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Lehigh County, Pennsylvania - Notable People
... See also List of people from the Lehigh Valley Lehigh County is the birthplace of, or home to, several notable Americans, including Chuck Bednarik, former professional football player, Philadelphia ...
Slatedale, Pennsylvania
... is an census-designated place in Washington Township, northern Lehigh County, Pennsylvania ... the population was 455 residents Ashfield, East Penn Township Weiders Crossing / Lehigh Gap West Penn Township Slatington Slatedale New Tripoli Pleasant Corners Washington Township Neffs ...
Lehigh County Historical Society - Historic Sites
... The Lehigh County Historical Society administers several historical sites in the region Claussville One-Room Schoolhouse (1893) – This brick One-room schoolhouse was the last in Lehigh County ... Farm Museum (1756) – Pennsylvania German stone farmhouse, one of Lehigh County's oldest structures ...
Cementon, Pennsylvania - References
... History of Lehigh County Pennsylvania and a Genealogical and Biographical Records of its Families 1 ... Lehigh Valley Publishing Company Roberts, Charles R ... "Place Names of Lehigh County and Their Origin" ...
James Knoll Gardner
... He was Solicitor to the Treasurer of Lehigh County, Pennsylvania from 1971 to 1977 ... He was an Assistant District Attorney of Lehigh County from 1972 to 1977, and then First Assistant District Attorney of Lehigh County from 1977 to 1981 ... He was a judge on the Court of Common Pleas of Lehigh County from 1981 to 2002, serving as President Judge from 1997 to 2001 ...

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