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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Exeter Township, Pennsylvania

 
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Location of Exeter Township, Pennsylvania
    Berks County (257)
    Chester County (236)
    Lancaster County (355)
    Lebanon County (75)
    Lehigh County (105)
    Montgomery County (234)
    Schuylkill County (54)
 
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1Pennsylvania (Berks County), Exeter Township — Baumstown World War Memorial
On Baumstown Road (U.S. 422) 0.1 miles east of Center Road (Pennsylvania Route 82/345), on the right when traveling east.
In Honor of the Citizens of Baumstown and vicinity who served in World Wars 1 and 2 1917-1918 1941-1945Map (db m23751) WM
2Pennsylvania (Berks County), Exeter Township — Daniel Boone
On Baumstown Road (U.S. 422), on the right when traveling east.
Greatest American pioneer and wilderness scout. Born Nov. 2, 1734. Spent the first 16 years of his life on the Boone Homestead a few miles north. Now a State historical shrine dedicated to American youth.Map (db m23776) HM
3Pennsylvania (Berks County), Exeter Township — Daniel Boone
On Benjamin Franklin Highway (U.S. 422) at Daniel Boone Road, on the right when traveling west on Benjamin Franklin Highway.
Greatest American pioneer and wilderness scout. Born Nov. 2, 1734. Spent the first 16 years of his life on the Boone Homestead a few miles north. Now a State historical shrine dedicated to American youth.Map (db m163362) HM
4Pennsylvania (Berks County), Exeter Township — Daniel Boone Homestead
On Daniel Boone Road at Old Daniel Boone Road on Daniel Boone Road.
Here on Nov. 2, 1734, Daniel Boone was born and lived until 1750.Map (db m25166) HM
5Pennsylvania (Berks County), Exeter Township — Exeter Friends Meeting
On Meetinghouse Road at Boone Road on Meetinghouse Road.
Established 1725 as Oley; name changed to Exeter, 1742. Present stone meeting house built 1759 near site of two previous log structures. Buried here are members of the Boone, Ellis, Hughes, Lee, and Lincoln families. Meetings discontinued 1899; . . . Map (db m84536) HM
6Pennsylvania (Berks County), Exeter Township — Hopewell Village
On East Baumstown Road (U.S. 422) at Center Road (Pennsylvania Route 82/345), on the right when traveling west on East Baumstown Road.
Hopewell Forge, 1744, and Furnace, 1770, were seven miles south. The furnace and the remains of an iron making community of the era are administered by the National Park Service, with recreation areas.Map (db m23784) HM
7Pennsylvania (Berks County), Exeter Township — William Penn
On Benjamin Franklin Highway (U.S. 422) 0.2 miles west of Limekiln Road, on the right when traveling east.
On his first visit to America 1682 - 1684 came farthest north on Schuylkill River fifty miles up from the Falls of Schuylkill to or near the mouth of Monocacy Creek three fourth of a mile south-[direction erased] of this marker . . . Map (db m25202) HM
 
May. 15, 2021