York County timeline

A year-by-year look at York County’s history, from Jim McClure’s “Never to be Forgotten.”


7 Responses to York County timeline

  1. linda says:

    do you have any information about a double homicide sucide in a dillsburg home in the early 80’s

    • Jim McClure says:

      Linda, No, sorry I don’t. Unfortunately, those homicide/suicides are all-too-common even in those days. If you had a date, you could probably locate via newspaper microfilm at the York County Heritage Trust/Jim

  2. Bobbie says:

    About 20 years ago, the Budweiser horses were in town for the York Street Fair which is held on Mother’s Day each year. Do you have a photo of the horses at the street fair?

    • Jim McClure says:

      Bobbie, The YDR’s digitized photo archives go back only as far as the 1990s. We might have the Budweisers at some other event in York County – the York Fair, for example. But not the Street Fair. You might be able to find a microfilmed copy of the horses at the York County Heritage Trust, which has microfilm in those years./Jim

  3. Lisa Toomey says:

    Mr. McClure,
    Are there any buildings in York City on the National Register of Historic Places? Trinity UCC 32 W. Market St – corner stone 1865: I am just starting the application process for our church. Thank you!

  4. Kelly says:

    Can you tell me what used to be where the rabbit transfer center is now on king st?

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