Booth Farm

Located near Boothwyn, in Bethel Township, the farmhouse was built in the Federal style in 1819 and a barn was also built about the same time. The roughly 77 acre farm was bought by Thomas Booth in the 1790s and has been used as a tenant farm throughout much of its history. He built the farmhouse for his son James.

Four following generations, all named Thomas Booth, have owned the farm into the 21st century.