Jenner Township

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Jenners, Pennsylvania
... Jenners is an unincorporated community in Jenner Township, Somerset County, Pennsylvania, United States ... Other nearby unincorporated communities within Jenner Township include Jenner Crossroad, Ferrellton, Acosta, Gray and Ralphton ... Jenners is also part of the North Star School District ...
National Register Of Historic Places Listings In Somerset County, Pennsylvania - Current Listings
11, 1980 West of Somerset off Legislative Route 55118 Middlecreek Township Beechdale Bridge 01980-12-10December 10, 1980 Southwest of Berlin off U.S ... Route 219 Brothersvalley Township W ... Route 219 Summit Township Boswell Historic District 01994-06-03June 3, 1994 Roughly bounded by Hower Avenue, Atkinson Way, Quemahoning Creek, Main Street, and ...
Jenner Township, Somerset County, Pennsylvania - Notable Persons in Jenner Township History
... abuse in Iraq, lived in the community of Jenners ... and surveyor, and the first European documented to have visited the territory that is now Jenner Township, in 1750 ... James Wells, one of the first European settlers in Jenner Township, known for his harrowing experience from Indian attack while tending his fields in autumn 1776 -- "Wells' Escape ...

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