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Following the September 1777 Battle of Brandywine, Continental forces retreated to regroup along Swedesford Road near the White Horse Tavern. With British troops in pursuit, the onset of a sudden downpour and resulting wet gunpowder delayed an imm…
To commemorate The Battle of the Clouds which took place on or near the present site of this college 16 September 1777
The Battle of Paoli, also called "The Paoli Massacre", occurred at midnight on September 20-21, 1777. After their defeat at Brandywine on September 11, Washington's forces retreated toward Philadelphia, regrouped, and returned to Chester County. O…
Village ofSugartown~ c.1790 ~Historic DistrictNational Register of Historic Places
Quarters ofMaj. Gen. William AlexanderLord Sterling Continental ArmyDuring the Valley ForgeEncampmentDecember 19, 1777 - June 19, 1778Maj. James MonroeFifth President of the United StatesAlso quartered hereas Aide-De-Camp to StirlingHome of Par…
John H. Ware 3rd August 29, 1908 - July 29, 1997B.S. University of Pennsylvania; Chairman Penn Fuel Gas, Inc.; Former Burgess; Elected three terms to Pennsylvania Senate; Chairman, Republican Finance Committee of PA; Trustee, Lincoln University, U…
Site of Paoli Massacre MALVERNSept. 20, 1777
Massacre Farm North To E. Whiteland Included A Site. Southwest of This Marker. The 19th Century House and Springhouse, Headwater of Crum Creek. Were torn down in 1989
The men of the Borough of Malvernand the Townships ofEast & West Whiteland, Willistownand East & West Goshenwho served in the World War DeceasedCarlton B. Cox · Clarence S. Evans · John J. Gleason · John V. Newlin · …
This memorial isdedicatedto those whounselfishly gave theirlivesso that we the livingveteransmay continue toserve our countryour community andour God Erected by Post - 5203Paoli, PennaDedicated ? June 1, 1958