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Haycock Mennonite

Latvian Baptist Church

Founded in 1911
1142 Apple Road
Quakertown PA

The church was started by the members of the First Latvian Baptist Church of Philadelphia founded in1900. 


Davis' History of Bucks County , Vol 1, page 450.

"A mile east of Richlandtown, on the road to Doylestown and near the cross-roads at Loux's smith-shop, Haycock, is an old graveyard, where was once a log Methodist church, but taken down half a century ago.  On a ruined gravestone can be read the initials, J. M., the latter letter being supposed to stand for Mofley, an inhabitant of the neighborhood."

Kindly shared by Tom Meyers



St. John the Baptist

Haycock Run Road

Intelligencer 5/9/1854

Laying of corner stone - On Sunday the14th of May, the corner stone of the Catholic Church of Haycock, will be laid by the Bishop of Philadelphia, at 11 o'clock, a.m. The friends of the Church are all invited to attend. May 9, 1854



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