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Siesholtzville is named after a former hotel keeper at this place. The first public place was opened about 1800; a post office was established in 1849.

  1. A. E. Wagner, Ph.D., F. W. Balthaser, M.E., and D.K. Hoch, The Story of Berks County Pennsylvania, Eagle Book ad Job Press, Reading, 1913

Seisholtzville Map

Street Names
Route 1010 • Route 1047 • Saint Peters Road • Seisholtzville Road

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