Hagersville, Pennsylvania

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Hagersville, Pennsylvania
Populated place
Hagersville, Pennsylvania is located in Pennsylvania
Hagersville, Pennsylvania
Hagersville, Pennsylvania
Location of Hagersville in Pennsylvania
Coordinates: 40°24′25″N 75°15′01″W / 40.40694°N 75.25028°W / 40.40694; -75.25028Coordinates: 40°24′25″N 75°15′01″W / 40.40694°N 75.25028°W / 40.40694; -75.25028
CountryUnited States
Elevation427 ft (130 m)
Time zoneUTC-5 (Eastern (EST))
 • Summer (DST)UTC-4 (EDT)
Area code(s)215
FIPS code42-31936
GNIS feature ID1176359

Hagersville is a populated place situated in East Rockhill Township in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.[2] It has an estimated elevation of 427 feet (130 m) above sea level.

History Hagersville post office was established in 1851 with Francis Gerhard as postmaster. The village was named for Colonel George Hager who was a politician of local prominence. Samuel Hager, another member of this influential family, was the founder of Perkasie. By the 1870s, Hagersville had a population of about 150 and had a store and hotel as well as blacksmith and wheelwright shops which thrived on the two coach factories also located here. Frederick Heany, son of a Rockhill settler/German immigrant, owned the hotel around 1875. He is notable as one of the leaders of the Fries Rebellion.


  1. ^ "Feature Detail Report for: Hagersville". Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey.
  2. ^ "Hagersville (in Bucks County, PA) Populated Place Profile". PA Hometown Locator. Retrieved December 18, 2015.