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Line Lexington

LINE LEXINGTON. A village of 286 inhabitants, situated in Hatfield township, Montgomery county, nearly on the line between that and Bucks county, 16 miles northeast of Norristown, the county seat, 3 northeast of Lansdale, the location of nearest bank, and 1 mile north of Colmar, its shipping point on Doylestown Br. N. P. Div. P. & R. R. R. H. Robinson, postmaster. [Polk's Gazetteer, 1882]

  • Apple P R, Hotel.
  • Barndt John, carriagemkr.
  • Brand Frank, tinner.
  • Brand Spencer, meat market.
  • Burgey Wm, tailor.
  • Coar Thomas, blacksmith.
  • Crouthamel Hilary, tailor.
  • Crouthamel I R, carpenter.
  • Hartman Mathias, cooper.
  • Kerns Christian, shoemkr.
  • Leidy Isaiah, justice.
  • Leidy M H, general store.
  • Line Lexington Mutual Fire Insurance Co.
  • Lyson Isaac, live stock.
  • Mitchener J C, veterinary surgeon.
  • Price Jonathan, veterinary surgeon.
  • Reiner Harrow Co, agr imp.
  • Reiner & Bro, agr imps.
  • Remer Enos, carpenter.
  • Robinson Henry, General Store.
  • Scholl Leidy, general store.
  • Seiple John, carpet weaver.
  • Weikel Henry, painter.
  • Wentworth George W, hotel.
  • Zoller Henry, boots and shoes.

School District: North Penn

Line Lexington Map

Street Names
Bethlehem Pike • Route 309

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