Radnor Township

Radnor Township may refer to one of the following townships in the United States:

Other articles related to "radnor township, township, radnor":

Radnor Township, Peoria County, Illinois
... Radnor Township is located in Peoria County, Illinois ... Radnor Township first changed its name from Benton Township to Fremont Township, then to Radnor ...
Radnor
... Radnor may refer to various places United Kingdom Radnorshire, a county of Wales until 1974, commonly known as Radnor Radnor (district), a district of Powys, Wales between 1974 and ...
Benjamin F. James - Biography
... In 1910, he moved to Radnor Township in Delaware County, Pennsylvania ... He was a member of the Radnor Township Board of Commissioners from 1929 to 1936 ... Serving as a Radnor township commissioner from 1929 to 1936, he had been instrumental in reorganizing the township's lighting system and making other improvements ...
National Register Of Historic Places Listings In Delaware County, Pennsylvania - Current Listings
... on Legislative Route 15098 Newtown Township Extends into Willistown Township in Chester County Booth Farm 02003-06-13June 13, 3221 ... Foulk Road Boothwyn Brandywine Battlefield 01966-10. 22, 1988 Goshen Road over Darby Creek Broomall Bridge in Radnor Township No. 01971-03-11March 11, 1971 Pennsylvania Route 100 Chadds Ford Township Chadds Ford Historic District 01971-11-23November 23, 1971 Junction of U.S ...
Rosemont, Pennsylvania - Education - Primary and Secondary Schools - Public Schools
... Pupils living in the Radnor Township portion of Rosemont attend schools in Radnor Township School District, while students in the Lower Merion Township portion attend schools in the Lower Merion School District ... Until 1980, the Radnor Township, Delaware County portion of the community was served by Rosemont Elementary School, located in the Garret Hill neighborhood of the town ... Children in these neighborhoods are now bused to the Radnor Elementary School ...

Famous quotes containing the word township:

    The most interesting thing which I heard of, in this township of Hull, was an unfailing spring, whose locality was pointed out to me on the side of a distant hill, as I was panting along the shore, though I did not visit it. Perhaps, if I should go through Rome, it would be some spring on the Capitoline Hill I should remember the longest.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)