About Us

When a community appreciates where it has been...it has better vision in terms of where it is going!

Mission

The mission of the Murrysville Historical Preservation Society is to educate residents through the discovery, collection and documentation of historical data, as well as support the preservation and refurbishing of historical structures, monuments and landmarks in the Murrysville area.

Meetings

Meetings are held on the third
Monday of every month, from 
7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.  

Upcoming Meetings

January 15, 2024

Murrysville Community Center, 3091 Carson Ave, 15668

February 19, 2024

Hoey/Staymates Cabin, 4151 Roundtop Rd, 15632

March 18 ,2024

April 15, 2024

May 20, 2024

*Meetings April thru October are held at The Sampson/Clark School House, 5332 West Pike Street, 15632

President Sam Staymates • Vice President Lou Intrieri • Secretary Jessica Mallisee • Treasurer Leonard Benson

Membership and Roots Coordinator Carol Intrieri Corresponding Secretary Suellen Watt

When a community appreciates where it has been...it has better vision of where it is going!  In 1820,  Jeremiah Murray planned and developed the sustainable community of Murrysville in three  livable sectors...urban, suburban and rural.  Going forward in 2020, we all need to remember our roots.  I urge you to support your local history today and for future generations!

Sponsors of

  • Annual historical event held on grounds of the Sampson/Clark Toll House, c. 1790, on the 3rd Saturday in September...rain or shine! The event continues to be historical in venue commemorating the local history of Franklin Township, County Westmoreland, Pennsylvania c. 1750 - 1820.
  • Local Roots Community Outreach presenters, taking our local history into the community -on going.
  • Managers of Municpal Park Hoey-Staymates log House and Barn as of April 2018.

We Support

  • Local Scouting Organizations
  • Initiatives with Franklin Regional School District
  • Murrysville Parks and Recreation Dept Pioneer Day Camp
  • Identification of Local Historical Sites
  • Local farmer’s markets in Murrysville and Export