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Oxford Heights

Oxford Heights, [1] named for the borough near which it grew, was started in 1928 when a promoter named S. E. Dameron from Newark, Delaware, laid out 148 building lots in Lower Oxford Township and hired a brass band to help him sell them.

  1. Pinkowski, Edward, Chester County Place Names, Philadelphia: Sunshine Press, 1962.

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