This interesting tidbit became available to me. It is a modern document that regards the Peter Babb Homestead in West Caln Township, Pennsylvania. Peter (1-2-1) is the eldest son of Thomas (1-2) & Batsheba (Hussey). Peter’s grandfather is Phillip Babb of the Isles of Shoals (1).
The 2002 proposal to place a modern communications tower within the bounds of Peter’s Plantation prompted a historical commission zoning review. The area is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and was purchased by Peter Babb in 1842 from the Estate of William Penn who had died in 1817. The deed having been issued by Penn’s sons.
There is a surprising level of detail in the document and a nice biography on the people who lived there as well. In the end, the tower was approved. The 180′ structure was replacing a 155′ structure, so it was deemed that it would present no material change to the Rural Landscape.