Glen Mills

The area around Glen Mills was part of the original land grant given to William Penn in 1681. George Cheyney was the first settler here and the nearby town of Cheyney is named in his honor. This land was later divided and sold. The name Glen Mills is taken from two paper mills built by the Willcox family, from 1864 to 1878, these mills supplied the United States government with a special, patented paper for the printing of government bonds and notes. The Glen Mills are no longer standing, but the grist mill built by Nathaniel Newlin in 1704 still stands and is a popular destination for picnickers and history buffs alike, it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as of 1983. The West Chester and Philadelphia Railroad arrived in Glen Mills around 1858 and provided train service between Philadelphia and West Chester. The Pennsylvania Railroad took control of the rail line in 1880. Passenger trains through Glen Mills were operated by SEPTA until 1986.

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Zip Code: 19342