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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Middleburg, Pennsylvania
Middleburg is the county seat for Snyder County
Middleburg is in Snyder County Snyder County (38) ► ADJACENT TO SNYDER COUNTY Juniata County (18) ► Mifflin County (46) ► Northumberland County (112) ► Union County (81) ►
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Formed March 2, 1855 out of Union County. The name honors Simon Snyder (Governor, 1808-17) who made his home in Selinsgrove. The county seat of Middleburg was laid out 1800, incorporated 1864. County was scene of the Penns Creek Massacre of 1755. — — Map (db m43849) HM
To all who served 1990 to present — — Map (db m176949) WM
This pioneer refuge during the Revolutionary War era was located at a spring 30 yards south. Built on Matthias Schoch's tract about 1770 and in use until 1783. — — Map (db m43852) HM
Located at spring 100 yards on the tract granted by the proprietors to Matthias Schoch, 1762. Boulder of stones from original chimney. — — Map (db m176947) HM
Dec. 3, 2023