Quaker Horsham Friends Church

Charles Lane

Jamison PA 18929

215. 672.1714 FAX


Methodist Lahaska Methodist Church

1853 Street Road

Lahaska PA 18931

215. 794.0688 FAX

Upper York & Street Roads. A cemetery. A fire ruined the interior in 1951. In 1966, a yoked

association with Penns Park was terminated. The Lahaska Methodist church is about all of

that village that is in Solebury, built in 1853 at a cost of $1,000. Reverend M.H. Sisty was the

first pastor. Battle's History of BC, page 533

Quaker Buckingham Monthly Meeting

1720 5684 York Road (Route 202 & 263)

Lahaska PA 18934

215. 794.7299 FAX

Buckingham Monthly Meeting 1720 - 1801, Index Births, marriages & deaths. 24th day 9mo

1720 - granting Buckingham to be a Monthly meeting of themselves. Bucks County

Cemeteries with known Civil War Veterans. Buckingham's stone and slate meetinghouse has

seen few changes since it was built in 1769, retaining its original hand-blown glass window

panes, hand-hewn benches, and spirit of eloquent simplicity. This meetinghouse served as a

hospital during the Revolutionary War. "Today's Quakers in Bucks Quarterly Meeting of the

Religious Society of Friends"

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