In 1682, William Penn established Chester County as one of three original counties in the Pennsylvania Colony and a Court House was constructed in 1724 in Chester near the Delaware River. Population density and immigrant migration necessitated moving the facility inland. Between 1784-1786 a Court House was built in the village of West Chester on High Street.
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Updated: 22nd February, 2019 2:17 AM.