Welcome to The Millbrook Society.
The Millbrook Society is a non-profit organization that inspires passion about preserving and protecting the rich history of Hatboro and local communities.

We achieve our mission through three interrelated activities:

 

PRESERVATION…by collecting and maintaining artifacts, documents, manuscripts, maps.

 

PROTECTION…by archaeology, and recording and researching historical data on buildings and other assets.

 

EDUCATION…by presentations, programs, publications, reenactments and related activities.

 


UPCOMING EVENTS...

OCTOBER IS PA ARCHAEOLOGY MONTH! Stop by Moland House THIS SUNDAY, October 13th, between 1-4 p.m. (during the Moland House open house).   You will see a sampling of artifacts found on this historic property, help screening soil, and learn more about the typical archaeologist's excavating process and tools of the trade.  FREE PROGRAM.  Free will donations greatly appreciated.  Celebrate PA Archaeology Month!  

 

Historic Moland House is General Washington's Bucks County headquarters!  Moland's open house runs between 11 a.m.- 4 p.m. and will include an open hearth cooking demonstration!   Moland House is located at 1641 York Road in Hartville, Warwick Township.  Visit the links below for more information:

 

https://moland.org/    
https://www.facebook.com/events/427459864570581/

 

 

OCTOBER IS FAMILY HISTORY MONTH!  Join us NEXT SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19TH, 10 A.M.-12 Noon at the historic Union Library.  The Millbrook Society and Union Library are joining to present Exploring PA Genealogy,” Mary Porter (Research Librarian, Indian Valley Library) explores general and specialized resources for researching PA genealogy (useful for genealogy in other states).  Celebrate Family History Month!  

 

Union Library is located 243 S. York Road in Hatboro.  FREE PROGRAM.  Free will donations are greatly appreciated.  Click on the link below for information and registration: 

http://hatborolibrary.org/

 

 

 

 


Millbrook Highlights...

Visit our renovated Amy B. Yerkes museum/collection and see what's new!  Hatboro Baptist Church, 2nd Floor, most Wednesday evenings from 7:30-9:30 (or by appointment for groups).  


Click on the News & Events tab above for news on recent activities and archive. 


The Crooked Billet Monument is getting a makeover!  In June 2018, the historic Crooked Billet Monument was removed from the Crooked Billet Elementary School grounds.  It will be refurbished as the new school is constructed.  Visit here to recall the history and meaning of this local treasure!   

Give the Gift of History!

Are you looking for that special gift for the historian in your life?!  Looking to enhance your personal home collection?

Check out what we have in store... books, DVDs, historical maps and more! Give the gift that keeps on giving... LEARNING about our local history and helping to PRESERVE it!

 

 

Click here to see the items in our online store. Items can also be ordered by email or phone, and may be available at our programs and events. Your donation directly supports The Millbrook Society and our mission-driven work! (millbrooksociety@gmail.com, 215-957-1877)

 

Donate to The Millbrook Society!

The Millbrook Society of Hatboro PA is a 501c3 nonprofit organization, so we rely on our members and friends like you to help us all fulfill the mission we ALL share: preservation, protection, and education of our local history!

 

Membership, merchandise donations, free-will giving at our events and other forms of giving surely enable us to maintain our museum/archives and to achieve all our mission-driven activities. So, your giving truly impacts our success!

 

Please consider giving to The Millbrook Society in honor of a loved one, or just to be part of the community of people care about our local history.

 

Contact us for more information on making a donation.

 

 

Society Insights... Did you know?...

One of Hatboro’s most historic memorials is getting a makeoverThe Crooked Billet monument has been standing in Hatboro since 1861.  In June 2018, it was removed from the Crooked Billet Elementary School grounds.  It will be refurbished as the new school is constructed.  Visit here to recall the history and meaning of this local treasure!   

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