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Cemetery Canada Hill Cemetery

Route 202 Canada Hill Road

Solebury PA


Episcopal Trinity Episcopal Church

Route 263

Solebury PA 18963

215. 297.5135 FAX

Trinity Episcopal Church in Buckingham was built in 1839. It continued in use until 1965,

when a modern structure was completed on Durham Road. The former building is used by

Saint Mark's Russian Orthodox, The Carversville Christian Church 1837-1987 United Church

of Christ page 553

Presbyterian Solebury Presbyterian Church (Thompson


Solebury PA


Many of the original families were those who had assisted Washington during critical times of

the revolution.. In 1875, the church was dedicated to the Thompson family, which had

contributed funds for rebuilding, and was titled Thompson Memorial Presbyterian Church.

The Carversville Christian Church 1837-1987 United Church of Christ page 552

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Quaker Solebury Friends Meeting

1806 Sugan Road

Solebury PA

215. 579.6502 FAX

The Solebury Friends' meeting was first held 12 mo. 30th, 1806, members previously

worshipped at Buckingham. This picturesque meetinghouse was built in the traditional

Quaker style in 1806. The little house across the road was built as a Quaker school in 1836.

"Today's Quakers in Bucks Quarterly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends"

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