|Elevation||1,470 ft (450 m)|
|Time zone||UTC-5 (Eastern (EST))|
|• Summer (DST)||UTC-4 (EDT)|
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Kellersburg was founded in 1842 by Nicholas Keller, Sr. consisting originally of twenty-three lots, on both sides of the Olean road in the eastern part of the township Keller sold his lots at $20 and $30 each, good prices for those days, retaining five-sixteenths of an acre for his hotel and store.
Red Bank post office was established May 13, 1842, C. Shunk, postmaster. On February 24, 1871 its name was changed to Kellersburgh, David Grant postmaster. Its name was changed again to Kellersburg in 1894. In 1913 A.M. Willison was postmaster, keeping the post office in his store.
Salem Evangelical Lutheran Church
The pastors from the beginning have been: Rev. G.A. Reichert, 1832-37; Rev. Henry D. Keyl, occasionally from 1838 to 1842; Rev. William Uhl, 1846-48; Rev. J.A. Nuner, 1849-51; Rev. Thomas Stock, 1851-54; Rev. George F. Ehrenfeld, 1854-55; Rev. Thomas Steck, 1856; Rev. Michael Sweigert, 1858-64; Rev. Henry Gathers, 1864-68; Rev. S.S. Stouffer, 1870; Rev. William E. Crebs, 1871-73; Rev. David Townsend, 1873-74; Rev. Wilson Selner, 1875-81; Rev. Elias A. Best, 1883-86; Rev. J.W. Schwartz, 1889-92; Rev. W.M. Hering, 1892-93; Rev. William J. Bucher, 1893-97; Rev. F.J. Matter, 1897-1900; Rev. Charles E. Berkey, 1900-03; Rev. W.B. Claney, 1903-10; Rev. William E. Sunday, 1910.
Methodist Episcopal Church
- "Kellersburg". Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey.
- "Atlas of Armstrong County Pennsylvania, page 49". Pomeroy, Whitman & Co. 1876. Retrieved 9 November 2018.
- Robert Walter Smith (1883). History of Armstrong County Pennsylvania, Chapter 12. Chicago : Waterman, Watkins. 1883. Retrieved 8 November 2018.
- "Armstrong County, PA: Her People, Past and Present, Chapter 35, page 259". Chicago: J. H. Beers & Co. 1914. Retrieved 16 November 2018.
- "Post Offices, Pennsylvania, Armstrong County". Jim Forte Postal History.
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