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HEREFORD, [1] (460 alt.,160 pop.), is an attractive crossroads hamlet in a narrow valley. Although settled by German Schwenkfelders in I732, it was named for Herefordshire in England, the home of iron-masters who later came to the district.

In Hereford is the junction with State 100, which the tour now follows south (R), passing numerous old stone houses and outbuildings.

  1. Federal Works Agency, Pennsylvania, Guide to the Keystone State, 1940, Oxford University Press, New York.

School District: Upper Perkiomen

Hereford Map

Street Names
Chestnut Street • Route 100 • Seisholtzville Road

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