Place:Newville, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States


Coordinates40.17°N 77.402°W
Located inCumberland, Pennsylvania, United States
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Newville is a borough in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, United States, west of Carlisle. The population was 1,326 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Harrisburg–Carlisle Metropolitan Statistical Area.

Newville is served by the Big Spring School District.


Intermediate source: USGENWEB, LAWS PASSED SESSION 1816/17 HARRISBURG, PA. SIMON SNYDER, Governor REES HILL, Speaker of the House of Representatives ISAAC WEAVER, Speaker of the Senate.

An act to incorporate the town of Newville, Cumberland county. That the town of Newville, Cumberland county, is hereby erected into a borough, bounded beginning on the bank of Big Spring adjoining land of the heirs of GABRIEL GLENN, adjoining land formerly of ROBERT WALKER, adjoining land formerly of ANDREW WALKER, adjoining lands of the heirs of JEREMIAH M'KIBBEN, to a black oak on the bank of Big Spring, and WILLIAM RITCHIE or JOHN HEATH, constable of Newton twp., shall publish and superintend the elections. 26 Feb 1817.

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