Thompson-Neely House

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Thompson-Neely House in 2013 Thompson-Neely (Pidcock) House.jpg
Thompson-Neely House in 2013

Coordinates: 40°20′13″N74°56′6″W / 40.33694°N 74.93500°W / 40.33694; -74.93500

The Thompson-Neely house is a historic house and farmstead in Solebury Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. It is part of Washington Crossing Historic Park, headquartered in nearby Washington Crossing. The oldest part of the house was built in 1702, according to the John Pidcock plaque. [1] It was a temporary military hospital during the American Revolutionary War. [2]

Description of John Pidcock's Contribution John Pidcock House.jpg
Description of John Pidcock's Contribution

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References

  1. "Survey of Historic Sites and Buildings: Washington Crossing, New Jersey and Pennsylvania". National Park Service.
  2. "Thompson-Neely House & Farmstead". Washington Crossing Historic Park.