Warwick Township was formed by the division of East Nantmeal in 1842 and received its name from Warwick IronWorks, within its limits. In 1860 the line between East and West Nantmeal and Wallace was slightly changed, and East Nantmeal was altered at its western end, adding a part of Warwick to East Nantmeal. These townships, which in former years were far removed from railroad facilities, are now well supplied in that respect by the Wilmington and Northern and East Brandywine RRs.  *(1891)

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