Birmingham Township is the oldest township in Chester County,
dating to 1684 when William Brinton secured two patents for 840
acres from William Penn near the village of Dilworth. The early
settlers quickly began building houses from timber and stone, and
they established a meeting house (first built of logs but later torn
down and built more substantially of stone), school, and burying
ground along Birmingham Road near Street Road.
The township is entirely subsumed within the Brandywine Battlefield
National Historic Landmark boundary, the only municipality so positioned.
Established in 2010, the Footpath at Birmingham Hill allows public access to a portion of the Brandywine Battlefield National Historic Landmark. The Footpath follows a 1.1 mile trail, adjacent to a split rail fence along the perimeter of Brandywine Conservancy property and a segment along Meetinghouse Road provided by the Worth Family Trust.
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