Monroe County Information

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Created on April 1, 1836, from parts of Northampton County and Pike County and named for President James Monroe. It was enacted, "that the township of Ross, Chestnuthill, Tobyhanna, Pokono, Hamilton, Stroud and Smithfield, north of the Blue mountain in Northampton county, together with the townships of Middle Smithfield, Price and Coolbaugh, in Pike county, shall be, and the same are hereby declared to be erected into a separate county, to be called Monroe"



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Monroe County Townships
Monroe County Townships

Monroe County Historical 1944
Monroe County Historical 1944

Monroe County 1860
Monroe County 1860


On 20 May 2015 at 15:33 GMT Philip Smith wrote:

There is a link on this page to

Category: Chestnuthill Township, Pennsylvania it should go to Category: Chestnuthill Township, Monroe County, Pennsylvania

There are links for Paradise and PoconoTownships that needs the county