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Fallsington is an unincorporated community in Falls Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, United States. Contents 1 Geography 2 History 3 Trivia 4 External links Geography The latitude of Fallsington is 40.187N. The longitude is -74.819W. It is in the Eastern Standard time zone. Elevation is 82 feet (25 m). History Fallsington is an example of a crossroads community typical of the 18th century, on the Kings Highway (now U.S. Route 13. The Bucks County Courthouse, established in 1663, is said to have been located in Fallsington until it was moved to Bristol in 1705. The first meetings of the Religious Society of Friends were held in the home of William Biles on Biles Island. Falls Monthly Meeting found a site for the first brick meeting house built in Fallsington, about 1690, on 6 acres (0.024 km2) of land that had been donated by Samuel Burgess. Also in 1690, Thomas Janney donated 72 acres (0.29 km2) of land to be used as the Quaker burial grounds for Falls Monthly Meeting. William Penn donated a tract of 120 acres (0.49 km2), for a Falls commons. Fallsington evolved through a succession of periods in American history and architecture. Significant homes in Fallsington range from the late 17th through the Victorian era of the mid-19th century. Fallsington was a center of commerce. In the 1860s a business directory listed blacksmiths, a butcher, carpenters, a carriage builder, a cooper, farmers, an insurance agent, machinists, physicians, a surveyor, and a wheelwright. The growth of Fallsington continued, with the construction of homes, an inn, public buildings, stores, and small craftsmen's shops. Until the construction of Fairless Hills and Levittown, it was the largest settlement in the Township, and functioned for many years as a commercial center. Trivia The "falls" of the Delaware River is not a dramatic waterfall but, rather, the rapids that mark the highest navigable point on the river. The names of Fallsington and Falls Township derive from it. External links Historic Fallsington v · d · eMunicipalities and communities of Bucks County, Pennsylvania County seat: Doylestown Boroughs Bristol | Chalfont | Doylestown | Dublin | Hulmeville | Ivyland | Langhorne | Langhorne Manor | Morrisville | New Britain | New Hope | Newtown | Penndel | Perkasie | Quakertown | Richlandtown | Riegelsville | Sellersville | Silverdale | Telford‡ | Trumbauersville | Tullytown | Yardley Townships Bedminster | Bensalem | Bridgeton | Bristol | Buckingham | Doylestown | Durham | East Rockhill | Falls | Haycock | Hilltown | Lower Makefield | Lower Southampton | Middletown | Milford | New Britain | Newtown | Nockamixon | Northampton | Plumstead | Richland | Solebury | Springfield | Tinicum | Upper Makefield | Upper Southampton | Warminster | Warrington | Warwick | West Rockhill | Wrightstown CDPs Brittany Farms-Highlands | Churchville | Cornwells Heights-Eddington | Croydon | Fairless Hills | Feasterville-Trevose | Levittown | Newtown Grant | Richboro | Village Shires | Warminster Heights | Woodbourne | Woodside Unincorporated communities Carversville | Centre Bridge | Erwinna | Fallsington | Holland | Lahaska | Lumberville | Oakford | Penns Park | Pineville | Point Pleasant | Plumsteadville | Southampton | The Devil's Half-Acre | Uhlerstown | Upper Black Eddy | Washington Crossing | Wycombe Footnotes ‡This populated place also has portions in an adjacent county or counties Coordinates: 40°11′14″N 74°49′08″W / 40.18722°N 74.81889°W / 40.18722; -74.81889