Lancaster County, Pennsylvania

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Lancaster is a county in Pennsylvania. It was formed in 1729 from the following county/ies: Chester. The earliest land deed in Lancaster was recorded in 1729. The earliest wills begin in 1729. One can contact the register of wills at 50 North Duke St., Lancaster 16702-3480. For more information, contact the county at 50 North Duke St., Lancaster 17602-2805. On the attached map, Lancaster is located at J6. Some early court records have been transferred to the Lancaster County Historical Society, 230 N. President Ave., Lancaster, PA 17603.

For information about the state of Pennsylvania see Pennsylvania Family History Research.

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