Chester is considered one of the old towns of the state. In 1719, about eighty people, formed an association, for the purpose of securing a tract of land in the "Chesnut Country" (so called) and stationed three men upon this tract, to hold possession until they could procure a lawful title. Since then a lot has happened. The town is now 26 miles square and home to many farms and orchards. It is a little off the beaten path and this enables many home owners to have horses, chicken and beautiful gardens.





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