Franklin County, Pennsylvania

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(Family History and Genealogy)


Eliab Negley Cabin in Welsh Run (Photo Courtesy: Conococheague Institute)

Franklin County was formed on September 9, 1784 from Cumberland County. It was named in honor of Benjamin Franklin. The county seat is Chambersburg.


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