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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Chester County, Pennsylvania

 
Clickable Map of Chester County, Pennsylvania and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Chester County, PA (293) Berks County, PA (270) Delaware County, PA (257) Lancaster County, PA (431) Montgomery County, PA (258) New Castle County, DE (633) Cecil County, MD (181)  ChesterCounty(293) Chester County (293)  BerksCounty(270) Berks County (270)  DelawareCounty(257) Delaware County (257)  LancasterCounty(431) Lancaster County (431)  MontgomeryCounty(258) Montgomery County (258)  NewCastleCountyDelaware(633) New Castle County (633)  CecilCountyMaryland(181) Cecil County (181)
West Chester is the county seat for Chester County
Adjacent to Chester County, Pennsylvania
      Berks County (270)  
      Delaware County (257)  
      Lancaster County (431)  
      Montgomery County (258)  
      New Castle County, Delaware (633)  
      Cecil County, Maryland (181)  
 
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1Pennsylvania, Chester County, Atglen — Atglen
2Pennsylvania, Chester County, Atglen — Atglen Borough Hall — 1989 - 1994
3Pennsylvania, Chester County, Atglen — World War II
4Pennsylvania, Chester County, Birmingham Township — Battle of Brandywine — Sept. 11, 1777
5Pennsylvania, Chester County, Birmingham Township — Battle of Brandywine — September 11, 1777
6Pennsylvania, Chester County, Birmingham Township — Birmingham Friends Meeting House
7Pennsylvania, Chester County, Birmingham Township — Birmingham Hill
8Pennsylvania, Chester County, Birmingham Township — Birthplace of Isaac Sharpless — Placed on the National Register of Historic Places - 2011 —
9Pennsylvania, Chester County, Birmingham Township — Brandywine Battlefield A Commonwealth Treasure
10Pennsylvania, Chester County, Birmingham Township — Dilworthtown — The Battle of Brandywine Ended Here —
11Pennsylvania, Chester County, Birmingham Township — First Defense Line — American Army
12Pennsylvania, Chester County, Birmingham Township — Gen's Lafayette and Pulaski — At Birmingham, Sept. 11, 1777
13Pennsylvania, Chester County, Birmingham Township — In Memory of Those Who Fell
14Pennsylvania, Chester County, Birmingham Township — On This Native Stone
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15Pennsylvania, Chester County, Birmingham Township — Osborne Hill
16Pennsylvania, Chester County, Birmingham Township — Osborne's Hill
17Pennsylvania, Chester County, Birmingham Township — Sandy Hollow
18Pennsylvania, Chester County, Birmingham Township — The Battle of the Brandywine Foot Soldiers
19Pennsylvania, Chester County, Birmingham Township — The Friends School at Birmingham Meeting House
20Pennsylvania, Chester County, Birmingham Township — The Peace Garden at Birmingham
21Pennsylvania, Chester County, Birmingham Township — William Darlington Birthplace — ~ 1782 ~
22Pennsylvania, Chester County, Caln Township — John G. Parke
23Pennsylvania, Chester County, Caln Township — Philadelphia & Lancaster Turnpike Road
24Pennsylvania, Chester County, Charlestown Township — Valley Forge General Hospital
25Pennsylvania, Chester County, Coatesville — 9/11 Tragedy
26Pennsylvania, Chester County, Coatesville — Arcelormittal Plate LLC World Trade Center
27Pennsylvania, Chester County, Coatesville — Brandywine Iron Works - Early 1800s — The Lukens National Historic District
28Pennsylvania, Chester County, Coatesville — Brandywine Mansion
29Pennsylvania, Chester County, Coatesville — Brandywine Mansion — Lukens Historic District
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30Pennsylvania, Chester County, Coatesville — Charles Lukens Huston House
31Pennsylvania, Chester County, Coatesville — Charles Lukens Huston House Site — The Lukens National Historic District
32Pennsylvania, Chester County, Coatesville — Graystone - Abram Francis Huston House — The Lukens National Historic District
33Pennsylvania, Chester County, Coatesville — Lukens Executive Office Building — The Lukens National Historic District
34Pennsylvania, Chester County, Coatesville — Peter Bezellon
35Pennsylvania, Chester County, Coatesville — Terracina — The Lukens National Historic District
36Pennsylvania, Chester County, Coatesville — The Future of the Trees
37Pennsylvania, Chester County, Coatesville — The Lukens Mill - Early 1900s — The Lukens National Historic District
38Pennsylvania, Chester County, Coatesville — The Lukens Mill - Late 1800s — The Lukens National Historic District
39Pennsylvania, Chester County, Coatesville — The Making of the Trees
40Pennsylvania, Chester County, Coatesville — The Modern Mill — The Lukens National Historic District
41Pennsylvania, Chester County, Coatesville — The Return of the Trees
42Pennsylvania, Chester County, Coatesville — The Return of the Trees — 2006 - 2010
43Pennsylvania, Chester County, Coatesville — Veterans Memorial
44Pennsylvania, Chester County, Coatesville — Whittier C. Atkinson — (1893 - 1991)
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45Pennsylvania, Chester County, Cochranville — Oak Grove — 1865-1954
46Pennsylvania, Chester County, Downingtown — Downingtown Log House — - Circa 1701 -
47Pennsylvania, Chester County, Downingtown — Gibson's Bridge
48Pennsylvania, Chester County, Downingtown — This Park Named in Memory
49Pennsylvania, Chester County, East Bradford Township — Down by the Water’s Edge — Stroud Preserve
50Pennsylvania, Chester County, East Bradford Township — Gilbert Cope — 1840 - 1928
51Pennsylvania, Chester County, East Bradford Township — 19 — Jean Kane Foulke — 1867-1962 — National Votes for Women Trail —
52Pennsylvania, Chester County, East Bradford Township — Jefferis Ford
53Pennsylvania, Chester County, East Bradford Township — Sconnelltown.
54Pennsylvania, Chester County, East Bradford Township — Site of the Star Tavern — Circa 1784 — Drover's Tavern & Lumberyard —
55Pennsylvania, Chester County, East Bradford Township — Stroud Preserve
56Pennsylvania, Chester County, East Brandywine Township — James Joseph "Jim" Croce — (1943 - 1973)
57Pennsylvania, Chester County, East Brandywine Township — Thomas B. Read
58Pennsylvania, Chester County, East Brandywine Township — Thomas Buchanan Read
59Pennsylvania, Chester County, East Coventry Township — Canal Construction
60Pennsylvania, Chester County, East Coventry Township — Life on the Canal
61Pennsylvania, Chester County, East Coventry Township — Schuylkill Navigation Company
62Pennsylvania, Chester County, East Coventry Township — Towpath Park Historical Trail
63Pennsylvania, Chester County, East Fallowfield Township — Dr. Charlotte Moore Sitterly — (1898-1990)
64Pennsylvania, Chester County, East Fallowfield Township — Ida Ella Ruth Jones — (1874 – 1959)
65Pennsylvania, Chester County, East Fallowfield Township — Lynching of Zachariah Walker
66Pennsylvania, Chester County, East Goshen Township — Goshenville — ~c. 1704~ — National Register of Historic Places - 2000 —
67Pennsylvania, Chester County, East Goshen Township — Goshenville Blacksmith and Wheelwright Shops — Built circa 1740 with 1750 addition
68Pennsylvania, Chester County, East Goshen Township — John H. Ware 3rd, Commerce Center — Chester County Chamber of Business & Industry —
69Pennsylvania, Chester County, East Goshen Township — Milltown/Hickman Plank House — circa 1808
70Pennsylvania, Chester County, East Marlborough — Flower Garden Walk — Longwood's First Flower Garden — Heritage, Horticulture & Design —
71Pennsylvania, Chester County, East Marlborough — Historic Pumphouse — Constructed 1930 - 1931
72Pennsylvania, Chester County, East Marlborough — Longwood's Carillon
73Pennsylvania, Chester County, East Marlborough — Open Air Theatre
74Pennsylvania, Chester County, East Marlborough Township — American Elm — Ulmus americana — Historic Trees —
75Pennsylvania, Chester County, East Marlborough Township — An Engineer's Garden — Reported permanently removed
76Pennsylvania, Chester County, East Marlborough Township — Italian Water Garden
77Pennsylvania, Chester County, East Marlborough Township — Italian Water Garden
78Pennsylvania, Chester County, East Marlborough Township — Peirce's Park — An Arboretum and Pleasure Ground — Heritage, Horticulture & Design —
79Pennsylvania, Chester County, East Marlborough Township — Peirce's Woods — Where Nature and Design Meet — Heritage, Horticulture & Design —
80Pennsylvania, Chester County, East Marlborough Township — Peirce's Woods — Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow
81Pennsylvania, Chester County, East Marlborough Township — Pierre S. du Pont, Fountain Visionary — Reported permanently removed
82Pennsylvania, Chester County, East Marlborough Township — The Peirce - du Pont House — Longwood Heritage Exhibit
83Pennsylvania, Chester County, East Nantmeal Township — Colonel Thomas Bull — 1744 – 1837 — Founder and builder of Bulltown —
84Pennsylvania, Chester County, East Nantmeal Township — Welkinweir
85Pennsylvania, Chester County, East Nottingham Township — Hopewell Historic District
86Pennsylvania, Chester County, East Pikeland Township — Graceanna Lewis — (1821-1912)
87Pennsylvania, Chester County, East Vincent Township — Pennhurst State School & Hospital
88Pennsylvania, Chester County, East Whiteland Township — The Battle of the Clouds
89Pennsylvania, Chester County, Easttown Township — Devon Horse Show
90Pennsylvania, Chester County, Easttown Township — Historic Waynesborough
91Pennsylvania, Chester County, Franklin Township — Thomas McKean
92Pennsylvania, Chester County, Glen Mills — Squire Cheyney: Progressive Farmer — Squire Cheyney Farm Park — Thornbury Township —
93Pennsylvania, Chester County, Kennett Square — Kennett Square — National Register of Historic Places - 1989 —
94Pennsylvania, Chester County, Kennett Square — State Fencibles of Philadelphia Campsite
95Pennsylvania, Chester County, Kennett Square — Wm. W. Fahey Post No. 491 — Kennett Square
96Pennsylvania, Chester County, Kennett Township — Battle of Brandywine
97Pennsylvania, Chester County, Kennett Township — A48 — Battle of Brandywine
98Pennsylvania, Chester County, Kennett Township — Historic Fairville Village — c. 1744
99Pennsylvania, Chester County, Kennett Township — Indian Hannah Birthplace — 1730 - 1802
100Pennsylvania, Chester County, Kennett Township — Isaac & Dinah Mendenhall — (1806-82) / (1807-89)

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Jan. 30, 2023