Cochranville History
About Cochranville

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Cochranville, Pennsylvania Cochranville is located in western Chester County, Pennsylvania, at the intersection of Route 41 and Route 10. It is made up of parts of Londonderry, Highland, and West Fallowfield Townships. Cochranville was founded in 1725 by James Cochran, on land just south of the present community center on …Read the Rest

Faggs Manor United Presbyterian Church
Buildings & Places

Faggs Manor United Presbyterian Church

Founded 1730 “This congregation began almost 275 years ago when the Great Awakening swept the entire Atlantic seaboard with spiritual …Read the Rest

Cochranville Methodist Church
Buildings & Places

Cochranville Methodist Church

Church Drive Heidi Silliman, Pastor The Parkesburg Library has a folder containing the following: • The history of the Cochranville …Read the Rest

Place Names
About Cochranville

Place Names

Text below excerpted from: Chester County Place Names, Edward Pinkowski, 1962. “In 1724 James Cochran, after whom the village in …Read the Rest

Cochranville School Primary Class in 1923
Schools

Cochranville School Primary Class in 1923

This wonderful photograph was sent in to me with a request for an identification. If you know any of these …Read the Rest

Octorara High School Sports Newspaper Articles, ca. 1982
Schools

Octorara High School Sports Newspaper Articles, ca. 1982

Here are some newspaper articles I found in a box and scanned. These are from my high school years, about …Read the Rest

Cochranville Businesses & Organizations
About Cochranville

Cochranville Businesses & Organizations

Ashley’s Gifts Crafts, Candy & More Route 10, Cochranville, PA 19330 610-593-2469 (This business occupies the old Brown’s Store. Find …Read the Rest