How did Fehrtown, Pennsylvania get it’s name? This page provides a brief history about the naming of Fehrtown, Pennsylvania, the people who settled it, and the industry rising within it.
A bygone settlement in southeastern Nockamixon Township on the road from Revere to Upper Black Eddy near St. Joseph’s Church, Marienstein. It is named for the family of Fehr who had lived there, but has now become as extinct in that locality as the village itself. Few, if any, of the older inhabitants of the township remember the village. The name Marienstein was given to the district by the late Rev. Henry Stommel when St. Joseph’s Church was established in 1873 as a mission of St. John’s Church, Haycock.
Source: MacReynolds, George. Place Names in Bucks County Pennsylvania, 2nd Edition. Doylestown, PA: The Bucks County Historical Society, 1955.