Relaxation at Fairville Inn
Chadds Ford is a small town in southeastern Pennsylvania. It began as a mill town around the 1730's, where Quaker settlers were befriended by the inhabiting Lenni Lenape Indians in the area. During the Revolutionary War, it was the site of the Battle of Brandywine, one of the main tourist draws to the town today. Chadds Ford is also known for its cluster of relaxing, countryside inns.

People Born in Chadds Ford

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Chadds Ford in People's Lives

Charles Armand Tuffin de la Rouërie: I fought here at the Battle of Brandywine for the Americans during the Revolution, in 1777.

John Graves Simcoe: I commanded a regiment and fought here at the Battle of Brandywine in 1777, and was wounded. I was fighting for the British side.

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