A small town in York County named after an immigrant, Matthew Dill, an immigrant from County Monaghan, Ireland, who settled the town in 1740. The village became a center for local agriculture.
Dillsburg, Pennsylvania was invaded twice by Confederate cavalry during the Civil War’s Gettysburg Campaign. Dill’s Tavern, was founded in the 1750’s with a current building constructed between 1794 and 1819, and the Rev. Anderson B. Quay House are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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151 South Baltimore Street
Dillsburg, PA 17019
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