Murrinsville, Pennsylvania

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Coordinates: 41°08′35″N 79°53′02″W / 41.143°N 79.884°W / 41.143; -79.884 Murrinsville is an unincorporated community located in Marion Township, Butler County, Pennsylvania, United States,[1] at the intersection of State Routes 308 and 58.

Murrinsville was surveyed in 1828 for 'Squire John MURRIN on the western slope of the Allegheny-Beaver divide, at a point 1,440 feet (440 meters) above ocean level, near the eastern line of the township. On December 19, 1828, the owner advertised a sale of lots, which took place in January 1829.[2]