Primitive Hall stands today in Pennsylvania's Chester County much as it did when it was constructed by Joseph Pennock in 1738. Located in the County's West Marlborough Township, the handsome manor house sits on what remains of the 1,250 acres of farmland owned by Pennock nearly 250 years ago.

The Primitive Hall Foundation is a non-profit organization devoted to maintaining the manor house and its grounds as a historical monument for the benefit of the public. The Foundation's Board of Trustees, comprised of descendants of Joseph Pennock, completed the interior restoration of the manor house in 1976 and continue to accept tax-deductible contributions to help maintain Primitive Hall and its grounds.

Joseph Pennock