HISTORY

FAMILY NAMES OF HAYCOCK

Haycock, the mountain was named by early settlers for its “resemblance to a cock of hay,” according to W.W.H. Davis’ 1876 book titled “History of Bucks County.”

1810 Census

1820 Haycock Census

1840 Haycock Census

1853 Strause

Public Sales 1855-1859

1871 Business Directory

Buckwampun

Camp Washington

Danneltown

Haycock Honor Roll

Links

Maps

Founders

Obituaries

 







Newspaper Articles

Haycock School Applebachsville

Erwin Stover House

Pennsylvania State Archives State Records At Ancestry

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An Early Woodland The Mackenzie Site

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Email: Contact@haycockhistoricalsociety.org

Page last updated::July 7, 2015  

 

Mission Statement: The purpose of the Haycock Historical Society is to research and preserve the history of Haycock and to promote and perpetuate public interest and to inform the public generally of the rich heritage of Haycock Township.

Haycock Historical Society
P.O. Box 715
Quakertown Pa 18951
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