York County, Pennsylvania



(Family History and Genealogy)

(Cross Mill Historical Site - East Hopewell Township-©2008 FamilyHart)

York County was formed on August 19, 1749 from Lancaster County. It was named for Yorkshire in (White Rose) England. The Duke of York was an early patron of the Penn family. The county seat is York City. Adams County (1800) was formed from York County.

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York County Genealogical and Historical Information

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