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35 Stony Bank Road, Glen Mills, Thornbury Township, Delaware County, PA
"Stony Bank Methodist Church. - This church organization. was originally included in the township of Aston, until the act of July 30, 1842, made the change in the township lines which annexed Stony Bank meeting-house to Thornbury. The church was organized in 1810, by Israel Pyle, Benjamin Baldwin, and others, the first meetings being held in the Stony Bank school-house until the meeting-house was erected, in 1812. The stone church then built was used until 1870, when the new edifice was erected, the cornerstone being laid on July 28th of that year. The building was completed the following spring, and dedicated May 27, 1871. The membership of Stony Bank Church is about twenty-five persons at the present time. Since 1856 the pastors have been Revs. H. G. King, J. Z. Cooper, H. H. Bodine, H. Houston, H. B. Mauger, W. C. Johnson, J. W. Watson, E. W. Townsend, J. Magee, W. B. Chalfant, R. H. Sadler, C. M. Boswell, C. E. Adamson, N. W. Clark, and the present pastor, W. C. Graeff"
History of Delaware County, Pennsylvania.
By Henry Graham Ashmead, Philadelphia: L. H. Everts & Co. 1884