How did Finland, Pennsylvania get it’s name? This page provides a brief history about the naming of Finland, Pennsylvania, the people who settled it, and the industry rising within it.
Small village in southwest Milford Township on Unami Creek near the Montgomery County line. It was once a post office, which has been discontinued, and mail is supplied by rural delivery. The village is not mentioned in any county history. The name seems to be recent and may have been first applied to the village when the post office was established. Its derivation has not been determined, though it has been suggested that it may be a contraction of a term like “Fineland.”
Source: MacReynolds, George. Place Names in Bucks County Pennsylvania, 2nd Edition. Doylestown, PA: The Bucks County Historical Society, 1955.