Historic hamlet center along Gravel Pike (Route 29) a short distance south of Green Lane Borough.
Perkiomenville is pleasantly located on the Perkiomen river and the Perkiomen R. R., in Frederick Township, Montgomery county; a thrifty village of 140 inhabitants, situated 20 miles north of Norristown, the county seat. The river furnishes power here to operate 1 saw, 1 planing and 2 flour mills. Butter and cheese are marketed. Ex., P. & R.; Wm. Zeigler, postmaster. [Polk's Gazetteer, 1882]
- Beitennan O H, General Store.
- Beitenman O H & J F H, wagonmkrs.
- Breuninger Wmi. tinner.
- Brey Edwin, planing mill.
- Faust J 1, Supt Creamery.
- Gottshalk J H, cigar mrfr.
- Gottshalk J W, cigar mnfr.
- Houck Joshua, tailor.
- Kiler John, blacksmith.
- Link John, pottery.
- Nice J H, flour and saw mills.
- Rahn Isaac, Hotel.
- Rahn John, lumber.
- Reed Jacob, shoemkr.
- Renninger Nathan S, meat market.
- Renninger & Markley, live stock.
- Shade Nathaniel, pipe mnfr.
- Shealer J, shoemkr.
Crusher Road • Gravel Pike • Perkiomenville Road • Route 29