TWELVE LARGEST AMISH SETTLEMENTS, 2015
|Lancaster County Area||Pennsylvania||204||34,070|
|Holmes County Area||Ohio||257||33,410|
|Geauga County Area||Ohio||115||17,020|
|Adams County Area||Indiana||57||8,275|
|Daviess County Area||Indiana||29||4,570|
|Mifflin County Area||Pennsylvania||28||3,360|
|Allen County Area||Indiana||21||3,045|
|Indiana County Area||Pennsylvania||21||2,795|
|New Wilmington Area||Pennsylvania||19||2,415|
Note: Settlement and district statistics were updated as of May 2015. The number of people in a church district varies by settlement. For example, there are approximately 167 people per district in the Lancaster County settlement versus approximately 130 per district in the Holmes County settlement.
Sources: Raber’s Almanac, reports by correspondents in Amish publications, the annual migration report in the Diary, state and regional settlement directories, regional newsletters, and informants in various settlements.
To cite this page: “The Twelve Largest Amish Settlements, 2015.” Young Center for Anabaptist and Pietist Studies, Elizabethtown College. http://groups.etown.edu/amishstudies/statistics/largest-settlements/.