East Nantmeal Township

Founded: 1740
History: Formed from Nantmeal township which had originally been organized in 1722. The original township’s earliest tax list appears below.Taxables in 1722
Owen Roberts, John Williams, Richard Done, Lewis David, Philip Rodger, Samuel Nutt, Simon Meredith, Mordecai Lincoln, John Moor, Edward Thomas, John Pearsall, Richard Pearsall, Jeremiah Pearsall, Philip Thomas, William Cloud, William Iddings, Henry Baterton, David Morgan


Related Links for East Nantmeal
East Nantmeal Township
3383 Conestoga Road
Glen Moore, PA 19343

(from Tim Krystopa’s site)


Churches in East Nantmeal
East Nantmeal Baptist Church
900 Nantmeal Rd, Elverson, PA 19520
(610) 286-6216 Founded in 1841, the original church was built on land purchased from Jesse Evans and the Wynn Family.


Cemeteries in East Nantmeal
East Nantmeal Baptist cemetery
James Mill Rd., 19343


Historic Places in East Nantmeal

Bull, Thomas, House
E of Elverson on Bulltown Rd., East Nantmeal Township Elverson
*National Register of Historic Places Mt. Pleasant, Thomas Bull’s house, was first built in 1715 and was the property of Owen Roberts. In 1729, the land became the property of William Branson as part of the Redding Plantation and finally was sold to Thomas Bull in 1783, then manager of the Warwick Furnace. Bull enlarged the house in 1785, adding the western section The house was closed for a number of years after the last Bull descendant left in 1942, but in the 1980’s a restoration project was begun to restore the home to its former beauty. Warwick Furnace/Farms S of Knauertown off PA 23 on Warwick Furnace Rd., East Nantmeal Township Knauertown The manor house at Warwick Furnace was built in 1738, the building of the Furnace having been set into operation by Samuel Nutt just prior to his death in 1737. His daughter Rebecca married Robert Grace who ran both the Warwick and nearby Coventry furnaces until his death in 1766.

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