Reference: FamilySearch Genealogy - SmartCopy : Nov 23 2021, 2:39:18 UTC Son of Peter ...
  • David Burkhart Martin (1767 - 1822)
    Birth: May 26, 1767 Death: Jul. 28, 1822Donor of original land for use as graveyard and church. This place was known as Martins Meetinghouse. Later it became Slate Hill Mennonite Church at Camp Hill,...
  • Barbara Landis Martin (1770 - 1816)
    Birth: Dec. 15, 1770 Death: Dec. 25, 1816Barbara was reportedly the first person buried in the Martins/Slate Hill Graveyard.] Family links: Spouse: David Martin (1767 - 1822)* Children: John Martin (...
  • John William Albright (1928 - 1971)
  • Robert H. Petry (1925 - 2012)
    Robert H. Petry, 86, of Camp Hill and formerly of New Cumberland passed away Friday, January 6, 2012 in the hospital. A WWII Navy Veteran, he was the former owner of West Shore Tire and Supply and Pet...

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Cumberland County was first settled by a majority of Scots-Irish immigrants who arrived in this area about 1730. English and German settlers constituted about ten percent of the early population.

The General Assembly (legislature) of the Pennsylvania colony on January 27, 1750, created Cumberland County from Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, naming it for Cumberland, England. The county also lies within the Cumberland Valley adjoining the Susquehanna River at its eastern border, stretching approximately 42 miles from the borough of Shippensburg on the west to the Susquehanna River in east Cumberland County.

The United States Army War College is a United States Army school located in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, on the 500 acre campus of the historic Carlisle Barracks, a military post dating back to the 1770s. It caters to high-level military personnel and civilians and prepares them for strategic leadership responsibilities. It is the U. S. Army's most senior military educational institution.

Adjacent Counties


  • Camp Hill
  • Carlisle (County Seat)
  • Lemoyne
  • Mechanicsburg
  • Mount Holly Springs
  • New Cumberland
  • Newburg
  • Newville
  • Shippensburg (part)
  • Shiremanstown
  • Wormleysburg

Other Townships & Communities: Bloserville, Boiling Springs, Cooke, Dickinson, East Pennsboro, Enola, Grantham, Hampden, Hogestown, Hopewell, Huntsdale, Lisburn, Lower Allen, Lower Frankford, Lower Mifflin, Messiah College, Middlesex, Monroe, New Kingstown, North Middleton, North Newton, Penn, Plainfield, Schlusser, Shippensburg University, Silver Spring, South Middleton, South Newton, Southampton, Summerdale, Upper Allen, Upper Frankford, Upper Mifflin, West Fairview and West Pennsboro



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