History remembered at CFHS

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“British soldiers” make a bayonet charge on colonial forces during a skirmish reenactment at the Chadds Ford Historical Society.

The bang and the boom returned to Chadds Ford Saturday as the Chadds Ford Historical Society commemorated the 244th anniversary of the Battle of Brandywine. The largest land battle of the War of Independence was remembered with several skirmish-sized reenactments and was as much about the society as it was about the battle and the country as a whole. Longtime reenactor Paul Lone said having…

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Grace I. Moore of Unionville

Grace I. Moore, 83, of Unionville, died Friday, Sept. 3. She was the wife of Leo Conlon who died in 2012. Her first husband Lemuel Moore, with whom she shared 33 years of marriage, died in 1989. Born in Swarthmore, she was the daughter of the late Sidney Smith and the late Gertrude Thomas Smith. Grace raised, showed, and judged Doberman pinchers for more than…

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