Initially established as Haverford Monthly Meeting in 1684 by Philadelphia Quarterly, the name of the meeting was changed to Radnor in 1698. Until 1693, meetings were held in the homes of the first four members: Thomas Duckett of Schuylkill, WIlliam Warner of Radnor, Hugh Roberts of Merion and John Bevan of Haverford. After the Great Separation, the Hicksite branch retained the meetinghouse that had been erected in 1693 and the Orthodox branch met in members' homes until they erected a meetinghouse on Buck Lane i Haverford township in 1834.
Conestoga and Newtown Roads
The Hicksites having retained the original meetinghouse of Radnor, the Orthodox members met in their homes until 1834 when they erected a meetinghouse on Buck Lane in Haverfod township. In 1865, this meeting was laid down and its members transferred to the Philadelphia Quarterly Meeting of the Western District as an indulged meeting, known as Haverford Indulged Meeting.
Continued as a Hicksite meeting after the Great Separation.The meeting was laid down on January 9, 1939 after Valley Monthly Meeting was established in 1936.
Set up in 1810 by Radnor Monthly after functioning as an indulged meeting since 1698.