Pennsylvaanisch-Deitsche Blatznaame in Lechaa Kaundi (Lehigh County, PA)

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  • Haasedaal
  • Eile Daal
  • Allemaengel (old name for the region of Lynn and Albany Twps, Lehigh and Berks Counties)
  • Haffedeckel Court
  • Edelweiss Road
  • Herrnhutter Strass (Road)
  • Schulbarig (en Barig in Heidelberg Twp., zwischich Germansville un Pleasant Corner)
  • Bassemdaal (Possum Valley)
  • Bassemlehn (Possum Lane)
  • Bausche Daal (Bausch Valley)
  • Beddlehem (Bethlehem)
  • Butzegass (along the road leading from Zion Lehigh Church to Mertztown lies "die Butzegass")
  • Donatskopp (high point on the Blue Mountain, Lehigh)
  • Drammloch (Dryville, today "Drumhole" - incorrect translation - near Egypt)
  • Eemaus (Emmaus)
  • Ellsdaun (Allentown)
  • Fanasser Grick (Furnace Creek - the Trout Creek, which runs into the Lehigh River at Slatington)
  • Friedenshidde (Friedenshuetten, near Bethlehem)
  • Gamannswill (Germansville)
  • Graesli's Schtadt (a small settlement in Heidelberg near the border of Linn-Lowhill-Heidelberg Townships)
  • Grufsebarig (near Coopersburg, PA)
  • Gruppebarig (hill near Coopersburg)
  • Haffedeckel Weg ("Crock Cover Way", Lynn Twp.)
  • Handwarickschteddel (exact location?)
  • Heidelberg Weeg (Heidelberg Road, Upper Macungie Twp.)
  • Heidelberger Grick (Mill Creek, rising at Heidelberg Church, Heidelberg Twp. and running into the Jordan at Weidasville, Lowhill Twp.)
  • Hockelbeerebarig (Allentown, cf. BEAM 2006)
  • Hossesack (Hosensack, Lower Milford Twp.)
  • Hossesack Daal (Hosensack Valley)
  • Hossesack Grick (Hosensack Creek)
  • Iegypden (Egypt)
  • Inschefeld (the field immediately surrounding the large springs of the Robert K. Moser estate in Trexlertown, where an "arrow point factory" was located at one time, and where many chips, unfinished as well as finished, unfinished and broken points are still found)
  • Kischtlers Daal (Kostler's Valley, near Lynnville, Lynn Twp.)
  • Kupersbarig (Coopersburg)
  • Lechaa Barig (Lehigh Moundtain, Salisbury Twp.)
  • Lechaa Daal (Lehigh Valley)
  • Lechaa Wasser Kaft (Lehigh Water Gap, which is located in the northern tip of Washington Twp., northern Lehigh, where the Lehigh River flows south through the Blue Mountain)
  • Lechaa Kaundi (Lehigh County)
  • Leddereckposchde (Leather Cornerpost, Lowhill Twp.)
  • Loewe Grick (Lyon Creek at Lyon Valley, Lowhill Twp.)
  • Magunschi (Macungie Twp.)
  • Millerschteddel (Macungie, Lower Macungie Twp)
  • Naazrett (Nazareth)
  • Nei Gnaadehidde (New Gnadenhuetten)
  • Ontalaani (Ontalaunee Creek, Lynn Twp; The Ontalaunee Creek rises in Lynn Twp on the southern slope of the Blue Mountain and flows south through the Onalaunee Park by New Tripoli and on westward through Lynn Twp and southward into Albany Twp in Berks County by Kempton where it flows into the Maiden Creek)
  • Rosenthal (located in the farthermost corner of Allemaengel, between the Pinnacle and the Blue Mountain, now given the name Eckville. Rosenthal is the name always used in the early reports of both the Reformed and the Lutheran Synods)
  • Sandschpring (Sand Spring, on the mountain above Emmaus)
  • Schleetdeel (Slatedale, Borough in Washington Twp.)
  • Schocheri (name of a foothill in Lynn Twp.)
  • Schulbarig/Schulhiwwel ("school hill", the hill on Rt. 29 just before coming into Slatingtown)
  • Weilergass (a small community lying north by northwest from Zion Lutheran Church, Upper Milford Twp)
  • Ziegel-Karich (Ziegels Union Church, Weisenberg Twp.)