“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Hookstown, Pennsylvania

Clickable Map of Beaver County, Pennsylvania and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Beaver County, PA (216) Allegheny County, PA (550) Butler County, PA (51) Lawrence County, PA (40) Washington County, PA (343) Columbiana County, OH (110) Hancock County, WV (28)  BeaverCounty(216) Beaver County (216)  AlleghenyCounty(550) Allegheny County (550)  ButlerCounty(51) Butler County (51)  LawrenceCounty(40) Lawrence County (40)  WashingtonCounty(343) Washington County (343)  ColumbianaCountyOhio(110) Columbiana County (110)  HancockCountyWest Virginia(28) Hancock County (28)
Beaver is the county seat for Beaver County
Hookstown is in Beaver County
      Beaver County (216)  
      Allegheny County (550)  
      Butler County (51)  
      Lawrence County (40)  
      Washington County (343)  
      Columbiana County, Ohio (110)  
      Hancock County, West Virginia (28)  
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1Pennsylvania (Beaver County), Hookstown — Frankfort Mineral Springs
Famous resort and health spa initiated in the late 1790's. The "Frankfort House" serviced patrons in the summer months for over a century and closed in 1912. The waters contained fifteen different minerals thought to have medicinal qualities.Map (db m49700) HM
2Pennsylvania (Beaver County), Hookstown — Mill Creek
Mill Creek was an important part of pioneer life during the early settlement of Hookstown and the surrounding area. Numerous saw mills, woolen mills and grain mills utilized the water power of Mill Creek to operate, thus the basis for its name.Map (db m53892) HM
3Pennsylvania (Beaver County), Hookstown — Site of Early Methodist Church
Early Methodist Episcopal Church circa 1832. Ground given for church use and free burial plot. Deeded in 1834 by Mathias Hook. Hookstown's founder and a Revolutionary soldier who is buried here. Summer subscription school held here in 1859.Map (db m49699) HM
4Pennsylvania (Beaver County), Hookstown — 14 — Site of the First Presbyterian Church of Beaver County PennsylvaniaAmerican Presbyterian and Reformed Historical Site
The congregation was served by supply ministers from 1784 until the coming of George M. Scott on Sept 14, 1799 he served Mill Creek Church for 40 years and rests in this burial groundMap (db m122306) HM
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Dec. 6, 2022