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Lanark was named after a town in Scotland. [1]

Heller's Tavern at Lanark was opened in 1800 by a Mr. Keimly. Peter Knepply kept a store there. Jacob Seider also had a tavern in the township. In 1772 Jacob Ziegenfuss was a tavernkeeper here. In 1778 William Kunius, John Stahl, Nicholas Kooken and Erhard Weber had taverns. In 1788 Carl Huth and Richard Jackson had stores in the township and Daniel Kupper a tavern.

  1. Lehigh County Historical Society, Annual Proceedings, 1924, Allentown PA

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