|Haupt Family Photos|
|Brig. General Herman Haupt|
|Rev. William Henry Haupt|
|Gen. Haupt was also known as Lincoln's Railroad Man. He graduated from West Point in 1835 - the youngest to ever graduate from there. Gen. Haupt began the collection of Haupt family data.|
|Rev. Haupt was the family historian during the early 1900's and is largely responsible for much of the known family data.|
|Haupt's Mill Covered Bridge|
|Haupt's Mill Bridge crosses Cook's Creek in Springfield Township, Bucks County, PA. It was also known as Buck's County Bridge #212. It was 107 feet long and was built in 1872. The bridge was destroyed by fire in January of 1985.|
|Some of the attendees at the 4th Haupt reunion held at Upper Dublin Evangelical Lutheran Church (near Ambler, PA) in 1930.
Rev. W. H. Haupt organized the Colonial Haupt Association in the early 1920's and held several family reunions.
|This stone memorial is located in the old section of the cemetery at Upper Dublin Evangelical Lutheran Church (formerly known as Puff's Church) near Ambler, PA (in Montgomery County). The large stone was excavated from the Valley Forge Military Park and dedicated in 1932 by the Colonial Haupt Association. The more recently added bronze foot stone and tablet was added in 1996.|
|Haupt History - 930 years|
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