If you’re looking for homes for sale in Lewisberry, we can help. Lewisberry is a small borough in northern York county. The land in and around Lewisberry was controlled by the Susquehannock tribe until the first Quaker settlements in the 1730s. These were some of the first Quaker settlements west of the Susquehanna River. Among them was Ellis Lewis, whose son Eli was the borough’s founder, The Quaker meeting house at the intersection of Old quaker and Lewisberry roads is the original Quaker meeting house in the area. During the Revolutionary War, the town became known for producing guns. Later, the town had a successful tannery, mill, brimstone match factory and coffee grinder factory. Today, the borough is mainly residential. Students in Lewisberry are served by the West Shore School District, and attend elementary, middle and high school in Lewisberry.