Pennsylvaanisch-Deitsche Blatznaame in Montgamry Kaundi (Montgomery County, PA)

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  • Ellsdaun Schtrooss (Allentown Road)
  • Bariyome (Perkiomen Creek)
  • Beddelmannsloch (cove in Lower Salford Twp., which was the abode of tramps)
  • Beddelmannsweegli (in Lower Salford Twp.; path between Indian Creek Dunker Meetinghouse and Salford Mennonite meetinghouse)
  • Betzi Eck (crossroads in Franconia Twp. = "Es Yunge Eck")
  • Bisskatzeschtrooss (in Marlborough Twp. and another in Franconia Twp.)
  • Bitschehiwwel (Mainland, Lower Salford Twp.; "Bitch Hill")
  • Breenschbarig (Branch Hill, Lower Salford Twp.)
  • Breenschgrick (East Branch of the Perkiomen Creek)
  • Bulleschteddel (Lucon)
  • Dausend Acker Busch (1,000 acres of woodland in Lower Salford Twp. near Harleysville)
  • Dausend Acker Schtrooss (Route 563 between Sumneytown and Tylersport)
  • Dief Grick (Deep Creek, upper Montgomery County)
  • Diefgricker Schtrooss (Deep Creek Road, upper Montgomery County)
  • Drapp (Trappe)
  • Ewwerschtbarigschtrooss (Upper Ridge Road, northern Montgomery County)
  • Ewwer Sollfard (Upper Salford Twp.)
  • Filldelfi (Philadelphia)
  • Fortsch Barig (Forge Hill at Green Lane)
  • Fraenguuni (Franconia)
  • Gleeschtrooss (Little Road, Rt. 73 between Zieglersville and Gilbertsville)
  • Glingelbarig (Ringing Hill, near Pottstown)
  • Grappeschteddel (Woxall)
  • Griener Baam (Green Tree)
  • Grienwill (East Greenville)
  • Grumbiereschtrooss (Potato Road, upper Salford Twp.)
  • Hammermiehl (the old forge at Green Lane)
  • Harleswill (Harleysville, Lower Salford Twp.)
  • Inschefeld (a region near Souderton)
  • Inschegrick Karich (Indian Creek UCC, near Telford, Franconia Tsp.)
  • Inschegrick Karich (Indian Creek Church of the Brethren, Harleysville, Lower Salford Twp.)
  • Kiehweg (Cow Path, Franconia Twp.)
  • Kolwe Eck (Kulp's Corner; near Lansdale, Hatfield Twp.)
  • Kuddelfleckbarig (Hill in Montgomery; some of the members of the nearby Keelor's Church desired to conduct a Sunday School and because the use of the church was denied to them on account of the opposition to Sunday Schools in the community erected a Sunday School building on what was then known as Sciota Hill. This was about 1855. On the night preceeding the dedication, their opponents hung a "Kuddelfleck" - a tripe - in the belfry of the new building)
  • Kuddelflecker Schtrooss (Perkiomenville Road, which runs from Obelisk to Perkiomenville, Upper Frederick)
  • Kuddelfleck Hall (Keelor's Union Church, Obelisk, Upper Frederick, originally called "Die Kirche zu Friedrichstadt")
  • Langbarig (The Long Hill)
  • Leddreschteddel (Lederachs(ville), Lower Salford Twp.)
  • Lieschtloch (the name of a swamp in Salford Twp., near Sumneytown)
  • Magowi (Macoby Creek, Marlborough Twp.; it is formed by several branches which rise in Lower Milford Twp., Lehigh County, and Milford Twp. of Bucks, PA and flows to the south through Upper Hanover Twp., Montgomery County, to the east of East Greenville, Pennsburg and Red Hill into Marlborough Twp., and flows through Green ane and into the Unami Creek at Sumneytown)
  • Marieli Loch (Sink hole on the old Alderfer Homestead in lower Salford Twp., where a girl named Marieli drowned in the 18th century)
  • Meintbarig (west of Schwenksville, Lower Frederick Twp; named for an early 18th century copper mine)
  • Melassichgrick (Molasses Creek, Upper Hanover Twp; the Molasses Creek rises in central Upper Hanover Twp and flows into Green Lane Reservoir)
  • Melassichhiwwel (Molasses Hill, New Hanover Twp)
  • Miehlebarig (Mill Hill, Franconia Twp, along the Indian Creek)
  • Miehlebarig (Mill Hill, Upper Hanover Twp)
  • Neideitschland (hamlet near Harleysville, Lower Salford Twp; settled by "New Germans" in middle of 19th century)
  • Nidder Sollfard (Lower Salford Twp)
  • Ewwer Sollfard (Upper Salford Twp)
  • Owweland (a hilly, stony area in northern Montgomery County in Marlborough Twp, located north of Ridge Road, occupied by church people who were thought to be less well off and less refined than their PG neighbors to the south, who lived on more productive land)
  • Oxekopp ("Oxhead", Sumneytown)
  • Oxekoppbarig (hill north of Sumneytown in Marlborough Twp, on the "Schmalzgass", today the Geryville Pike, because it was thought that the hill was in the shape of an oxhead)
  • Oxekoppwattshaus (tavern at the top of the Oxekoppbarig, Sumneytown)
  • Pallem (Palm, Upper Hanover Twp - after palm tree on old tavern sign)
  • Pennsbarig (Pennsburg)
  • Pulwerdaal (Powder Valley, upper Mont.)
  • Pulwermiehl (powder mill, Sumneytown)
  • Sauders/Sauderschteddel (Souderton)
  • Schippach (Skippack - City and Skippack folk region)
  • Schippacher Schtrooss/Peik (Skippack Pike, upper Mont.)
  • Schkippbach (Skippack Creek)
  • Schmalzgass (1. Geryville Pike, from Sumneytown to Geryville; 2. road from Sumneytown to Hoppenville)
  • Schmokpeifschtrooss (Smokepipe Road, Souderton)
  • Schofbrick (a bridge resting on piles, uncovered and without heavy guards for light burdens, near Green Lane across dam in Perkiomen)
  • Schteebarig (Stone Hill, Upper Salford Twp.)
  • Schteebariye (Stone Hills, Upper Salford and Lower Frederick Twps)
  • Schtinkgrick ("Honey Creek", Franconia Twp. Creek, which runs through Souderton. The Schtinkgrick is properly called "Honey Creek" and it flows into the east branch which flows into the Skippach Creek. So called because it was the local sewer line, which the Dutchmen called "die Schtinkgrick")
  • Vatzichfuussweg (a 40-foot road which runs through Hatfield and Towamencin Township)
  • Wanzehaus (old school house near Perkiomenville, so named because so many of the children had bed bugs, Marlborough Twp)
  • Es achteckich Schulhaus (octagonal schoolhouse which stood near Salfordville)
  • Allentaun Schtrooss (Allentaun Road)