Daniel Stoy, Stoystown, Pennslyvania, The Flight 93 National Memorial, The September 11th Terrorist Attacks

The Founding Of Stoystown, Pennslyvania

Daniel Stoy was one of the first settlers west of the mountains in Pennslyvania. In 1762, Daniel Stoy lived on Forbes Road, within proximity of the Casper Stotler place within the Shade Township. The town of Stoystown, Pennslyvania was named after Daniel Stoy.

Author’s Note:

On September 11, 2001 Stoystown would be the site of a commercial plane that Al-Qadea terrorists took down, after four Americans attempted to take back control of the plane, during a plot to have the plane crash into the U.S. Capitol building.

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