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Nockamixon Twp, Bucks County, PA

The historic village of Kintnersville is located at the northern terminus of River Road (Route 32) where it intersects with Easton Road (Route 611) in Nockamixon Township.

According to the Villages of Bucks County Guidebook*, "This village was named for the Kintners, a prominent German family who first arrived in Philadelphia about 1763. ... Members of the family served in the Revolutionary War and the War of 1812 as well as holding several county government positions. In 1860 the village contained twenty houses, a hotel, store, lumber mill and large flour mill. [1]

Nearby historic places of related interest: Nockamixon Twp: historic villages of Bucksville, Ferndale and Revere; the Delaware River and Delaware Canal; Durham Twp: historic villages of Durham Mill and Durham; Boro of Riegelsville.

  1. Bucks County Planning Commission, The Villages of Bucks County: A Guidebook, 1987

Street Names
Easton Road • Easton Road • River Road • Route 32 • Route 611 • Route 611