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Miller's Tavern (site)

Formerly/Also Known As Riggle's Tavern, Dutton's Tavern

1000 Old National Pike
Centerville, PA 15333

From Searight's The Old Pike (1894):

The house now occupied by Morris Cleaver, on the hill west of Centreville, was at one time a tavern. It was first kept by Charley Miller, then by Zeph Riggle, and next, in 1836, by Mrs. Dutton, mother of John R. Dutton, the well known, reputable and prosperous merchant of Brownsville. Mrs. Dutton owned the property, and moved from here to Brownsville, after which this old tavern closed. Its career was somewhat brief, but it was a well kept tavern, and had a good line of custom in its day.

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