Welcome to the online home of the
Friends of the Fortified Bedford House
The Friends of the Fortified Bedford House is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation created to raise funds to assist in the reconstruction, renovation and maintenance of the building located in Bedford Borough at 111 South Juliana Street.
The building is unique in that it is constructed in the half-timber manner which was popular between the 1650s and the 1750s. This building could possibly be the only half-timber structure dating to the 1750s still in existence west of the Susquehanna River. It has been suggested that the structure might also be the only extant man-made structure associated with the French and Indian War.
E-Mail To Fortified Bedford House
Links of Interest
The Peppercorn Market website on Facebook
The Fortified Bedford website on Facebook
The Fortified Bedford page on Facebook was created in 2019 by Tyna Walker-Lay to present information on discoveries made during the renovation of the building at 111 S. Juliana Street, Bedford, PA.
The Mother Bedford website
The Mother Bedford website is devoted to the history of Old-Bedford County, and in particular the history of Bedford County during the American Revolutionary War period. Bedford County's involvement in the Patriot Cause is covered in great detail at this website.
The Bedford County Sestercentennial website
The bedford250.com website was created to celebrate the 250th Anniversary of Bedford County, Pennsylvania.