Brogue Heating Oil Delivery
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Do you want to be able to trust your heating oil company again? Good news—Tevis Energy now delivers to Brogue, PA. Tevis’ customers enjoy next day or soon delivery and affordable heating oil prices that include ECOPlus at no extra cost to you! Click HERE to experience life with a dependable, family-owned heating oil provider.
Brogue is an officially unincorporated community that exists in York County, located within the great state of Pennsylvania! Brogue shares its zip code, 17309, with the community of Shenks Ferry, which also is unincorporated by York County. According to the most recent data available, Brogue has a population that is close to 2,100 folks. The community itself spans for about 24.8 square miles of land, which may include some area of water. Brogue is technically within the Township of Chanceford, an incorporated community that presides over the area with the power vested in it by York County and, ultimately, by Pennsylvania. Chanceford Township is not that much bigger than Brogue—using data from 2010 we can predict that its population is slightly over 6,100 residents.
The township has some historic features, such as its many established campgrounds, the famous Mason-Dixon Trail, access to the banks of the Susquehanna River and the Guinston United Presbyterian Church which found a place on the National Register of Historic Places in the year of 1976. Some of the areas campgrounds include Apollo Park, Allegro and Vineyards Campsite. One of the more notable individuals to originate from the township’s own borders was a man by the name of Johnson K. Duncan, who is notable because of his strange fate: he was one of the few Northern-born individuals to fight for the South during the Civil War. Chanceford, which contains Brogue, was settled in 1735 and became an incorporated township in 1747. In total, it covers around 48.5 square miles of only land. Brogue is located near its center, putting the office of Chanceford next to the unincorporated community.