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Felton History

Felton History

The town of Felton was laid out in 1856 when the Delaware Railroad reached this area. Located between Berrytown to the west and Johnny Cake Landing (Frederica) to the east, the town became a “whistle” stop on the new railroad line. Owing its existence to the railroad, Felton was named in honor of Samuel M. Felton, President of the Philadelphia, Wilmington and Baltimore Railroad and a major force in bringing ...

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Town Hall Scheduled Closings for 2014

Town Hall Scheduled Closings for 2014

Town Hall is open Monday thru Friday from 9a.m. to 5p.m. For more information please call Town Hall at 302-284-9365. Thank you. Town Hall is closed for the following holidays: News Year Day Martin Luther King Jr. Day Presidents Day Good Friday Memorial Day Independence Day Labor Day Columbus Day Veterans Day Thanksgiving Day Day After Thanksgiving Christmas Day

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