|Lancaster County area||Pennsylvania||220||36,920|
|Holmes County area||Ohio||274||35,130|
|Geauga County area||Ohio||132||18,650|
|Adams County area||Indiana||58||8,595|
|Nappanee County area||Indiana||43||5,910|
|Daviss County area||Indiana||29||4,855|
|Mifflin County area||Pennsylvania||30||3,905|
|Allen County area||Indiana||22||3,190|
|Indiana County area||Pennsylvania||21||2,985|
|Seymour County area||Missouri||16||2,665|
Note: Settlement and district statistics were updated in June 2017. The number of people in a church district varies by settlement. For example, there are approximately 170 people per district in the Lancaster County settlement and approximately 130 per district in the Holmes County settlement. Population figures include both adults and children. Estimates were calculated using a variety of sources including Raber’s New American Almanac, reports by correspondents in Die Botschaft, The Budget, and The Diary, settlement directories, regional newsletters, and settlement informants. The table includes all Amish groups that use horse-and-buggy transportation, but excludes car-driving groups such as the Beachy Amish and Amish Mennonites.
To cite this page: “Twelve Largest Amish Settlements, 2017.” Young Center for Anabaptist and Pietist Studies, Elizabethtown College. http://groups.etown.edu/amishstudies/statistics/largest-settlements/.