Place:Lebanon, Pennsylvania, United States

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Contained Places
Borough
Cleona
Cornwall
Jonestown
Mount Gretna
Myerstown
Palmyra
Richland
Cemetery
Indiantown Gap National Cemetery
Census-designated place
Avon
Campbelltown
Fort Indiantown Gap
Fredericksburg
Lebanon South
Mount Gretna Heights
Newmanstown
Pleasant Hill (  ? - present )
Quentin
Sand Hill
Schaefferstown
Timber Hills
Church
Trinity Tulpehocken Reformed Congregation
Inhabited place
Annville ( 1813 - )
Bellegrove
Beverly Heights
Bordnersville
Buffalo Springs
Bunker Hill
Canaan Grove
Clear Spring
Coffeetown
Coheva
Colebrook
Cornwall Furnace
Cornwall Junction
Dogtown
East Hanover
Ebenezer
Edisonville
Flintville
Fontana
Freeport Mills
Gold Mine
Gravel Hill
Greble
Green Point
Hamlin
Harper Tavern
Hauckville
Hebron
Heilmandale
Indiantown
Inwood
Irona
Johnstown
Kleinfeltersville
Kutztown
Lawn
Lebanon Independent
Lebanon
Lickdale
McGillstown
Midway
Millardsville
Millbach Springs
Millbach
Moonstown
Mount Ararat
Mount Pleasant
Mount Wilson
Mount Zion
Murray
Nacetown
Ono
Pansy Hill
Plainville
Prescott
Reinoeldville
Reistville
Rocherty
Rockwood
Shirksville
South Lebanon
Springhaven
Steelstown
Stricklerstown
Sunset
Syner
Twin Grove Park
Union Water Works
Upper Lawn
Valley Glenn
Waldeck
Weavertown
West Jonestown
West Lebanon
Westmont
Woodfort
Zinns Mill
Populated place
Iona
North Cornwall
Rexmont
Sheridan
Township
Bethel
Cold Spring
Cornwall (township)
East Hanover (township)
Heidelberg
Jackson
Lebanon (township)
Millcreek
North Annville
North Cornwall (township)
North Lebanon
North Londonderry
South Annville
South Lebanon (township)
South Londonderry
Swatara
Union
West Cornwall
Unknown
Hamlin Cemetery
West Myerstown
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Lebanon County is a county located in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. As of the 2010 census, the population was 133,568. Its county seat is Lebanon.

Lebanon County is part of the Lebanon Metropolitan Statistical Area and the HarrisburgCarlisle–Lebanon Combined Statistical Area.

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Timeline

Date Event Source
1813 County formed Source:Red Book: American State, County, and Town Sources
1813 Land records recorded Source:Red Book: American State, County, and Town Sources
1813 Probate records recorded Source:Red Book: American State, County, and Town Sources
1820 First census Source:Population of States and Counties of the United States: 1790-1990
1830 No significant boundary changes after this year Source:Population of States and Counties of the United States: 1790-1990

Population History

source: Source:Population of States and Counties of the United States: 1790-1990
Census Year Population
1820 16,988
1830 20,557
1840 21,872
1850 26,071
1860 31,831
1870 34,096
1880 38,476
1890 48,131
1900 53,827
1910 59,565
1920 63,152
1930 67,103
1940 72,641
1950 81,683
1960 90,853
1970 99,665
1980 108,582
1990 113,744

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