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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Abington Township, Pennsylvania

 
Clickable Map of Montgomery 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 Montgomery County, PA (237) Berks County, PA (258) Bucks County, PA (250) Chester County, PA (292) Delaware County, PA (239) Lehigh County, PA (124) Philadelphia County, PA (1154)  MontgomeryCounty(237) Montgomery County (237)  BerksCounty(258) Berks County (258)  BucksCounty(250) Bucks County (250)  ChesterCounty(292) Chester County (292)  DelawareCounty(239) Delaware County (239)  LehighCounty(124) Lehigh County (124)  PhiladelphiaCounty(1154) Philadelphia County (1154)
Norristown is the county seat for Montgomery County
Abington Township is in Montgomery County
      Montgomery County (237)  
ADJACENT TO MONTGOMERY COUNTY
      Berks County (258)  
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      Chester County (292)  
      Delaware County (239)  
      Lehigh County (124)  
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1Pennsylvania (Montgomery County), Abington Township — Abington District World War I Memorial
Dedicated to the men and women of Abington District who answered the call to service in the World War Ernest Lafitte Brautigam James Diodato Aaron M. Welch [They died in service] George R. Ambler, Jr. • Harry A.D. Baer • Albert . . . Map (db m22840) HM
2Pennsylvania (Montgomery County), Abington Township — Abington Presbyterian Church Cemetery
Church founded on this site, 1714. Cemetery established, 1719. First recorded burial, 1728. Site of Revolutionary War skirmishes. Burials include pastors and educators notable in Abington, Philadelphia, and Princeton, and veterans of major wars.Map (db m22347) HM
3Pennsylvania (Montgomery County), Abington Township — George Washington
First in war, first in peace and first in the hearts of his countrymen. As a warrior, her served refusing pay and led in the achievement of our independence. As a statesman and lawgiver, his guiding wisdom assisted in framing the . . . Map (db m70699) HM WM
4Pennsylvania (Montgomery County), Abington Township — Gilbert Motier DeLafayetteBenefactor of Two Hemispheres — Born a Noble of France —
He served as citizen soldier of American liberty, the cherished friend of Washington - by whose side he fought and bled, in defence of a great principle that the only legitimate government is that which derives its authority from the governed. . . . Map (db m70694) HM WM
5Pennsylvania (Montgomery County), Abington Township — Melmar
Melmar was built in 1910 for Nicholas & Sarah Biddle. The Biddle's are one of Philadelphia's most prominent families who founded institutions such as Bailey, Banks and Biddle, JP Morgan, and the Union League of Philadelphia, the Wharton Business . . . Map (db m140715) HM
6Pennsylvania (Montgomery County), Abington Township — 179 — Old Abington Church and GraveyardAmerican Presbyterian and Reformed Historical Site
The oldest Presbyterian church in Montgomery County and mother church, directly or indirectly, to ten offspring churches. Founded in 1714 by the Rev. Malachi Jones, the first pastor. The original church stood in the center of the graveyard and was . . . Map (db m122481) HM
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7Pennsylvania (Montgomery County), Abington Township — Reverend Samuel Finley1715 - 1766
President of Princeton University 1751-1766 An original corporator of the Presbyterian Ministers Fund, oldest insurance company in the world. Here also rest the remains of The Reverend Samuel Finley Fifth President of Princeton . . . Map (db m23324) HM
8Pennsylvania (Montgomery County), Abington Township — Revolutionary War Patriots Buried in the Abington Presbyterian Church Graveyard
In memory of the Revolutionary War Patriots buried in the graveyard of the Abington Presbyterian Church Private Robert Barnes 1756-1815 Isaac Boileau 1722-1820 2nd Lt. John Houston 1751-1820 Colonel Robert Loller 1740-1808 Captain . . . Map (db m22348) HM
9Pennsylvania (Montgomery County), Abington Township — Veterans Memorial
This Flag Memorial is dedicated to the memory of United States Veterans of all wars at rest in Mount Peace Cemetery Lawnview Cemetery Lawnview Memorial Park Pine Grove Memorial Park and those formerly interred in Monument . . . Map (db m70690) WM
 
 
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Sep. 25, 2022