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Enon Valley
Lawrence County, Pennsylvania

ZipCodes
16120




Page Contents for Enon Valley, Pennsylvania

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Historical Events



Statistics & Facts

The Pennsylvania state capital is Harrisburg.
The population of Enon Valley is approximately 355 (1990), 306 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 133 (1990), 122 (2010).
The amount of land area in Enon Valley is 1.341 sq. kilometers.
The amount of surface water is 0.012 sq kilometers.
The distance from Enon Valley to Washington DC is 231 miles.
The distance to the Pennsylvania state capital is 193 miles. (as the crow flies)
Enon Valley is positioned 40.85 degrees north of the equator and 80.45 degrees west of the prime meridian.


Enon Valley Historical Events

1870, March 23
Thomas Brownlees place at Todds Bank on Standing Hill
Robert John Stoker Campbell a coal miner in England came to Enon Valley to work in the coal mine with his father who had moved here in 1864. He kept a diary of his journey from England including the costs, ie:-train fare from Boston to Pittsburgh $ 71,luggage $ 5&60cents,Pittsburgh to Enon Valley $ 6&40 cents luggage $ 2,and from Enon Valley to Todds Bank $ 2. While they lived here his daughter, my great-grandmother was born 24 Aug 1875. Robert and his new family moved back to England but his father and brothers and sisters stayed over there and married. Their descendants still live there. Stephen Campbell opened a paper mill in Baltimore and the family is still there.
Submitted by George Hogarth, great-great grandson

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