Geryville, Pennsylvania

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Geryville, Pennsylvania is a village located mainly in Milford Township, Bucks County but also in Upper Hanover Township, Montgomery County. The first letter of the name is pronounced as a hard "g." It is located just north of Route 663 and is split between the East Greenville zip code of 18041 and the Pennsburg zip code of 18073. [1] Originally known as Aurora, the village received its name from the postmaster Jesse Gery in 1865. The Publick House on the corner of Sleepy Hollow Road and Geryville Pike played a prominent role in Fries's Rebellion of 1799. [2] It is drained via the Macoby Creek southward into the Perkiomen Creek and Schuylkill River.

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  • Jamison Publick House [3]

Coordinates: 40°24′55″N 75°28′31″W / 40.41528°N 75.47528°W / 40.41528; -75.47528