Chester County

The Brinton house, now a museum, exudes classic Chester County charm. The line married some of my Thatcher relations.
The William Brinton house, now a museum, exudes classic Brandywine charm in the heart of Chester County, Pennsylvania. The line married some of my Thatcher relations, as well as the Wyeths.
From the side.
From the side, showing a bit of the grounds. My Hodgsons moved from this locale to the frontier in what’s now Adams County before leaping again as pioneers to the Piedmont country of North Carolina.
Classic fireplace.
Classic fireplace.
A better look at the corner.
A better look at the corner, including a bit of the windows.
Quaker Plainness did not imply drabness. It often led to simple elegance.
Quaker Plainness did not imply drabness. It often led to simple elegance.
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