Crenshaw, Pennsylvania facts for kids
The Redferd Segers House, on the National Register of Historic Places
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Crenshaw is a census-designated place located in Snyder Township, Jefferson County in the state of Pennsylvania. Its location is approximately 2 miles east of the borough of Brockway on route 219. As of the 2010 census the population was 468 residents.
The railroad was extended to Crenshaw around 1882. A post office was established at Crenshaw in 1886, and remained in operation until 1967.
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