~ Buckingham


Baptist Canada Hill Baptist Church

1844 Route 202

Buckingham PA 18912


Last until 1976 and is now an antique shop. The Carversville Christian Church 1837-1987

United Church of Christ page 555. Bucks County Cemeteries with known Civil War

Baptist Lighthouse Baptist Church

4610 Hughesian Drive

Buckingham PA 18912

215. 794.7764 FAX

Catholic Our Lady of Guadalupe

2001 P.O. Box 406

Buckingham PA 18912

215. 794.2004 FAX

Boundaries: From Point Pleasant at the Delaware River to State Route 32; to Fleecy Dale

Road; to Carversville Road; to Street Road; to Lahaska Road; to Township Line Road at

Pineville; to Mill Creek Road; to Swamp Road; to Neshaminy Creek; to Doylestown

Township line; to Sugar Bottom Road; to Edison-Furlong Road; to State Route 263; to

Furlong Road; to Mill Road; to Mechanicsville Road; to Burnt House Hill Road; to Danboro-

Point Pleasant Pike; to Route 413; to Plumstead-Bedminster Township line; to Tohickon

Creek at Ralph Stover State Park; to Point Pleasant Founded: July 1, 2000

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Lutheran Family of God Lutheran Church

4770 Rt 202

Buckingham PA 18912

215. 794.5973 FAX

Methodist Mount Gilead African Methodist Church Photos

1834 Buckingham Mountain

Buckingham PA


A haven for runaway slaves, no long exists, The Carversville Christian Church 1837-1987

United Church of Christ page 555. Mount Gilead African Methodist Episcopal church

On the top of Buckingham mountain is the Mount Gilead African Methodist Episcopal church,

built of logs, in 1835 and 1836, and re-built of stone in 1852. It is quite a snug edifice, and

near by is a graveyard enclosed by a neat pale-fence.

Quaker Buckingham Monthly Meeting


Buckingham PA 18931


See Lahaska

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