Fort Allen Memorial

Fort Allen Memorial

Double-sided bronze plaques on an uncarved local stone. This monument memorializes Fort Allen, a place of defense and refuge for the mostly German settlers of Harrold during Lord Dunmore’s War and the Native American uprising of 1774, as well as during the American Revolution.

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Date of Installation:

July 4, 1929

Organization Responsible for Installation:

PA Historical Conmission & Citizens of Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania

Memorial War Era(s):



Saint John’s Harrold Reformed Church UCC, 103 Saint John’s Church Road (at intersection with Baltzer Mayer Pike), Greensburg, PA 15601 40 Degrees 16’ 45” North 79 Degrees 35’ 31” West Fort Allen/Harrold is an unincorporated village located in Hempfield Township, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania.

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Fort Allen Memorial

Fort Allen Memorial

Fort Allen Memorial


Published on September 25, 2021