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ⓘ Ross Township, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania




Ross Township, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania
                                     

ⓘ Ross Township, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania

One of the first white settlers in modern-day Ross Township was Daniel Devore in 1793. He was followed by a Connecticut settler named Abram Kitchen in 1795. Timothy, Aaron, and Jacob Meeker settled west of Grassy Pond the following year. Additional settlers followed in their footsteps. The first schoolhouse was built in 1820.

Ross township was formed in January 1842, with Lehman and towns of the Union, it was named after the settlement of General William Ross, who was luzerne County judge at the time. In 1843, John A. Hess was elected justice of the Peace of the village.

                                     
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